Football Accumulator Tips: 13/1 Sixfold

 | November 06 | 

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There is plenty of football to sink your teeth into on Tuesday evening with both Champions League and Championship action in store. There are some enticing fixtures coming your way and we have put together a sixfold to offer some tips for a midweek accumulator.

Football Accumulator Tips

  • Ipswich Town to beat Rotherham United - 4/9
  • RB Leipzig to beat Red Star Belgrade - 1/2
  • Barcelona to bea Shakhtar Donetsk - 2/9
  • Paris Saint-Germain to beat AC Milan - 23/20
  • Manchester City to beat Young Boys - 1/20
  • Newcastle United to beat Borussia Dortmund - 6/4

Tuesday night sixfold pays at 13/1.

Ipswich Town to beat Rotherham United @ 4/9

Ipswich Town had to dig deep at the weekend to come from two goals down to salvage a point against Birmingham City. Substitute Marcus Harness scored twice inside the final 11 minutes of regulation time to spare the Tractor Boys a second defeat of the season.

After being suppressed by the Blues for much of that game, Ipswich will look to get back to playing their way against Rotherham United on Tuesday night, and they should be able to come away with three points.

RB Leipzig to beat Red Star Belgrade @ 1/2

After comfortably beating Red Star Belgrade 3-1 on home soil a fortnight ago, we are expecting Marco Rose's RB Leipzig to complete the double over their Serbian opponents in the Champions League. The German side have picked up two wins so far from their first three outings while Red Star have managed to only scrape a point thus far. Rose's men should have far too much quality again.

Barcelona to beat Shakhtar Donetsk @ 2/9

Barcelona emerged victorious over Shakhtar Donetsk last time out in the Champions League, winning 2-1 at home. They will travel for the reverse fixture in high spirits hoping that they can outsmart the Ukrainian side once again.

Ferran Torres has been on the scoresheet in the last two European outings, and Xavi will look to the Spaniard again, but Torres will be relieved to have Robert Lewandowski back in the side to share the goalscoring burden.

PSG to beat AC Milan @ 23/20

PSG made light work of AC Milan last time out at Parc des Princes, beating the Italian giants 3-0. Luis Enrique's side now face a tough test at the iconic San Siro, where the Rossoneri will be eager for revenge. Milan, however, are winless in their last four matches across all competitions, and their confidence will be extremely low. Even more so when they are yet to score a goal in Europe this season.

Manchester City to beat Young Boys @ 1/20 

After thumping Bournemouth 6-1 in the Premier League over the weekend, Manchester City will look to carry this momentum into the Champions League, which will almost certainly have Young Boys concerned. City came away 3-1 winners against the Swiss outfit last time out and they could be in line for a more ruthless display on home soil.

Newcastle United to beat Borussia Dortmund @ 6/4

We were all quite surprised to see Borussia Dortmund beat Newcastle United 1-0 at St James' Park in their previous meeting in the Champions League. The Black and Yellows won 1-0 thanks to Felix Nmecha and they will fancy themselves to beat the Magpies again with this one coming on their home turf.

However, they were thumped 4-0 at home to Bayern Munich at the weekend, while Newcastle registered a huge 1-0 win over Arsenal. This could certainly impact how Tuesday's game will play out.

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