Tuesday night sees a whole host of football fixtures and to try and find some value, we’ve put together a tidy accumulator for you to consider. 

Football Accumulator Tips: 

  • Swansea to beat Watford @ 23/20
  • West Brom to beat QPR @ 4/7
  • Portsmouth to beat Cambridge United @ 8/11
  • Oxford United to beat Wigan Athletic @ 11/10
  • Mansfield Town to beat Harrogate Town @ 8/13
  • Notts County to beat Sutton United @ 4/7

Sixfold pays 31/1

Swansea to beat Watford @ 23/20

Watford edged past basement club Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend but it was a far from convincing display and pressure is mounting on Valerien Ismael. Meanwhile Swansea put up a spirited fight in their defeat to leaders Leicester City, and had won four in a row before that loss. They should be able to bounce back with a win here.

West Brom to beat QPR @ 4/7

Time is surely ticking now for Gareth Ainsworth. The 2-1 defeat to Huddersfield Town marked four losses in a row for QPR, and they now sit 22nd in the league. Next they face a tough trip to West Brom, who are by no means an elite outfit this season, but a comfortable mid-table side. They should be able to dispatch a QPR side lacking in confidence and quality.

Portsmouth to beat Cambridge United @ 8/11

The best team in the EFL at the moment? One of only two unbeaten sides across the 72, Portsmouth needed a late winner to secure a 1-0 win over a stubborn Carlisle. That made it six wins in a row for all competitions, and John Mousinho has his team playing some wonderful football. Next they face a Cambridge side without a win in their last six. This should be relatively straightforward.

Oxford United to beat Wigan Athletic @ 11/10

Oxford haven’t lost since the 2nd of September in the league, and although Jordan Rhodes rescued a point for Blackpool in injury time at the weekend, they are still an excellent side at this level. They travel to a Wigan side who impressed in a win over Exeter, but are not at the same level as the U’s on their day. It should be a cracking encounter, but the away side should have enough to get back to winning ways.

Mansfield Town to beat Harrogate Town @ 8/13

Harrogate have been in great form, winning four of their last six games and climbing up to 14th in the table, but they host a Mansfield team that is undoubtedly one of the best at this level. With Aden Flint and co, Mansfield thumped Notts County 4-1 recently, before their weekend match was postponed. Now back in action, they can pick up where they left off.

Notts County to beat Sutton United @ 4/7

Arguably the best team in League Two? Along with Stockport, Notts County have taken the division by storm. They’ve scored 30 goals already, and Luke Williams hasn’t struggled with the step up in opposition at all. They are currently second in the league, and face Sutton United, the team currently rock bottom of the EFL. Home win.

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