Accumulator Betting Tips
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What is a football ‘acca’ or football accumulator?
Football accumulators, otherwise known as an ‘acca’, are a type of bet that includes multiple selections. The biggest benefit of an accumulator for punters is that it multiplies the odds for each betting selection within a single stake – meaning the more selections you include, the larger the potential winnings.
Punters can bet on several different markets when building an accumulator, including BTTS (both teams to score), match result, cards, corners and much more. There are also no limits to how many selections you can make in a single acca bet, however every selection needs to be correct in order for an accumulator to win.
So, take a read of the information below and kick-start your accumulator betting tips journey with a bang.
How do I place a football accumulator bet?
Placing an accumulator can be complex, and yet it doesn’t need to be. Indeed, all you have to do is begin by choosing your sport, whether it’s football, NBA or NFL.
From there on in, you select a match and the type of bet you want to wager with, from first scorer all the way through to the number of shots converted in the game.
You then add this selection to your bet slip, at which point you’ll be able to apply the accumulator option under the multiple section, and pick as many legs – aka games – to add to your acca.
The only thing left to do is sit back and monitor the action as it unfolds across the games you’ve picked.
Which markets can I bet on with football accumulators?
There are plenty of markets to make great additions to your football accas, from BTTS (both teams to score) to first scorers. Below, we’ve listed a few to get you ahead of the online betting game. So, without further ado…
When it comes to football acca bets, full-time results are one of the most common, and fruitful, markets to delve into.
Sure, as each game unfolds, form, injuries, the fluctuating odds, and individual talent will see teams differ. However, as long as you remain privy to our match previews, with detailed stats and analysis on hand, you’ll seldom go wrong.
From Serie A permutations, all the way through to Tottenham (expect losses, lots of them), there’ll be games and score-lines to predict and emerge with cash in hand.
To score and win tips
A sure-fire way to double down in your football accumulator tips, this particular punt will allow you to emerge victoriously, should you play your cards right.
The key is to focus on teams you know possess the attacking arsenal to score and win easily – the big guns, if you will (yes, Everton do count this season).
Both teams to score
Exactly what it says on the tin – both teams must score for your acca betting tip to cop out, and that also counts with any extra time shenanigans and penalty shootout considerations.
Fortunately, this season, across the leagues teams can’t stop scoring. Seriously, so many goals. So, if there ever was a bet to cop out with in your accamulator, this is it.
With VAR around, this particular market should be a real doozy.
Indeed, all you have to do is decide whether or not you think the game will feature a 12-yarder and put those football accumulator tips to use across the various markets, and watch as the odds roll in your favour.
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Can I place ‘accas’ on in-play betting?
Of course – especially considering that with live stream platforms and in-play betting mode, it’s far easier to monitor the action when it’s unfolding live before your eyes.
How to build the best football accumulator
The reason the odds on accumulators have higher odds than single bets is because they have a higher risk associated due to the various selections within them. Our team of tipsters research the likelihood of outcomes by researching the odds, form, statistics and team news for the bets added to each accumulator selection.
Here are the things to consider when building your own acca and making good use of those football accumulator tips:
Number of selections
The number of selections – Remember, with each selection the risk of your bet increases.
However there are plenty of different markets to delve into within those selections, from BTTS (both teams to score) and first scorer, all the way through to the final result.
Betting on heavy favourites
Betting on heavy favourites – If you’ve built your acca and included a heavy favourite, take a look at the difference in potential winnings if you remove that specific selection. If the odds change is low, it might not be worth including the heavy favourite in the risk of a freak result.
Read our match previews
Read the match previews – Take advantage of match previews to learn more than just the form for each team or player in your bet.
Will a team be missing a key player due to suspension or injury? Have they not won away from home for a couple of months? Have they simply been riding their luck?
Doing the research is important for punters to be confident they’ve made an informed betting decision so they can put those football accumulator tips to good use.
Does your betting site offer ‘acca insurance’?
Some bookmakers offer ‘acca insurance’. This is when a bookmaker will offer punters their stake back should one of their selections lose – normally credited in free bets. The likes of Betfair and Paddy Power offer this kind of addition to your accumulator.
When do you post football accumulator tips?
We aim to post our football accumulator tips 48 hours before the start of a round of fixtures, however this is subject to change if the selections are held on separate days. This should give punters time to research the best odds and betting offers for their fixtures available.
Some punters may decide to place their bets at the last minute due to any injuries or general team news. Check out our match previews for the latest predictions, team news and form guides for some upcoming games.
Can I bet on the football accumulator tips today?
With the pressure of playing in several competitions for many teams, and the TV coverage of these fixtures, punters are likely to find midweek football on every day of the week.
Whether it’s a clash of European giants or a midweek battle between League Two rivals, there’ll be something for you. We’ll update our football accumulator tips pages on a daily basis, ensuring our users never miss out on a potential opportunity.
Best bookmaker for football accumulator tips
Football accumulator tips are one of the most popular ways to kick-start your online betting experience, with plenty of bookies enticing new customers and appealing to existing customers with compelling markets, odds and predictions.
Fortunately for you, we’ve outlined the creme of the crop below for you to register with. Lo and behold:
Which competitions do you offer football accumulator tips for?
Our team of tipsters possess extensive expertise and carry out detailed research into football ranging from competitions throughout Europe and the rest of the world. Our football acca tips range from the competitions listed below:
- FA Cup
- League Cup
- Europa League
- Serie A
- La Liga
- League One
- League Two
- Euro 2020