Football accumulator tips for this week’s Tuesday evening matches including the reasons for each selection and a £100 sign-up bonus to spend on the bet.
Action from League Two dominates this Tuesday accumulator tip with promotion play-off hopefuls Carlisle and Tranmere selected as they host important games. Decent home team Northampton are also featured while Leyton Orient will aim to enhance their National League promotion ambitions when travelling to struggling Aldershot. The final selection involves Hearts hosting Scottish Championship team in cup action. Odds of approximately 18/1 are likely to be available for the successful outcome of these midweek football tips.
A second 4-1 loss in four games was suffered by Notts County at the weekend when they were comfortably beaten at Cheltenham with their hopes of avoiding relegation from League Two now diminishing. There had been hopes of a revival at County when winning two successive games last month but just one point claimed in their last four fixtures is not a good sign ahead of this visit to Carlisle. The hosts narrowly overcame in-form Swindon at Brunton Park on Saturday and they have lost just once in league action at the venue since the beginning of December. A home win is predicted for the promotion play-off hopefuls.
Inconsistent could be the best word to describe the recent form of Newport as they beat Middlesbrough and Mansfield on home soil last month but three defeats in their last four League Two games on the road is a concern. A 3-0 loss at Colchester on Saturday was particularly poor. The Welsh team visit Northampton with the hosts unbeaten in six matches and winning the last three of those games. Having lost just once at Sixfields Stadium in league action since mid-September, Northampton could follow a 2-1 weekend home victory with another win.
Clean sheets have suddenly become a regular feature of Tranmere results with five registered in their last six League Two fixtures with just one goal conceded in that other fixture. Five victories have been earned by Rovers during that sequence as they strive to claim a promotion playoff berth. Visitors Grimsby have drifted well away from the top seven positions in the league table, and they have been poor travellers in recent weeks with defeats suffered in three of their last five games on away soil. The Mariners could be facing a third consecutive loss when facing Tranmere.
Having won all three games to date during March including a vital 1-0 home victory against Wrexham on Saturday, Leyton Orient appear to be regaining that winning habit as the promotion battle from the National League intensifies. Furthermore, Orient have lost just once on the road this year ahead of this visit to relegation-threatened Aldershot. The hosts have failed to win a home fixture since beating Braintree 1-0 at the beginning of November and their solitary win this year was secured against the same team. A difficult evening awaits Aldershot with another defeat likely.
For this Scottish Cup quarter-final relay, hosts Hearts will be aiming to overcome their Championship visitors after returning to winning ways at the weekend when beating Dundee 1-0 at Dens Park. Although Hearts can be inconsistent at times, they have won five competitive matches at Tynecastle since mid-December. Partick will arrive in Edinburgh having claimed a very late win when playing on home soil against Dundee United on Saturday, but they lost 3-0 at Dunfermline in their previous away match. The Jags have been poor travellers for the majority of the current campaign, and they are facing another away defeat on Tuesday.
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