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Premier League Props Acca Tips: Best Bets Preview

Premier League Props Acca Tips: Best Bets Preview
Premier League Props acca tips, predictions, and best bets preview - IMAGO / Pro Sports Images - Dominic Calvert-Lewin of Everton during the Premier League match between Everton and Crystal Palace.

Scott Thornton brings you his Premier League props acca tips as we prepare for another bust weekend of football.

There are no early matches in the top flight this weekend so the action starts at 15:00 with Everton vs West Ham and Newcastle vs Wolves. Later that day, Luton are looking to get closer to safety when they host Aston Villa. On Sunday, Bournemouth travel to Turf Moor before Manchester United make the perilous journey to the Etihad. This week Monday night football sees Sheffield United try to contain Arsenal.

Acca odds: 34.80

Premier League Props Acca Tips Odds via bet365 as at 11:53, February 29th, 2024. Odds may now differ.

Everton vs West Ham: Toffees to Avoid a Hammering

England, Premier League, Saturday, 2nd March, 15:00 (UK)

Everton have had their 10-point deduction reduced to six, giving them some breathing space in the battle against relegation. Sean Dyche’s side are no five points clear of the bottom three despite being without a win in their last four Premier League games.

David Moyes’ has faced scathing criticism from large factions of the West Ham support. They feel that the negative brand of football adopted by the team is proving costly. They are without a win in their last four matches and sit 8th in the table.

Sean Dyche’s team are averaging 15.69 shots per Premier League game at Goodison Park this season. Their points will buoy them, so expect them to kick on in the coming weeks. Everton has had difficult home fixtures so far; just five of their 13 league matches in front of those have come against sides currently in the bottom half, but their average remains above the required mark for this bet.

West Ham’s opponents are averaging 20.28 shots in their last eight away matches across all competitions. This bet has won in six of those.

  • Selection: Over 14.5 Shots For Everton (TRACKED BET)
  • Best Odds: 1.90
  • Bookmaker: bet365
  • Stake: 8/10

Newcastle vs Wolves: Must Win for Newcastle

England, Premier League, Saturday, 2nd March, 15:00 (UK)

Newcastle made it to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup by beating Blackburn via a penalty shootout midweek. Eddie Howe’s side isn’t at the level they reached last season, but there is still plenty to play for as we enter the closing months of the campaign. A good run of form could see them move right into European contention.

Gary O’Neil’s side sit a point ahead of Newcastle coming into this game. The former Bournemouth boss took over with the club in disarray following Julen Lopetegui’s departure just days before the start of the season. They have now won their last three competitive matches after beating Brighton in the FA Cup.

Eddie Howe’s side will be boosted by Alexander Isak’s return and should hit good shot numbers here. They are averaging 16.77 attempts in the league at St. James’s Park this season. They have had 17 or more shots in five of their last six home league matches. The exception was against Manchester City, where they had 12.

Wolves are conceding an average of 15 shots per game in away matches against sides in the top half. Newcastle had 19 shots when Wolves last rocked up at this ground.

  • Selection: Over 14.5 Shots For Newcastle (TRACKED BET)
  • Best Odds: 1.72
  • Bookmaker: bet365
  • Stake: 9/10

Luton vs Aston Villa: Luton’s Stats Provide an Edge

England, Premier League, Saturday, 2nd March, 17:30 (UK)

Luton’s task of staying in the top flight is no a lot harder. Rob Edwards’s side have shown great spirit and are seven points ahead of the other newly-promoted sides. Despite the positives, they are four points from safety after Everton’s punishment was deemed to be excessive. They were hammered by Manchester City in the 5th round of the FA Cup and need to bounce back here.

Aston Villa are in a great position to qualify for the Champions League this season. They currently occupy 4th place. 5th could also be enough to secure their palace amongst Europe’s elite, depending on how the English teams fare on the continent.

Rob Edwards’ side’s matches have seen the most goal kicks in the league, with an average of 16.56. The team aims to play directly and press the opponent high up the pitch. This, coupled with Luton themselves being one of the weakest in the league, has lent itself nicely to goal kicks. There have been at least 14 goal kicks in five of their last six home matches in the Premier League.

Villa’s away matches are averaging just 12.38 goal kicks, but there were 23 in their last game on the road. This bet also won when they went head-to-head with Luton earlier in the season.

  • Selection: Over 13.5 Goal Kicks In The Match (TRACKED BET)
  • Best Odds: 1.72
  • Bookmaker: bet365
  • Stake: 8/10

Burnley vs Bournemouth: The Clarets Aren’t Getting Stuck in

England, Premier League, Sunday, 3rd March, 14:00 (UK)

Burnley was the most fancied of the newly promoted sides, but they are running out of time if they want to avoid dropping back down to the second tier. The Clarets haven’t won since beating Fulham just before Christmas. That’s a winless run of 9 matches. They lost 3-0 at Selhurst Park last weekend.

Bournemouth are also going through a barren spell. They are without a win in six matches but there is still a healthy gap between themselves and the relegation zone. Andoni Iraola’s side have played some good football this season, particularly in November and December, but will be wanting to return to winning ways sooner rather than later.

Vincent Kompnay’s side’s games have seen the 2nd feast tackles in the league with an average of 31.81. Their last five games have seen an average of 30 tackles, this under 37.5 tackles bet landing in all of them.

The Cherries’ games rank highly in terms of tackles but this bet landed in these sides went toe-to-toe earlier in the season. In fact, there have been 37 tackles or less in the last five meetings between these sides.

  • Selection: Under 37.5 Tackles In The Match (TRACKED BET)
  • Best Odds: 1.80
  • Bookmaker: bet365
  • Stake: 6/10

Manchester City vs Manchester United: United Under Siege

England, Premier League, Sunday, 3rd March, 16:30 (UK)

Manchester City will be licking their lips at the prospect of taking on Manchester United. They have recorded some heavy victories over their local rivals in recent years, and this has the potential to be another. Erling Haaland stole the show with five goals in their last match. He should have some joy against United’s shaky defence.

Erik Ten Hag’s men needed a late goal to beat Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup midweek. There has been plenty of change off the pitch at United, but the team continue to churn out lacklustre defensive displays on the pitch.

Pep Guardiola’s side will be on the front foot here so expect them to force a good amount of goal kicks as they pile the pressure on United. Brentford had 11 goal kicks in City’s last match at the Etihad. They have also forced 10 goal kicks from United in the last two Manchester derbies.

United have been inviting pressure for much of the season, but it has been more evident in recent weeks. They have had 10 goal kicks or more in their last five matches across all competitions.

  • Selection: Over 9.5 Goal Kicks For Manchester United (TRACKED BET)
  • Best Odds: 2.00
  • Bookmaker: bet365
  • Stake: 9/10

Sheffield United vs Arsenal: The Blades at the Wrong End of the Sword

England, Premier League, Monday, 4th March, 14:00 (UK)

Sheffield United are in the firing line on Monday night as they gear up to take on Arsenal. They were beaten 5-0 by Brighton in their last home match and could be put to the sword once again. Their return to the Championship seems a foregone conclusion, but this would be one hell of a place to start a miraculous escape.

Arsenal have won their last six Premier League matches in style. They are averaging 4.17 goals per game over that period. The Gunners are aiming to end their long wait for the title but know they have to keep up this relentless pace if they are to finish ahead of Liverpool and Manchester City.

The Blades’ matches have seen the 2nd most throws in the league, but those numbers dwindle against some of the best ball-playing sides in the league. They have played Brighton twice and Aston Villa once in their last three matches at Bramall Lane. Those encounters have seen 16, 31 and 28 throws.

Arteta’s side are accomplished in possession, and their matches have seen an average of 30.23 throws as a result. There were just 26 throws when they welcomed Sheffield United to the Emirates earlier in the season.

  • Selection: Under 34.5 Throws In The Match (TRACKED BET)
  • Best Odds: 1.72
  • Bookmaker: bet365
  • Stake: 9/10

Premier League Props Acca Tips Odds via bet365 as at 11:53, February 29th, 2024. Odds may now differ.


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