Premier League weekend 46,000/1 acca and tips featuring Man Utd v Arsenal
Sam Barnard | 21 November 2016
Football fans will be pleased to know that the Premier League returns this weekend, following the international break, and they will be treated to a tasty Manchester United v Arsenal clash at Old Trafford.
On top of that, Tottenham v West Ham is also on TV, while many Liverpool stars face a return to former club Southampton.
Read on to find out our Premier League tips for matchweek 12, starting with the four live games, as well as a super 46,000/1 acca to take advantage of…
Man Utd and Arsenal to draw
Saturday, live on Sky Sports 1 at 12:30 GMT
In the feature fixture of the weekend, two of the Premier League era’s most successful teams Man Utd and Arsenal lock horns in the early Saturday kick-off.
With the Gunners two places and six points above the Red Devils, and the duo having shared the spoils three times in the past four seasons, back another draw at 9/4.
Kane to score first v Hammers
Saturday, live on BT Sport 1 at 17:30 GMT
In the sole London derby this weekend, Tottenham tackle West Ham United at home and go in search of looking to end their streak of four straight draws.
They are still the only undefeated team this season, though, and in far better form than the lowly Hammers who are way down in 17th after losing five of their last nine.
With Harry Kane back fit and firing, and with a superb record of 15 goals in 15 London derby games – two of which came against West Ham at White Hart Lane last season – back him at 3/1 to score first.
Chelsea to beat Boro to nil
Sunday, live on Sky Sports 1 at 16:00 GMT
Boro have claimed a few credible results in recent weeks, drawing with both Arsenal and Manchester City and beating Bournemouth, but it seems their run will end when they tackle in-form Chelsea.
Antonio Conte’s men have won their last five in the top-flight, while the Blues have also beaten Middlesbrough to nil in their past six meetings. Odds of 6/4 say Chelsea will do it again in the only Sunday fixture.
Baggies and Clarets to share spoils
Monday, live on Sky Sports 1 at 20:00 GMT
West Bromwich Albion and Burnley are two overachievers so far this term, as they find themselves in 11th and ninth respectably, so expect a hard-fought encounter here.
They have drawn in each of the last two seasons, so back them do so once again at The Hawthorns at 12/5 in this Monday Night fixture.
Everton to beat Swans and both teams score
Onto the Saturday 3pm kick-offs, Everton are highly fancied to claim a home victory and belie their record against the Swans – no wins in the last five meetings.
The Toffees may be in poor form, but are still up in seventh while Swansea City are way down in 19th with just one victory all season. Ronald Koeman’s men are, therefore, 21/10 to win with both teams scoring.
Man City to score three or more v Palace
Manchester City are another team looking to get over a bad run of form, as they have just one win in their last five in the Premier League, but thankfully for them they are facing Crystal Palace.
After beating the Eagles 5-1 and 4-0 last term, Pep Guardiola’s side are hugely enticing 8/5 shouts to score three or more against them once more.
Mane to score against former club Saints
Sadio Mane loves scoring in this fixture, having done so four times in three matches last season, however this time he’ll be playing for Liverpool.
The Senegal attacker has adjusted to life at Anfield perfectly, as his six goals have helped the Reds to the top of the table after 11 games. He is a tasty 13/8 price to net anytime at St Mary’s.
Stoke to beat Bournemouth
Stoke City are on the rise after a woeful start to the season, as they are currently on an unbeaten streak of six in the league, while Bournemouth have lost their last two.
The Potters won both meetings last term and have home advantage, so are 13/10 just to win again.
Black Cats and Tigers to battle out stalemate
This battle between relegation dwellers has been made all the more intriguing as both Sunderland and Hull City recorded wins last time out.
It’s too close to call, so a draw at 2/1 seems the way to go.
Slimani to score anytime v Watford
One interesting stat to be mindful of ahead of this fixture, is that of Leicester City striker Islam Slimani’s four goals this term for his new club all of them have been headers. While upcoming opponents Watford just so happen to have conceded the most from headers in the Premier League.
So, why not take an enticing punt on the Algeria frontman to score anytime at 17/10?
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