Football Accumulator Tips for another terrific Saturday afternoon of action across the divisions. We've picked out the five best bets from the 3pm kick offs. 



Football Accumulator Tips

Swansea v Leicester – Leicester to score over 1.5 team goals 

Jamie Vardy may have been the centre of attention of the national press with his goalscoring spree but Leicester have been putting together a terrific run of results and they are scoring for fun. The Foxes have scored two or more goals in all but one of their away games this season and they face a side who are going through a tough time. Garry Monk is skating on thin ice in the Swans hotseat at the moment and they are going through a ropey patch. They've won just once in eight and that was against a poor Aston Villa side. Swansea have only kept two clean sheets all season, both of those were pre-September 19th. Leicester have scored 15 goals away from home and have the second best record on the road. 


Nottingham Forest v Fulham  – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Fulham are the kings of BTTS in the Championship with 15 of their 18 games featuring both teams scoring and just one in the last eight, that was against Middlesbrough, who have the best defence in the league. They've scored almost half of their goals, away from home with 15 of their 31 goals coming on the road. They've also conceded 30 goals in the process. 67% of Forest's games have ended with BTTS and they've scored ten goals at home. Three of their last four home goals have featured with both teams finding the net and both of their last two. Ten of their 18 have gone this way and six of their nine home matches. These sides have kept just five clean sheets between them all season. 


Rotherham v Wolverhampton – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Rotherham are another side who score frequently in this division with 12 of their 21 goals coming at the New York Stadium. The visitors today are Wolves who drew 2-2 on their last away trip, that was at Ipswich. Three of Rotherham's last four home matches have featured plenty of goals, including a 5-2 defeat to Ipswich & a 2-1 loss to Sheffield Wednesday. Seven of their nine home games have gone this way and although at home, goals have been hard to come by, Wolves have had both teams to score in five of their nine away from Molineux. The Millers have only failed to score one at home and it looks likely to continue under their mini-resurgence under Neil Redfearn. 


Falkirk v Livingston – Falkirk win 

Falkirk's defence at home is pretty impressive, they've only conceded twice all season and it looks like they might grab another one against inconsistent Livingston. They've only lost twice all season, one of those being a defeat here to in-form Hibernian. In their last two home games, they've scored eight goals and conceded none. Livingston have lost their last two away matches, one was to the aforementioned Hibernian and the other one to Morton. Their only other win on the road was to lowly Alloa. Livingston have kept just one clean sheet away from home and that doesn't bode well as they prepare to face a potent Falkirk attack. 


Halifax v Guiseley – Over 2.5 goals 

Halifax have had a torrid campaign so far. Darren Kelly took over and his side starting shipping goals on a weekly basis. They conceded seven to Grimsby and six to Cheltenham and they had a leakiest defence in the country. They've started to improve of late, with a 3-1 win over Gateshead being an impressive result, but there always seems to be goals wherever the Shaymen go. 77% of the home sides games have gone over 2.5 goals and although Guisley are a little more conservative, they hit three away at Wrexham and lost 2-1 at Tranmere on their last away trip. Halifax haven't managed to keep a clean sheet yet and now that they've started scoring, this one could be entertaining. 


Football Accumulator Tips 

Leicester to score over 1.5 team goals 

Nottingham Forest v Fulham – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Rotherham v Wolves – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Falkirk win 

Halifax v Guisely – Over 2.5 goals 


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