Football Accumulator Tips
Each of Hamburg’s last five games have seen both teams score, while BTTS has landed in seven of the visitors’ last eight games. The away side have scored in their last six trips and Hamburg have found the net in 87% of their home games.
Fulham are winless in their last six Premier League games and they have only won one of their last 14 competitive home games. Only Brighton (13) have drawn more games than Fulham (12) this season. Burnley should be able to hold off the Cottagers’ attack, which has scored just three goals in their last six games.
Real Betis have failed to win any of their last six league games. Granada claimed a 2-1 win at Barcelona in their last away trip and they head to a Betis side who have managed just two league wins against top half sides this term.
Half of Farense’s away defeats have seen them lose by a two goal margin, while Porto have won by at least two in six of their 11 home wins. The hosts are the division’s highest scorers and only four sides have scored fewer than Farense, so don’t expect them to keep up.
- Fulham have no wins in their last 6 PL games (D1 L5)
- Wood has scored in 5 of his last 7 PL outings, including a hat-trick against Wolves two games back
- Vydra has registered at least one shot on target in 6 of his last 8 starts
- Cordova-Reid is Fulham’s most carded player and has been booked in two of his last four starts and things are likely to be just as intense as Fulham face relegation on Monday
Barcelona’s draw with Atletico Madrid keeps them in the title race, but there’s no more room for error. The visitors have won 12 of 17 away trips and we’re backing them to continue that form form against a Levante side who have lost four of their last five. The hosts have seen both teams score in 65% of their home games and we back them to notch here.
Juventus haven’t kept a clean sheet since the start of March and we’re not backing that to change when they face Sassuolo. Both teams have scored in six of Juve’s last seven and they meet a Sassuolo side who are in form with the hosts unbeaten in six. The Neroverdi have scored in their last 10 games, so it’s worth backing goals in this one.
This has been a busy week for the Red Devils but we don’t think that makes Liverpool worthy favourites for this encounter. United have gone unbeaten in eight clashes with the top six this term and it’s worth backing them holding firm against the Reds, who have had plenty of issues going forward despite seeing off a poor Southampton side.
Man City have had a long week watching Manchester United but they return to action aiming to improve after last week’s 2-1 loss to Chelsea. The Citizens have managed one clean sheet in their last three league games and they face a Newcastle side who have seen BTTS land in five of their last six, so we expect an exciting game.
There may be no one in attendance, but that doesn’t dull the fire of the Rome derby. Roma have been terrible against good Serie A sides this season, winning none of their clashes with the sides in the top seven. They were hammered 3-0 by Lazio when the pair last met. The Biancocelesti have won seven of their last nine and look good for victory here.
Tucked away on BT Sport this weekend is a huge Bundesliga encounter. The sides in second and third meet on Sunday night, with Wolfsburg still worried about booking their top four place. Having lost four of five clashes with the top four, we’re backing the visitors to take another hit in their Champions League push.
Holstein Kiel are looking to improve their promotion chances and head into this clash unbeaten in four games. Hannover have lost four of their last five and have sunk to a disappointing 13th in the table, while the hosts have won their last five league games in a row at home.
Portimonense aren’t safe from the relegation battle just yet following their four match winless streak and they could struggle to end that run here. Moreirense aren’t exactly in blistering form but the mid-table side have only lost four of their last 15 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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