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Premier League Acca Club tips: Five predictions for gameweek 25

By Mohamed Moallim

Published: 19:53, 11 February 2022

Premier League action resumes with things heating up at both ends of the top-flight table.

Read on for our gameweek 25 this week’s Club Acca picks with William Hill.

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Pick 1. Brighton (11/10) to win v Watford

During the early months of this season, many were complimenting how Brighton were playing their football. However, they’ve been struggling to pick up wins lately. Across the past five Premier League rounds, the Seagulls have amassed one victory.

That said, Graham Potter’s men are unbeaten in six while this weekend’s opponents, Watford, are without a league win in their last 11 games across all competitions. On top of that, Brighton won their last trip to Vicarage Road and the last meeting between the sides this season.

Pick 2. Man City (2/13) to win v Norwich

Relentless is the perfect description of Manchester City this season. Pep Guardiola’s men have won 13 of their last 14 league fixtures, which leaves them nine points clear of nearest challenger Liverpool — albeit having played a game more.

They’ll fancy their chances of registering another big win on the road this weekend; the defending Premier League champions have taken 29 points away from home this season and in each of their previous two meetings against Norwich, they’ve won 5-0.

Pick 3. Liverpool (3/10) to win v Burnley

As touched upon, Liverpool are City’s biggest threat for the championship. Jurgen Klopp’s side are four games unbeaten heading into the latest round of Premier League fixtures. Last time out they comfortably beat Leicester City, meaning they’ve now won each of their last five games in all competitions by an aggregate score of 13-2.

Mohamed Salah looked lively from the bench and the attacking options by Luis Diaz, who drew a rave review from Klopp after his debut vs the Foxes.

“It was one of the best first games I saw from a new player,” said the Liverpool boss.

“Last night was a good opportunity to start him with Sadio [Mane] not back and Mo [Salah] coming back from an intense tournament. Luis showed up.”

As for Burnley, they are winless in 10 league fixtures and on their past four visits to Turf Moor, the Reds have returned home with a win.

Pick 4. Wolves (1/6) under 1.5 goals v Tottenham

In their last Premier League outing, Wolves couldn’t make it four Premier League wins on the bounce. Their narrow 0-1 loss to Arsenal also ended a five-game unbeaten streak (four wins and one draw). This shouldn’t have come as a surprise as Wolves have failed to score more than one goal in 10 of their last 12 league games while their hosts, Tottenham, have only conceded two or more goals in two of their last 10 home matches.

Pick 5. West Ham (3/1) over 2.5 goals v Leicester

There’s a strong case being made that Jarrod Bowen should feature in England’s next squad. He scored the only goal in West Ham’s win over Watford last time out. David Moyes’ men are chasing an improbable Champions League place and in each of their last three Premier League showdowns against Leicester they’ve scored three or more goals. As for the Foxes, they’ve conceded 20 goals in their last seven games in all competitions.


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