Football accumulator tips for tonight’s Tuesday evening matches including the reasons for each pick on the acca tip and which bookmaker to use to get £40 in free bets.
Middlesbrough to beat Wigan
Fleetwood to beat Wycombe
Ipswich to beat AFC Wimbledon
Sunderland to beat Rochdale
Mansfield to beat Leyton Orient
Odds – 23/1 with Betfred.
Midweek EFL action features in this Tuesday accumulator tip with one selection involving Middlesbrough’s attempt to claim a first Championship victory of the season when hosting Wigan. League One games at Fleetwood, Ipswich and Rochdale are also included with promotion-seeking Sunderland visiting the latter team. The footy acca today is completed by Mansfield aiming to extend Leyton Orient’s stuttering start to the campaign. Odds of approximately 21/1 are likely to be available for the successful outcome of these midweek tips.
Just one point collected from their first three Championship matches and EFL Cup elimination on penalties by League Two team Crewe reflects a poor start to the season for Middlesbrough. Yet their two league defeats have been incurred by the only goal of the game. Boro now face a Wigan outfit beaten 2-0 at the Riverside Stadium last term and hoping to avoid a fourth successive loss without scoring a goal. The Latics also played nearly seventy minutes with just ten players during a 2-0 weekend defeat by Leeds, and Boro could exploit that extra effort expended by their visitors in sealing a first victory of the campaign.
After winning their opening couple of League One games and then narrowly losing 1-0 at Nottingham Forest in EFL Cup action, Fleetwood were hoping to produce another decent performance at Doncaster on Saturday. However, they suffered an unfortunate 3-2 loss when conceding a last-minute own goal just minutes after striking the woodwork at the other end. The Cod Army will aim for a return to winning ways against a Wycombe outfit unbeaten this term, but they beat Bolton on the opening day and needed a 90th minute winner to overcome MK Dons on Saturday. A narrow home win is the prediction here.
Although they have netted once in every League One game this term, just a single point has been earned by AFC Wimbledon and they allowed to Accrington Stanley to claim an equaliser on Saturday despite their opponents being reduced to ten players. The Dons now travel to face an Ipswich outfit beaten only by Luton this season and unfortunate not win both opening matches of the campaign when collecting four points. Battling qualities were demonstrated by the Tractor Boys on Saturday when earning a 2-2 draw at Peterborough via a very late equaliser and they could win this Tuesday evening contest.
A 0-0 draw earned at Shrewsbury on Saturday ensured that Rochdale remain unbeaten this season. Yet the concession of late goals nearly proved costly at Tranmere where they won 3-2 and then a late equaliser was conceded when hosting Doncaster. Dale now face Sunderland with the Black Cats beginning to demonstrate winning form after starting their campaign with two 1-1 draws. Beating Portsmouth 2-1 on home soil was a decent result, and they could claim all three points from this match.
Prior to visiting Carlisle on Saturday, Mansfield had been involved in three successive 2-2 draws with the opposition scoring first on each occasion. However, defensive issues appear to have been rectified at Brunton Park on Saturday where they claimed a 2-0 win. A home game against Leyton Orient now awaits and the visitors have netted just once this season when beating nine-man Cheltenham on the opening day. Orient have already conceded five goals in losing their two matches on the road and could suffer another away defeat.
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