Killer’s Over/Under Super Acca



Adam Smith aka Killer, the man behind our Premier League Team Of The Week unveils his eagerly anticipated new PS Football feature today. Killer’s Over/Under Super Acca is a 18/1 ten-fold accumulator bet that features every game being played in the Premier League this weekend. 


Killer is a man with the goal-den touch when it comes to over/under betting and has developed a serious reputation for bashing the bookies on a almost weekly basis. He’s also given us a quick rundown on why he’s selected each of his picks, so even if you don’t want to follow his bet in its entirety you can easily pick out a couple of good value tips to go into your own accumulator.



Man Utd v Spurs – Team A / Over 0.5


A single goal from United is all that’s needed here in the early kick off on Saturday. I think we will see a different Man Utd this weekend, and should see them being more attack minded. I expect goals, but I’m slightly worried that Mourinho might park the bus if they go 1-0 up, so this bet covers that, and stops us from falling at the first hurdle.

Odds: 1/4


Arsenal v Swansea – Team A / Over 1.5


We need the home team to score two goals, and I am confident that they will, against a struggling Swansea City side. This bet could be won by half time with Ozil, Sanchez, Ramsey and Lacazette all fit, and on form. I will be amazed if Arsenal only manage to score one or less against the Swans at the Emirates on Saturday.

Odds: 2/7


Palace v West Ham – Team B / Over 0.5


Confindence is a wonderfield thing in football, and West Ham must be full of it after their win against a strong Spurs side on Wednesday night in the Carabao Cup. The same Hammers side should start against Palace on Saturday, meaning Carroll, Lanzini, Antonio and Ayew will be providing their attacking options once more. Back to back wins for Bilic will keep him in a job for another few weeks and I predict West Ham to get on the scoresheet. West Ham have left Selhurst Park with three points in each of the last three seasons.

Odds: 1/3



Liverpool v Huddersfield – Team A / over 1.5


I’m Expecting Liverpool to bounce back after their heavy defeat to Spurs last weekend. With Maribor at home on Tuesday they can play a strong team, and I predict a comfortable victory. Similar to Arsenal we need Liverpool to score two, and again, I will be amazed if they only manage to get one or less against a team who haven’t scored away from home since the opening day of the season.

Odds: 1/3


Watford v Stoke – Over 1.5 goals


Watford scored two at Chelsea last weekend and should have had four or five. Stoke always seem to score, but keeping them out at the other end is their problem. Expecting a few goals in this one, and two or more goals in this game looks like a solid bet.

Odds: 1/3


West Brom v Man City – Team B / Over 1.5


Man City should keep their scoring spree going at the Hawthorns, and should find the net at least twice. There might be a few changes for City with Napoil coming up during the week in the Champions League, but their subs are just as good, and I predict a comfortable win for them.

Odds: 2/7



Bournemouth v Chelsea – Team B / Over 1.5


There are usually a few goals in this fixture and I expect a few in this one too. I think Chelsea will win, but I also think that they will need at least a couple of goals to beat the Cherries, and I expect Conte’s side to get the two goals we need to hopefully bring the accumulator into Sunday.

Odds: 4/7


Brighton v Southampton – Team A / Over 0.5


Brighton have scored in all their home games this season apart from Man City on the opening weekend of the season, and we need them to score again this weekend. Confidence is growing in this team week-on-week, and I expect Brighton to take the game to Southampton and score the opening goal in the first Super Sunday game.

Odds: 1/2


Leicester v Everton – Over 1.5 goals


Both teams have recently sacked there manager, but how often do you see players find their form after their boss is sacked. The shackles will be off some of these players, and I expect at least two goals at the King Power in the second Super Sunday game.

Odds: 1/3



Burnley v Newcastle – Under 3.5 goals


Two teams that set up to defend and knick a goal on the counter. I see this as a tight affair and if either side go ahead, they will probably sit on their lead. Therefore I can’t see four or more goals being scored in this one on a cold Monday night in Burnley. Looks a solid bet.

Odds: 1/4


Tip: Man Utd v Spurs could go anyway. Taking this one out will still give you 16/1 and start the accy at 3pm on Saturday which alot of people favour.


Written by Adam Smith.


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