Football Accumulator Tips – JPT

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Football Accumulator Tips

Rochdale v Chesterfield – Rochdale win 

The competition only allows 5 changes for each fixture and that means that both teams have to take the match reasonably seriously. Keith Hill and Dean Saunders have both side they will looking to progress in this competition and although they may utilise all of the permitted alterations, it should be relatively full strength from both sides. Rochdale were disappointed by their 3-1 slump to Bradford at the weekend with Hill saying his side must 'reset' and get back to basics. He said his players aren't low on confidence as a result, but they may need to win ugly. That's what I feel they will do here. Chesterfield picked up vital points at Crewe at the weekend as they flirt with relegation, but they previously lost at Blackpool 7 days ago and that doesn't read well. They are missing influential captain Sam Morsy to suspension and I think that will hit them hard. 


Bury v Morecambe – Both Teams to Score? Yes 

Bury are riding the crest of a wave at the moment, they have risen to third in the table thanks to 7 straight wins. They are playing some tremendous stuff and despite captain Nathan Cameron admitting they got a little lucky on Saturday, they beat in-form Colchester and that is no mean feat. Morecambe are the visitors to Gigg Lane, before two derbies against Wigan and Rochdale. Morecambe lost 4-3 to Bristol Rovers at the Globe on Saturday and have been very open of late (as that scoreline suggests) and Tom Barkhuizen has found his scoring touch. Whilst the Shakers have been very solid defensively, Flitcroft could only name 6 subs at the weekend and does not want to aggravate any niggles or pick up any extra injuries and he says he might be tempted to alter his defence. Although Bury will probably win, that may give Morecambe the opportunity to ask questons of the Bury backline. 


Oxford v Swindon – Oxford to win 

Most League 2 v League 1 encounters would have the lower ranked opposition chalked up as underdogs, but not in this case. Oxford have lost just once in 18 games in League 2 under Michael Appleton whilst Swindon have been floundering in League 1. There is of course a little more at stake in this match than just a place in the 3rd round, with hostilities being renewed in the knock-out format so there simply must be a winner. Swindon haven't beaten Oxford in their last 5 attempts dating back to 2001 and they are not in great form. The Robins lost 1-0 at Blackpool at the weekend, barely mustering a chance along the way and they've lost 3 further games in their last 5. Mark Cooper is feeling the pressure after so much summer upheaval. Oxford are far more settled and now the influential Kemar Roofe is back fit and firing they are even more dangerous. Liam Sercombe scored twice at the weekend and they look in good shape to beat their old rivals. 


Gillngham v Luton – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Another side who have found form of late are Luton. They have won 5 of their last 6 including two away wins at Morecambe and Hartlepool. Those results 3-1 and 4-1 showed that they still have a soft underbelly at the back, but they are confident in the final third and should net against Gillingham, who conceded 3 times to Oldham at the weekend. Jack Marriott is hoping for a start for Luton after firing twice against their North Eastern opponents on Saturday and he will be looking to net again. Gillingham are in decent form, they are at the right end of League One and have been scoring plenty under Justin Edinburgh. They've also been conceding which makes me think this one will produce goals. 


Bristol City v Wycombe – Wycombe to qualify

Bristol Rovers v Wycombe were due to play twice in a week, but their Saturday afternoon clash has been postponed as a result of international call ups for the hosts. They meet tonight at the Memorial Ground though and Rovers will be missing Tom Lockyer, Ellis Harrison & Jake Gosling who join up with their respective nations. Darrell Clarke has vowed to give some of his fringe players a run out and a chance to test some of those who have lacked game time. They haven't got great home form, losing 4 of their last 5 here, winning against Barnet ( a team yet to win away) but they are much better on the road. Wycombe haven't been bad at all this season, sitting in 2nd place, having lost just once on the road so far. There is a little needle between these sides after Wycombe survived at the expense of Bristol Rovers 2 years ago on the final day of the season, but that shouldn't detract from a decent contest in which the away side should prevail. 


Football Accumulator Tips


Bury v Morecambe – Both Teams to Score? Yes


Gillingham v Luton – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Wycombe to qualify


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