A risky and more exciting bet market, Football Accumulator or ACCA is a combination of bets with combined odds for a giant payout. To get this bet paid out all the matches selected must have a favorable result.
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Tony Pulis' men have lost to Chelsea and Manchester United in their last three games and rarely put up a fight against the big boys. So even though Arsenal come into this clash on the back of successive defeats to Everton and Manchester City, they will surely get back on track here.
The Gunners have a fine home record against West Brom, racking up five wins in a row at the Emirates in this fixture, including a 2-0 victory in the Baggies' last visit. But a close game is likely - there have been under 2.5 goals scored in nine of West Brom's last 11 away matches - so Arsenal to win with under 2.5 goals scored is recommended.
With Everton having lost their last four away games in the Premier League, they are the perfect visitors for a struggling Leicester side.
While the defending champions have been extremely poor away from home, at the King Power Stadium they remain a serious threat, having recently dismantled Manchester City thanks to a trio of early goals.
They have lost just once in 23 matches in front of their own fans - that's a whole season at home - and are surely fantastic value at 23/10.
After winning four games in a row, United are clearly settling into a groove under Jose Mourinho and the visit of Sunderland is unlikely to halt the juggernaut.
David Moyes returns to Old Trafford and while the Black Cats have been picking up points at home, they have lost five out of their last six matches on the road in the Premier League.
That streak will surely continue here, where United are hot favourites to take the points. For more value, United HT/FT at 3/4 is recommended as Mourinho's men have led at half-time and full-time in their last three Premier League games.
Manchester City to beat Hull with over 2.5 goals scored
Hull are without a win in their last six Premier League games and that sequence is unlikely to come to an end against Manchester City on Boxing Day at the KCOM Stadium.
Pep Guardiola's men have won their last two games to end a sticky spell and they score freely away from home, scoring at least two goals in seven of their last eight away matches.
With over 2.5 goals scored in seven of City's last eight games on the road goals look likely, with Hull unlikely to be able to stem the flow, so back City to win with over 2.5 goals scored at 17/20.
Rounding off our December 26 accumulator is Chelsea v Bournemouth, with the Premier League leaders aiming to record a 12th straight victory. Bournemouth are inconsistent, losing three of their last six matches but winning the other three, while the Cherries were victorious at Stamford Bridge last season, recording a famous 1-0 win.
There is a chance of an upset here, especially as the key Blues pair N'Golo Kante and Diego Costa are suspended, which offers Bournemouth hope. Chelsea tend to win narrowly but Bournemouth should get on the scoresheet, so both teams to score at 19/20 is the tip here.