Thursday, May 23, 2024

May 11th: Saturday’s Premier League Accumulator – 6/1

With the Premier League title chase set to go right down to the wire, we have another season-defining set of fixtures on the cards.

With Manchester City looking to leapfrog Arsenal and reclaim their spot at the top of the table, we have nine top-flight showdowns throughout Saturday.

Ahead a stacked fixture list, we have found a trio of the most intriguing Premier League betting markets.

Saturday, May 11th

BST 15:00 Tottenham vs Burnley

While Tottenham might have continued to receive a string of plaudits since they welcomed Ange Postecoglou to north London last summer, Spurs have the feel of a squad seeking a much-needed boost. Last seen putting in another nightmare performance as they slumped to an action-packed 4-2 drumming against Liverpool, the former Celtic boss has seen his squad lose all of their previous four Premier League appearances on the bounce. Now seeking a minor miracle in the race to secure a lucrative top-four finish, Tottenham will certainly be calling on their attacking icon to spearhead their charge on Saturday afternoon. While Spurs might have gained a reputation for their glaring defensive struggles, Heung-Min Son has enjoyed another domestic flurry. Along with finding the net in two of his previous three Premier League appearances, the South Korean superstar has registered 17 top-flight strikes this year. Although Burnley might have briefly breathed life back into their charge for top-flight safety last month, the Clarets are now hanging by a thread. Hit with what should prove to be a season-defining 4-1 drumming at home against Newcastle last weekend, Vincent Kompany’s men find themselves sat five points adrift of safety with just a pair of Premier League battles left. Collecting just a single away victory since opening the New Year, Burnley are rightfully pencilled in as a real underdog in north London.

Tip: Heung-Min Son to score anytime @ 4/5

15:00 West Ham vs Luton Town

Although West Ham might have opened 2024 in the midst of a real flurry, the Hammers have come crashing down in an infamous fashion. With it officially confirmed that David Moyes will be leaving the London Stadium at the end of the season, Saturday’s hosts have endured a nightmare rut. Last seen putting in a woeful performance as they slumped to a 5-0 drumming against local rivals Chelsea, the one-time Manchester United boss has seen his squad muster just four victories across any competition since opening the New Year. Continuing to slide down the Premier League table, West Ham have also collected just a single Premier League win since returning from March’s international break. However, collecting a 2-1 victory when they travelled to Kenilworth Road for their reverse top-flight battle on September 1st, the Hammers should be smelling the chance to claim a crucial boost on Saturday afternoon. Although Luton might still have their sights set on completing what would be a famous great escape, Rob Edwards’ men find time ticking away. Forced to settle for a 1-1 stalemate at home against Luton last weekend and falling short in what was rightfully billed as a season-defining affair, the former Watford boss has seen his squad collect just a single point from any of their previous four Premier League appearances. In fact, the Hatters have registered just a sole win across any competition from any of their last 16 contests across all competitions.

Tip: West Ham win @ 19/20

15:00 Everton vs Sheffield United

Although Everton might have opened up the New Year at the heart of another Premier League relegation scrap, Sean Dyche’s men have come roaring back in a remarkable fashion. While the Toffees might still be dealing with a string of financial issues behind the scenes at Goodison Park, they have skyrocketed away from a looming bottom-three battle. With the mood around the blue half of Merseyside at a season-high, the former Burnley boss will be calling on his resurgent squad to make another statement here. Making real history last month as they secured a famous 2-0 win against arch-rivals Liverpool, Saturday’s hosts have collected 10 points from their previous four Premier League appearances. Pencilled in as a standout contender here, a huge part of Everton’s recent purple patch has come thanks to Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s crucial return. Finding the net last weekend as Everton played out a 1-1 stalemate away at Luton, the England international has now scored four goals in his previous five appearances. On the flip side, with their immediate Championship return already confirmed, Sheffield United have endured a public Premier League crisis this season. Breaking a string of unwanted records and sat rock-bottom of the table, Chris Wilder’s men have lost all of their last five outings by an aggregate score of 18-5. It should also be highlighted, Saturday’s guests have remarkably shipped 100 goals in their 36 Premier League appearances this season.

Tip: Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score anytime @ 21/17

Our Saturday Premier League Accumulator:  

  • Tottenham vs Burnley – Heung-Min Son to score anytime @ 4/5
  • West Ham vs Luton Town – West Ham win @ 19/20
  • Everton vs Sheffield United – Dominic Calvert-Lewin to score anytime @ 21/17

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tom Dunstan


Formerly of The Independent, Tom has spent the past six years as one of our senior writers and betting experts. Alongside working with numerous publications from across the globe, Tom also graduated from the University of Falmouth in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Digital Media.
Spending almost the past decade working in countries such as Australia, New Zealand and Canada, he has also spent time featuring in sports radio. Tom can be followed on Instagram - @iamtomdunstan

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