Sunday's edition of the Daily Acca is an all-Premier League affair, as Paul Robinson has put together a 6/1 treble across the three 16:30 KO's. Here are his selections:
The Acca pays approximately 6/1
Palace to keep Arsenal in their sights
Bet 1: Back Crystal Palace +2 Goals @ 8/15 - KO 16:30 BST
The Eagles were tipped as candidates for relegation this season, and that was even after they kept Wilfried Zaha.
The winger is yet to score this season - he has been playing okay though - but Roy Hodgson has still managed to take them to sixth place in the table at the start of the weekend - just one point behind the Gunners.
Palace have done very well away from Selhurst Park over the last year or so, and they have already won at Manchester United and West Ham this season. The only away game where they have been beaten by more than one goal came at Spurs.
Unai Emery's men have won three of their four at the Emirates this term, but all three wins were by a single goal margin, and they were involved in Europa League action on Thursday.
Norwich to return to type against United
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Norwich v Man United @ 4/7 - KO 16:30 BST
The Canaries have had plenty of praise in the media this season, but the fact remains that they have lost six of their nine fixtures, and conceded 21 goals.
Daniel Farke's men did have a very rare 0-0 at Bournemouth last weekend, but I wouldn't back them to keep a second clean sheet - even at Carrow Road.
I do expect them to score at least once against United though, as United themselves are yet to stop their opponents from scoring in their away matches.
Spurs to score but it won't be enough
Bet 3: Back Liverpool & BTTS @ 9/5 - KO 16:30 BST
The big game of the day comes from Anfield, where I can't see anything other than a home win.
The Reds put an underwhelming draw at Old Trafford behind them during the week, by easing to a 4-1 victory in Genk, and Mo Salah was back in the team - and amongst the goals.
Spurs blew away their opponents in the same competition, but this is a different test entirely, and prior to that 5-0 win, they had gone three without a win.
Jurgen Klopp's defence haven't been as good as they were last season though, and with all four of their home victories coming without a clean sheet, I expect a Tottenham goal.
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