Sunday, September 22, 2019

22nd March: Friday’s Football Accumulator – 16/1

While Friday’s fixtures may be highlighted by the European qualifiers, we have found some helpful tips from around the rest of Europe that can boost your Friday acca:

Friday 22nd March

BST 19:05 Partick Thistle vs Inverness 

Starting with the visitors, after booking their spot in the semi-final of this year’s Scottish FA Cup, the mood in Inverness’ camp couldn’t be any higher. Putting in another impressive showing in their 2-0 win at Queen of the South last weekend, John Robertson’s side have won four of their last five outings and will now be dreaming of a return to the Premiership. Sat just one point adrift of the playoff positions and with the chance to climb back into the top-four on Friday, Roberton will also be growing more impressed by their form away from Caledonian. Inverness have won their last two matches on the road and will also be boosted by picking up a 1-0 win the last time they faced off against Partick Thistle back in November. While Friday’s visitors are enjoying their own battle at the top of the Championship table the same can not be said for the hosts. Putting in another lackluster display in their 1-1 draw away at fellow strugglers Falkirk last weekend, the Jags currently sit in the relegation playoff position and have now managed to pick up just one win in their last six outings.

Tip: Away win @ 2/1

20:00 Tenerife vs Osasuna  

Putting in another very eye-catching display in their 3-0 win at home to Rayo Majadahonda last time out, Osasuna remain in pole position to book a La Liga return this season. Now holding a three-point buffer at the top of the Segunda division they’re undoubtedly the in-form team at the back end of the campaign. Enjoying a four-match winning run and remarkably now losing just one contest since the end of November, the mood in Osasuna’s camp couldn’t be any higher. One man to watch on Friday will be leading goalscorer, Juan Villar. Finding the net last weekend and now bagging three in his last three, the 30-year-old has 13 goals this season. Given Tenerife’s struggles at the foot of the Segunda table, Jagoba Arrasate should be confident of seeing his side extend their winning run. Friday’s hosts have picked up just one win in their last eight outings and their form at the Estadio Heliodoro Rodríguez Lopéz will be a growing concern. Now sat way down in 16th and at the heart of a relegation battle, Tenerife have failed to win any of their last four matches on home soil.

Tip: Away win @ 17/10

20:00 Finn Harps vs Shamrock Rovers 

While Shamrock may have failed to mount a title push last season, Friday’s visitors have started the new campaign in some style. Putting three past Sligo last week, Rovers already hold a four-point buffer at the top of the Premier Division table and many have them tipped to lift their 18th title this season. Enjoying a three-match winning run, it will undeniably be their form at the back most impressing Stephen Bradley. Conceding just two goals in their opening seven matches this year, Shamrock have also now gone over 400 minutes without conceding a single goal. With the mood in their camp the highest it has been in recent memory, the visitors should be confident of extending their winning run. Despite booking a return to the Premier Division last season, Finn Harps have drastically struggled in the top-flight. Slumping to a 3-0 loss away at UCD last weekend, they have lost their last four matches on the bounce and are yet to pick up a single victory this season.

Tip: Away win to nil @ 6/5

Our Friday Accumulator:

Partick Thistle vs Inverness – Away win @ 2/1

Tenerife vs Osasuna – Away win @ 17/10

Finn Harps vs Shamrock Rovers – Away win to nil @ 6/5

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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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