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Football Accumulator Tips

Football accumulator tips for this week’s Tuesday evening matches including the reasons for each pick and which bookmaker to use on our accumulator bet.

Solihull and Stockport are both challenging for promotion from their respective National League divisions and their games feature in this Tuesday Accumulator alongside an improving York team as they travel to FC United of Manchester. A game from Scotland has also been selected as Inverness host struggling Alloa while the final selection involves a decent Bosnian team hosting inconsistent Greece in the Euro 2020 qualifiers.


Today’s Football Accumulator Tips

Bosnia and Herzegovina to beat Greece

Stockport to beat Ashton United

York to beat FC United of Manchester

Solihull to beat Boreham Wood

Inverness to beat Alloa

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Reasons for this Tuesday’s Football Betting Tips


Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Greece Betting Tip – Bosnia and Herzegovina win.

Although they began their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign by winning 2-0 in Liechtenstein, Greece were plagued by inconsistency during the Nations Cup as they won and lost three games apiece. Losses were incurred in both Hungary and Finland. Hosts Bosnia have been beaten just once within the last twelve months when narrowly losing a friendly game in Las Palmas against Spain, while they remained unbeaten during the Nations Cup with ten points earned from four matches. Bosnia could win a fourth successive contest on home soil.


Boreham Wood vs Solihull Betting Tip – Solihull win.

After winning just one National League game this year, the fortunes of Boreham Wood took another turn for the worse when beaten 2-0 by relegation-threatened Aldershot on home soil at the weekend. That loss followed a prior 3-2 at Ebbsfleet with the Wood registering just one clean sheet during 2019. Visitors Solihull suffered a setback to their promotion ambitions when losing 2-0 at improving Halifax on Saturday although they were reduced to ten players for the second period. The Moors lost at Salford by the same scoreline in their previous away match but this fixture is arguably an easier contest and they could claim a sixth league win since mid-February.


Stockport v Ashton United Betting Tip – Stockport win.

After featuring in a dramatic late FA Trophy semi-final loss when playing AFC Fylde at the weekend, Stockport may now be free to concentrate on their promotion aspirations from National League North. The distraction of potentially playing at Wembley has probably affected County as a long unbeaten sequence was ended when losing at Brackley prior to the two-legged semi-final affair. Tuesday opponents Ashton have lost their last four league matches without scoring a goal although they did surprise leaders Chorley by winning 1-0 before these recent losses. However, a home win is more likely in this contest.


FC United of Manchester vs York Betting Tip – York win.

When former Gateshead boss Steve Watson first joined York in mid-January, he presided over defeats against leading National League North teams Stockport and Chorley with seven goals conceded. The Yorkshire team have since won five league games with just two losses suffered and now face an FC United of Manchester outfit struggling to avoid relegation with only two victories claimed this year. United have not won on home soil since early December and are facing another defeat.


Inverness vs Alloa Betting Tip – Inverness win.

For most of December and early January, Alloa appeared to easing their relegation fears from the Scottish Championship as they remained unbeaten in six games and earned twelve points. Since losing at St Mirren in a cup-tie, the Wasps have subsequently lost six of seven league games culminating in a 2-1 weekend loss at Dundee United. A visit to Inverness now awaits with the hosts displaying more consistency in recent games having won four of their last five competitive fixtures. The Highlanders have failed to beat Alloa in two previous outings this term but their current momentum should allow them to earn all three points on this occasion.

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