Football Accumulator Tips: Fourfold Bet Builder for Aston Villa vs Liverpool
The football season is coming to an end but there’s still plenty to play for at both ends of the table, with top-flight fixtures being played on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in England. Here at BettingOdds we’ve provided you with our accumulator tips for Tuesday that come in the form of a 33/1 4-fold with bet365.
Football Accumulator Tips
Liverpool’s quadruple hopes took a massive blow at the weekend as they dropped points in the race for the Premier League title with a 1-1 draw with Spurs at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp will be looking to get straight back to winning ways as he takes his Reds to the midlands on Tuesday to take on Aston Villa.
The first part of this 33/1 acca is for right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold to have Over 1.5 tackles in the match. This is available with bet365, priced at 6/5 as a single, which makes plenty of appeal when looking at his totals in recent matches. This bet has landed in Trent’s last six in the Premier League with tackle totals of 2,2,3,2,2,4.
In the Champions League he averages 1.9 tackles per game this season, and there’s no denying that Villa have the ability to cause Liverpool issues down the left with Ollie Watkins, Philippe Coutinho and Lucas Digne.
Next up we’re recommending Mohamed Salah to get on the scoresheet. The Egyptian has been on somewhat of a dry run in-front of goal lately, but despite only scoring two goals in his last seven matches, he remains the competitions top scorer with 22 goals in 33 appearances. He’s the penalty taker for the Reds and will be keen to end his drought in the Midlands on Tuesday.
No player for Aston Villa has picked up more yellow cards in the Premier League than Tyrone Mings. The centre-back has been cautioned nine times in 31 starts this season and will have his work cut out for him against one of the most potent attacks in world football.
Mike Dean will be the referee for this game in his final season in the Premier League. Everyone’s favourite official was ranked in the top three referees for yellows per game shown in three of the last four seasons, and although he hasn’t been quite as generous when it comes to handing out cards this term, I still believe he’s one of the better officials to rack up the bookings.
We’re rounding off this four-fold with Liverpool to have Over 22.5 throw-ins in the match. Klopp’s side simply have to win if they want to remain in the title race and keep the pressure on Manchester City. A certain amount of urgency should feature in Liverpool’s play here, particularly if Villa can still be in the game going into the second half.
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