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Premier League Saturday Accumulator: Brentford win included in 44/1 acca

There are five Premier League fixtures on Saturday including top-four hopefuls Tottenham's trip to face bottom club Southampton at St Mary's at 15:00.

Bournemouth will be bidding to follow up their shock win over Liverpool when they travel to Aston Villa, while in-form Brentford host Leicester City and Wolves take on Leeds United at Molineux.

It could be a significant day in the relegation battle as Everton are away to Chelsea at 17:30, but our Saturday acca focuses on the four 15:00 fixtures, with selections from the games at Villa, Brentford, Southampton and Wolves combined in a big-priced multiple.

Saturday four-fold acca:

Our Premier League four-fold selection is priced up at 44/1

Aston Villa to win & both teams to score v Bournemouth @ 11/4
Brentford to beat Leicester @ 10/11
Southampton v Tottenham - Under 2.5 Goals @ 4/5
Wolves to win to nil v Leeds @ 5/2

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

Cherries can play their part in entertaining contest

WhatAston Villa v Bournemouth
WhereVilla Park, Birmingham
When15:00, Saturday 18th March
OddsAston Villa 7/10, Draw 14/5, Bournemouth 4/1

Aston Villa are eyeing a top-half finish in the Premier League and they are expected to bank another three points at home to visitors Bournemouth.

However, Villa boss Unai Emery will be taking nothing for granted after Bournemouth's last two efforts - a 3-2 defeat at leaders Arsenal, where they led 2-0 before going down to a 97th-minute goal, and a famous 1-0 home win over Liverpool.

Given that the Cherries had lost the reverse fixture 9-0 at Anfield, and Liverpool had put seven past Manchester United the previous weekend, manager Gary O'Neil will have been delighted with that result and his side can trouble the Villa defence.

Bournemouth resumed their campaign after the World Cup with four straight defeats to nil in the league, but they have now scored in six of their last seven outings.

That run includes fixtures against Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City and Newcastle United, so backing Aston Villa to win and Yes in Result/Both Teams to Score looks a decent bet at 11/4.

Villa have scored at least once in each of their last 13 league games, but have kept only three clean sheets in 13 matches at Villa Park this term and lost 2-0 away to Bournemouth in their season opener.

Bees worth backing to extend home streak

WhatBrentford v Leicester City
WhereBrentford Community Stadium, London
When15:00, Saturday 18th March
OddsBrentford 10/11, Draw 13/5, Leicester 11/4

Brentford won 2-0 at Southampton in the Premier League and they can cap another impressive week with a home victory over Leicester City.

The Bees are expected to see off the faltering Foxes and home striker Ivan Toney will be full of confidence after earning a call-up to the England squad for the Euro 2024 qualifiers against Italy and Ukraine.

Only Erling Haaland and Harry Kane have scored more top-flight goals this season than Toney, who took his league tally to 16 with the opener at St Mary's.

But Brentford's success is a team effort and they have been outstanding at home this term, with their only defeat coming against leaders Arsenal.

Manchester United, Liverpool and Brighton are among the visiting teams beaten at the Brentford Community Stadium so Thomas Frank's side have little to fear from struggling Leicester.

The Foxes are perilously close to the relegation zone after four straight defeats and they have taken just five points from 15 matches against top-half teams such as Brentford, who appeal at 10/11 in the Full Time Result market.

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Spurs may struggle to cut loose at St Mary's

WhatSouthampton v Tottenham
WhereSt Mary's, Southampton
When15:00, Saturday 18th March
OddsSouthampton 15/4, Draw 13/5, Tottenham 3/4

Southampton start the weekend at the bottom of the table, but they are well in touch with their survival rivals and are unlikely to roll over for visitors Tottenham.

Saints went down 2-0 at home to Brentford in midweek, but their previous four results under Ruben Selles were a goalless draw at Manchester United, 1-0 wins over Leicester and Chelsea, and a 1-0 loss at Leeds.

Tottenham thumped Southampton 4-1 in the reverse fixture and this match-up tends to produce plenty of goals.

However, Spurs lost 1-0 at Sheffield United in the FA Cup, went out of the Champions League 1-0 on aggregate against AC Milan and five of their last seven league games have had Under 2.5 goals, which is a tempting 4/5 at St Mary's.

Lack of firepower leaves Leeds vulnerable

WhatWolves v Leeds United
WhereMolineux, Wolverhampton
When15:00, Saturday 18th March
OddsWolves 5/4, Draw 11/5, Leeds 23/10

Another cagey contest could be on the cards at Molineux, where Leeds United, who start this round of fixtures in the bottom three, may struggle to land a blow on hosts Wolves.

Both clubs have changed their manager this season in a bid to ensure top-flight survival and Julen Lopetegui's arrival at Wolves in December is looking like a smart appointment.

Wanderers are hardly prolific, scoring just 20 times in 27 league matches, but it may only take one goal to see off struggling Leeds.

Wolves have kept clean sheets in all five of their home wins this season. Their last three games at Molineux produced a 3-0 victory against Liverpool and a 1-0 win over Tottenham either side of a 1-0 defeat to Bournemouth, who scored with their only shot on target.

Leeds have lost three of their last four away matches, failing to score in all three defeats, so Wolves To Win to Nil is a nice price at 5/2.

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