COPYBET WEEKEND ACCA 05-06 November 2022

COPYBET WEEKEND ACCA 05-06 November 2022

COPYBET WEEKEND ACCA
05–06 November 2022

With just 16 days until the start of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, there are only two match days left in the English domestic season before the break.

We’ve taken a look at this weekend’s fixtures and picked out a 33/1 fivefold.

Wolverhampton Wanderers VS Brighton & Hove Albion

Sat 5 Nov, 15:00

3/4
Back under 2.5 goals
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Wolves have struggled for goals all season, netting just six times in their 13 Premier League matches so far. Eight of their Premier League games so far this season have seen under 2.5 goals scored.

To make matters worse for the Midlanders, they will be without the suspended Diego Costa after the Spaniard was sent off against Brentford last time out.

Visitors Brighton ended a run of poor results with an emphatic 4-1 victory against Chelsea but prior to that, the Seagulls had only scored one in four and against a resolute Wolves defence, this may well be a low-scoring encounter.

Queens Park Rangers VS West Bromwich Albion

Sat 5 Nov, 15:00

31/20
Back QPR to win
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QPR come into this off the back of a goalless draw at Norwich last time out but the Hoops have only lost one of their eight home matches so far this season and they can continue their promotion push with victory against lowly WBA on Saturday.

The Baggies have had a terrible start to the season, winning just three times and currently residing in 23rd position on 17 points.

While they recorded a victory against Blackpool on Tuesday, their away form has been woeful and we fancy them to leave West London pointless this weekend.

Chelsea VS Arsenal

Sun 6 Nov, 12:00

7/4
Back Arsenal to win
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Chelsea’s promising start under Graham Potter was torn up by his former club Brighton last weekend and the Blues are now without a win in their last 3 league games.

In complete contrast, visitors Arsenal have won nine of their 11 matches so far, including four out of six on the road. Mikel Arteta’s side top the table and have only suffered just one defeat, at Old Trafford back in September.

The Gunners enjoy playing at Stamford Bridge, having only lost on one of their last five trips, and they have won both of their last two in West London.

With Chelsea missing key players Reece James, N’Golo Kante and Ben Chilwell, and the Gunners at full strength, Arsenal can record another statement victory that will keep them top of the table.

Southampton VS Newcastle

Sun 6 Nov, 14:00

20/21
Back Newcastle to win
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High-flying Newcastle are unbeaten in eight Premier League games and chasing a fourth straight win. Eddie Howe’s men have been in fantastic form, taking seven points from a possible nine from away trips to Manchester United, Fulham and Spurs.

In Miguel Almiron they have the league’s most in-form player. The Paraguayan has scored six in six and can inspire the Toon Army to another win on Sunday.

Southampton have yet to find consistent form this season and have lost 5 of their last 8. Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side have struggled for goals, winning just once at home so far and it’s for this reason Newcastle look good value to defeat them at St Mary’s.

Tottenham Hotspur VS Liverpool

Sun 6 Nov, 16:30

4/7
Both teams to score
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Both teams have scored in each of the last four meetings between Tottenham and Liverpool, a fixture which usually delivers entertainment.

Spurs have only failed to score in one of their 13 Premier League matches so far this season while the visitors have netted 10 in their last three away games in all competitions.

Spurs are missing the attacking talents of Son Heung-min and Dejan Kulusevski but with Harry Kane on the pitch, they always pose a goal threat. For Liverpool, Mo Salah is starting to find a form with three in his last three games.