Football accumulator tips: More home help for Bantams
Football League preview for Tuesday
There is another hectic week of midweek action in the Football League, so we have looked at the odds for Tuesday’s games to find some football accumulator tips.
There are seven games in the Championship, 12 in League One and a further nine in League Two, so there’s plenty of chances to find some value.
Here we preview five of those matches for our football accumulator tips and highlight the latest odds.
Millwall v Fulham
Despite dominating for the majority of the game at The Den, Millwall were held to a 1-1 draw by Blackburn on Saturday with a Ben Brereton Diaz header cancelling out Jed Wallace’s opener.
It means they come into the Championship clash on an unbeaten five-game run and are 11/5 to beat Fulham.
Millwall could have captain Shaun Hutchinson back after he suffered a quad strain that kept him out of the clash with Rovers.
Fulham put five goals past Huddersfield on Saturday with four different scorers and having won six of the last nine against Millwall, will be a popular pick in football accumulator tips at odds of 7/5.
Cheltenham v Ipswich
Ipswich’s disappointing start to the season continued on Saturday as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat at Burton Albion.
Paul Cook’s men were held to a 2-2 draw by Morecambe on opening day before being knocked out of the League Cup by Newport.
But the Tractor Boys are out to find that winning feeling by justifying 6/4 odds at Cheltenham.
Last season’s League Two champions Cheltenham lost 3-1 at home to Wycombe on Saturday and are still seeking their first league win, following an opening-day 1-1 draw at Crewe. They are 2/1 to get their first three points of the season.
Both teams have scored in each of their first two league games and it is 19/20 that this is the case again.
Despite Conor Chaplin, Wes Burns and Sone Aluko joining Toto Nsiala and James Norwood in suffering muscle injuries, Ipswich have enough depth to overcome these teething troubles and are 27/10 to win to nil in football accumulator tips.
Plymouth v Cambridge
Plymouth secured their first League One win of the season with a superb 88th-minute goal from striker Luke Jephcott enough to beat Gillingham at Home Park on Saturday.
They created 16 goal attempts, only three of which were on target, but limited the Gills to just one shot on target.
Cambridge got off to a slow start against Accrington before Joe Ironside scored what proved to be a second-half consolation in a 2-1 road defeat on Saturday.
Their last meeting at Home Park ended in a goalless draw and it is 11/1 for that to be the same score again this time.
Crawley v Salford
Following their 1-0 opening-day defeat at Hartlepool, Crawley players responded well to John Yems’ latest ear-bashing, but it was not enough as they slipped to a penalty shoot-out defeat by Gillingham in the League Cup following a 2-2 home draw.
The Reds had their first home game of the season postponed on Saturday, owing to a Covid-19 outbreak in the Harrogate Town camp, and are 9/4 to beat League Two favourites Salford City.
The Ammies were held at home for the second week in a row as Sutton United ground out a goalless draw on Saturday.
Salford are 13/10 to get off the mark at the People’s Pension Stadium and they have not lost to the Reds in any of their four previous meetings, winning two at Crawley and drawing two at home. The draw is on offer at 11/5.
Bradford v Stevenage
Lee Angol scored a dramatic last-minute penalty to give Bradford a 2-1 victory over Oldham on Saturday.
After a goalless draw to open the season at Exeter and an unfortunate 2-1 League Cup defeat at Nottingham Forest, it was just what Derek Adams wanted in his first home match in charge.
Bradford, who have won three of the last four against Stevenage, are Evens to beat them again on Tuesday.
Stevenage followed up their opening-day 1-0 win over Barrow with a 2-0 victory at Bristol Rovers on Saturday, In between, they dumped Luton out of the League Cup on penalties, after holding the Championship side to a 2-2 draw.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication