It's back to a full domestic fixture list on Saturday and we've got football accumulator tips for the afternoon's fixtures. Our 5-fold pays 16/1 with William Hill
Football Accumulator Tips:
MK Dons v Gillingham – MK Dons Win
A short priced selection to start off the accumulator. MK Dons' boss Robbie Neilsen has endured a stop-start tenure so far but there are signs his Dons side are heading in the right direction. They have only lost twice in seven – once to high flying Millwall at the Den and the other in their grudge match at AFC Wimbledon. They have kept back to back clean sheets coming into this game and overcame bottom club Coventry in their last match here. Neilsen is still working with a lot of players signed by the previous regime and it'll be interesting to see how he fares with a whole season under his belt. Gillingham fans aren't impressed by Ady Pennock who has virtually been guaranteed the job for next season. They're on the decline and are stuttering their way to the end of the season. They've conceded 9 and scored once in their last three games and alarm bells are ringing.
Bristol Rovers v Shrewsbury – Bristol Rovers Win
Bristol Rovers were left disappointed by a 1-0 defeat to bottom club Coventry last weekend but they've been inconsistent on their travels all season and Mark Robins has the Sky Blues organised. The Gas are back at the Memorial Ground on Saturday taking on Shrewsbury and they should be able to get back to winning ways. Darrell Clarke's men are unbeaten since the end of November here and have recently beaten Chesterfield and Southend here. They've also drawn with high flying Sheffield United, Bradford and Scunthorpe who are all in the top five. Shrewsbury have struggled in recent weeks with defeats against Bolton and Port Vale. They could also only draw with Chesterfield and Coventry. They've played three of the bottom four and only picked up two points from those games.
Crewe v Cambridge – Crewe Draw No Bet
Crewe have been known to ruin accumulator's previously this season so we'll back them on the DNB just in case they don't get over the line here. Dave Artell has taken over from Steve Davis and looks to have his side well-organised and they arrive here full of confidence. The Railwaymen have kept three consecutive clean sheets and beaten Crawley, Colchester and Carlisle in recent encounters. They've won three of the last five games here only losing to in-form Stevenage and a galvanised Newport (after the sacking of Graham Westley – who wouldn't be galvanised by that?). Cambridge had sprung a couple of surprises on the road beating the horrendously out of form Carlisle and Hartlepool (held on for 88 minutes) but they were in action midweek losing 2-0 to Accrington and the hosts can benefit from the extra few days rest.
Stevenage v Barnet – Stevenage Win
Stevenage's recent run of form has won us a lot of money in 2017 and we're hoping they can continue their upward curve here. Darren Sarll's side have been the surprise package of the second half of the season and should be able to beat an inconsistent Barnet side. Stevenage have won six consecutive home matches at the LAMEX and any side who visits here is in for a tough time. They beat Pompey easily and really should have found a way past Cambridge on the road last weekend. Barnet are three games without a win on the road and were last seen losing tamely to Notts County. They did win at the Hive last weekend but that was against struggling Cheltenham. The hosts have kept four clean sheets in the last five matches and are bound to be tough to break down.
Leyton Orient v Wycombe – Wycombe Win
Leyton Orient cannot keep losing at home but they should always be opposed at Brisbane Road currently. It's a shame for the O's that poor running of the club has seen them go from being on the cusp of the Championship to the brink of the National League but hopefully they'll be able to bounce back. It's looking unlikely that they'll acquire many points between now and end of the season given their current form. They lost heavily to an (previously) out-of-sorts Crawley side and they will surely fall victim to an organised Wycombe side who are still chasing those play-off places. Gareth Ainsworth's side have actually been better on the road recently beating Hartlepool and Grimsby. They picked up decent home draws with Wycombe and Blackpool (although a touch fortunate in both) and with players coming back from injury they should be strong enough to secure three points here.
Football Accumulator Tips
Crewe Draw No Bet
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