BetBull Saturday Afternoon Acca - 05/10/18
Our Saturday Premier League Accumulator landed last week as Arsenal, Tottenham, Everton and Wolves all won, returning £137 from 20 quid.
This week we are backing Burnley, Tottenham, West Brom and Swansea, which returns nearly £150 from a £20 stake.
Burnley are at home to rock-bottom Huddersfield, Sean Dyche's men are unbeaten in their last two Premier League games, beating Bournemouth 4-0 and Cardiff 2-1.
The hosts have only picked up two points from their seven league games this season and one of them was against relegation rivals, Cardiff.
Huddersfield's poor Premier League form stems right back to last season as they have only won once in their last 17 games, and we believe Burnley will make it three wins a row.
Tottenham host Cardiff at Wembley as they look to bounce back from their defeat to Barcelona in the Champions League mid-week.
Spurs started the season well winning all of their opening three, they then lost two in a row, however, they are back on track picking up six points from their last two and we're certain they'll get all the spoils against Cardiff.
West Brom entertain Reading at the Hawthornes in the Championship at 3 pm.
Darren Moore's side are one point of Championship leaders Leeds, Middlesbrough and Sheffield United.
Reading have won twice from their 11 league games this term, leaving them 20th in the league two points above the relegation zone.
West Brom have a 100 percent home record this season in the league and we're sure they'll retain come 5 o'clock on Saturday.
Our final selection is Swansea, they host Ipswich, who are second-bottom at the Britannia at 3 pm.
The Welsh side's form isn't great as they've only won four games in the Championship, drawing five, however, they have only lost twice and are level on points with Brentford who beat them to the last play-off position due to goal difference.
Ipswich are yet to pick up a win in the league this season as they have a drew a whopping six fixtures and lost five.
The Tractor Boys are also yet to pick up a point on the road and we don't think they'll get anything from their 12-hour round trip to Wales.