Betting Tips: Your Weekend Accumulator

LEEDS, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 13: Interior view of the Swansea City changing room prior to the Sky Bet Championship match between Leeds United and Swansea City at Elland Road on February 13, 2019 in Leeds, England. (Photo by Athena Pictures/Getty Images)

Welcome to a new weekly piece on who to include in your weekend Accumulator. Each week, there will be three different accumulators stretching from BTTS (both teams to score) to an England six-fold (six teams in England to win) with an idea of what £10 would return on all of these. Most importantly, if you are to use these tips, please gamble responsibly. 

Your Weekend Accumulator

Premier League Six-Fold Accumulator 

Saturday 23rd February 

12:30 Tottenham (A) to win at Burnley (H) 

15:00 Newcastle (H) to beat Huddersfield (A) 

15:00 Wolves (A) to beat Bournemouth (H)

17:30 Leicester (H) vs Crystal Palace (A) BTTS 

 Sunday 24th February 

14:05 Arsenal (H) to beat Southampton (A) 

14:05 Manchester United (H) vs Liverpool (A) BTTS 

Explanations 

Fresh from a fantastic victory over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League,  Tottenham Hotspur return to action with an away game at Turf Moor. Burnley have begun to string results together in the last couple of weeks including a 3-0 victory at the Amex against Brighton & Hove Albion, but Tottenham, who may be even be boosted by the return of striker Harry Kane, should have too much quality for Sean Dyche’s men here.

Sat at the foot of the Premier League table, Huddersfield Town’s fight for safety now looks rather unlikely to have a happy ending and they face another difficult away tie at St James’s Park. Newcastle United will look to make another step clear of the bottom three with a win over the Terriers at the weekend.

Wins have been hard to come by as of late for Bournemouth after an encouraging start to the season and an exciting Wolves side will enjoy playing counter-attacking football at the Vitality, with the attaching strength of Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota giving them the edge in this game.

Leicester’s home form has been rather inconsistent this season. Wins against Chelsea and Manchester City were followed by a defeat to Cardiff City and this game against Crystal Palace could go either way. With Palace boosted by the return of Wilfried Zaha, who missed out last weekend through suspension, both teams to score are likely, with Palace looking to hit the home side on the counter.

A routine win is expected of Arsenal at home to Southampton on Sunday afternoon. The Saints are struggling in the league following a defeat at home to Cardiff and will struggle to deal with the Gunners’ attacking strength.

The final fixture of this Premier League gameweek sees Manchester United take on Liverpool in a game that really could go either way. Therefore, both teams to score is on the agenda with Manchester United utilising their attacking quality since the change of management and the threat that the Liverpool front three carry means this game could be raining goals. 

£10 accumulator on this returns £318 with Sky Bet. 

England Six-Fold Accumulator 

Saturday 23rd February 

15:00 Middlesbrough (H) to beat QPR (A) 

15:00 Leeds (H) to beat Bolton (A) 

15:00 Accrington (H) to beat Southend (A) 

15:00 Burton (H) to beat Fleetwood (A) 

15:00 Bury (H) to beat Oldham (A) 

15:00 MK Dons (H) to beat Newport County (A) 

Stats 

Boxing Day’s victory over Ipswich Town was Queens Park Rangers’ last win in the Championship (eight games without victory). 

Leeds United have only lost three out of their last 11 home games in the League and sit in third, two points behind first-place Norwich City.

Accrington Stanley claimed a 4-2 victory over Oxford United last time out following on from a creditable 2-2 draw at Sunderland.

Burton Albion achieved a 0-0 draw away at high-flying Barnsley in midweek and are unbeaten in six games in the league 

Bury are unbeaten in their last nine games in the league, including a 1-0 win over fellow play-off rivals Exeter City last weekend 

MK Dons have won back-to-back games, both away, including a win over opposition Newport County. 

 £10 returns £298 with Sky Bet. 

Both Teams to Score Seven-Fold

15:00 Brentford (H) vs Hull (A) 

15:00 Birmingham (H) vs Blackburn (A) 

15:00 Norwich (H) vs Bristol City (A) 

15:00 Bury (H) vs Oldham (A) 

15:00 Portsmouth (H) vs Barnsley (A) 

15:00 Bristol Rovers (H) vs Sunderland (A) 

17:30 Leicester (H) vs Crystal Palace (A) 

£10 returns £483 on Sky Bet. 

Please gamble responsibly. 

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