Football Accumulator Tips: 28th & 29th December 2019

Match Recommended Bet Odds
Newcastle United vs Everton Newcastle/Draw Double Chance 4/6
West Ham vs Leicester City Leicester to Win 10/11
Bristol City vs Luton Bristol City to Win 4/6
Lincoln City vs Ipswich Town Ipswich to Win 8/5
Northampton Town vs Stevenage Northampton to Win 3/4
All Five Results as an Accumulator 23.13/1
  • Newcastle United v Everton – Everton have had a definite turn around in fortunes since dismissing their manager Marco Silva winning two and drawing three of their five games. Newcastle however have been solid at home losing just once at St James’ Park this term, conceding just 7 goals in the process, the best home defence in the Premier League so far.
  • West ham United v Leicester City – Leicester were thumped 0-4 at home by Liverpool in their Boxing Day fixture but they’ve been exceptional this season so far and have won 5/9 on the road so far. West Ham have massively underachieved this year and have a manager in Manuel Pellegrini who is firmly in the firing line. At the London Stadium they’ve won just twice during the season, drawing one and losing five.
  • Bristol City v Luton – Luton have really struggled in their return to the Championship finding themselves just one point off the base of the league and could go bottom at the turn of the year if results go against them. Away from home they’ve won two, drawn none and lost 10 and are facing a Bristol City team who are in a familiar position of just outside the play-off spots. City are on a four game losing streak but we expect them to get back on track here.
  • Lincoln City v Ipswich Town – Lincoln were always going to struggle once the Cowley brother departed though they find themselves in a respectable position in League One. They are however facing an Ipswich team who are vying for automatic promotion and have the best away record in the division winning 7/11 so far. As a result the 8/5 on an away win seems good value.
  • Northampton Town vs Stevenage – Stevenage face the unenviable position of being at the bottom of the football league at the end of this calendar year, winning just twice, neither of which were away, scoring only 14 times in their 22 matches this season. Northampton aren’t setting the world alight in ninth place but are in the mix for the top seven and a shade of odds against looks a decent bet.