Football Accumulator Tips: 28th February – 1st March 2020

Match Recommended Bet Odds
Norwich City vs Leicester City Leicester to Win 8/11
Newcastle United vs Burnley Burnley/Draw Double Chance 2/1
West Ham vs Southampton Southampton Draw No Bet 4/5
Tottenham vs Wolves Wolves Draw No Bet 4/7
Luton Town vs Stoke City Luton/Draw Double Chance 4/6
All Five Results as an Accumulator 11.21/1
  • Norwich City vs Leicester City – On paper at least Leicester’s form doesn’t look all that impressive, but a 0-0 draw at Wolves isn’t a shabby result and they arguably deserved a point against Manchester City last time out – the less said about VAR, the better. So they can at least take some heart from those games, which is more than can be said for Norwich. Completely outplayed of late, they’ve scored just two goals in their last 540 minutes of football, and there is very little to promote the cause of the Canaries here.
  • Newcastle United vs Burnley – The modus operandi at Newcastle is to defend with your life and then try and nick a goal on the break or from set pieces. However, they’ve gone more than 270 minutes without finding the net and won just one of their last nine. Why the Magpies are 6/4 favourites here is anybody’s guess, so Burnley will be well supported and why not: W4 D1 L0 is the progressive formline of a team to get behind.
  • West Ham vs Southampton – The complete lack of confidence in West Ham’s players was there for all to see in their 2-3 defeat against Liverpool on Monday. Finding themselves 2-1 up, the Hammers retreated and there was an incredible inevitability about the subsequent defeat. Gutless against Manchester City, they’ve now not won since New Year’s Day. Southampton are inconsistent, but it’s worth taking a chance on a side that has beaten Leicester in recent memory and who were so comfortable in their 2-0 victory over Aston Villa last time out.
  • Tottenham vs Wolves – Defensively suspect and without Harry Kane and Son Heung-min, Tottenham appear to be a sitting duck at the moment and they will be vulnerable against a Wolves side that has been performing reliably well of late. Their only loss in their last six has come against the champions-elect Liverpool.
  • Luton Town vs Stoke City – Despite producing some curious performance data, Luton are winning football matches – three in their last four – at the moment, and there’s no substitute for the confidence that brings. Stoke, meanwhile, have lost three of their last five games by 0-2, 2-4 and 0-4 margins, so there’s clearly concerns in their camp.