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Football accumulator tips: Hot Cottagers can batter Blues

| 18.01.2022

Five football accumulator tips for Tuesday

There are just over a dozen games across the English divisions on Tuesday night and we have picked out four of them for our football accumulator tips.

Three of Saturday’s football tips came good at 6/4, 6/5 and 21/20, so hopefully we can have similar success with our midweek preview which starts in the Championship.

Fulham stormed to the top of the table with another heavy win on Saturday and are 1/4 to beat Birmingham, but we’re expecting the goals to continue flying at Craven Cottage so have picked out one of the other markets as part of our five-fold.

Fulham v Birmingham

The Cottagers are finally back on the summit having followed a 7-0 win at Reading with a 6-2 victory over Bristol City ahead of their clash with Birmingham, another side in the bottom half.

Fulham have now scored an incredible 64 goals this season, 20 more than the next best Blackburn, and they crushed Birmingham 4-1 when the teams met at St Andrew’s in a midweek game in September.

Blues lost 3-1 at Millwall, a team not exactly prolific in front of goal, and 4-0 at Blackburn in two of their last three away games, so the hosts to win and over 3.5 goals at 9/5 is the first of our football accumulator tips.

Morecambe v Wigan

Wigan extended their unbeaten run to eight matches with Saturday’s 2-1 victory at Doncaster, their sixth victory during that spell in a run which means they remain three points adrift of second-placed Sunderland with five games in hand.

The win at the Keepmoat was Latics’ first game since December 18 and they have won and conceded in four of their last five games on the road.

Wigan also conceded in a recent win at another struggling side, Fleetwood, and there have been goals at both ends in seven successive matches, so we’re hopeful Morecambe can get on the scoresheet in a defeat at 23/10.

The Shrimps failed to score against Sunderland and MK Dons in the last seven weeks, but they put four past Doncaster recently and can take advantage of a team still shaking off the rust.

Rotherham v Lincoln

The Millers dropped out of the automatic promotion spots at the weekend with a shock 1-0 defeat at lowly Fleetwood, who struck the winner in the fifth minute of stoppage time.

Manager Paul Warne said his side “were the only team trying to win the game” and that “we didn’t come for just a point, so to get nothing is hugely disappointing”.

Lincoln enjoyed back-to-back wins against promotion hopefuls Oxford and Sunderland this month, but despite creating a string of chances against Cambridge at the weekend they were undone by a stoppage-time header from FA Cup hero Joe Ironside.

Rotherham, though, have the second-best home record in League One and have won and conceded in their last five matches at the New York Stadium, so a sixth is expected at 2/1 as the next of our football accumulator tips.

Port Vale v Salford

Vale can bounce back from Saturday’s disappointing home defeat by Swindon during which they played the whole of the second half with 10 men following the dismissal of goalkeeper Lucas Covolan.

That was Vale’s second successive loss and one which saw them slip out of the play-off spots as they prepare to face Salford who also paid the price for a first-half red card as they went down 2-1 at Bradford.

Interestingly, Salford have now taken the lead in the first half in their last six matches, an option available at 9/4, while Port Vale to win from behind is 12/1 bearing in mind that has been the case in three of the Reds’ previous six away games. A simple win for the hosts is 6/5.

Real Betis v Alaves

We wrap up Tuesday’s football accumulator tips in Spain where Champions League hopefuls Real Betis look an interesting option at 23/10 to beat Alaves and concede.

The visitors remain in the relegation zone despite Sunday’s goalless draw with Athletic Bilbao, but they have a good record scoring against La Liga’s high flyers this season.

Alaves have struck against five of the teams in the top six, with Betis the only team keeping a clean sheet against them, and they drew 1-1 and 2-2 at Barcelona and Sevilla respectively.

Before Christmas they were crushed 5-2 at Villarreal, so the hosts to win and concede has its merits as they have done in three of their last six home games (Vallecano, Valencia and bottom-of-the-table Levante).

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Warren Barner