Football Accumulator Tips
Emmen have ended a run of four straight defeats by winning their last two games. Meanwhile, Sparta Rotterdam have lost three in a row, leaving them without a win in seven games (D2 L5).
Schalke have lost nine of their 12 home games and 16 of their 23 Bundesliga games overall this season. The hosts have suffered four straight defeats at their own ground and that should allow a Mainz side with three wins from their last six – including a win at Gladbach in their last trip – to take the points.
Wisla have won three of their last four games, while they’ve won their last two at home. Meanwhile, Gornik have been beaten in five of their last seven overall, a run which has seen them lose three away trips on the bounce.
Cambuur have won five of their last six, with each victory coming by at least two goals. The home side have won by two or more in all of their 10 home victories this term, while over half of Telstar’s away losses have been by two goals or more.
Espanyol have won five of their last six home league games and nine of their last 11. Oviedo have struggled on the road this term, failing to win their last six trips and we’re backing that poor run to continue at second-placed Espanyol.
Top OSS have lost seven of their last eight in the league and three of their last four at home. Meanwhile, Go Ahead are storming up the table with four wins in a row, while they’ve won their last six on the road in the league.
Mainz have won three of their last six games, drawing 2-2 at Leverkusen during that run. Meanwhile, Schalke have the Bundesliga’s worst defence with 2.65 goals against per game. The hosts have shipped two or more goals in seven of nine at home this term.
Cardiff have won seven of their last eight games following their 4-0 victory against Derby. Huddersfield have lost eight of their last 13 and they’ve got the third-worst record across the last eight league games.
Valencia have lost three of 12 home games, with their only home defeats since the start of November coming against Atletico Madrid and Sevilla. Villarreal have won only three of 12 trips, while they head into this one winless in their last seven league games.
Sporting have won 17 of their 21 league games this term, having won six of their last seven. The hosts have won their last three at home to nil, while they meet a Santa Clara side who have lost two of their last three and each of the last five league clashes between the pair.
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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