Football accumulator tips for this weekend’s Saturday afternoon matches including the reasons for each pick and which bookmaker to use on our accumulator bet.
Huddersfield are seemingly doomed to relegation from the Premier League and their clash at decent home team West Ham features in this Saturday accumulator tip. In-form Sheffield Wednesday have also been selected alongside Bury and Salford, with both teams seeking automatic promotion from their respective divisions. The final selection involves struggling Hamilton hosting Hearts.
West Ham to beat Huddersfield
Sheffield Wednesday to beat Blackburn
Bury to beat Cambridge
Salford to beat Aldershot
Hearts to beat Hamilton
Accumulator Odds – 16/1 with MoPlay.
After suffering a poor 2-0 weekend defeat at Cardiff during which they could have conceded further goals, West Ham remain winless on the road this year with just one point earned. Yet the Hammers are a much better team on home soil with just one defeat incurred since the beginning of December and with three victories earned from their last four matches. Visitors Huddersfield will arrive in London having failed to score on their travels during 2019 with only one point secured from their last eight away matches in Premier League action. A home win is tipped.
Since the beginning of February, Sheffield Wednesday have remained unbeaten in Championship action and have registered six clean sheets in that time. A 2-0 midweek victory at struggling Bolton was a third win in five games with confidence increasing under the management of Steve Bruce. Visitors Blackburn ended a winless sequence of seven games when beating poor travellers Wigan on Tuesday evening but they have collected only one point from their previous four matches on the road which includes defeats at lowly teams Reading and Rotherham. The Owls could claim another victory.
Having not played in midweek, Bury will be the fresher of these two teams and they will be aiming to extend a current unbeaten sequence in League Two action stretching back to late December. Besides claiming sixteen points from their previous six league fixtures, the Shakers also netted three times in each of their last two winning home games. Visitors Cambridge have struggled for goals in recent weeks although they did win 2-0 at Grimsby at the beginning of the month. United are also unbeaten during March but having lost three matches on the road without scoring a goal prior to that win at Grimsby, another loss is likely.
Fresh from not having played in midweek, Salford will arrive in Aldershot having won their last three National League games without conceding a goal as they seemingly return to their early season form. Salford have also beaten some decent teams during that three-game sequence. Meanwhile, hosts Aldershot continue to struggle near the foot of the league table and they have lost all three matches this month conceding twice in each game. The Shots had previously ended a long winless sequence by beating Braintree 1-0 but it is likely that they will suffer another defeat in this contest.
After losing 5-0 on home soil to Rangers and then winning 2-0 at Aberdeen, Hamilton then produced another poor performance when beaten 3-0 at Motherwell on Saturday. Apart from that surprise win at Pittodrie, Hamilton have won just one other Scottish Premiership game since mid-December as they struggle to preserve their top-flight status. Ahead of their visit to Hamilton, Hearts narrowly beat Championship team Partick in midweek cup action to seal a second successive competitive victory. The Jambos have lost just twice since the beginning of February when conceding very late winners and they should be capable of inflicting their third defeat of the season upon the hosts.