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Football Accumulator Tips – Saturday Afternoon Betting Tips

Football Accumulator Tips for a busy Saturday afternoon of action from across all of the leagues. We had a 17/1 winner last Saturday, we're hoping to make it two in a row with today's selections. 



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Birmingham v Charlton – Birmingham win 

Birmingham have been renowned for having low scoring, tight affairs this season, but they went wild two weeks ago with a 5-2 victory at Craven Cottage as they put Fulham to the sword. That result meant the end for Kit Symons, but for Birmingham, it showed them at their goalscoring best and I belive they can carry that through the International Break and beat Charlton at St Andrews. The Addicks got their first victory since the 22nd August last weekend at home to Sheffield Wednesday, but they are stepping onto territory in which the home side have been decent enough this season. They played out a 0-0 draw with Blackburn last time here but they've beaten Bristol City, Reading and QPR here. Charlton haven't won away this season, they've picked up just two points on the road and under Karael Freye, they are improving, but Gary Rowett will have his side organised and if they can get even half the firepower they possessed at Craven Cottage, they should have too much for Charlton. 


Oldham v Barnsley – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Oldham have yet to be beaten away from home, but at Boundary Park, they haven't been quite as consistent. They failed to find a way through the Burton defence last time out, but that's not a surprise considering the Brewers have only shipped 13 goals in 16 matches. That's the first time they've failed to score at home this season and they will be looking to bounce back here. They are playing relegation threatened Barnsley with their manager Lee Johnson under tremendous pressure. The Tykes will be desperate to avoid a club record nine straight defeats as they visit Greater Manchester. Not since 1953 have Barnsley lost 9 consecutive league defeats, although they have had some light relief in the JPT. They've not kept a clean sheet since the 26th September however and they shipped four to Coventry away from home last time. They have started scoring again though with Josh Scowen, Alifie Mawson and Sam Winnall all recently getting on the scoresheet. 


Newport v Yeovil – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Newport have drastically improved under John Sheridan and they now stand a chance of preserving their league status, something that looked impossible under predecessor Terry Butcher. They are through to the second round of the FA Cup with a 4-1 victory over Bracknall Town and they have been scoring for fun in the league. They have found their shooting boots, but are still struggling to defend. They drew 2-2 with Accrington last weekend in terrible weather conditions and that followed a 2-2 draw with Northampton. Previously they had beaten Bristol Rovers 4-1, so they are struggling to keep clean sheets. Just three clean sheets all season tells its own story. Their opponents Yeovil have been amongsst the goals recently as well, drawing 2-2 with Stevenage last weekend  and their last outing on the road was a 3-2 loss to Carlisle. They were 2-0 up inside the firt 11 minutes. Paul Sturrock's side are also struggling to keep clean sheets, but they've at least found the formula for goals and they will hopefully get on the scoresheet here. 


Barnet v Morecambe – Over 2.5 goals 

The goals have dried up for Morecambe recently in the league, but they bounced back with a 2-4 defeat to Dagenham in the FA Cup in midweek. They scored twice in the first seven minutes before going on to lose to the 2nd lowest scorers in the league, which shows a real problem defending. They will find problems with an improving Barnet side, who possess penty of firepower in the form of John Akinde and Michael Gash. The Bees haven't been the most solid of outfits either, conceding 28 goals already this season and only keeping one clean sheet since the 29th August. They've been scoring plenty of goals, but not as many as the Shrimps who remain top socrers in the league with 31 goals. Five of those were scored at AFC Wimbledon a few weeks ago. Tom Barkhuizen and Aaron Wildig got the goals in midweek, but there is also Paul Mullin and Shaun Miller and the goals of Kevin Ellison from midfield. Barnet have only failed to score twice since the end of August and both of those have been away from home. 


Gateshead v Halifax – Gateshead to score over 1.5 team goals 

Halifax are the whipping boys of the National League. Under Darren Kelly, they've continued to have a woeful defensive record, but they've started scoring goals at least. They've conceded a whopping 32 goals in their last eight games and they look prime to ship a few here. 22nd September was the last time they conceded fewer than two goals in a match. Gateshead haven't been in scintillating form these last few weeks, but they put three past Boreham Wood and two past Altricham here in their last home game. The Heed have scored in every home game this season and they should find the Halifax defence fairly generous. They've scored 28 goals in 20 matches this season and If Braintree can hit six against the Shaymen on the road, then you would expect Gateshead to get a couple at least. 


Football Accumulator Tips 


Oldham v Barnsley – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Newport v Yeovil – Both Teams to Score? Yes

Barnet v Morecambe – Over 2.5 goals 

Gateshead v Halifax – Gatehead to score over 1.5 team goals 


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