Football Accumulator Tips – The Saturday Weekend Acca for you punters

It’s another huge weekend of Premier League action and in typical fashion we’ve picked out a tasty looking 41/1 acca – but before we begin make sure you take advantage with Paddy Power who are offering a £20 no lose bet on the Saturday action!

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Manchester United will be looking to end what has already been a good week on a high when they travel to Burnley on Saturday.

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After a slow start under Gary Rowett, Stoke finally look to be finding their feet in the Championship. They’ve lost just one of their last six league games and now sit just five points adrift of the top six and seven behind Saturday’s opponents Boro.

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A win would really bolster the side’s playoff ambitions, while a loss at home would be a hammer blow folllowing a mini revival.

Defensively Stoke have much improved recently, winning to nil in three of their last five league games. Stoke to win to nil on Saturday is 3/1.

Like Stoke, Middlesbrough have lost just one of their last six league games.

A late equaliser against Derby on Saturday kept them within touching distance of Sheffield United in top spot and they head to Stoke with the joint best away record in the league having taken 12 points on the road already this season.

Boro are 9/5 to bag another three points on the road.

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Goals could be at a minimum in this one. Stoke’s last five outings have all produced less than 2.5 goals while five of Boro’s last six games have finished with under 2.5 goals. Under 2.5 goals is priced at 7/10. While 0-0 correct score is 8/1.

Tom Ince finally looks to be hitting form after a few hit and miss moments. The winger has scored in two of Stoke’s last three home games and is 7/2 to score anytime and is sure to attract interest from home fans

Quite rightly so. Stoke are 6/4 favourites to bag all three points but this should prove to be a difficult fixture with very little chances for either side. The draw that could provide the value at 2/1 in what should be a very close encounter.

We’re happy to back the Middlesbrough away win and throw in the Under 1.5 goals double.

That pays around 7/1, which certainly looks a price worth backing today.

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It’s now six games without a win for Everton as the slump continues under Big Sam. And this weekend the Toffees host West Brom looking to bag their first three points since mid December. West Brom head into the game having picked up their first league win in 21 attempts last weekend, but it wasn’t enough to lift them out of the bottom three.

Everton have recruited well so far this transfer window with the additions of Cenk Tosun and Theo Walcott, the latter could make his debut on Saturday.

With home advantage I fancy Everton to bag all three points in what will be a tight encounter at Goodison Park. Everton are 11/10 for the win.

After a solid start under Claude Puel Leicester have endued a number of poor results recently winning just one of their last six league games. On Saturday they entertain Watford, another side struggling for form.

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The Hornets enjoyed a bright start under Marco Silva but have fallen away of late and are now just six points above the relegation zone. The Foxes could and should have taken all three points against champions Chelsea las weekend and look good value to beat Watford at 4/5.

There’s a new era at Stoke as Paul Lambert is the man tasked with keeping the Potters in the Premier League.

The former Aston Villa manager watched from the stands as Stoke lost three nil to Manchester United on Monday, but will be in the dugout for the visit of Huddersfield in what is set to be a relegation six pointer.

The Terriers have failed to win in five league games and are now just four points off the drop zone.

It’s a game that could go either way, with little between the two sides. The draw looks a good bet at 12/5.

So there you have it a nice 41/1 acca for Saturday’s action. Good luck folks.

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