Tuesday, October 22, 2019

15th September: Sunday English Accumulator – 11/1

With England’s top-tiers not back in the swing of things following the international break, we here at Soccer News have found a handful of helpful tips that can boost your Sunday acca:

Sunday 15th September

BST 12:30 Barnsley vs Leeds

Starting with Sunday’s guests, while Leeds may have suffered a close-fought 1-0 loss against fellow promotion contenders Swansea prior to the international break, Marcelo Bielsa’s men should find the mood in their camp at a high. Still tipped as a huge favorite to secure an automatic route back to the Premier League, a huge part of the Whites’ continued success has been down to their recent displays away from Elland Road. Along with picking up a 3-0 win over Stoke in their last appearance outside of West Yorkshire, Leeds have now won each of their last four matches on the road across all competitions. Even more impressive, Sundays guests have recorded clean sheets in all four of those victories. As for Barnsley, while Leeds might be enjoying a battle at the top of the table, the hosts find themselves in a very different position. Playing out a 0-0 draw against Wigan prior to the break, the Reds have failed to win any of their last five matches across all competitions, including an embarrassing 3-0 hammering at home to League Two outfit Carlisle last month.

Tip: Leeds win to nil @ 6/4

15:00 Bournemouth vs Everton 

Although many around Goodison Park were growing concerned by Everton’s sluggish start to the new season, the mood in Marco Silva’s camp will be boosted by their 3-2 win over Wolves prior to the international break. Now landing back-to-back wins across all competitions, the Blues have their sights firmly set on landing a European return come May. One man who has recently caught the eye and will once again spearhead Everton’s charge on Sunday will be the red-hot Richarlison. Bagging a brace against Wolves last time out, last year’s Golden Boot winner at Goodison has now scored three goals in his last two appearances and should be looking to exploit Bournemouth’s recent defensive issues. Suffering back-to-back 3-1 defeats against Manchester City and Leicester, the Cherries have won just one of their opening four matches so far and their form on home soil will be a growing concern for Head Coach Eddie Howe. Sunday’s hosts have remarkably one just one of their last eight matches at the Vitality, a run that stems back to the end of January.

Tip: Richarlison to score anytime @ 7/5

16:30 Watford vs Arsenal  

While Arsenal may have been disappointed to have only snatched a point off of Spurs prior to the break, Unai Emery should be boosted by his side battling back from being two goals down. With their sights firmly set on securing a top-four return come May, the Gunners have lost just one of their opening four contests after spending big over the summer. Unsurprisingly, one man to watch this weekend will be leading marksman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Once again finding the net against Spurs last time out, the Gabon international already has three goals to his name after claiming an equal share of the Golden Boot last season. As for Watford, after shocking many and announcing the return of Quique Sánchez Flores after sacking Javi Garcia, the Hornets are in desperate need of a response. Now the only side searching for a first win in their opening four appearances and losing three of those matchups, they have also now failed to win any of their last eight top-flight contests. With Arsenal winning each of their last three Premier League matches against Sunday’s hosts, we’re backing a resurgent Gunners to bounce back this weekend.

Tip: Arsenal win @ 1/1

Our Sunday Accumulator:

Barnsley vs Leeds – Leeds win to nil @ 6/4

Bournemouth vs Everton – Richarlison to score anytime @ 7/5

Watford vs Arsenal – Arsenal win @ 1/1

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tom Dunstan


Formerly of The Independent, Tom is a freelance football and boxing journalist from Essex, England. Currently working for three online publications, Tom is a graduate of the University of Falmouth and has spent the last two years writing across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He can be followed at @IamTomDunstan

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