After a weekend where both my acca tips were just one goal away from winning and a full midweek premier league fixture list on its way, I have decided to do a special edition for some midweek football tips.
So last week I published Lazy Fan’s first betting tips article, I picked a bankers
In the bankers
In the outsider bet, 2/3 came in but Portsmouth could not quite get a winner against QPR to see them through to the next round of the cup.
With Spurs losing to Crystal Palace and Millwall beating Everton in what was a classic FA cup tie – we were so close to winning the outsider acca in our first week.
Midweek Banker Accumulator
- Fulham v Brighton-BTTS 19/20
- Wolves v West Ham-BTTS 3/4
- Manchester United- 2/7
- Southampton v Crystal Palace-BTTS 3/4
Fulham V Brighton: With both teams still desperate for points and both teams really poor defensively, I can see plenty of goals coming in this matchup. I would not be able to pick between either team but the Both Teams To Score bet for me is pretty much a certainty.
Wolves V West Ham: Has the potential to be a cracker, both teams possess an array of attacking talent that should cause problems for both defences, we also might get to see the return of Marko Arnautovic to the West Ham side as he tries to earn back of the love of the west ham faithful.
Manchester United V Burnley: Manchester United are on a serious run of form under their new gaffer and I can’t see it stopping here, I really can’t see Burnley causing an upset at Old Trafford even though they are still in dire need for some points to fly them up the table.
Southampton V Crystal Palace: With time running out in the Premier League Season and both Southampton and Palace only 3 points clear of safety both teams will have to play to win on Wednesday night.
This will be the only bet I will be doing this midweek as I dont really fancy anything with an outside chance.
All odds have been found via Coral.com and they will be subject to change up until kickoff.
Happy Betting Guys and remember to gamble responsibly.
Let us know your bankers of the week below!