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Premier League Final Day Accumulator: Newcastle can help land 15/1 Premier League Acca

It is the final day of the Premier League season on Sunday and much of the attention will be drawn to the bottom end, where Everton, Leeds and Leicester are all fighting against relegation.

However, there is a full programme of fixtures and our four-fold accumulator, if successful, could return odds of 15/1.

Sunday Premier League four-fold acca:

West Ham or draw double chance vs Leicester @ 5/6
Newcastle to beat Chelsea @ 11/8
Crystal Palace to beat Nottingham Forest @ 7/10
Leeds vs Tottenham - Over 3.5 goals @ 6/5

Odds were correct at the time of writing and subject to change

Poor home form makes Foxes vulnerable

WhatLeicester v West Ham
WhereKing Power Stadium, Leicester
When16:30 Sunday 28th May 2023
How to watchSky Sports Main Event
OddsLeicester 10/11, Draw 14/5, West Ham 13/5

Leicester have to beat West Ham to have any chance of maintaining their Premier League status but that might not be straightforward.

The Foxes have won just two of their last 12 matches at the King Power Stadium and drafting in Dean Smith as manager does not look to have done the trick.

They were brushed aside 3-0 by Liverpool the last time they were in action on their own patch and failed to create much in a goalless draw at Newcastle on Monday when they could have given themselves a great chance on the final day with a win.

West Ham have a Europa Conference League final to look forward to, but that is a while away yet, so don’t expect David Moyes’s team to slack off even though their own top-flight status has been assured.

They had few problems seeing off another relegation candidate Leeds last week and they look a good bet on the double chance mark, where a draw would also be enough for a successful bet.

Chelsea may not keep Magpies at bay

WhatChelsea v Newcastle
WhereStamford Bridge, London
When16:30 Sunday 28th May 2023
OddsChelsea 19/10, Draw 5/2, Newcastle 11/8

Chelsea’s season has been dismal and they have shown little application since Frank Lampard took the temporary reins from Graham Potter.

A mid-table finish is poor considering the amount of recent investment at Stamford Bridge and a 4-1 loss at Manchester United was their latest disappointment, which means they head into the final day having won just once in their last 11 games.

The Blues have not won any of their last six home Premier League matches and Newcastle, who confirmed their Champions League qualification at the beginning of the week with a draw against Leicester, should be confident they can claim three points.

Eddie Howe’s side have scored at least twice in five of their last six away matches and a trip to west London should hold no fears as they look to end a memorable campaign on a high.

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Eagles should take charge against Forest

WhatCrystal Palace vs Nottingham Forest
WhereSelhurst Park, London
When16:30 Sunday 28th May 2023
OddsCrystal Palace 7/10, Draw 3/1, Nottingham Forest 15/4

Nottingham Forest had plenty to celebrate when their 1-0 win over Arsenal confirmed their Premier League status last week, but they have not been strong on the road this season and may not get anything at Crystal Palace.

The City Ground has been a fortress for the Tricky Trees in the second half of the campaign, but the only win they have gained on their travels came at bottom-of-the-table Southampton.

Palace looked to be in trouble themselves for a while but they have pushed on towards mid-table since veteran manager Roy Hodgson replaced Patrick Vieira.

Champions Manchester City are the only team to have beaten the Eagles in their last nine games on their own patch and they should be in fine spirits having won three of their last four matches at Selhurst Park.

Goals look likely at Elland Road

WhatLeeds United vs Tottenham
WhereElland Road, Leeds
When16:30 Sunday 28th May 2023
How to watchBT Sport 1
OddsLeeds 17/10, Draw 14/5, Tottenham 11/8

Like Leicester, only a win will do for Leeds against Tottenham and, even then, they will have to rely on Bournemouth doing them a favour at Everton.

We can expect an attacking performance from the Whites and there should be plenty of goals at Elland Road.

Both teams have scored in each of Leeds’ last 12 league games and in 10 of Tottenham’s 11 and both defences have struggled lately.

No team in the top flight have conceded more goals than Leeds’ tally of 74 and Spurs have conceded at least twice in six of their last seven games, so it is worth chancing that there will be at least four in this crucial clash.

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