Football Accumulator tips: Paddy’s punchy 12/1 four-fold for Tuesday’s action

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Tuesday sees the return of the Champions League and boy are we excited. We have two absolute mammoths of European football facing off in Paris when PSG host Real Madrid while Manchester City head to Lisbon to tackle Sporting.

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We also have Manchester United taking on Brighton & Hove Albion at Old Trafford but kicking us off we have an all-London affair in the Championship where Millwall entertain QPR at The Den. Let’s get into the stats and find some value bets.

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19.45: Millwall v QPR – Both Teams to Score

Neither side are coming into this Championship clash in the best of overall form, Millwall have won two of their last five league games, drawing one and losing two while QPR have won just one of their last five in all competitions, drawing two and losing two. Their respective home/away forms though are quite good; the Lions have won three of their last five, drawing one and losing one, scoring seven and conceding three. The Hoops are in mighty away form, winning four of their last five, losing the other, scoring eight and conceding five.

Both Teams to Score has landed in all five of QPR’s last five on their league travels and they’ve scored in three of their last five visits here across the Thames. Millwall’s scoring record should continue against a side who have only kept one clean sheet over their last 10 league outings. Both Teams to Score has some decent value here.

20.00: PSG v Real Madrid – BTTS & Over 2.5 Goals

At the time of writing PSG are under Evens to win the first round of this Last 16 Champions League tie against European royalty Real Madrid and looking at the previous form of both sides the Parisians certainly seem to hold the advantage. Unfortunately former Real hero Sergio Ramos will miss the match through injury, but both sides have pretty much a full squad of fit first-team players to choose from. PSG have won four of their last five in all competitions, drawing the other one, losing it on penalties. The hosts scored 12 goals over those five games and conceded just one. On home soil they share the same record, scoring nine and conceding none.

Real have won just one of their last five, drawing three (winning one in Extra Time) and losing one. On their travels, they’ve won just one, drawing three (winning two in ET) and losing one, scoring seven and conceding four. There’s been some real ding-dong clashes between these two over the last few seasons at both grounds; of their four Champions League meetings since 2018 Real have won two, PSG winning one and one ending level with Over 2.5 goals landing in all four. With both in good goal-scoring form then we have to look at BTTS and Over 2.5 goals here.

20.00: Sporting v Man City – Both Teams to Score

Both teams come into this one in great shape with both teams winning four of their last five fixtures in all competitions. City are obviously going to be massive favourites but Sporting will welcome this challenge, the Lions have only been beaten twice on home turf since the beginning of 2021 in all competitions and their scoring record stands at 10 over their last five at home, conceding five.

City’s away form is, of course, incredibly good, winning eight of their last 10 away games in all competitions, drawing and losing one apiece. The current price for BTTS is very generous at Evens; City have conceded in six of their last 10 away games and the last time Sporting didn’t score on home soil was in a league game in July 2020. We’re all over BTTS for this one.

20.15: Man United v Brighton – Brighton Double Chance

Man United have drawn three games in-a-row and United fans are less than impressed. Three successive draws isn’t the end of the world but it would have been a tough ask for any football fan to sit through those three without losing their patience. At Old Trafford the Red Devils have won two of their last five, drawing two (losing one on penalties) and losing one. Their home Premier League form is decent though with three wins, one draw and one loss over their last five, scoring six and conceding three but over their last five in the league have won just two, drawing the other three.

Brighton have drawn 12 of their 23 Premier League games this season which is a perfect illustration of just how tough they are to beat. Of their last five in all competitions they’ve won one, drawn three and lost one while their last five away league games have seen them going undefeated, winning two and drawing one. With that form they won’t have anything to fear here and with United struggling to win the value here is in opposing them. Brighton Double Chance has the best value odds.

Tuesday’s acca:

19.45: Millwall v QPR – Both Teams to Score
20.00: PSG v Real Madrid – BTTS & Over 2.5 Goals
20.00: Sporting v Man City – Both Teams to Score
20.15: Man United v Brighton – Brighton Double Chance

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