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Premier League Saturday Accumulator: In-form Brighton feature in 97/1 acca

There are no less than six Premier League matches taking place on Saturday, beginning with top-four chasing Liverpool's trip to relegation-threatened Bournemouth at 12:30.

Nottingham Forest's trip to Tottenham is one of three games kicking off at 15:00, the other three being Everton v Brentford, Leeds v Brighton and Leicester v Chelsea, while the final encounter of the day will see title-chasing Manchester City head to Crystal Palace at 17:30.

Our 97/1 acca includes the Reds' clash against the Cherries on the south coast, the 15:00 contests involving the Bees, the Seagulls and the Foxes, and City's trip to Selhurst Park. 

Saturday five-fold acca:

Our Premier League five-fold selection is priced up at 97/1.

Liverpool to win and both teams to score @ 15/8

Everton v Brentford - Under 2.5 Goals @ 4/6

Brighton to win to nil @ 5/2

Leicester v Chelsea - Double Chance Leicester @ 4/5

Manchester City to win and both teams to score @ 9/4

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Reds to continue Champions League push

WhatBournemouth v Liverpool
WhereVitality Stadium, Bournemouth
When12:30, Saturday 11th March
How to watchBT Sport 1
OddsBournemouth 13/2, Draw 4/1, Liverpool 2/5

It has not been a vintage season from Liverpool but a victory at rock-bottom Bournemouth on Saturday would move Jurgen Klopp's men into fourth position, something which looked unlikely a couple of months ago.

Barring the 5-2 hammering at the hands of Real Madrid in the Champions League, the Reds have been in decent form and they are unbeaten in their last five league games, the most recent of those a 7-0 thrashing of Manchester United.

As for Bournemouth, they have only managed one win from their last 12 across all competitions and they haven't tasted success at the Vitality Stadium since 11th November - a 3-0 win over Everton.

The Cherries did give a good account of themselves against Arsenal last time out, as they went 2-0 up before the Gunners roared back to triumph 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium.

While the south-coast outfit present a threat going forward, their record of 51 goals conceded is the worst in the division and they will find it difficult to keep out a free-scoring Liverpool side.

Backing Liverpool and Yes in Result/Both Teams to Score at 15/8 looks like the smart play.

Low-scoring affair on Merseyside

WhatEverton v Brentford
WhereGoodison Park, Liverpool
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsEverton 17/10, Draw 9/4, Brentford 17/10

Brentford head to Merseyside on a 12-game unbeaten run in the league and the club are dreaming about a potential European finish, with fourth-place Tottenham seven points ahead of them.

The Bees take on an Everton side that are without a win in three and are currently sat 18th in the standings, with their inferior goal difference what is keeping them in the relegation spots.

While the formbook suggests this should be an away win, Thomas Frank's men have not been as impressive away from home as they have at the Gtech Community Stadium, winning just two of their 11 road assignments in the league.

As for Everton, they have improved under Sean Dyche at home, winning two of three matches since the former Burnley boss took over, with all of those contests seeing under 2.5 goals.

Brentford's last three away games have also seen under 2.5 goals and the 4/6 on this happening again in Saturday's clash is a bet worth taking.

Seagulls to pile misery on Leeds

WhatLeeds v Brighton
WhereElland Road, Leeds
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsLeeds 11/4, Draw 13/5, Brighton 19/20

It is desperate times for Leeds as they are only outside of the relegation zone on goal difference and they face a tough visit of European hopefuls Brighton on Saturday.

The Whites have lost five of their last seven matches across all competitions - all of those defeats coming to nil - and a misfiring forward line coupled with a fragile defence is not a good combination.

Robert De Zerbi's men arrive at Elland Road off the back of a 4-0 thumping of West Ham, the Seagulls' second straight victory to nil after overcoming Stoke 1-0 in the FA Cup.

Confidence is high in Brighton's camp and another Win To Nil, priced at 5/2, is hard to ignore.

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Foxes to frustrate Chelsea

WhatLeicester v Chelsea
WhereKing Power Stadium, Leicester
When15:00, Saturday 11th March
OddsLeicester 11/4, Draw 5/2, Chelsea 19/20

Graham Potter has finally managed to receive some respite over the past week, as his Chelsea side followed up a 1-0 win over Leeds with a 2-0 victory over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.

The best route for returning to Europe's top-tier competition next season looks to be through winning the tournament this year, so it can be argued their Premier League focus won't be as high.

Chelsea are without a win in their last eight away league games, but they have drawn four of those and another share of the spoils could be on the cards in the East Midlands.

Leicester's form has nosedived of late and they are on a four-game losing streak across all competitions, but three of those defeats have come by a one-goal margin and that shows they are competing well.

With the Foxes still in a relegation battle, their need for points is greater than Chelsea's right now, but this could be a tight affair and the best play seems to be backing Leicester in the Double Chance market at 4/5.

City to continue title push

WhatCrystal Palace v Manchester City
WhereSelhurst Park, South London
When17:30, Saturday 11th March
How to watchSky Sports Main Event and Premier League
OddsCrystal Palace 8/1, Draw 15/4, Man City 4/11

Manchester City will be looking to cut the gap to leaders Arsenal to just two points with a victory at struggling Crystal Palace on Saturday evening.

The Citizens have won their last three outings and are unbeaten in seven across all competitions, a run of games that has seen them score 17 goals but only keep two clean sheets.

While Pep Guardiola's side should have enough to overcome the Eagles, who are on a 10-game winless run across all competitions, there is a chance the visitors' defence will be breached.

City are unbeaten in their last five away assignments, but they have only kept one clean sheet during that run against Championship outfit Bristol City and Palace will fancy their chances of getting on the scoresheet.

Patrick Vieira's troops have scored at least twice in two of the last three meetings with the Citizens, while they have also netted in three of their last five top-flight matches.

Backing City and Yes in Result/Both Teams to Score at 9/4 looks a solid play.

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