Tuesday, November 12, 2019

21st November: Wednesday’s Football Accumulator – 20/1

Tom Dunstan in Football Accumulators 20 Nov 2018


While the International break might be drawing to an end for another year, we here at Soccer News have found a handful of interesting bets from across the globe that can potentially boost your midweek accumulator:

Wednesday 21st November

00:00 Argentina vs Mexico

Despite a disappointing run out in Russia may have seen Argentina eventually fall against eventual winners France, Jorge Sampaoli’s side have shown some signs of improvements. Picking up a 2-0 win in their first meeting with Mexico last weekend, Wednesday’s hosts have now lost just one of their last five. Sitting out of last week’s victory over Mexico, the former World champions are likely to hand Inter Milan marksman Mauro Icardi a start on Wednesday. Almost averaging a goal a game in this year’s Champions League, the 25-year-old has also now scored four in his last four I Nerazzurri and will certainly fancy his chances of extending his record against a Mexico side that has been drastically short of form since crashing out of the World Cup at the last 32 stage. Ricardo Ferretti’s side have now lost six of their last seven matches across all competitions and the Green’s have failed to record a clean sheet in any of their last eight outings. Given Mexico’s woeful run of form, we’re backing the Inter Milan captain to once again find the net on Wednesday.

Tip: Mauro Icardi to score anytime @ 1/1

19:45 Salford vs Shrewsbury 

With their sights firmly set on securing their spot in the Football League for next season, The Class of 92’s Salford City should also be confident of enjoying an FA Cup run. Playing out a 1-1 draw with League One side Shrewsbury earlier in the month, Wednesday’s hosts sit one point adrift of top spot in the National League and are coming off the back of a 4-0 win over Aldershot. One man who has epitomized Salford’s start to the new campaign has been summer arrival, Adam Rooney. With many surprised by the 30-year-old’s decision to leave Aberdeen and head to non-league football, the Salford striker is enjoying a bright start to life at The Peninsula Stadium. Scoring a hat-trick over the weekend, Rooney also now has nine in his last nine across all competitions. While Shrewsbury are enjoying a four-match unbeaten run, last year’s playoff finalists have still shown plenty of defensive issues. Now without a clean sheet in their last eight matches, with Rooney finding the net against the Shrews a fortnight ago, we are backing Salford’s marquee signing to find the net on Wednesday.

Tip: Adam Rooney to score anytime @ 11/10

23:00 Santos vs Botafogo

Although both sides would have had their sights set on securing a Copa Libertadores Qualifiers earlier in November, Wednesday’s clash is a battle of two sides enduring very different ends to their Serie A season. With Santos coming off the back of a very poor showing in their 2-1 defeat to América Mineiro last time out, the hosts have now lost their last four league matches on the bounce and are conceding two goals per game on average for November. Needing maximum points if they’re to pull off an incredibly surprising push for the top six, along with failing to win their last two matches against Botafogo, Santos also lost their last home match 1-0 to a struggling Chapecoense side. As for the visitors, in stark contrast to Santos, Zé Ricardo’s side are enjoying a late push up the Serie A table. Picking up a 1-0 win over title contenders Internacional over the weekend, Botafogo are now enjoying a four-match winning run and have also kept a clean sheet in three of those victories.

Tip: Away win @ 4/1

Our Wednesday Accumulator:

Argentina vs Mexico – Mauro Icardi to score anytime @ 1/1

Salford vs Shrewsbury – Adam Rooney to score anytime @ 11/10

Santos vs B0tafogo – Away win @ 4/1

Place a £10 bet on our accumulator and pocket £210.00 if all predictions are correct.

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Tom Dunstan

Formerly of The Independent, Tom is a freelance football and boxing journalist from Essex, England. Currently working for three online publications, Tom is a graduate of the University of Falmouth and has spent the last two years writing across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He can be followed at @IamTomDunstan



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