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Football accumulator tips from our tipster who has picked out the best 4 bets from a full Championship fixture list and a couple of League 1 and 2 fixtures. 



Football Accumulator Tips:

Burnley v Fulham – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Burnley have been on a sensational run of form and they've been performing well at Turf Moor. They beat Huddersfield here by 2 goals to 1 at the weekend and with the goals of Andre Gray, they have a lot more firepower to finish teams off. It shows the importance of having a striker in-form as they did with Danny Ings during their promotion winning season to the Premier League. Firepower is one thing that Fulham aren't short of either. With Ross McCormack in the side and the in-form Moussa Dembele, they have hit 8 in their last 2 games and don't look like stopping there. Burnley have scored in every single one of their home matches and they will probably continue that run here. Fulham conceded twice to Reading and even let Bristol City put one past them. The Cottagers are much better at the back, but work in progress.


Leeds v Cardiff – Under 2.5 goals 

Leeds just can't seem to win at Elland Road. Conceding twice in the first 6 minutes to Blackburn left them with a lot to do and they couldn't get on the scoresheet. They barely created a chance though other than Tom Adeyemi's header which came back off the post. Cardiff have had two consecutive goalless draws, they have no problem keeping the goals out, but Russell Slade needs to find a way of getting goals back into his side. Alex Revell is struggling at this level whilst Joe Mason is their only main source of goals. Steve Evans will be desperate not to lose in front of the home fans again and will do everything in his power to avoid conceding early, this one could be tight. 


Ipswich v Bolton – Under 2.5 goals 

Another match in which we think goals will be at a premium. Ipswich have been struggling in front of goal with another goalless draw against Cardiff on Saturday. Its difficult to believe that Freddie Sears, Daryl Murphy & David McGoldrick cannot buy a goal between them, but that is very much the case. Bolton don't score enough goals either, they barely score any at all. They drew a blank at Preston again at the weekend and despite a longer trip south, it could be a very similar result. Mick McCarthy will just want a 1-0 win here to get his side's promotion bid back on track and his defence may have a quiet evening on their hands against the impotent Trotters. 


Brentford v Hull – Under 2.5 goals 

Two in-form teams meet at Griffin Park. Brentford have kept 3 consecutive clean sheets including preventing QPR getting on the scoresheet on Friday night and under Lee Carsley they are marching up the table. Carsley has certainly made them harder to beat and they face Hull, who rarely concede and like to keep things tight. Brentford have scored 5 goals in their last 3 games, not conceding in the process. Hull won again at the weekend, once again it was a 2-0 victory for the Tigers, something we've come to expect from Steve Bruce's side. I can't see there being many goals here with defences on top and just one goal could win it. 


Coventry v Barnsley – Coventry win 

There's something wrong in South Yorkshire, Lee Johnson has a real task on his hands to turn it around after his Barnsley side slipped into the relegation zone after losing to Scunthorpe. They face a very difficult assingment at the Ricoh Arena against a Coventry side who came back from 2 down to beat Peterborough at the weekend. Tony Mowbray has told his side to beware of 'wounded' Barnsley, but I don't think theyll have too many problems here. Adam Armstrong is back amongst the goals and despite the loss of Reda Johnson to injury, there's still a number of talented players including John Fleck, Romain Vincelot and Ryan Kent. Joe Cole is likely to make his home debut in this game and that will only make it more diffiult for Lee Johnson and his Tykes


Football Accumulator Tips

Burnley v Fulham – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Leeds v Cardiff – Under 2.5 goals 

Ipswich v Bolton – Under 2.5 goals 

Brentford v Hull – Under 2.5 goals 



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