There’s seven Premier League matches on Saturday this weekend, meaning plenty of Acca Insurance offers, as well as Over 1.5 Goals Accumulators, and some chances to trade the Correct Score market using the Assured Soccer Profits system.
The 7 matches on Saturday are….
- Man Utd V Bournemouth
- Leicester V Hull
- Stoke V Middlesbrough
- Swansea V Burnley
- Watford V Southampton
- West Brom V Crystal Palace
- Liverpool V Arsenal
Starting with Man Utd V Bournemouth, and although United haven’t been prolific at home, I still think it would be a risky proposition to trade the Assured Soccer Profits system on this match, as it wouldn’t be the world’s biggest shock if United put the out of form Bournemouth to the sword.
Over 1.5 Goals looks a nailed on certainty for this fixture. It might even be the case that United put two or more past Bournemouth in the first half.
The first of the 3pm kick offs see Leicester entertain Hull. This looks a stick on Assured Soccer Profits match, as it has a 1-0, 2-1, 2-0, 0-1, 0-2, 1-2, written all over it. I’m not sure I would be putting it in an Over 1.5 Goals accumulator bet, as it could be 1-0 either way.
Stoke V Midddlesbrough is a bit of a tricky one. It has the possibility of finishing 0-0, purely by virtue of the fact that Middlesbrough are involved. That said, it could be 1-0 or 2-0 to Stoke, but I think I would leave it out in case it finishes 0-0.
The next match is Watford V Southampton, and this looks a good bet for both Over 1.5 Goals and Assured Soccer Profits. I can’t see it finishing 0-0, and it wouldn’t surprise me to see both teams to score.
It also looks a good Assured Soccer Profits trading opportunity, as I can see it finishing 1-2 or 2-1, ideal scores for ASP (you can read our Assured Soccer Profits Review for more information on how this system works).
The next match is West Brom V Crystal Palace. I can see West Brom keeping a clean sheet in this match, but I can’t see the Baggies not scoring. West Brom have a decent home record, while Palace are in awful form at the moment.
Can see this match suiting both football betting systems, as I can see West Brom scoring more than once, which will suit an Over 1.5 Goals accumulator, and I also can’t see Tony Pulis’ men scoring 4 or more, which suits ASP.
The final match this Saturday sees Liverpool hosting Arsenal in the 5.30pm fixture. Again, this is a match that looks to be ideal for both of these betting systems. I can’t see it ending 0-0, and I can’t see either side scoring 4 or more, which makes it suitable for ASP.
It has the look of 2-1, 2-2, or 1-2 about it, which could make a Correct Score Trade attractive, and it would also add another match to our accumulator on Over 1.5 Goals.