Wednesday’s Accumulator Tips: 9/1 Mixed Acca Tips

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Our Goals Acca Tips are based on statistical analysis of recent performances.

FC Groningen v Feyenoord – Both Teams to Score (5.45pm)

Goals have been flying in in Feyenoord’s games in the past month or so. 33 goals in their last seven matches in all competitions, averaging 4.7 per game. They’ve been scoring and conceding in equal measure which bodes well for a goals bet at Groningen.

The hosts haven’t been quite so entertaining but they have found the net in nine of 11 at home. They’ve already beaten Ajax and AZ this season so more than capable of getting on the scoresheet here.

Barcelona to win to nil 5/6 (6.00pm)

The Barcelona defence hasn’t been very watertight this season – just eight clean sheets in 23 – but if they’re going to shut out anyone it could be Elche.

Elche have failed to score in eight meetings between the two sides, conceding a total of 25 goals to nil. The side from Alicante have the joint second lowest goals tally away from home in La Liga with just nine in their 10 matches on the road.

Barcelona are just 1/8 to win but there’s a massive jump to 5/6 for them to win to nil and while it’s not a market to get involved in too often it’s worth a punt at the Nou Camp.

Forest Green (6.00pm)

Promotion-chasing Forest Green made it three wins out of three with a 2-0 win on a mire of a pitch at Newport at the weekend. It keeps them hot on the heels of Cambridge at the top of the table although Gloucestershire have two games in hand.

Visitors Southend could yet escape the drop but hopes are fading fast. Scoring goals has been their biggest problem and they’ve failed to score in more than half of their League Two fixtures. It’s even worse away from home where they’ve only scored five in 14.

Forest Green to score 2+ appealed at 4/5 but they may just need a single goal to take the three points against an impotent Southend so the straight win at 4/7 looks safer.

Swansea City (7.00pm)

How will Swansea react to their shock 4-1 defeat to Huddersfield at the weekend? It was their first loss since mid-December but they need to get back on the horse with a win at home to Coventry. Steve Cooper’s side have a solid home record, their only defeat at the Liberty Stadium coming to the aforementioned Huddersfield earlier in the season.

The Sky Blues themselves pulled off a surprise result at the weekend, beating other promotion hopefuls Brentford to boost their own survival chances. Coventry have picked up just 10 points from 45 on the road and five of thos ehave come against teams alongside them in the bottom six.

The Swans look very backable at 1/1.

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