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Premier League Saturday Accumulator: Manchester City head 22/1 four-fold

The Premier League offers up five games on Saturday with leaders Manchester City looking to get the better of Sam Allardyce's Leeds.

On the day of King Charles' Coronation, City will attempt to take a step closer to being crowned champions of England for the third successive season.

City welcome Leeds to the Etihad as one of the four games scheduled for 15:00 with the Whites eager to avoid slipping further into relegation danger.

Bournemouth, who have seemingly done enough to beat the drop, host a Chelsea side on the slide, while Crystal Palace travel to Tottenham and Wolves take on Aston Villa at Molineux.

Liverpool are seeking a win over Brentford in the 17:30 clash at Anfield, as they attempt to keep their slim hopes of qualifying for the Champions League alive.

We've pieced together a four-fold accumulator priced at around 22/1.

Saturday Premier League four-fold acca:

Bournemouth to win @ 23/10
Manchester City to win and over 3.5 goals @ 10/11
Aston Villa to win @ 6/4
Liverpool to win @ 4/9

Four-fold pays out at 22/1

Odds correct at time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.

Bournemouth to pile further misery on Blues

WhatBournemouth v Chelsea
WhereVitality Stadium, Bournemouth
When15:00, Saturday 6th May 2023
OddsBournemouth 23/10, Draw 5/2, Chelsea 23/20

Chelsea's season shows no sign of improving as they continue to slump in the bottom half of the standings.

Sacking Graham Potter and bringing in Frank Lampard until the end of the term hasn't seen any lift in the level of performance and they've lost six in a row, scoring just twice and they are only ahead of 13th-placed Bournemouth on goal difference.

The Blues haven't finished in the bottom half of the Premier League since 1995/96 when they ended the term in 11th.

In contrast, Bournemouth are a club on the up and Gary O'Neil, who replaced Scott Parker in August, has done a remarkable job to steer them clear of the drop zone.

Bournemouth head into this clash sitting nine points clear of the relegation places with four games to play after winning five of their last seven fixtures.

They have registered three wins from their last five assignments at the Vitality, including a victory over Liverpool.

With the pressure off, Bournemouth look set to continue growing the feel-good factor around the club by adding another three points to their tally at the expense of Chelsea.

City can coast home

WhatManchester City v Leeds
WhereEtihad Stadium, Manchester
When15:00, Saturday 6th May 2023
How to watchSky Sports Main Event
OddsManchester City 1/6, Draw 15/2, Leeds 14/1

New Leeds manager Sam Allardyce boldly claimed in his first press conference: "I'm 68 but there's nobody ahead of me in football terms. Not Pep, not Klopp, not [Mikel] Arteta."

That's some claim as he looks to save the Whites from relegation and one that could come back to haunt him as he takes his new club to face Pep Guardiola's Manchester City on Saturday.

It's hard to see where Allardyce feels he has the edge over Guardiola with the Spaniard winning each of their four previous encounters.

Across those four fixtures, City have scored 16 goals and conceded just one in games with West Brom, Everton and Crystal Palace. That doesn't bode well when considering Leeds have been leaking goals of late, conceding 23 times across their last seven games.

City, meanwhile, can't stop scoring and have registered 40 goals in their last 11 fixtures across all competitions, including hitting seven past RB Leipzig and six past Burnley.

At the Etihad, City have won 14 in a row and they are unbeaten in 17 across all competitions, while five of their last eight at home have seen at least four goals scored.

Over 3.5 goals has also landed in three of Leeds' last four on the road, including a 4-1 loss at Bournemouth.

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Europe still on the cards for Emery's Villa

WhatWolves v Aston Villa
WhereMolineux, Wolverhampton
When15:00, Saturday 6th May 2023
OddsWolves 15/8, Draw 23/10, Aston Villa 6/4

Aston Villa's hopes of qualifying for Europe remain alive but they'll need to bounce back from a 1-0 loss at Manchester United when they travel to Wolves on Saturday.

Wolves are also hoping to bounce back themselves following a 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Brighton.

Villa sit eighth and are only behind seventh-placed Tottenham on goal difference, while they are a point adrift of Brighton in sixth, although the Seagulls have a game in hand.

The wheels haven't come off for Villa but, having won five in a row, it's now just one win from three after a draw at Brentford and the loss to United.

A trip to Wolves, who have lost two of their last three, could be the perfect opportunity to get back on track.

Wolves might well have already done enough to survive as they sit seven points clear of the relegation zone in 14th, although Julen Lopetegui would still argue he wants to build a bigger cushion.

Villa's desire to force their way into Europe seems to outweigh Wolves' heading into this clash and an away win appeals.

Fortress Anfield to stand firm

WhatLiverpool v Brentford
WhereAnfield, Liverpool
When17:30, Saturday 6th May 2023
OddsLiverpool 4/9, Draw 4/1, Brentford 5/1

Liverpool have only lost once at Anfield in the league this season and they have picked up 40 of their 59 points when hosting.

It's astounding how much better they tend to perform on their own patch but that should stand them in good stead to see off Brentford.

The Reds' hopes of finishing in the top four are still rumbling along too following Manchester United's 1-0 loss at Brighton on Thursday.

Liverpool are four points behind fourth-placed United, who have a game in hand, and need to secure a win on Saturday to keep the pressure on.

Visitors Brentford, like Liverpool, do their best work at home - sealing 31 of their 50 points at Gtech Community Stadium - and they've only won one of their last four on the road.

Losses at Wolves and United suggest Brentford's season is starting to fizzle out and Liverpool should be able to take advantage.

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