Football Accumulator Tips: Wednesday’s 17/1 FA Cup and Friendlies Acca

Our tipster Paddy Murphy sees goals when Scotland travel to Turkey.

FA Cup & friendly internaionals Acca

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6pm: Turkey v Scotland – Over 2.5 Goals
7.30pm: Mexico v Sweden – Mexico to Win
7.45pm: Salford v Peterborough – Peterborough to Win
7.45pm: Woking v Oxford – Both Teams to Score & Over 2.5 Goals

*An accumulator with these bets pays at approximately 17/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

Wednesday night’s football has us digging deep for value in the betting markets for the FA Cup where Salford take on Peterborough and Woking host Oxford United. Scotland are also in action and take on Turkey in an international friendly while later Mexico take on Sweden in their final game before the World Cup kicks off this coming weekend.

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Turkey v Scotland – Over 2.5 Goals

TV: Sky Sport Football

Both sides are in pretty decent form coming into this friendly and both have named strong squads although with the caveat that Scotland’s Steve Clarke has only named two forwards in his squad; Stoke City’s Jacob Brown and QPR’s Lyndon Dykes. No doubt the Turkish defenders will have nightmares on Tuesday night. Joking aside, the Turks have won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five fixtures, sharing the same record on home soil, scoring 17 goals while conceding six with four of those five seeing Over 3.5 goals. 

Scotland have also won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five fixtures while on their travels have won two, drawn two and lost one, scoring eight and conceding six. With both teams in good goal-scoring form and conceding quite a few too we should see goals here and seeing Overs priced well above Evens we’re getting plenty of value. 

Sweden v Mexico – Mexico to Win

Mexico face Argentina, Saudi Arabia and Poland in Group C at the World Cup, playing Poland first off on Tuesday next. No doubt they’ve lined up this game with the idea that Sweden play like Poland. They’ve gotten that wrong however, Sweden play very defensively under Janne Andersson, it’s a well-known fact that Andersson is a connoisseur of catenaccio. Poland don’t really have the defenders for that style of play and prefer to play wide and try to get the ball in behind defences for the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Piotr Zielinski and the other forward players. 

Regardless, Mexico will start with their strongest starting XI here in preparation for taking on the Poles in Qatar next week. They’ve won two of their last five games, drawing one and losing two while Sweden have won none of their last five, drawing one and losing four, scoring five and conceding 11. El Tri have scored eight over their last five and conceded five. With this game being played in Girona in Italy nobody has home advantage and really we’re going to see Sweden sitting back, as usual, and trying to sneak a goal. Mexico have the superior attacking players between the two and against a defence low on confidence they should come out on top over the 90 minutes. 

Salford v Peterborough – Peterborough to Win

TV: ITV

Salford’s form coming into their FA Cup clash with Peterborough won’t be giving their fans any sense of confidence here. They’ve won just one of their last five fixtures, drawing two and losing two, scoring just two goals over those five games. At the Peninsula Stadium they’ve drawn three (winning one on penalties) and lost two, scoring just one goal over those five matches. 

Peterborough have won three, drawn one and lost one over their five most recently played games while on the road have won two, drawn one (losing it on penalties) and lost two, scoring nine and conceding 10. Even though the Posh are leaking goals the Ammies are barely hitting barn doors; Peterborough should win here pretty easily. 

Woking v Oxford – Both Teams to Score & Over 2.5 Goals

Both sides come into this one in good shape, the hosts are on a run of seven games undefeated, winning six of them. On home turf they’ve won three, drawn one and lost one, scoring nine while conceding seven. 

Oxford are undefeated over their last five matches, winning two and drawing three while on their travels have won two, drawn two and lost one, scoring nine and conceding seven. Both teams are in good goal-scoring form and we see both scoring and at least a third goal too; BTTS and Overs has the value here. 

Wednesday Football Acca Tips:

6pm: Turkey v Scotland – Over 2.5 Goals
7.30pm: Mexico v Sweden – Mexico to Win
7.45pm: Salford v Peterborough – Peterborough to Win
7.45pm: Woking v Oxford – Both Teams to Score & Over 2.5 Goals

*An accumulator with these bets pays at approximately 17/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

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