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A small issue with this is that some new punters may be unsure on which bets they should use the £30 risk free offer on. There are some good bets available in the Premier League this weekend to take advantage of this risk free offer. I have put together a four fold accumulator to assist you with your risk free bet.
Jose Mourinho has enjoyed a positive start to his tenure as Spurs manager. The Portugese has won both of his opening fixtures at the helm. He even managed to end Tottenham’s 307 day wait for an away league win in his very first match as manager last weekend against West Ham. The new boss will be hoping to build on that good start in his first home league match in charge against Bournemouth.
Eddie Howe’s team have only won once in their last eight competitive matches. This is a poor run that has gone somewhat under the radar. They have also lost their two most recent league fixtures. It will be very tough for them to get something from Jose’s Tottenham.
Manuel Pellegrini is under extreme amounts of pressure to try and put an end to West Ham’s miserable run. The Hammers have gone eight games without a win in all competitions. They have slumped to 17th place in the table. Their last away match was a 3-0 defeat to Burnley.
Chelsea have won their last three home league games. Frank Lampard’s team have been terrific so far this season and are currently in fourth place in the table. They will look for another three points here towards their Champions League qualification.
Whilst Liverpool are eight points clear at the top of the table, they have looked far from convincing defensively this season. Both teams have scored in their last 10 consecutive competitive matches.
Brighton have also been amongst the goals recently. They have scored in four of their last five games. I definitely fancy them to get on the scoresheet against the surprisingly leaky Liverpool defence.
This looks to be a solid inclusion for the accumulator after the run both clubs have had of having two or more goals in their games. Burnley have had over 1.5 goals in 14 of the 15 games that they have played in all competitions this campaign. Palace have had over 1.5 goals in their last nine fixtures. Judging from those stats, there should be two goals in this game.