Football Accumulator Tips: 25th – 26th July 2020

Match Recommended Bet Odds
Arsenal vs Watford Arsenal to Win Evens
Burnley vs Brighton Burnley Draw No Bet 4/6
Leicester City vs Manchester United Manchester United to Win 11/10
Manchester City vs Norwich City Manchester City -2 Goal Handicap 4/6
Harrogate Town vs Boreham Wood Boreham Wood/Draw Double Chance 8/11
All Five Results as an Accumulator 19.15/1
  • Arsenal vs Watford – Even accounting for Arsenal’s injury woes, it is almost impossible to make a case for Watford here and the Gunners’ price of Evens is an absolute steal. The Hornets, managerless and rudderless, have conceded 15 goals in their last six games, and even accounting for their desperation to win it’s hard to see how they will make that happen. Arsenal have beaten Manchester City and Wolves recently and taken a point from Leicester, so they are in high spirits.
  • Burnley vs Brighton – You suspect the words ‘dead rubber’ don’t feature in Sean Dyche’s vocabulary, and he will want Burnley to finish as high as possible – what a feather in the cap if they could finish above Arsenal. Brighton have won just one of their last six, and some of their players look to already be, metaphorically, on the city’s famous beach.
  • Leicester City vs Manchester United – Nobody has played better since the restart than Manchester United – that’s a fact, they average 2.50 points per game, whereas only four teams have been worse than Leicester from a points accumulation perspective. Brendan Rodgers has been forced to switch to three at the back due to injuries, and it simply hasn’t worked – W2 D1 L3 is not top four form.
  • Manchester City vs Norwich City – A gentle reminder here that Manchester City have scored 20 goals in their last six games, winning five of them. Norwich, with six straight defeats, have conceded 14 in that spell and scored just once. If Pep Guardiola’s men don’t win this game and win it well then it would be an almighty shocker.
  • Harrogate Town vs Boreham Wood – It’s off to the National League play-offs now, where those teams that have already returned in the quarter-finals surely have an advantage over the semi-finalists who haven’t played since March. Boreham Wood disposed of a decent Halifax Town last time out, and they only finished six points behind Harrogate in the normal season – they shouldn’t be 5/2 underdogs here.