Tuesday night delivers Champions League and Football League action alike which means there is a whole host of action for us to assess. This 46/1 acca covers five matches across the divisions.

Football Accumulator Tips – Tuesday 4th October

  • Braga to beat Union Berlin @ 11/4
  • Plymouth Argyle to beat Millwall @ 7/5
  • West Brom to beat Sheffield Wednesday @ 3/5
  • Bolton Wanderers to beat Stevenage @ 21/20
  • Oxford United to beat Shrewsbury Town @ 4/7

Fivefold accumulator pays 46/1

Braga to beat Union Berlin @ 11/4

I covered the Union Berlin vs Sporting Braga game for us with a pre-match preview, but this price is simply too good to turn down. Union Berlin have been in shocking form. They’ve failed to score in four of their last five matches, lost five in a row and the 1-0 loss to Heidenheim last time out was seriously damaging. They don’t look capable of scoring a goal at the moment, and are low on confidence. Braga meanwhile are scoring goals for fun domestically, and should be able to get a result in Germany.

Plymouth Argyle to beat Millwall @ 7/5

All is not well at Millwall. Manager Gary Rowett is losing the support of fans, and the 3-0 home defeat by Swansea at the weekend has heaped the pressure onto his shoulders. They’ve failed to score in three of their last four matches, while the 3-0 success over lowly Rotherham is the only win in their last five.

West Brom to beat Sheffield Wednesday @ 3/5

Sheffield Wednesday are awful. They are all over the shop at the moment, the owner is threatening to pull funds from the club and they were hammered 3-0 at home by Sunderland last time out. Xisco can’t get a tune out of his players and they are currently the worst side in the division. This could be the final nail in his coffin, as they travel to a West Brom side who just battered Preston in a 4-0 win. 

Bolton Wanderers to beat Stevenage @ 21/20

It’s third vs fourth in a key clash in League One on Tuesday night as Bolton host Stevenage. Steve Evans’ side have enjoyed a phenomenal rise since the charismatic manager took charge, and few expected the newly-promoted side to challenge for promotion again.

However, they were well-beaten by another strong side in Oxford United last time out. Bolton are similar to Oxford in many ways, with both sides dominant in terms of possession, and I can see Stevenage coming unstuck again here.

Oxford United to beat Shrewsbury Town @ 4/7

Speaking of Oxford, they are also on tonight’s acca. Having secured a major away win at Stevenage on Saturday, they now sit second in the league. They’ve won seven of their last eight since being beaten on the opening day and are evidently one of the strongest sides in the division. They should be able to beat a Shrewsbury team who haven’t scored in the last six matches. 

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