There are seven games to enjoy in the Premier League on Saturday and we've picked out a four-fold acca worth 56/1.
West Ham host Chelsea in a London derby to get the action up and running at 12:30 before five games take place at 15:00.
League leaders Arsenal feature in that quintet of games when they look to return to winning ways at the expense of Brentford.
Elsewhere, Crystal Palace host Brighton, Nottingham Forest head to Fulham, Leicester and Tottenham meet at the King Power and Wolves travel to Southampton.
Top-four chasing Newcastle make the long trip south to take on relegation-threatened Bournemouth in the 17:30 fixture.
We have taken a look through the games on offer and picked out four bets to make up an accumulator worth 56/1.
Under 1.5 goals - West Ham v Chelsea @ 2/1
Brighton to win @ 1/1
Wolves to win to nil @ 3/1
Newcastle to win to nil @ 11/8
Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.
|What||West Ham v Chelsea|
|Where||London Stadium, London|
|When||12:30, Saturday 11th February 2023|
|How to watch||BT Sport 1|
|Odds||West Ham 23/10, Draw 23/10, Chelsea 5/4|
West Ham and Chelsea are both dealing with issues, as the former battle against relegation and the latter look extremely unlikely to secure a top-four spot.
Therefore, Saturday's meeting at the London Stadium is hugely important, even more so as fans hope to come away with bragging rights.
The Hammers are just a point above the bottom three and they've consistently struggled to score goals this term.
Only four clubs have registered fewer than West Ham's paltry tally of 18, while the misfiring Hammers have failed to score in two of their last three home league games.
Chelsea, who have been without several key figures due to injury, are also goal-shy with just 22 to their name - the lowest of any club placed in the top 11.
There is a trend of this fixture failing to deliver in front of goal with under 1.5 goals, which is available at 2/1, landing in three of the last five at the London Stadium.
|What||Crystal Palace v Brighton|
|Where||Selhurst Park, London|
|When||15:00, Saturday 11th February 2023|
|Odds||Crystal Palace 14/5, Draw 5/2, Brighton 1/1|
Brighton are rightly dreaming of securing a European berth with Roberto De Zerbi continuing the fine work done by his predecessor Graham Potter.
The Seagulls start the weekend in sixth, five points adrift of fifth place Tottenham and six adrift of Newcastle in fourth with games in hand on both of those sides.
They've amassed 34 points so far this season with 17 of those claimed at home and 17 on the road.
De Zerbi's men have the fifth best away record in the division and are unbeaten in four on their travels, winning three during that sequence.
That bodes well for Saturday's trip to Selhurst Park as Crystal Palace appear to be losing their way, especially at home.
The Eagles have failed to win in four home fixtures, losing twice, and Brighton look great value at 1/1 To Win.
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|What||Southampton v Wolves|
|Where||St Mary's, Southampton|
|When||15:00, Saturday 11th February 2023|
|Odds||Southampton 19/10, Draw 11/5, Wolves 31/20|
Southampton and Wolves have both switched things up in the dugout this season but it's the latter that appears to have enjoyed the biggest benefit.
Julen Lopetegui has lifted Wolves from 18th to 15th after picking up 10 points from a possible 18.
Wolves have won three of their six games with the Spaniard at the helm, including a 3-0 triumph over Liverpool last time out, in stark contrast to the two victories they recorded in the previous 15.
Momentum is clearly building for the Molineux outfit and they can further boost their survival hopes when they head to rock-bottom Southampton.
Nathan Jones has only led Southampton to one win since he took charge on 12th November with the other six Premier League outings ending in defeat.
They've failed to score in three of those fixtures and could struggle to register against a well-organised Wolves.
Lopetegui's side have kept two clean sheets in their last three league engagements and they are 2/1 to Win to Nil on Saturday.
|What||Bournemouth v Newcastle|
|Where||Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth|
|When||17:30, Saturday 11th February 2023|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Main Event|
|Odds||Bournemouth 11/2, Draw 3/1, Newcastle 8/15|
Newcastle are unbeaten in 16 league games and remain firmly in the mix for a top-four finish, despite drawing four of their last five.
A return to winning ways looks highly likely on Saturday, though, with a trip to Bournemouth expected to reap the maximum three points.
The Magpies have the third-best away record in the division while Bournemouth have only won three of their 10 home fixtures.
Bournemouth have only picked up one victory from their last five league games at the Vitality, losing three during that run, and it's tough to see them improving on that record here.
A Newcastle Win to Nil, available at 11/8, makes up the final leg of our four-fold accumulator.
Eddie Howe's side boast the best defensive record in the league and no side has conceded fewer than their tally of six on the road.