The best five-team accumulator weekend special for the Premier League

Last weekend flipped the whole landscape of the Premier League on its head and this weekend could see it really take shape as some crunch matches take place.

Liverpool are in absolute chaos, Chelsea have been spending money like it’s going out of fashion (but not really getting any better), Pep Guardiola says that Man City are out of the title race and Man United are officially back!

Arsenal are 11 points clear at the top of the table and since September, people have been saying that they are going to drop off,
but they’re still there, and they look very strong.

With so much chaos and uncertainty, we have put together a five-team accumulator special for this weekend’s Premier League games, that might just put some money in your pocket.

Chelsea to beat Liverpool 3/1

The good news for Liverpool after their dire form is that they’re playing a Chelsea team on a poor run, however, the good news for Chelsea is that they are playing this Liverpool team.

It’s a battle of who is worse rather than who is better, and with odds at 3/1 for the Blues to win and Jurgen Klopp’s men possessing a defence that offers as much protection as a convertible in the winter, it’s very plausible that Graham Potter’s side will get the win.

Brighton to beat Leicester City 21/20

Brighton are the team on form, full of confidence and playing some magical stuff at the moment. The discovery of young Evan Ferguson up front, alongside World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister in their midfield and several other quality players, and it’s easy to see why they have been so successful this season.

Leicester on the other hand are struggling, and enduring their worst ever season under Brendan Rodgers who has had his hands tied in the transfer market by the owners.

Everything here is pointing to a Brighton win.

West ham to beat Everton 10/13

West Ham are struggling this season and can’t seem to recapture the magic that David Moyes once sprinkled them with in his first few years at the helm.

However, Frank Lampard’s Everton team are in complete disarray, from the very top to the bottom; there is very little going right at that football club.

They are completely devoid of confidence, and it seems more likely that the Hammers will pull off a win here, although they are equally as terrible going on current form.

Manchester City to beat Wolves 2/11

Pep Guardiola seldom loses two games in one week, and after the drama of the Manchester derby last weekend, his squad will be fired up for the game.

Wolves have been rejuvenated somewhat since Julen Lopetegui took over, but there is still so much work to do and it’s hard to see them coping with the firepower of this City team, particularly with Erling Haaland looking to bounce back from a disappointing performance at Old Trafford.

Aston Villa to beat Southampton 6/4

Southampton are currently rock bottom of the Premier League and it’s difficult to see a way out for them.

Aston Villa on the other hand have improved dramatically since Unai Emery took over, and they really seem to have responded to their new manager.

Difficult to look past anything but a Villa win here.

With the odds at 48.16/1 here, a €10 could see you end up with €428.63 in your back pocket.

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