Football Accumulator Betting Tips – 18th April
It might be bank holiday, but club’s across the Football League cannot afford a second’s rest during today’s fixtures.
At this stage of the season, every point counts. Hopefully these three teams will get the results needed to achieve their aims – and, more importantly, provide us with the perfect start to the four day weekend.
Bournemouth V Sheffield Wednesday
In the Championship, Eddie Howe’s Cherries will be determined to claim a fourth straight home win as they attempt to force themselves into the top six.
Despite drawing at Yeovil last week, Bournemouth are still just two points behind the play-offs and could give their chances a huge boost with victory over Sheffield Wednesday. The Cherries are top of the current form charts and will be highly confident against an Owls side who can boast just one point from their last five encounters on the road.
Wednesday have conceded a dozen goals in just four matches, which will come as great news to the Cherries – who have scored 15 in their most recent six.
Excitement around Dean Court has reached optimum level as fans dream of emulating Southampton with back-to-back promotions to the Premier League. Victory over Sheffield Wednesday will at least keep that dream alive a little while longer.
Wolverhampton Wanderers V Rotherham United
League One leaders Wolves have already secured promotion back to the Championship but Kenny Jackett’s men will be determined to continue their superb form as they look to clinch the title.
Wolves will have their work cut out against fourth-placed Rotherham, but they have picked up 26 points from the last available 30 at Molineux and are more than capable of securing another victory here.
When they are playing at their best, Wolves are unstoppable at this level. Perhaps more impressive, though, is the determined mentality that Jackett has instilled into his men – a quality that has helped them out on more than one occasion this term.
Rotherham’s away form is good, but they did lose to Sheffield United in their last match on the road. They can expect a similar disappointment at Molineux.
Braintree Town V Dartford
In the Skrill Prem, Braintree Town are just three points adrift of the play-offs and will be hoping to give their hopes of promotion a timely boost by beating Essex rivals Dartford.
Braintree were superb in prolonging Luton’s title victory and were desperately unlucky not to follow that up with a win in midweek against Gateshead. The hosts were by far the better team on Tuesday night but just couldn’t find the breakthrough – even after being awarded a late penalty.
The threat of Dartford is far less dangerous, though, and Braintree should get back to winning ways at the Amlin stadium. The visitors are in the relegation zone and have picked up just 17 points on the road. A lack of goals is rather worrying for Tony Burman’s men, who have scored just 16 on their travels, and it could be another long afternoon for the troubled club.
Braintree should get the three points to put themselves back into play-off contention.
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