While the Champions League returns in shape of Juventus vs Tottenham in Italy, I’ve remained in England to pick out three tremendous value selections for Tuesday 13th February. In stark contrast to lovely Turin, we head to the Northern towns of Oldham and Accrington for two of our tips, with the other taking us down to a crucial top of the table clash in Buckinghamshire.
As always, we have studied all of the stats and figures to locate the best value in our football tips for tonight.
Here are our selections for Tuesday 13th February’s Accumulator Tips:
Oldham came up trumps in both our both teams to score treble winner last weekend and we’re entrusting them for a third consecutive time, this time to grab three points against relegation rivals MK Dons.
Wellens received a boost on deadline day as Eoin Doyle sealed a loan return to the Latics. Although he has missed the last two games, his return can be a big confidence boost alongside Duckens Nazon and Craig Davies. Nazon found the net twice away at Blackburn on Saturday making it two games on the trot that the Latics have bagged twice, though they were remarkably unlucky not to take three points from Ewood Park.
Oldham’s strong record in front of goal had taken a hit in recent weeks, mostly due to the loss of several loan signings. However, since their January swoops for Ben Pringle and Nazon, along with returns for Doyle, Kean Bryan and Jack Byrne, the Latics have looked raring to go once more.
Dons have the second worst away record in League One this season and their recent form makes for grim reading. Dan Micciche’s men have taken just one point from a possible 15 lately, while their away tally shows two points taken from the last 27 available.
The hosts have earned 21 of their 33 points at Boundary Park and home joy will be crucial to preserving their safety once more – I fancy them to break away from the pack after their winter business.
Back Oldham against underwhelming MK Dons at a price of 1/1 with 888sport.
Accrington Stanley’s electric start to 2018 has them sitting in second place in the fourth tier, staring into the face of a possible first ever season in the third tier.
With seven wins from eight in League Two, including an outstanding 2-0 success away at Coventry on Saturday, John Coleman’s side can break away from Notts County and Swindon in the promotion race on Tuesday night.
Visitors Crewe have taken a solitary point in five matches, conceding a whopping 12 goals along the way. The Alex bring the division’s third worst defensive record with them to the Wham Stadium and they’re up against the league’s third best attacking side.
To make matters worse, David Artell’s visitors also possess the joint worst away record in the fourth tier, while Stanley have won seven of their last nine league home contests.
Accy were dominant in their trip to Gresty Road in October, leaving with all three points in a 2-0 win. League Two top scorer Billy Kee netted that afternoon and he has six in his last eight matches heading into Tuesday. In truth, this is probably the NAP of the evening and it’s hard to look past all of the positives.
Back John Coleman’s menacing Accrington Stanley to inflict further damage upon Crewe at 8/13 with Betfair.
Along with Accrington Stanley, Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe are cruising to League Two promotion contention with a string of superb results leaving them in third spot. Wanderers possess the best form in League Two over the last ten matches, but the visit of Swindon Town should provide a stern test on Tuesday.
Town have scored in all but one of their 16 away trips this campaign under David Flitcroft, bringing the best divisional away record with them to Adams Park. In nine of those contests, the Robins would have seen both teams score land. Wycombe’s last eight contests have seen both teams find the back of the net, while four of Swindon’s last six would’ve been successful.
The hosts have scored the second most goals in League Two this season, hitting the back of net 60 times, just eight less than league leaders Luton Town. Wycombe have scored in 26 of their 31 league contests thus far, while conceding in 24 of those matches.
Wycombe’s home contests are averaging 3.7 goals per game, while Swindon are overseeing 2.9 goals per game on their travels. All signs point to a competitive contest here and we can envision plenty of goals, with both teams more than capable of scoring at least once.
Back both teams to score at an outstanding price of 13/18, marginally better than 4/6, with 888sport.
Our Tuesday treble of Oldham, Accrington and both teams to score in Wycombe v Swindon offers odds of 19/4, just short of 5/1, with Betfair at the time of writing. A £20 stake could net you a total of £115 if successful! Follow the link below to get involved.