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Saturday’s 6/1 Premier League Accumulator
Burnley v West Ham
We head to Turf Moor for a battle of the claret and blues, Burnley v West Ham.
Burnley are propping up the rest in the table ahead of the campaign’s resumption on Saturday, and the Clarets’ dismal run of five straight defeats in the lead-up to the international break was a proper confidence-shattering sequence.
Vincent Kompany looks like he’s determined to stay true to his footballing principles, however, Burnley have been too easy to play against this season under the Belgian’s instruction and they have shipped an alarmingly high 30 goals in 12 assignments since their promotion, while over 2.5 goals also landed in 67% of their first 12 top tier tests.
Saturday’s visitors to Turf Moor, West Ham, have also had their own troubles defensively, though the Hammers’ firepower further forward has allowed them to compensate for some of their issues at the back. As a result, many of West Ham’s matches this term have been on the chaotic side, though the Hammers have become a staple for goal market bettors since August.
West Ham’s league fixtures have been averaging a whopping 3.58 goals per 90 minutes while a sizeable 75% of their Premier League games have seen over 2.5 goals. The Londoners’ last five away games alone averaged 4.00 goals and more excitement could be in the works when West Ham attempt to outgun Burnley in Lancashire.
Newcastle v Chelsea
Newcastle are in the grip of a personnel crisis and the number of absentees for the Magpies will be well into double figures again when they face an improving Chelsea outfit at St. James’ Park on Saturday.
A patched-up Newcastle XI conceded 19 shots and were well-beaten by Bournemouth (2-0) just before the international break, and the margin of defeat could have been considerably wider had Nick Pope not been in such inspired form between the sticks.
Newcastle will be without the services of Sandro Tonali, Dan Burn, Callum Wilson, Sven Botman, Harvey Barnes and Lewis Hall again on Saturday while Alexander Isak, Fabian Schär and Miguel Almiron are in a race to prove their fitness before kick-off.
Chelsea, meanwhile, scored four times for the second league fixture on the spin when they traded blows with Manchester City (4-4) in their last skirmish, and the Blues’ performance against the champions felt like a massive step in the right direction for the club’s project under Mauricio Pochettino.
With a kick in their step and a return of just one loss from eight matches in all competitions, Chelsea will travel to the North East confident that they can take advantage of Newcastle’s injury crisis on Tyneside. Back the Blues to pick up at least a point here.
Nottingham Forest v Brighton
Next up in our accumulator we head to Nottingham, where Brighton will face off against Forest at the City Ground.
Brighton have struggled recently, especially defensively. After the international break they will be looking to snap a six-game winless streak at The City Ground where they take on Nottingham Forest. Both of these sides have been goal-heavy this season and both teams to score landed in both of their games prior to the break.
Starting with the visitors, Brighton are sat in 8th and are scoring over 2 goals per game on average. Their poor form has come from defensive struggles, Brighton have not kept a single domestic clean sheet all season. In recent times, Sheffield United, Everton and Fulham have all had 1-1 draws with Brighton while Aston Villa put 6 past the Seagulls.
When Brighton travelled to The City Ground last season, they had 76% possession, dominated and yet still conceded three times to Forest. Both teams to score copped in that fixture too. This season, Forest have played in a similar style, allowing teams to dominate possession but capitalising on the counter. They had 45% possession last time out in a 3-2 defeat to West Ham.
Brighton games have seen both teams score 100% of the time and we don’t see that changing against an exciting Nottingham Forest outfit.
Brentford v Arsenal
The final game of our four-fold sees Arsenal make the short trip across the capital to face Brentford.
Brentford failed to score for the first time in seven Premier League fixtures just before the international break, when they drew a blank in their 3-0 reverse to Liverpool at Anfield, though the Bees’ sting could be restored for the visit of London rivals Arsenal on Saturday evening.
Despite the harsh appearance of the scoreline on Merseyside, Brentford almost matched Liverpool for xG (1.7 to 1.6) as the visitors again showcased their ability to step their game up against one of the division’s leading lights.
Brentford have scored in ten of their 12 league games overall this season and hit five goals in three tough tests against Tottenham (two), Man United and Chelsea (two) earlier in the campaign, while it’s also worth noting that five of their six matches at the Gtech Community Stadium have featured goals from both teams.
Arsenal, meanwhile, have kept just one clean sheet in their last four attempts in the league and their backline could look extra vulnerable this weekend without David Raya positioned behind it. The keeper, who is on loan from Brentford, cannot play against his parent club.
The Gunners have conceded in three of their last four Premier League meetings with Brentford and their copybook could be blemished against the same opponents on Saturday. Arsenal rarely fail to score themselves however, indeed, they have notched in 17 of their 18 competitive fixtures in 2023/24, so don’t expect them to leave Middlesex empty-handed. Both teams to score is our acca tip for this game.
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