Football Accumulator Betting Tips – 12th April
Just a handful of matches remain in the English league season, but hopefully that won’t stop us from bashing the bookie with a number of winning bets over the coming weeks.
This weekend’s treble pays an impressive 8.5/1 with William Hill. Or if you are feeling really luck, add three more selections and qualify for the acca insurance.
Here are this week’s selections:
Southampton V Cardiff City
Following an embarrassing home defeat to Crystal Palace, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men now need a miracle to avoid the drop and the Bluebirds could be in for another long afternoon at St Mary’s. The Welsh club have now conceded 12 goals in three matches and have picked up just eight points from the last available 30. The Bluebirds defence can at least take solace from the fact that Southampton will be missing leading scorer Jay Rodriguez. However, in the likes of Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana, the Saints will still have a very strong chance of grabbing a few goals.
Southampton are a very decent outfit, particularly when they are given the freedom to express their attacking flair. Cardiff have the worst away record in the division and are likely to have another difficult afternoon here.
Defeat would pretty much signal the final nail in Cardiff’s Premier League coffin. Relegation to the Championship beckons.
Notts County V Port Vale
Recent improvements have helped League One Notts County resurrect their hopes of survival, but ninth-placed Port Vale will be confident of getting a result a Meadow Lane. Back-to-back wins have allowed Micky Adams’ side to keep hold of their slim hopes of a late play-off push and can keep the pressure up on Peterborough with three points over Notts County.
Port Vale are third in the League One form charts, losing just once in their last six. Additionally, the Boxing Day reverse fixture ended in a 2-1 victory for Vale and that could be a similar storyline on Saturday. Notts County have shipped 72 goals this season, which is the second worst defensive record in the divison. If they show that sort of vulnerability against Vale, they will be punished.
Bristol Rovers V Torquay United
The Football League’s bottom club could have their fate sealed by the end of Saturday’s action. Even if results elsewhere do prolong their inevitable, the Gulls won’t be relishing their trip to Bristol Rovers one bit.
Whilst the home side may be 21st in the League Two table, their home form is actually pretty good. The Bristolians have won eight of their last dozen league encounters at the Memorial Stadium, and are likely to extend that good form by condemning the visitors to a fifth straight defeat.
Torquay have claimed more wins on the travels than at Plainmoor this term, but still have the second worst away record in the division. Their last six matches on the road all ended in defeat, whilst they’ve also failed to score in any of the most recent three.
Two more will almost certainly be enough to keep Rovers in the Football League, this is the perfect opportunity for them to claim one of them.
Bristol Rovers to win @ 19/20 with William Hill
A £10 treble pays £95.06 with William Hill