Football Acca Betting Tips, free bets and Enhanced Odds Bonuses, Premier League, 31st March – 1st April

Latest Football Acca Tips – 31st March – 1st April

  • Crystal Palace v Liverpool – Both Teams to Score – 8/11
  • Brighton v Leicester – The Draw – 21/10
  • Newcastle v Huddersfield – Under 2.5 Goals – 8/13
  • West Brom v Burnley – Burnley to Win to Nil – 17/5

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Crystal Palace v Liverpool – Both Teams to Score – 8/11

With a seven point gap between themselves and fifth placed Chelsea, Liverpool will be feeling confident about their chances of playing Champions League football next season. There will, however, be a certain amount of trepidation ahead of their trip to Selhurst Park early on Saturday afternoon.

The Reds famously blew their chances of winning the Premier League by throwing away a three goal lead at Selhurst Park in 2014 and they’ve been beaten by Palace on four occasions since that night.

With the Eagles scrapping for their future in the Premier League they should manage to score against a Liverpool defence with just four clean sheets all season. Stopping the likes of Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mané at the other end is a completely different matter.

Brighton v Leicester – The Draw – 21/10

Claude Puel has had to win the Leicester fans over since receiving a lukewarm welcome when he replaced Craig Shakespeare. Although Leicester are yet to really hit top gear under the Frenchman, they’ve improved enough for the majority of the Foxes’ faithful to be confident about the future.

Optimistic Brighton fans are also looking towards the future. The Seagulls are getting tantalisingly close to that magical 40 point mark following a recent spell of six matches unbeaten.

Both teams are playing some good stuff lately without setting the world alight and they should produce an entertaining enough game in which the spoils are shared.

Newcastle v Huddersfield – Under 2.5 Goals – 8/13

If either Newcastle or Huddersfield manage to avoid relegation it will be a huge testament to the efforts of Rafa Benitez and David Wagner. As things stand, both sides remain just outside of the bottom three but neither it’s Newcastle who look the most likely to survive.

Huddersfield looked to have turned a corner when they won back to back matches following a five game losing streak. However, their last three matches have yielded no goals and just one point. Newcastle’s organisation and work rate will make it very tough to the Terriers to turn things around at St James’ Park but whatever the result, this looks set to be a low scoring affair.

West Brom v Burnley – Burnley to Win to Nil – 17/5

Burnley are the masters of being able to stay in a match. Time and time again, Sean Dyche’s men have been able to shut up shop when the opposition have a good spell and oftentimes Burnley will then kick on themselves to pick up the win.

That’s exactly what Burnley did against West Ham last time out and they should be able to repeat the trick against another relegation threatened side when they visit the Hawthorns on Saturday. West Brom are in dire straits and could well give up the ghost if they lose without even scoring against Burnley.