Football Accumulator Tips for a hectic night of action right across Europe. Our tipsters have come up with 6 selections for your midweek accumulators.
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Football Accumulator Tips:
Middlesbrough to beat Wolves
Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka has vowed he will not change his side too heavily before this game. His side are playing well and beat Nottingham Forest at the weekend, a side they traditionally struggle against. The Spaniard said he may give goalkeeper Dimi Konstantopolous a rest, but the majority of the players who started at the weekend, should be playing once more. Wolves haven't been as impressive as many would have expected and they drew 0-0 with Brighton at the weekend, but lost Connor Coady to a red card and picked up a couple of knocks along the way. I think Middlesbrough can take advantage of their depleted squad.
Bournemouth to beat Preston
Bournemouth found themselves two up inside 10 minutes against Sunderland at the weekend claiming their first home win in the Premier League. They have been playing well and producing some lovely football. They know that travelling to Preston won't be the easiest of assignments as Preston saw off 10 man Watford in the last round. But, the Lilywhites are without Joe Garner & Jermaine Beckford (Inj) and Eoin Doyle (cup tied) which makes it more difficult. Preston haven't been scoring enough goals this season and I don't think it will be as simple as scoring and holding on like they did against the Hornets.
Notts County to beat Crawley
Crawley have been poor of late and losing 1-0 at home to Yeovil will only have increased the frustration of the fans. They can't seem to get any consistency, a 3-0 win away at Cambridge earlier in the season was the standout result, but they've never been able to recreate it. Notts County have struggled to bed in all of their new additions over the summer and Ricardo Moniz must start to pick up results. I am backing them here though as they beat Luton 3-2 in their last home which is a terrific result. Their home form will surely help them here.
Bromley to beat Kidderminster
A shortish one, but Kidderminster are yet to win this season and are propping up the National League. Bromley on the other hand must be full of confidence after netting 7 against Torquay at the weekend. They are on a run of 4 straight victories which includes wins against Gateshead, Macclesfield and away at Boreham Wood. With goals in their side, they seem to have finally turned the corner, with 4 of their 5 season wins coming recently, it's hard to see Kidderminster troubling them
AC Milan to beat Udinese
It looks likely to be Mario Balotelli's debut for AC Milan tonight, but don't let that put you off backing them! It's Udinese's poor form that is the worry for them and AC may have too many attacking options that can exploit their defensive weaknesses. The hosts have only won once this season, perhaps surprisingly at Juventus on the opening day of the season, but since then, they've been extremely poor with last week's defeat against Empoli being particularly poor. AC should be able dominate from set pieces and although they haven't set Serie A alight just yet, it won't be long before they get going
Granada to beat Real Sociedad
Neither of these sides are great, but Granada have a victory on the board at least. They beat Getafe a couple of games ago and only lost 1-0 to Real Madrid, which isn't bad at all. Considering that Madrid put 6 past Espanyol, to limit them to just one wasn't bad at all. They have played harder teams than Sociedad and are still above them in the table. It looks like being a long hard season for David Moyes, his side have scored just 2 goals this season and have lost 20 of their last 22 away matches. I can't see them breaking that record here.
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