Football accumulator tips for this weekend’s Saturday afternoon matches including the last games of the season in the Football League and a betting tip from the Scottish leagues.
For their final away match prior to relegation from the Premier League, Fulham travel to decent home team Wolves and that game features in this Saturday accumulator tip alongside AFC Wimbledon’s attempt to secure their League One status at already relegated Bradford. Of the other games, promoted Bury and relegation-threatened Macclesfield host League Two matches, while the final selection involves Peterhead as they aim to clinch the Scottish League Two title.
Wolves to beat Fulham
AFC Wimbledon to beat Bradford
Bury to beat Port Vale
Macclesfield to beat Cambridge
Peterhead to beat Queens Park
Since their relegation to the Championship was confirmed following a 4-1 defeat at Watford, Fulham have won all three games without conceding a goal. The Cottagers have claimed narrow victories against both Bournemouth and Fulham in their last two contests but now face a Wolves team aiming to secure seventh position in the Premier League table. After their FA Cup semi-final defeat by Watford, Wolves earned only one point from two subsequent league games but they have now recovered to win two successive matches against Arsenal and Watford. Having not lost at Molineux since early January, Wolves are tipped to win this fixture.
Relegation from League One has already been confirmed for Bradford but they ended seven successive defeats by earning a home draw with Gillingham and then winning 3-2 at struggling Scunthorpe despite leading 3-0 after just fifteen minutes action. The Bantams now host another team struggling near the foot of the table, but Wimbledon will definitely avoid being relegated by winning this contest. Having stayed unbeaten on the road since narrowly losing an early February match at Sunderland, the Dons could extend their current unbeaten sequence to seven games by claiming all three points.
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With their League Two status for next season already assured, Port Vale appear to have relaxed in recent weeks having earned just one point from their last four matches including a 1-0 home defeat by lowly Macclesfield last weekend. Vale now travel to Bury with the hosts clinching promotion in the past week. With a top three position now certain and playing in front of their home supporters, the Shakers are likely to banish the nerves of recent weeks and secure a third consecutive home victory.
Earning a single point from this game is likely to ensure League Two safety for Macclesfield after a troubled season in and around the relegation zone. However, the Silkmen are unbeaten at Moss Rose in four outings and received another boost to their confidence by winning 1-0 at Port Vale last weekend. Survival was confirmed for visitors Cambridge several games previously, but they have secured just one point from four previous matches as their season draws to a finale. Macclesfield could end their campaign by clinching a second consecutive victory.
Several weeks previously, it had been expected Peterhead would clinch the Scottish League Two title well before the finish of the campaign. However, just two victories in seven outings including a shock defeat at bottom team Berwick has delayed those potential celebrations until after Saturday’s final match. Peterhead may now need to beat Queens Park, but the hosts have lost 3-0 in their last two games and have beaten only lowly teams Berwick and Albion Rovers in their latest six outings. A second successive away win is tipped for Peterhead.
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