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Premier League predictions: Five tips for weekend acca

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We’ve got five Premier League predictions from this weekend’s top-flight fixtures and are hoping to land a 210/1 acca if they all come in.

Sunday’s Liverpool vs Man City clash is the pick of the latest round of games, but we’re looking elsewhere for our multiple bets.

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Burnley to beat Norwich @ 17/20

These teams have yet to post a top-flight win between them this season and are propping up the table, but we feel Burnley have shown more promise. The Clarets are coming off an encouraging 2-2 draw at Leicester, where £15million summer signing Maxwell Cornet got off the mark. There are few positives to take from the opening weeks of the campaign for Norwich, who look destined for a quick return to the Championship after conceding 16 times in six straight defeats and are easy to oppose in our Premier League predictions.

Leeds vs Watford over 3.5 goals @ 6/4

The Whites have failed to win any of their first six games at the start of a league campaign for the first time in 69 years but Marcelo Bielsa shows no signs of abandoning his attacking tactics. He said: “The succession of bad results, the absence of points, the position in the table, they are all factors that affect the morale of any team, but when the performance is not negative, the recovery is more probable.” Leeds are creating chances but only rock-bottom Norwich have conceded more goals, while Watford have put three past both Aston Villa and Norwich.

Wolves and Newcastle to draw @ 16/5

Punters who like to base their bets on head-to-head form will not take long to figure out their selection for this contest. The last five Premier League meetings between these teams have all ended in stalemate, with 1-1 the scoreline on each occasion. Wolves are favourites on home turf following last weekend’s 1-0 victory at Southampton, but Newcastle will be buoyed by a run of three draws in the last four league outings, plus they were also competitive in a 4-1 loss at Manchester United until late on.

Crystal Palace to beat Leicester @ 11/5

The Eagles are now adjusting well to the changes implemented by Patrick Vieira and look a value pick here. Vieira has transformed Palace from the rigidness of the old regime to a dynamic possession-based team who press frantically from the front. After some early teething troubles, a fine 2-2 draw at West Ham was followed up by a 3-0 defeat of Tottenham at Selhurst Park and, after a forgivable loss at Liverpool, they should have finished off Brighton on Monday before conceding a last-gasp leveller.

Aston Villa to win at Tottenham @ 12/5

Spurs have lost three straight Premier League matches, going down to Arsenal, Chelsea and Crystal Palace by an aggregate score of 9-1, while their visitors are looking to follow up a fine win at Manchester United, so this is another tempting underdog. Dean Smith’s side may have been grateful for a stoppage-time Bruno Fernandes penalty howler when prevailing 1-0 at Old Trafford but were worthy winners, creating several excellent chances prior to Kourtney Hause’s 88th-minute header. That came after a 3-0 triumph over Everton and Villa are worth following.

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