Football Accumulator Tips
Brondby have reignited their Danish title defence with six consecutive wins in the Superliga. The Drengene fra Vestegnen take a break from league duties with a Danish Cup quarter-final tie against Midtjylland on Sunday, having claimed a 2-1 win at their opponents in the league at the end of last month.
Trabzonspor lead the way in Turkey’s Super Lig with a 10-point advantage over their nearest rivals. Trabzonspor have won their last seven league games ahead of the visit of Adana Demirspor on Saturday.
Over the course of the last six games no team in one of Europe’s top divisions has fared better than Shakhtar Donetsk, who have scored 18 goals and conceded just three during that run. They will look to extend their winning run at FK Lviv on Friday.
Olympiakos have won their last six games in the Super League and only Eintracht Frankfurt have managed to beat them in any competition since August. The Greek league leaders bid to continue their winning run when they head to OFI Crete on Saturday.
Porto boast Europe’s longest ongoing winning streak in a domestic top flight and head to Portimonense on Friday seeking a ninth successive victory.
Sporting head into Friday’s Lisbon derby at Benfica seeking an eighth successive victory in Portugal’s top flight.
Over 2.5 goals has been a winning bet in 10 of Atalanta’s last 12 games in all competitions and in six of their last seven away games. There have been at least three goals scored in seven of Napoli’s last 10 fixtures.
PSG have six wins in their last 10 games and both teams have scored in all of those victories. Lens have only failed to score in one of their eight home games in Ligue 1.
Real Madrid have stormed to the top of the standings thanks to a seven-game unbeaten run, with six wins and one draw. Sociedad have hit a rough patch and have lost two of their last three games.
Ferreira are winless in their last six games in all competitions and have lost their last three. Guimaraes have three wins in their last five and their only away losses in the league have come at title chasing Porto and Sporting.
Lorient have lost each of their last five league games, scoring just once during that run. Nantes are unbeaten in each of the last four away H2Hs.
Six of Monaco’s last seven victories also saw their opposition score. Monaco conceded five times across their last five home games. Monaco scored 14 goals across the last four Ligue 1 home H2Hs. Metz scored six times across their last five away games,
Montpellier have three wins in their last five games and have won four of their last seven at home (D2, L1). Clermont have lost five of their last six games, with one draw.
Spezia have only kept one clean sheet this season, and have conceded 34 goals in 15 league games, the worst defensive record in Serie A. Sassuolo have scored twice in each of their last four games, and average two goals per game on the road this season. Both teams have scored in each of Sassuolo’s last nine.
Stoke have lost two out of three games since Harry Souttar was lost to injury for the rest of the season. QPR have won four and drawn one of their last five Championship games. QPR have won five of their last six home Championship fixtures, keeping four clean sheets.
Stuttgart kept just one clean sheet across their last nine games. Hertha have just one clean sheet across their last 14 games. Hertha have lost five of their seven away games. VfB beat Mainz 2-1 in their last home game.
There have been three or more goals in Elche’s last three home games. There have been over 2.5 goals in each of Cadiz’s last three games and in five of their last seven away.
Both teams have scored in seven of Macarthur’s last eight home games stretching back into last season and they have only failed to score in one of their last 10 at home. Both teams to score has landed in both of Central Coast’s A-League games this term and in four of their last five away games.
Melbourne Victory have won their opening two games. Perth Glory lost their last away game at Western United. The visitors lost seven of their 13 away fixtures last season.
Bologna have won four of their last five Serie A games, including their last two. Sinisa Mihajlovic’s team have won five of eight home league games this term, scoring 14 goals. Fiorentina have lost their last four away games.
Dundee United have only failed to score in one of their last six home games. There have been goals at both ends in 11 of Celtic’s 13 away games this season and they are yet to keep a clean sheet on their travels.
Both teams have scored in the last five home Rochdale league and FA Cup matches. Both teams have scored in five of the last seven Plymouth Argyle away contests.
Rayo Vallecano have the best home record in the division this season with six wins from seven games. Espanyol are on a run of 16 away La Liga games without a victory. Vallecano have kept clean sheets in two of their last three home matches.
Leeds have just one defeat in their last five games and are unbeaten in their last four at home (W2, D2). Leeds have managed clean sheets in each of their last two fixtures. Brentford have lost two of their last three away games, with one draw.
Lorient are winless in their last nine games and have lost their last five. The hosts have managed just one goal in their last five. Nantes have picked up points at Lille and Monaco this season and are unbeaten in each of the last four away H2Hs.
Gladbach have scored 11 goals across their last three home games. Five of the last seven H2Hs produced at least three goals in total. Freiburg conceded twice in defeat in each of their last three Bundesliga games.
Levante are the only team in La Liga yet to win, with seven draws and eight defeats from 15 games so far. Osasuna have avoided defeat in 10 of their 15 games and their two away defeats have come at teams currently in the top four.
Alex: Montpellier broke their two-match losing streak in midweek with a dominant performance at Metz and they should have more than enough about them to see off a sinking Clermont side on Sunday.
Gareth: Sassuolo are unbeaten in their last three, a run that has included a win at title chasing AC Milan and a draw with current pacesetters Napoli. The Neroverdi head to a struggling Spezia outfit who have lost 10 of their 15 Serie A games on Sunday and they can come away with all three points.
Liam: Hertha are on a four-game winless run in the Bundesliga and are worth opposing against Stuttgart this week. Stuttgart have had an inconsistent season so far but pushed Dortmund close in a 2-1 defeat before seeing off Mainz by the same scoreline in their last two matches and look a decent selection at odds-against.
Joe: Villa were winners over Brighton and Crystal Palace before a moment of brilliance from Bernardo Silva was the difference in their midweek encounter with Man City. Only Norwich, Watford and Newcastle have conceded more than Leicester’s 25 and their defensive weaknesses are there to be exploited by a rejuvenated Villa side.
Ian: Chesterfield have lost just one of their 17 league matches and have failed to score in just one of their last 14 on the road. They have scored 35 goals in the league and although Salford are unbeaten in their last five matches, City have failed to justify pre-season optimism and cannot afford to be lacking in application against confident opponents.
Leeds are unbeaten in their last four home games (W2, D2). Leeds have managed clean sheets in each of their last two fixtures. Brentford have lost two of their last three away games, with one draw.
Manchester United are unbeaten in three games since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s exit (W2, D1). United have kept just two clean sheets in their last 12 games. Palace have scored in eight of their last nine fixtures.
Both teams have scored in four of Norwich’s last five games. Tottenham have conceded six goals in their last five competitive matches. Both teams have scored in each of the last three meetings between these sides.
Over 2.5 goals has landed in six of Aston Villa’s last eight games. Leicester have seen at least three goals scored in nine of their last 12 outings.
Las Palmas have won five of their last six home games and have six wins in nine games at home in La Liga 2 (D2, L1). Gijon have lost six of their last nine games. The visitors are winless in their last seven away games in the league and have lost three of their last four.
Bordeaux are winless in their last four games and have lost three of those. Lyon have six wins in their last nine overall and have won their last two away games.
Genoa are on a 12-match winless run in Serie A, failing to score in their last three. Juventus’s last five league wins have all been to nil. Juve have won the last five head-to-head meetings, all played within the last two years.
Estoril sit just one place and one point below Braga in the Portuguese top flight and have just one defeat in 15 league games. Estoril are unbeaten in their last eight and are unbeaten away from home in the league. Braga have failed to win three of their six home games.
Football Accumulator FAQs
What is an accumulator bet?
Also known as an ‘acca’, an accumulator is one bet made up of multiple selections. All selections must win for the bet to be successful. Returns are calculated by multiplying the stake by the odds, then multiplying the total return by the second set of odds, and so on.
Accumulators are particularly popular in football, where punters enjoy placing lots of short odds selections into one bet to bring in big winnings – often with the help of our football accumulator tips!
What are the advantages of an accumulator bet?
There are two main reasons why punters love our accumulator tips. Firstly, the returns can be huge thanks to the long odds that multiple selections can create. Secondly, they can be fun and highly absorbing. If the bets come in at different times, tension is built up. If they are happening simultaneously there are thrills and spills galore as punters look to see how all their bets are faring. Either way, the satisfaction of landing an acca like the one below is unparalleled! It’s why punters love a good football accumulator tip.
How do you place an accumulator bet?
First off you’ll want to see if any good free bets or special offers are available with the bookmakers – our free bets page is great for this. Then take a look at what specific bets you want to place. For all football bets, take a look at our predictions hub, offering previews, stats and tips for all the week’s football. Choose a few of your favourites and put them into an accumulator bet slip with your chosen bookmaker. When it comes to accumulators, punters normally opt for bets with short odds to boost their chances of winning. But if you want big returns, go for longer odds. It’s up to you!
How to work out accumulator odds?
Returns on an accumulator are calculated by multiplying the stake by the odds, then multiplying the total return by the second set of odds, and so on. The easiest manual way to find your total odds is to use the following formula:
1 X (2/1 +1) X (3/1 +1) X (5/1+1) X (8/1 +1) = Total Odds
Or alternatively, you can use an online bet calculator to find your winnings.
How do you win big on football accumulators?
The best way is to be informed. Follow our football accumulator tips on this page, or for more tips from our football betting experts, make sure to check out our football tips page. Besides this, placing bets on bigger odds and increasing your stake would be the mathematical way to win big. Football accumulators give you the perfect opportunity to do this.
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How does an each way accumulator work?
Each way accumulators are most often employed in horse racing. These bets are designed to ensure punters still win something if their bet doesn’t win outright. In this sense, a second bet is included which requires all selections to ‘place’ (come close to winning), and would return a profit at a fraction of the price. To use horse racing as an example, this could be on horses to ‘place’ in the top 3 of a race, for example. The definition of ‘placing’ depends on the terms of the each way bet.
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