Football Accumulator Tips for Tuesday night from across the EFL. There are a limited number of fixtures in the Championship but virtually a full card in Leagues One & Two. Our 5-fold pays 29/1 with Bet365

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Football Accumulator Tips

Swindon v Gillingham – Swindon Draw No Bet 

Swindon were excellent in their 0-0 draw here with Oldham 10 days ago. They absolutely battered the Latics and should have won the game by 2 or 3 goals. Oldham got lucky and were helped by an excellent goalkeeping display from Connor Ripley. Nicky Ajose and Jonathon Obika is a potent strikeforce and they both got on the scoresheet at the weekend with the Robins beating Coventry 3-1 at the Ricoh. Ben Gladwin has also put in a series of commanding midfield performances and they should have too much for poor travellers Gillingham. The Gills picked up their first victory under manager Ady Pennock at the weekend but it wasn't convincing with 10 man Southend pulling one back with 7 minutes to play causing a nervy finish. Swindon may miss copious chances again here, but Gillingham's defences concedes more than 2 goals a game away from home and is likely to buckle. 


Walsall v Chesterfield – Walsall Win 

Walsall have been excellent at the Bescott recently and they've collected almost 70% of their points here this season. They welcome struggling Chesterfield on Tuesday night and it should be another three points secured for the Saddlers. The Spirerites are yet to secure a victory under new manager Gary Caldwell and conceded four at home to Oxford at the weekend. There is a chronic lack of goals in the side without Ched Evans and they cannot seem to find the net. They've failed to score in 4 of their last 7 matches and have scored just once in the remaining three. Walsall have won their last four home matches and scored 11 goals in the process. Jon Whitney's side may not be able to translate it onto the road but with Ehurn Oztumer pulling the strings in midfield they can collect another three points here. 


Shrewbury v Charlton – Shrewsbury Draw No Bet 

Shrewbury are a huge price to win this match and whilst I am tempted to take the 9/4, for accumulator purposes, we're going to play it safe. Paul Hurst's men lost 2-1 at MK Dons at the weekend and paid the price for a slow start. The Dons scored twice early on but couldn't add to their lead as the Shrews grew into the game. They snatched one at the end but couldn't force an equaliser. At the Meadow, they are excellent and have won each of their last four matches. Wimbledon, Oldham, Bradford and Bury have all left with nothing whilst the only side to have beaten them here since mid-October is the in-form Cod Army (Fleetwood) who sit 3rd. Charlton are having problems and despite the return of Ricky Holmes, Karl Robinson's side can't buy a win. They are without a victory in February despite having played 6 times. They have drawn two of their last three away games and that's why we are playing it cautiously but they arrive here off the back of 2 home defeats and will have played 5 times inside 14 days! 


Accrington v Wycombe – Accrington to score over 1.5 team goals 

Accrington have been excellent recently and John Coleman's side are strolling out of the relegation mire at the bottom of the table. They come off the back of another creditable result in which they drew 2-2 with Doncaster at the weekend. They also drew 4-4 with promotion chasing Mansfield recently and the side have plenty of confidence going forward. They've scored at least twice in four of their last five matches in League Two and Wycombe are not in good form. Accrington have scored 57% of their goals at home this season. Wycombe lost again at the weekend despite taking the lead against Crawley. The Chairboys aren't playing well and they are struggling for results. Gareth Ainsworth's side are tumbling out of the play-off race and have conceded 10 goals in their last 4 away matches in League Two losing them all. 


Stevenage v Leyton Orient – Stevenage to score over 1.5 team goals 

Our final accumulator tip comes from the Lamex. It's the same bet as above with League Two's in-form side backed to grab a couple of goals. They've in terrific form recently and beat Crewe 2-1 at the weekend. After a ropey start to the season here, they've now won their last four home games scoring 2-3-2-3 in each of those games. Matt Godden has hit form and they are taking shots from all over the pitch. Leyton Orient have been better on the road recently and did surprise Plymouth (2-3) but did still concede a couple of goals in that match and they could be suceptible here. Their heads will be down after losing to a relegation rival at the weekend and Stevenage can continue playing with a swagger. 


Football Accumulator Tips:

Swindon Draw No Bet

Walsall Win 

Shrewsbury Draw No Bet 

Accrington to score over 1.5 team goals 

Stevenage to score over 1.5 team goals 


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