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96/1 Premier League Player Specials acca for Super Sunday
Aaron Rogan
Aaron Rogan
November 6, 2021
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Before becoming a Sports Journalist for Free Super Tips, Aaron spent three years studying Sports Journalism at the University of Sunderland while taking in the Black Cats' 'glory years' under Martin O'Neill. Now back in Northern Ireland he turns niche stats into predictions for FST, while he's one of the few people on this island who is equally comfortable at Windsor Park and the Aviva.

Just before the international break kicks in, we have four Premier League fixtures on Sunday. On top of West Ham’s clash with Liverpool there are three 2pm matches, so there’s plenty of football still to come this weekend.

We’ve picked out our best bets for those over in our Premier League predictions, but we’ve also taken a look through the player specials markets.

From goals to yellow cards and number of tackles there are plenty of ways to bet on individual players. We’ve ran through all those markets to put together a huge 96/1 fivefold from across Super Sunday’s action.

Premier League Player Specials Accumulator

Arsenal vs Watford

Juraj Kucka to be booked

The Watford midfielder has certainly had an impact this term, committing 2.3 fouls per game so far. He’s regularly breaking up play and that’s going to be important away to Arsenal. While this isn’t the Arsene Wenger side of old, expect the Gunners to dominate on the ball here.

Kucka will be busy in the middle of the park and we expect him to add to the two yellow cards he’s picked up so far. That total is quite low for a player who has made fouls so frequently so there’s value to be had backing him for a card.

Ismaila Sarr 1+ shots on target

Our second tip at the Emirates is a shot on target for Sarr. He’s not proven to be Watford’s biggest scoring threat so far, but that’s not for a lack of trying. The forward takes 2.4 shots per game, with 1.3 shots on target per outing. He actually averages more shots on target away than at home and this Arsenal side still give away too many chances.

Everton vs Tottenham

Richarlison to be booked

The Brazilian forward isn’t the go-to man when you think of a player to get into trouble but he has averaged 1.7 fouls per game this season. The forward has also picked up four bookings across his last seven games for club and country. Back him to pick up another booking here.

Leeds vs Leicester

Kalvin Phillips to be booked

Our third and final player to be booked is Leeds’ Kalvin Phillips, who has been flying under the radar with referees so far this season. Despite making 2.1 fouls per game this season – more than any player across these two sides – Phillips has only picked up one yellow card.

Last season he averaged 1.6 fouls per game, but was booked 10 times in total. Clearly the midfielder hasn’t changed his game, he’s just avoiding the referees’ notebook at the moment. However, he was booked for England earlier this season and we think its worth backing Phillips to be cautioned considering his track record in the top flight.

West Ham vs Liverpool

Declan Rice to make 3+ tackles

Our final selection backs a busy evening for the West Ham midfield on Sunday. Across both of these sides, of the players to make at last five appearances none have averaged more tackles per game than Declan Rice.

The Hammers’ midfielder has averaged 2.5 tackles per game so far, but it’s hard to imagine any of their previous tests will match up to facing Liverpool. Rice will be under pressure to cover a lot of ground against arguably the best forward line in the game. Back him to make at least three tackles this weekend.

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