Friday night football accumulator tips from our team of experts for a number of fixtures from across the leagues. 

 

There's the usual selection of La Liga, Ligue 1 & Championship action on a Friday night and we've picked out the best 4 bets for the evening's encounters.

 

Friday Night Football Accumulator Tips:

 

Ipswich v Birmingham – Ipswich to score over 1.5 team goals

Ipswich haven't scored fewer than 2 goals in any of their home matches so far this season.Despite being on the wrong end of a entertaining 5 goal affair at Portman Road last time out, they always entertain. They also put 2 past Burnley and have generally been attack minded. If they get the ball down and spray it around, they will be hard to stop. Ryan Fraser is a talented midfielder who can help create chances. Birmingham saw their impressive home run come to an end in midweek, but they may find it difficult to stop Ipswich netting. They will definitely play their part in an entertaining game, which could have at least 5 goals in it once again. 

 

Rennes v Lille – First Team to Score – Rennes

I was stunned when I saw the stat that Lille have only scored 1 goal and conceded 1 this season. They've only played 5 games, but they are certainly the definition of 'keeping things tight'. They have drawn 3 of their matches 0-0 which is a worry for this bet, but Rennes are in-form and one of the better teams they will face in the early stages of the Ligue 1 season.Lille haven't scored away yet and it seems unlikely they will open the scoring here. Rennes have scored 5 goals in their opening 2 home matches and look good to take the lead. 

 

NEC v Herenveen – NEC Draw No Bet

NEC will look to make it 3 consecutive games unbeaten in the Eredivisie and also get their 3rd win of the season. When these sides met here in 2013 NEC won 3-1 and I feel siding with them again on the Draw No Bet market is the best option. Hereveen have failed to win in 4 attempts and have a number of players missing – Joris Voest, Doke Schmidt and Mitchell Te Vrede amongst others. NEC's last defeat came at Ajax, going down 2-0 which was entirely respectable. NEC tend to beat teams around them and these two are next to one another, so I'm going to side with the home side. 

 

Getafe v Malaga – Under 2.5 goals

It's the battle of two poor teams in La Liga on Friday night as bottom club Getafe, who are winless in 3 host Malaga. The away side haven't scored in the league yet, but they did only lose 1-0 to Barcelona which is respectable. They have drawn their last two games 0-0 and don't look particularly threatening up front. Getafe have scored a goal in their last 2 games, but they lost those games 2-1 and 3-1. It doesn't seem like these sides have a lot of firepower. Getafe have lost 9 of their last 10 games in the league and Malaga have lost 7 of their last 8 away games and the final stat is that 5 of the last 6 meetings between these sides have finished with under 2.5 goals. 

 

Friday Night Football Accumulator Tips:

Ipswich to score over 1.5 team goals

Rennes to score the first goal

NEC Draw No Bet

Getafe v Malaga – Under 2.5 goals

 

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