Football accumulator tips for Tuesday 29th September from our team of expert tipsters who have picked out the best football betting tips from the array of fixtures on offer.
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Maccabi Tel Aviv v Dynamo Kiev – Dynamo Kiev to win
Dynamo Kiev seem in great nick. They drew 2-2 at home to Porto on Matchday 1 in the Champions League which was a great result, considering the Portuguese sides recent pedigree in the competition. Maccabi Tel Aviv were battered by Chelsea, but that was to be expected, they will have to bounce back here. Dynamo Kiev have only lost twice since April and one of those was a 1-0 defeat in a Club Friendly to Anderlecht. They seem to have the confidence, winning week in, week out and many would question the standard of the Ukrainian league, but it won't be too different to the Israeli top division. Although away from home, I think Dynamo Kiev can get something from this game, taking their total to 4 points from their opening 2 matches.
Fulham v Wolves – Fulham win
Fulham beat QPR 4-0 on Friday, their first clean sheet of the season and they were devastating going forward. QPR's backline couldn't cope and Ross McCormack is finally starting to repay some of the £11m they shelled out for him. Tom Cairney is an excellent midfielder and he can help his team get another 3 points here. Barring their loss to Sheffield Wednesday, they have been winning of late, beating Blackburn and Rotherham and they can get 3 points against out-of-sorts Wolves. Kenny Jackett's side were one of the favourites to go up this season, but injuries to Nouah Dicko and a loss of confidence has dropped them down the standings. Kevin McDonald had to rescue a point late on against Preston at the weekend and that was after Preston had Joe Garner sent off early doors. They also lost to Bolton, which was a poor result considering the Trotters poor form and lack of goalscoring prowess.The Cottage should be a jubilant place on Tuesday night once more.
Rochdale v Shrewsbury – Rochdale win
Rochdale are on of the best home sides in the division and they have a superb record at Spotland. They have won 3 and lost 1 of their 4 home matches, with the defeat coming to in-form Walsall. Peter Vincenti, Ian Henderson have both been contributing with goals and there's a number of young players who are performing well week in, week out. Andy Cannon, Jamie Allen and Joe Bunney (who scored recently, with manager Keith Hill telling him he needs to be professional) are just some of the names nurtured by Keith Hill and the side will want to challenge for the play-offs. Shrewsbury got a much need home win against Blackpool at the weekend, but it's hard to read too much into that because Blackpool are rock bottom. Whilst the Shrews are not bad on the road, I think Rochdale's home form will prove too strong.
Gillingham v Fleetwood – Gillingham win
Fleetwood are out of form again and manager Graham Alexander is suddenly under a bit of pressure. A home loss to Port Vale won't have pleased the crowd and they travel a long way to face high flying Gillingham. The Gills have started the season superbly and manager Justin Edinburgh is enhancing his credentials as a top manager. They've lost their last 2, but they have been on the road and back at the Priestfield, they should have too much for the Cod Army. They have goals in the side with Cody McDonald regaining full fitness and the early season form of Bradley Dack means he will be dangerous throughout, Fleetwood are still a young side and they will start improving, but they need to start cutting out the concession of silly goals if they are to progress.
Port Vale v Oldham – Port Vale win
Oldham have David Dunn in charge after the sacking of Darren Kelly. The Latics have just one win to their name this season, which is the same as bottom two clubs – Crewe and Blackpool. They have drawn a lot of their games, but are slipping down the table and the former Blackburn midfielder will have to turn them around pretty sharpish to avoid getting sucked into a battle at the very bottom. They face Port Vale here and Vale are on a high after coming back from a goal down to beat Fleetwood. They have a good squad and with manager Rob Page in his second season at the club, he has managed to put his stamp on things. The powerful Uche Ikpeazu is a handful up front and they have solidity at the back with Remi Streete and Ryan Iniss, the latter on loan from Crystal Palace is a no–nonsense centre back who will help his side keep clean sheets.
Accrington v Yeovil – Accrington win
Accrington are regularly priced up wrong by the bookmakers, but not today, they are rightfully clear favourites for this match with lowly Yeovil. John Coleman recently celebrated a year back at the club and it seems he managed to re-work his old magic as Stanley are riding high in 5th place. They have beaten Exeter 4-2 and put 3 past Crawley last weekend, they also held Portsmouth to a 0-0 draw. Barring that goalless encounter, they usually do score goals and they have firepower in Billy Kee, who needs to find the same consistency of old. He could be a force in this division if he does. Josh Windass is the standout player and he can keep them ticking over in midfield and help them ease past the Glovers.
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