Football Accumulator Tips
West Brom remain unbeaten in the Championship this season and face a Cardiff side that were thrashed 5-1 at Blackburn on Saturday to make it three league defeats in a row. The Bluebird have won just one of their four home games this season.
Hull City are without a win in their last eight league matches and have lost six of these, including a 2-0 loss at Stoke last time out. They have failed to score in seven of these eight games and come up against a Blackpool side that have won three of their last four Championship outings.
No team have seen more of their League One matches this season hit over 3.5 goals than Fleetwood, with half of their matches so far producing at least four goals. This includes four of their last five outings, while MK Dons played out a five-goal thriller at Gillingham recently and their last home match against Fleetwood saw four goals scored.
Sheffield United are unbeaten in their last five Championship games and have won three of these, while Middlesbrough have only won one of their last seven and have lost three of their last four. Boro have scored in each of their four home games this season, however, so they could find the net on Tuesday.
Morecambe and Lincoln have both seen two or more goals in 67% of their League One matches this season and the hosts have seen a massive 18 goals across their last four matches. Lincoln City have seen at least two goals in four of their last five and their last three away games have produced 13 goals.
Atletico Madrid have failed to score in three of their last four matches and face an AC Milan side that have kept a clean sheet in two of their three home games this term. The hosts have won two of their last three games and could take advantage of Atleti’s poor record going forward.
Liverpool have won four of their last five Champions League group stage away games and have scored more Champions League goals against Porto than any other side during Jurgen Klopp’s time at the club. The Reds have scored three goals in each of their last five games and Porto have lost three of their four meetings with Klopp’s Liverpool.
PSG and Manchester City have met five times in Europe and the Parisiens are yet to win, losing three of them. That includes last season’s semi-final, which Man City won home and away, and Mauricio Pocchettino’s men have lost three of their last four Champions League games. Pep Guardiola’s side have won six of their last seven games and scored 24 goals in the process.
RB Leipzig have scored 15 goals across their seven competitive games this season but have conceded 13 at the other end, while Club Brugge have scored in eight of their last 11 Champions League away games.
Ajax have won their last six games, scoring 29 times. They won 5-1 at Sporting in their opener in this group, so they should see off a Besiktas side who have won once in their last four. The visitors have conceded twice in each of their last four games, but they’ve also seen BTTS land in each of those.
Shakhtar have scored 12 goals across their last three games, but they conceded twice to minnows Sheriff in their group opener. Expect Inter to make the most of those defensive issues, with the visitors scoring 11 goals across their last three.
WBA are unbeaten in the Championship this term with five wins and four draws. Cardiff City have lost their last three league games, including a 5-1 thrashing at Blackburn on Saturday. The Bluebirds are in terrible form so back West Brom to take advantage.
Blackburn have scored in all but one of their nine league games this term but have maintained just two clean sheets. Expect them to play out an exciting game against a Huddersfield side who have netted in seven of their nine fixtures, conceding in six. Both teams have scored in the last six meetings between the sides.
Sunderland have won six of their last seven games and the league leaders are worthy favourites to extend that good form. Cheltenham have lost consecutive away games, conceding six goals in that run. Back the Black Cats to extend the visitors’ losing streak.
Liverpool have scored more Champions League goals against Porto (11) than any other side during Klopp’s reign. That includes 5-0 and 4-1 victories in their last two visits to this ground. The Reds have won five of their last six away games in the group stage, while they’ve scored three goals in each of their last five matches.
Sporting midfielder Joao Palhihna has been booked five times in his 10 games in all competitions this term and faces a dizzying Dortmund attack on Tuesday night. Palhihna has committed 2.1 fouls per game domestically and he made three in their loss to Ajax in the last Champions League game, so back him to be carded here.
Man City midfielder Rodri has two bookings already this season and could be in line for another card when the Premier League champions take on PSG on Tuesday. Rodri made three fouls against Leipzig in their last Champions League game and a similar performance could see him handed a card when PSG visit.
Christopher Nkunku scored a hat-trick in his Leipzig’s 6-3 defeat to Man City and that was the second time in his last three matches that Nkunku managed to score at least twice. Club Brugge are a side that Leipzig need to beat in order to make the last 16 of this competition, so expect the Bundesliga side to go all out in this clash. This should be the easiest game of the group for Nkunku and co. so we’re backing him to work the goalkeeper at least twice.
Mo Salah has scored in each of his last five games for Liverpool and he’s also scored in five of his last six Champions League games. Salah’s great scoring record comes from his shot-happy approach. He’s averaged 4.2 shots per game in the Premier League this term, with 2.5 on target per match. With Liverpool in great scoring form we’re backing Salah to have at least two shots on target at Porto.
Borussia Dortmund have conceded in each of their last seven games, scoring in six of those. The return of Erling Haaland should see them return to form after firing a blank at the weekend, while Sporting head into this one having found the net in all nine games this season. The visitors lost 5-1 at home to Ajax in their first group game, so back a high-scoring Dortmund win.
Liverpool have scored more Champions League goals against Porto (11) than any other side during Klopp’s reign. That includes 5-0 and 4-1 victories in their last two visits to this ground. The Reds have scored three goals in each of their last five matches.
Man City won home and away to PSG in last season’s Champions League and they produced an impressive 1-0 win at Chelsea on Saturday. The French side have lost three of their last four games in this competition.
Young Boys have seen both teams score in nine of their last 10 games, while they look out of their depth in this visit to Atalanta. The visitors have scored twice in three of their last four, beating Sassuolo in their last home game and going close to winning at Italian champions Inter Milan at the weekend.
Bayern Munich have scored 40 times across their last eight matches, including a 3-0 win over Barcelona in the first game in this group. Dynamo Kyiv have failed to score in seven of their last 11 Champions League matches. Meanwhile, Bayern have scored three or more goals in 14 of their 22 matches across the last three Champions League campaigns, scoring 73 goals in that run.
Villarreal are unbeaten within 90 minutes in all eight games they’ve played this season. That run includes holding off Chelsea, Atalanta, Real Madrid and Atletico to draws. Villarreal are unbeaten in 16 games in Europe, while United have lost four of their last five in this competition.
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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