Football Accumulator Tips: Four picks for Tuesday's packed football schedule
We’re in for a proper treat with Tuesday’s football where we have action from the Champions League, Championship, League One, and League Two to go at. We’ll be looking at the betting market for the day and picking out our best bets and combining them into one accumulator.
Dortmund Double Chance vs Chelsea
At the moment Borussia Dortmund are arguably the most in form team in Europe having not dropped a single point since the return of club football after the World Cup. They are currently leading this tie 1-0 and they’re available at a big price to claim another win.
Whilst we are not focusing entirely on the win, the double chance market still yields some great value at around 19/20. Whilst Dortmund have been bang in form, Chelsea have been quite the opposite and have only recorded one win in their last seven games in all competitions, when you compare that to Dortmund’s 11 consecutive wins, the odds for a German upset start to look all the more attractive.
BVB won’t need a win here to get to the next round of the Champions League thanks to their lead at the Signal Iduna Park and that’s why backing them to win might be a bit risky. They certainly have the quality to win but when you consider they only need a draw, double chance looks like the best play.
Bristol City to beat Huddersfield
This season has been one to forget for Huddersfield fans and despite many changes behind the scenes, the football on the pitch has been consistently bad throughout the whole season. They’ll host Bristol City on Tuesday and we won’t be backing the home side to return to form.
Bristol City have been fairly solid on the road only losing one of their last seven away trips in the Championship, that alone will give fans enough hope to beat struggling Huddersfield. Huddersfield have only managed one win in their last 11 games and with the fan's expectations at an all-time low, they don’t look
I just think the difference between these two teams is too big and 29/20 for a Bristol City win looks like a solid pick, Huddersfield are completely out of sorts and they aren’t showing anything at the moment to change my mind.
Benfica to beat Brugge
When it comes to the Belgian Pro League, many think of Brugge right away as one of the best teams in the division, however, this season that has not been the case. Club Brugge find themselves 21 points off the top of the table and are routed in 4th place.
Benfica won the first leg extremely comfortably and with them taking a 2-0 lead to their home leg, many are considering the tie already over. Benfica were the favourites to beat Brugge away from home and although they may have some breathing room, I still expect them to get a win against the Belgian side here.
They’re a short price to win this one at 4/11 but it does help in bumping up the accumulator price for the Tuesday fixtures. Benfica are simply too good for this team as it stands, Brugge are struggling domestically whereas Benfica are on a rampage in their respective league, this really should be an easy day at the office for the Portuguese side.
Lazio to beat AZ Alkmaar
Not many of us expected some Europa Conference League action on a Tuesday night but it’s 2023 and you really can’t write anything off these days. Lazio will be hosting Alkmaar in Tuesday’s blockbuster clash and will be hoping to turn things around against the Dutch side.
AZ Alkmaar are currently leading the tie 2-1 and Lazio absolutely need to turn this around. Many expected them to wrap this tie up in the first leg but Alkmaar proved to be more difficult than people thought. Lazio however, do remain the favourites for this one and with them chasing a lead, they look like a decent bet to win this game.
Lazio have actually managed to get themselves into 3rd place in the Serie A table which is above the likes of Roma, AC Milan, Juventus and Atalanta. They’re a solid side at the moment and I fully expect them to turn this tie on its head.
This brings our four-fold accumulator to 10.3/1 with William Hill and that can also be boosted to 11.43/1 with William Hill’s acca freedom offer.