The waiting is over as the Football League returns, and now its time to take a peek at our acca for the weekend which returns over £250 off a tenner stake.
First up, Middlesbrough look outstanding value to take all three points at Molineux as they take on Wolves.
The Boro have made some shrewd moves during the summer – most notably bringing in £15m man Britt Assombalonga from Nottingham Forest, as well as £5m goalkeeper Darren Randolph from West Ham which is a clear indication as to their ambitions this season.
Wolves have a new manager at the helm in Nuno Espirito and with several ins and outs during the summer, the visit of Garry Monk’s men may come a little too early.
The 9/5 on the away win is simply a massive price and has to be taken.
Next up Fulham entertain Norwich at Craven Cottage, with the West London side fancied by many to make the step up to the Premier League this season. They were very impressive in the final quarter of last season and I think they can continue that spell of form today.
There’s major rebuilding work going on at Norwich, with another new manager in Daniel Farke arriving in May and with plenty to learn. Fulham have a settled side and Jokanovic can continue where he left off.
Back the Fulham win and over 2.5 goals at 2/1.
Aston Villa have finally found a talismatic leader in John Terry, together with Glenn Whelan arriving from Stoke City, and should make a strong bid for automatic promotion this season. Steve Bruce is canny manager at this level and depsite a disappointing season last time around, the club look in much better position.
The arrival of Hull should pose no real problems for the Villa. Hull have a new manager in Leonid Slutsky, who arrived only in June, and the Russian has no experience of managing in England while there have been several big names to leave the club, notably Harry Maguire, Andrew Robertson, Tom Huddlestone & Ahmed Elmohammady.
Villa have had a superb pre season, conceding only once in their six warm up games, and they can continue that trend today.
Back them to win to nil at Villa Park at a very handy price of 12/5.
That brings the weekend acca to odds of around 26/1.
Online betting has taken the world by storm over the last 10 years.
The ease at which to place a bet has made mobile betting now the most popular way to place a bet and with our football accumulator tips (or ‘accas’) we aim to help you along the way.
Gone are the days of having to locate a betting shop, this is the future. What goes side-by-side with this revolutionary way of betting is the rise in popularity of the football accumulator bet.
It’s been embedded into our betting culture. Every day throughout the land small staking and big staking punters are looking to beat the bookies by trying to win big off a small stakes.
Where can I get football accumulator tips?
An accumulator is a bet that combines four or more selections into one single bet and all selections have to win in order to gain a return, and we’ll be bringing you the latest football accumulator tips for you to use.
Joe Bloggs places four bets and combines them into an £10 accumulator.
Chelsea to beat Everton 4/5
Brentford to beat Norwich 2/1
Plymouth to beat Rochdale 6/4
Swansea to beat Bournemouth 4/6
In order for him to win, all of his bets have to come up trumps.
If that happens, then he can look forward to winning £242 – a bulky return for s relatively small stake. If any selection loses, for example England drew with Wales, then your stake would be lost.
How do I place an accumulator bet online?
It’s so easy – almost idiot-proof, which is good for people like me and you.
Log into your online betting account, add your single selections to your betting slip and then click the slip.
Accumulator of course will bring in big returns for your outlay should all selections come in, but of course, their odds reflect this – don’t expect to bag your 5 team acca every week!
If you can aim to hit your acca every month or so you are doing a fine job. Keep an eye on form guides, opta stats and of course all important team news as you make your selections. Don’t be too greedy!
Instead of backing all of the bets in singles, scroll down the page and put your desired stake in where it says “accumulator” – then hit place bet and watch those bookies squirm as you hopefully clear up.
Football Accumulators Tips
They always promise so much but deliver little, don’t they? It’s time to jump on the bandwagon of following our carefully researched challenge bet that can turn £10 into £100 in a matter of hours.
Our challenge this weekend involves four matches staggered across the day. If you follow our advice the plan is to turn £10 into £100, although you can increase or lower the starting stake to suit your betting needs.
All you need to do is continue rolling over your winnings until the final bet comes in. Of course, you are free to cash in your winnings at any point. Plus, it gives you an excuse to watch four games back-to-back and not fritter away stakes on each match. Lovely jubbly!