Football Accumulator Tips: Our tidy 32/1 MLS flutter for Saturday night

Our tipster Paddy Murphy takes us on a voyage Stateside.

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There’s a truckload of MLS fixtures taking place on Saturday night/Sunday morning so we’ve gone through all 12 of them to find a five-fold Acca that’s absolutely bursting with value. There’s loads to get stuck into here so let’s get started with New York City taking on Inter Miami.

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12am: New York City v Inter Miami – New York City to Win to Nil

TV: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football

New York City could wrestle top spot in the Eastern Conference away from Philadelphia Union should they take the three points here. They’re in good form of late, going unbeaten over their last five MLS games with three wins and two draws, sharing the same record at the Yankee Stadium, scoring 10 and conceding five.

Miami’s form is pretty bad with just one win over their last five in the league, drawing one and losing three while on the road have drawn two and lost three, scoring just one goal while conceding five. With the away side struggling for goals we’re getting some good value here for New York City to Win to Nil.

0.30am: Orlando City v Philadelphia Union – Both Teams to Score

Orlando’s recent results have seen them winning just one of their last five in the league, drawing two and losing two and they were 3-1 losers to Arsenal in a friendly last weekend too. On home soil their MLS results are a bit better though with three wins and two losses where they scored nine and conceded 10 with Over 2.5 Goals and Both Teams to Score landing in four of those five fixtures.

Philly have won three, drawn one and lost one of their five most previous league encounters while on their travels have won two, drawn two and lost one, scoring five goals and conceding three. We’d have to look at goals here especially since all six of their most previous meetings in Orlando have seen Overs and BTTS landing. With the hosts conceding plenty of late and the away side scoring on their travels we’re going with Both Teams to Score here.

1am: DC United v Montreal – Both Teams to Score No Draw

TV: Premier Sports 1

DC were mauled 2-6 by Bayern Munich midweek in a friendly and have won just one of their last five league clashes, drawing one and losing two. On home turf things are slightly better with one win, two draws and two losses over their last five played there where they scored seven and conceded nine with Overs and Both Teams To Score landing in three of those five games.

Montreal have won three and lost two of their last five in league competition while on their league travels have won two, drawn one and lost two, scoring a total of six while conceding eight with Overs also landing in three of those five games. With both teams showing decent scoring stats you’d have to see both scoring here but the odds are a little low for us. Looking into recent results of this fixture we see only one of the last six ended level and with only four draws between them over their last 10 home v away respective MLS games we’re backing Both Teams To Score No Draw here.

1.30am: Sporting Kansas City v LAFC – LAFC to Win

TV: Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Mix

Bottom-of-the-pile in the Western Conference, Sporting Kansas could be in for a tough test here against leaders LAFC. The hosts have won just one of their last five league fixtures, drawing one and losing three while on home turf share the same league results, scoring just five goals while conceding seven.

LA have won four and lost one of their five most previous league games but their away results haven’t been as good with just two wins over their last five away trips in the league, drawing one and losing two with five goals scored and five conceded. While those away results aren’t great they are playing the worst side in the Conference and getting the league leaders at over Evens is some great value for a team who have won six of their last eight league games. We’re going with LAFC to Win here to remain top of the Western Conference come fulltime.

3am: Real Salt Lake v FC Dallas – Over 2.5 Goals

Both teams come into this clash in pretty bad shape, the hosts have won just one of their last five fixtures while the visiting side have won none of their last seven in action. Real have won one, drawn two and lost two of their five most previously played fixtures but at home have now gone 10 games without a loss, winning three and drawing two over their last five played at the Rio Tinto Stadium.

Dallas have drawn three and lost two of their last five MLS fixtures while on their travels have won one, drawn two and lost two, scoring nine and conceding 10. The hosts have netted 10 goals over their last five league games at home. With both teams in good goal-scoring form then, the value is in backing Over 2.5 Goals here.

Saturday’s football tips

12am: New York City v Inter Miami – New York City to Win to Nil
0.30am: Orlando City v Philadelphia Union – Both Teams to Score
1am: DC United v Montreal – Both Teams to Score, No Draw
1.30am: Sporting Kansas City v LAFC – LAFC to Win
3am: Real Salt Lake v FC Dallas – Over 2.5 Goals

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