This weekend’s English football accumulator tips unearth some very punter-friendly odds amongst the Saturday Premier League, League One and League Two coupons.
Weekend Accumulator Tips
Fulham vs Nottingham Forest – Under 2.5 goals @ 8/11
Shrewsbury to beat Port Vale @ 13/10
Stevenage to beat Bradford @ 3/4
Gillingham (+1) to beat Mansfield @ 21/20
£10 accumulator pays £142.52
Travellers’ toothlessness a boon to unders backers
There’s a real air of positivity around Forest at present after the three wins and two draws in their last five league games that have propelled them towards the relative comfort of lower mid table.
Yet they have a harrowing secret hiding in plain sight. They’ve scored just three goals across their 10 league away games this term.
Fulham, meanwhile are having scoring troubles of their own. They’ve failed to bag in their last three EPL outings, while four of their past five in the division have rewarded under 2.5 goals backers.
Lesser-heralded League One form team to win again
Shrewsbury are one of only three teams to have won their last five League One games, alongside leaders Sheffield Wednesday and fourth placed Derby County.
Salop have been an inconsistent beast at times this term. Before winning their last five games they lost four in a row in league and cup. However, Port Vale have lost three of their last four outings, scoring just one goal in that sequence and look good fodder for the hosts’ sixth successive victory.
Borough to brush Bantams aside
Stevenage have a remarkable record at the Lamex Stadium this season, winning 12 of their 14 league games and dropping just five points to date.
Bradford began the campaign with a superb road run and have already picked up six wins from 13 away games, however they’ve now lost two and drawn two of their last four on their travels and their title-chasing hosts should prove too strong.
Reborn Gills too big to ignore at Field Mill
There’s a real feeling of new year, new Gillingham right now with Florida businessman Brad Galinson’s purchase of a majority shareholding followed by an infusion of new playing talent and an overdue upturn in form.
Neil Harris’ men still boast comfortably the worst goals-for column in the Football League, with just 15 to their name, but they’ve now won three of their last four, scoring eight times in the process.
Hosts Mansfield are sixth in the standings but Field Mill is no fortress, with the Stags winning just three of their last 12 home games. The 10/3 about an away win is tempting but the hosts have only lost three of that dozen, so the (+1) cushion looks the bet for acca backers.