Market Movers: best backed teams this Tuesday (with 38/1 accumulator)

Market Movers: best backed teams this Tuesday (with 38/1 accumulator)
Simon Winter
Simon Winter
February 16, 2021
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Born in the south east of Ireland, Simon put his life-long love of football to good use when he started a successful independent blog in 2010. That opened up an alternative route to a career in journalism, and having had work published across a number of sites and publications, Simon joined the staff at Spotlight Sports Group in 2018.

In the lead up to any set of fixtures, it’s common to see odds start to fluctuate as punters begin to place their bets ahead of the action.

Any team that has been well backed in the run up to their game will see their odds shorten, and often, some key late team news, and injury update or high value offering identified will trigger a flurry of bets on a particular outcome, which in turn, has a knock-on effect on the odds available.

In FST’s new weekly Market Movers feature, we will identify the best backed teams ahead of the week’s latest fixtures, and below you can find our latest selections along with our huge 38/1 acca built around our picks.

For more free betting tips ahead of the weekend’s football, check out our match predictions page.

Telstar vs NAC Breda (Eerste Divisie)

NAC Breda to win

Telstar have won only once in five matches, and their chances of getting their promotion charge on track against NAC Breda, who tasted defeat just once in 12 assignments, could be hampered by a string of injuries.

Midfielders Sven van Doorm, Yael Liesdek look set to miss Tuesday’s game, while Telstar also have problems elsewhere with defender Siebe Vandermeulen and attackers Richelor Sprangers and Giuliano van Velzen also absent.

Oxford vs Tranmere (EFL Trophy)

Oxford to win

Oxford have enjoyed a remarkable resurgence since December and a run of 11 wins in 12 games since the onset of the festive period has set them up for success on multiple fronts.

The Us have powered their way to eight straight victories at the Kassam Stadium and more success there looks possible against a Tranmere team that won just once in their last four attempts on the road.

Barnet vs Halifax (National League)

Halifax to win

Rock bottom Barnet have lost eight games on the spin, and the division’s worst performers haven’t won a single league match since their slender victory over Weymouth in October last year.

Halfiax meanwhile, should have energy to burn having not played since January 30, and with key midfielder Danny Williams and joint leading scorer Jack Hyde back in the fold, they look ready to return to the top ten with a win.

Ipswich Town vs Northampton (League One)

Ipswich Town to win

Ipswich saw another match postponed at the weekend, though that should ensure the Tractor Boys are well rested and fully focused on their game against Northampton. Ipswich’s chances are also strengthened by the return of Kayden Jackson and Teddy Bishop from suspension.

The Cobblers are in a real rut, and their loss to bottom club Burton Albion last time out had the look of a confidence shattering result. Ipswich need a win to claw their way back into playoff contention, and they should get the points they need at Portman Road.

Barcelona vs PSG (Champions League)

Barcelona to win

Mauricio Pochettino must plan for his biggest test so far as PSG’s manager without two of his best players, and the Parisians won’t have Angel di Maria or Neymar available against Barcelona.

Experienced fullback Juan Bernat is also sidelined, while doubts remain about the fitness of Marco Verratti and Rafinha. Barca will be close to full strength at the Camp Nou, and punters are backing them heavily as a result.

Middlesbrough vs Huddersfield Town (Championship)

With Rolando Aarons, Carel Eiting, Josh Koroma, Tommy Elphick and Rarmani Edmonds-Green already in the treatment room, Huddersfield boss Carlos Corberan already had a selection headache ahead of Town’s trip to the Riverside, though the suspension of key defender Harry Toffolo presents a fresh problem.

Boro are winless in five Championship matches, though Neil Warnock’s charges should be able to press home their advantage against a depleted Huddersfield, who are one of the few teams in the division in worse form than their hosts.

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