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299/1 Premier League Acca: Friday March 18th

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It’s another busy weekend of Premier League action and we’re covering the best of it with our 299/1 Premier League Acca.

  • Wolves v Leeds United – Rodrigo first goalscorer
  • Aston Villa to beat Arsenal
  • Leicester v Brentford – Ivan Toney first goalscorer 
  • Tottenham to beat West Ham

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299/1 Premier League Acca Betting Tips:

Wolves v Leeds United – Rodrigo first goalscorer at 9/1

The Spain international has flattered to deceive for much of his Leeds career since arriving in the summer of 2020.

His talent, however, is not in doubt and he scored a vital goal to open the scoring in last week’s 2-1 home win over Norwich City.

With Patrick Bamford still not fully fit, and Rodrigo showing glimpses of his best form last week, back the former Valencia striker to open the scoring at Molineux.

Aston Villa to beat Arsenal

Arsenal’s five-match winning streak in the Premier League was unceremoniously halted on Wednesday night when title-chasing Liverpool beat them 2-0 at the Emirates.

The result showed that Mikel Arteta’s side still have some way to go in order to compete with the leading sides.

They also remain prone to blips in form, so back Steven Gerrard’s Villa to collect maximum points in this one.

Leicester City v Brentford – Ivan Toney first goalscorer 

Toney is enjoying arguably the best form of his career right now.

He has scored eight goals in his last five appearances and five in his last two, helping the Bees to vital wins over Norwich and Burnley.

Toney turned 26 on Wednesday and would love to celebrate his birthday by finding the net against the Foxes.

Tottenham to beat West Ham

Spurs remain hit and miss but Wednesday’s win at Brighton encouraged hopes they can be more hit than miss as the run-in approaches.

Antonio Conte’s men must keep winning if they are to finish in the top four at the expense of teams such as Manchester United, Arsenal and this weekend’s opponents, West Ham.

With home advantage and a raucous crowd behind them, Spurs can edge this derby and leapfrog the Hammers.

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