The Week 29 Premier League Fixtures didn’t disappoint, as we had cracking games to entertain us. Tough-battling Burnley overcame Everton in the early game on Saturday and Watford and Spurs registered wins in the three o’clock matches. The highlight of Saturday afternoon was the Swans match against the Hammers, where Swansea ran away with the points when they won 4-1. Southampton v Stoke and Leicester v Bournemouth both played out to be draws.
In Saturday’s evening games, Newcastle can feel a little unlucky. They fought hard but were beaten by a strong Liverpool side 2-0 at Anfield.
Sunday’s match brought a surprise and a tough match. In the earlier game, Brighton did fantastically well to beat Arsenal 2-1, who were perhaps reeling from being beaten by Manchester City twice in a week. In the later match, City were at home, welcoming Chelsea, looking to get back to winning ways following their defeat to Manchester United. Unfortunately for them, it turned out that they would be beaten by both Manchester teams in the space of a week as City won 1-0.
Monday Night Football brought us the cracker of a game that would be Crystal Palace v Manchester United. It has to be said that United under-performed, but Palace thoroughly deserved their two-goal lead. Heading into the 55th minute, Smalling scored, giving the visitors hope, which was followed a goal by Lukaku. To cap off what has to be said a fantastic comeback, Matic scored a half-volley in the 91st minute to seal the win, dashing Palace hearts.
This week, the pick of the weekend has to be Saturday’s early kick off between fierce rivals Manchester United and Liverpool at Old Trafford (Sky Sports, 12:30). This is a tough game to call and should probably stay off your accumulator. It is however, a brilliant game to kick-start your Matched Betting career as there are some fantastic value offers giving you plenty of Free Bets. For the three o’clock matches, Everton welcome Brighton, Huddersfield, host the Swans and Southampton make the long and arduous journey north to Newcastle. West Brom and West Ham will also play at three, at home against Leicester and Burnley respectively.
The evening match sees Palace hoping to get more out of their game than last week, when they visit Chelsea, who will be desperate to get back to winning ways (Sky Sports, 17:30).
Sunday sees Arsenal welcome Watford (Sky Sports, 13:30) and Bournemouth play Spurs at the Vitality Stadium (Sky Sports, 16:00).
Monday Night Football sees struggling Stoke City entertain league-leaders Manchester City (Sky Sports, 20:00).
If you fancy a flutter, our top ACCA picks for this weekend are Chelsea (1.28), Arsenal (1.44) and Manchester City (1.22), which can be combined with Ladbrokes to return 2.26.
That rounds up the Premier League Fixtures for this weekend. Whoever your team is, whichever teams you back on your slip, we wish you luck!