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Premier League Saturday Accumulator: Relegation trio fancied to land in 38/1 acca

There are six games scheduled to take place in the Premier League on Saturday and we have picked out a four-fold acca that, if successful, will pay out 38/1.

The action gets going at 15:00 when four games are lined up with the potential to have an impact at both ends of the table.

Arsenal hit the road to face Leicester, Everton host Aston Villa, Leeds welcome Southampton to Elland Road and West Ham face Nottingham Forest at the London Stadium.

At 17:30, Bournemouth meet Manchester City on the south coast and then it's Crystal Palace at home to Liverpool at 19:45.

Saturday's four-fold acca:

Our four selections picked out make up an appealing accumulator at 38/1:

Everton to win @ 6/4

Southampton to win @ 3/1

West Ham to win @ 3/4

Manchester City to win and under 3.5 goals @ 5/4

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

Toffees tough to beat at home

WhatEverton v Aston Villa
WhereGoodison Park, Liverpool
When15:00, Saturday 25th February 2023
OddsEverton 6/4, Draw 11/5, Aston Villa 2/1

Everton will attempt to pull further clear of relegation danger when they welcome Aston Villa to Goodison Park.

Last weekend's 1-0 victory at home to Leeds saw Everton climb out of the drop zone for the first time since 31st December.

Sean Dyche's arrival on 30th January has undoubtedly raised spirits in the blue half of Merseyside, having sealed successive home victories over Arsenal and Leeds either side of a loss at Liverpool.

Picking up points at Goodison Park will be Dyche's primary goal for the remainder of the campaign and the visit of Villa offers another big opportunity.

After experiencing the benefit of a managerial change of their own, Villa make the trip on the back of three successive defeats.

Villa do tend to perform better at home, picking up 17 of their 28 points on their own patch. leading to the feeling that they will come up short against Everton here.

Saints to come through relegation six-pointer

WhatLeeds v Southampton
WhereElland Road, Leeds
When15:00, Saturday 25th February 2023
OddsLeeds 19/20, Draw 5/2, Southampton 3/1 

After a protracted search for Jesse Marsch's successor, Leeds confirmed the appointment of former Watford boss Javi Gracia on Tuesday.

Gracia needs to hit the ground running with the Whites and Saturday's home clash against relegation rivals Southampton could be season-defining.

Leeds sit a point and a place above rock-bottom Southampton after the latter closed the gap courtesy of a 1-0 win at Chelsea last weekend.

Ruben Selles is now in charge of the south coast club following the dismissal of Nathan Jones.

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Selles would have been delighted with the commitment, passion and discipline on show when they took three points away from Stamford Bridge.

A second successive triumph looks possible when taking into account Leeds' record at home.

They've failed to win any of their last four league outings at Elland Road and have only tasted victory at home on three occasions this term.

Southampton, meanwhile, have won two of their last three on the road, including a morale-boosting three points away at Everton.

Travel sick Forest to struggle in the capital

WhatWest Ham v Nottingham Forest
WhereLondon Stadium, London
When15:00, Saturday 25th February 2023
OddsWest Ham 3/4, Draw 13/5, Nottingham Forest 4/1

Nottingham Forest's hopes of surviving have been boosted recently but only thanks to their performances at the City Ground.

They start the weekend in 13th after avoiding defeat in their last eight when hosting - winning four and drawing four.

Even Manchester City were unable to halt that run last weekend when they were held to a 1-1 draw.

However, Forest's results on the road have been hugely underwhelming, picking up a joint-low six points.

That should offer West Ham, who have relegation concerns of their own, considerable optimism ahead of this clash at the London Stadium.

West Ham have only won one of their last 11 league assignments, losing seven during that sequence, but they are unbeaten in two when hosting.

The Hammers, like Forest, raise their level when in familiar surroundings and they look a solid option to come out on top.

City can get back on track

WhatBournemouth v Manchester City
WhereVitality Stadium, Bournemouth
When 17:30, Saturday 25th February 2023
How to watch Sky Sports Main Event
Odds Bournemouth 9/1, Draw 19/4, Manchester City 2/7

Manchester City's title challenge has hit a rocky road over recent weeks after dropping points in four of their last nine games.

They dominated for large parts of last weekend's trip to Nottingham Forest but were denied the win by a late Chris Wood strike.

After drawing 1-1 at RB Leipzig in the Champions League on Wednesday, attention returns to domestic action and trying to keep the pressure on Arsenal on Saturday.

A trip to Bournemouth should provide them with the perfect tonic, especially when taking into account their recent visits to the Vitality Stadium.

Bournemouth have lost all five previous Premier League meetings at home and they aren't expected to buck that trend this time.

The Cherries are without a victory at the Vitality since 12th November, and have only recorded three wins in front of their home fans all season.

But they do tend to make life difficult for teams visiting with just 12 goals conceded across their 11 home fixtures, in stark contrast to the 32 they've shipped on the road.

It's also worth noting that City are the top scorers in the league, netting 60 times, but only 19 of them have come away from the Etihad.

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