Premier League Matchday 4 Preview: Tasty Acca Could Bash the Bookies

Michael Black
Michael Black
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Premier League Matchday 4 Preview: Tasty Acca Could Bash the Bookies

The final round of Premier League matches before the September international break feature several tricky puzzles for punters to unravel.

There are also a handful of lop-sided games from a wagering perspective, which could tempt punters into hitting football betting sites with trebles and accumulators.

With that in mind, we take a look at the standout games on Matchday 4 and assess some of the key betting angles to consider.


  • Accumulator looks tempting.
  • Stalemate on the cards at Selhurst Park.
  • Fernandes fancied to follow up at Arsenal.

Four-Fold Could Hit the Bookies

This weekend’s Premier League games feature a tasty-looking four-fold which could have operators of UK betting apps running for cover.

Manchester City are impossible to oppose at home to Fulham, while Chelsea will fancy their chances of beating Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge.

Adding West Ham United to win at Luton Town and Tottenham Hotspur to triumph at Burnley completes a tempting 9/2 accumulator.

Wolves May Keep Palace at Bay

Having looked tough to break down in their opening three matches, Crystal Palace will expect to take at least a point from their home game against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

However, Wolves are unfortunate not to be unbeaten on the road having played well in defeat at Manchester United before winning at Everton.

Numerous new betting sites are offering odds of 5/2 on the game ending as a draw – that looks to be a pretty solid wager.

Fernandes Could Add to his Tally at Arsenal

Bruno Fernandes was a standout performer as Manchester United recovered from a two-goal deficit to win 3-2 at home to Forest last weekend.

Fernandes bagged the winner for United on that occasion and looks worth an interest at odds of 4/1 on UK betting sites to get on the scoresheet at Arsenal.

The Gunners have looked fragile at the back in their first two home games and the Portuguese playmaker could take full advantage this weekend. 

Premier League Matchday 4 Odds (via Midnite)

Luton Town vs West Ham United17/514/539/50
Sheffield United vs Everton41/209/47/5
Manchester City vs Fulham3/207/116/1
Chelsea vs Nottingham Forest39/10019/529/4
Brentford vs Bournemouth69/10031/1037/10
Burnley vs Tottenham Hotspur14/53/143/50
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Newcastle United39/2511/477/50
Crystal Palace vs Wolverhampton Wanderers24/255/259/20
Liverpool vs Aston Villa67/10013/418/5
Arsenal vs Manchester United39/503/116/5