Football Accumulator Tips From for 31st January - 2nd February

Updated Wednesday 1st February 2017, 08:46 AM

With a weekend of pulsating FA Cup action now complete, attention returns to league matters with a full round of Premier League and Championship action, not to mention a number of mouth-watering fixtures in the Scottish Premiership and African Cup of Nations. With so many games to choose from, let take the stress out of an endless sea of selections by gifting you with an array of top accumulator tips.

Top Tips


  • Arsenal - After dismantling Southampton at St Mary’s in the FA Cup fourth round, Arsenal will be eying more goals in their upcoming game with Watford. Arsene Wenger’s men currently sit second in the table and will be looking to make up ground on league leaders Chelsea with a positive display against a Hornets side in freefall - Arsenal to win: 1/4 William Hill
  • Burnley - In their last league outing, the Clarets were very unlucky not to snatch a point against Arsenal after conceding a penalty deep into added time. It is this resilience that makes the Lancashire club such a daunting prospect, and with one of the best home records in the country, Burnley could well prove too hot to handle for the incumbent Premier League champions, Leicester - Burnley to win: 2/1 Bet365   
  • Barnsley - The Tykes may be flirting with the playoffs in the Championship, but the men from Oakwell are not being tipped to beat a Wolves side who currently find themselves in 18th. However, following the visitor’s giant killing exploits in the FA Cup on Saturday, expect the bounce back factor to play its part in this fixture as the team from the Midlands are brought down to earth with a bump - Barnsley to win: 7/4 Coral


  • Manchester United - United and Hull City must be well acquainted by now. This will be the two side’s third meeting of the calendar year after their tussle in the two-legged EFL Cup semi-final. Both clubs recorded wins, but it was Jose Mourinho’s men who ultimately came out on top, capitalising on their 2-0 home victory in the first leg. Expect a similar result this time around as Old Trafford looks destined to be an unhappy hunting ground for the Tigers once again - Manchester United to win: 1/5 Bet365
  • Celtic - A staple of any accumulator this season, Celtic have been in irresistible form, racking up 21 wins from 22 league games. The Hoops have opened up a massive 22 point lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership and look all but assured of claiming their 45th domestic title come May. Another win looks to be on the cards, even against an Aberdeen team who are unbeaten in five - Celtic to win: 4/11 William Hill    


  • Ghana - The Black Stars narrowly saw off DR Congo in the quarter finals and will now turn their attentions to dispatching Cameroon in the second African Cup of Nations semi. The Indomitable Lions were pushed all the way by Senegal in their last outing, eventually winning on penalties, however, this additional game time may have taken its toll on the players, making them easy prey for the Ghanaians  - Ghana to win to nil: 12/5 BetVictor
  • Brighton & Hove Albion - The Seagulls may have suffered the indignity of being dumped out of the FA Cup by non-league Lincoln, but the South Coast side should return to winning ways against Huddersfield. Their weekend defeat was just their second in all competitions since September and shouldn’t affect their push for promotion as they aim to win in deepest Yorkshire - Brighton to win: 8/5 Bet365     


  • Estimated Odds: 152/1 (Based on 7 fold odds from Bet365)

*Please note, odds may fluctuate

Last Updated: Wednesday, 1 February 2017 08:46:30+00:00
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