5 Stats and Trends to help your Saturday Accumulator

We’ve 5  selections for you this Saturday which return over £1400 off a £10 acca or 5 nicely priced singles so lets not waste any more time and get straight to it!

Here we go!


Burnley look too big a price to turn down against an injury hit Crystal Palace. Roy Hodgson is set to be without eight first team players for the visit of the Clarets who are winless in six. Both sides suffered defeats in the FA Cup 3rd Round last weekend but will be looking to get back on track with the return of the Premier League. Burnley have been punching above their weight so far this season and remain well placed in seventh, just five points behind Arsenal in sixth.

At 7/2 I think they’re an excellent price to take all three points.


There’s little to separate Huddersfield and West Ham in the betting as the two sides go head to head at the John Smiths stadium on Saturday. The Terriers edged past Bolton Wanderers in the FA Cup last weekend while West Ham made wholesale changes for their draw against League One Shrewsbury.

Wagner’s side have drawn their last two league games at home and I fancy them to make it a hat-trick of draws against the Hammers. The draw is 2/1..


Newcastle have taken seven points from their last three games against bottom half clubs and are odds on favourites to do the same against rock bottom Swansea. The Swans have taken just sixteen points from their opening 22 league games and are struggling for goals.

Rafa will have Newcastle well drilled for this one and considering their recent form they make the acca at 19/20..


Both Watford and Southampton will be hoping to build on last weekend’s FA Cup success when they face off at Vicarage Road. Saints ended a run of 9 games without a win with victory over Fulham, but I expect their Premier League woes to continue against Watford who cruised to victory over Bristol City.

Only goal difference keeps Southampton out of the bottom three and Mauricio Pellegrino Is under increasing pressure to turn things around. Marco Silva has a number of injury concerns, but with home advantage I still fancy them to have enough to see off a struggling Saints side. Watford win 6/4.

fiveWest Brom and their opponents Brighton are struggling at the moment – both sides just can’t seem to find the net. The Baggies have only found the net twice in their last four games while Brighton  have failed to score in their last 5 away matches.

The 5/4 on the under 1.5 goals looks a steal and has to be backed this time round.

So there you have it. Five decent priced singles or a bumper acca that returns a £1478 off a tenner.

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