Football Accumulator Tips: 25th – 27th June 2020

Match Recommended Bet Odds
Southampton vs Arsenal Southampton Draw No Bet 5/6
Burnley vs Watford Watford Draw No Bet 8/11
Preston vs Cardiff City Preston Draw No Bet 8/13
Barnsley vs Millwall Millwall Draw No Bet 5/6
Birmingham City vs Hull City Birmingham to Win 8/11
All Five Results as an Accumulator 15.19/1
  • Southampton vs Arsenal – It’s easy to jump on the anti Arsenal bandwagon at the moment, and especially so as they threw away a one-goal lead against Brighton on Saturday. Most interesting is their list of potential absentees, with Leno, Sokratis, Xhaka, Torreira, Chambers and Cedric all battling an ailment of some kind. Southampton looked really sharp against Norwich, and they have enjoyed 24 hours more of recovery time here too.
  • Burnley vs Watford – Watford were excellent value in their 1-1 draw with Leicester on Saturday, and indeed they might have felt hard done to not claiming all three points. Their progress is far more advanced than that of Burnley, who have been decimated with injuries and unavailability and that showed in their 0-5 tonking at Manchester City on Monday.
  • Preston vs Cardiff City – The final score said 2-0 to Cardiff, and that’s all that matters, but they were battered by Leeds on Sunday who simply could not find a route to goal. They won’t be let off the hook by Preston, you suspect, who are rather more clinical and who continue to fly under the radar in the Championship play-off race.
  • Barnsley vs Millwall – Prices make bets, and you can easily make a case for Millwall being far too long at 7/4 here. Yes, Barnsley have been in good form before and after the break, but they were fortunate to take all three points against QPR at the weekend. Millwall created some good chances against Derby, and with no home advantage at the moment the Lions have to be respected on their travels here.
  • Birmingham City vs Hull City – Hull City’s woes were all too evident in their 0-1 defeat to Charlton. They never properly replaced Jarrod Bowen and Kamil Grosicki in the transfer window, and now that the likes of Kingsley, Maddison and Irvine are refusing to play due to contractual disputes the picture is looking less than rosy. Birmingham, while outplayed against West Brom on Sunday, will relish this opportunity.