Betting Tips

291/1 Premier League Acca: Sunday March 6

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  • Watford & Arsenal to Draw
  • Manchester City to beat Manchester United 3-1
  • Tottenham to beat Everton
  • Tottenham v Everton – Harry Kane to score the first goal

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291/1 Premier League Acca Betting Tips:

Watford & Arsenal to Draw

If Roy Hodgson’s Watford do go down, they are likely to go down fighting.

The oldest manager in Premier League history, 74-year-old Hodgson has won only once in six games since taking the reins.

But he has also picked up a couple of potentially priceless draws.

This is a game the Hornets need to take something from – and after drawing at Manchester United last time out – they can hold the Gunners on home soil.

Manchester City to beat Manchester United 3-1

Pep Guardiola’s defending champions must simply keep winning if they are to keep rampant Liverpool at bay and retain their crown.

City are in a different league to United and, after a recent home defeat to Tottenham and a fortuitous win at Everton last weekend, expect City to move through the gears again on derby day.

They have the quality to win convincingly against their sworn enemies from across town by registering a 3-1 success.

Tottenham to beat Everton

Antonio Conte’s men have made a habit of flitting from the sublime to the ridiculous in recent weeks.

They won at Manchester City, lost at Burnley, thumped Leeds United and then crashed out of the FA Cup at Middlesbrough in midweek.

Conte will demand a response from his men against struggling Everton and Tottenham have enough quality to register a win here.

Tottenham v Everton – Harry Kane to score the first goal

The Tottenham striker is not only one of the best goalscorers in world football, but he is also one of the finest footballers.

Kane was outstanding during last week’s 4-0 win at Elland Road, getting on the scoresheet and pulling the string from a position that suits.

But goals are the currency the England man trades in and, after drawing a frustrating blank in the FA Cup defeat to Middlesbrough, expect him to start firing again by opening the scoring against the Toffees.

Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.