With a hectic Tuesday night from across England’s footballing tiers, we here at Soccer News have found a handful of helpful tips that can boost your midweek acca:
Tuesday 28th January
BST 19:45 Luton Town vs Derby County
Starting with Tuesday’s guests, while Luton may have been disappointed to have only played out a 0-0 draw away at League Two outfit Northampton in the FA Cup over the weekend, the Rams are enjoying quite the Championship resurge. Clearly enjoying their brightest run under Phillip Cocu, Derby also caught the eye in their 1-0 win over Hull last week. While last year’s play-off finalists might sit eight points off the top-six, the former PSV boss has seen his side win three of their last four second-tier matchups and have shown a string of improvements since bringing in Wayne Rooney earlier in the month. Also unbeaten in their last four matches away from Pride Park, a run that also saw them pick up a 1-0 win away at Premier League outfit Crystal Palace, there is no doubt that Derby will make the trip to Bedfordshire confident of extending on their recent purple patch. While the mood in the Rams’ camp might be on the rise, Tuesday’s hosts are enduring yet another worrying rut. Hit with a 3-1 defeat away at Nottingham Forest last time out, the Whites have lost their last four Championship matches on the bounce and have not recorded a single victory over the past seven weeks. With Derby picking up a 2-0 win when the two sides faced off earlier in the season, we’re backing another victory for the resurging Rams in midweek.
Tip: Derby County win @ 13/10
19:45 Wigan Athletic vs Sheffield Wednesday
While many around Sheffield may have been concerned by Wednesday’s form entering the New Year, Gary Monk’s men have bounced back in some style. Picking up a 2-1 win away at a resurging QPR and booking their spot in the fifth round of this year’s FA Cup over the weekend, fans around Hillsborough now have their sights set on reclaiming their spot in the top-six. Now winning three of their last four matches across all competitions and the mood in their camp once again on the rise, there is no doubt that the former Middlesbrough boss will be most impressed by his side’s performances on the road. Along with picking up what was a stunning 2-0 win away at title contenders Leeds earlier in the month, Monk’s men also shocked many across England by landing a 1-0 win away at Premier League outfit Brighton while on FA Cup duties. On the flip side, hit with a 2-1 defeat away at Swansea last time out, Wigan find themselves in the midst of a three-match losing run across all formats. Now sat six points adrift of safety, Paul Cook’s men have also landed just a sole victory since the 20th of October, a 17-match run. Also hit with a 1-0 defeat when they faced off against Sheffield Wednesday earlier in the season, Tuesday’s hosts have suffered back-to-back defeats against the Owls.
Tip: Sheffield Wednesday draw no bet @ 8/11
19:45 Solihull Moors vs Barrow
Starting with Tuesday’s guests, while Barrow might have been disappointed to have only snatched a draw away at play-off contenders Boreham Wood over the weekend, the Bluebirds have continued on what has been a stellar run of form. In the midst of a stunning 16-match unbeaten run that stems back to the 26th of October, Head Coach Ian Evatt finds his side holding a four-point buffer at the top of the table. Now seen to be the leading contender to clinch a debut campaign in the Football League this year, there is no doubt that fans around Cumbria will be most impressed by their side’s performances on the road. Led by leading marksman Scott Quigley who already has 17 National League goals this season, Barrow have won eight of their last 11 fifth-tier matches away from Holker Street. With Solihull Moors continuing to show some recent struggles since opening the New Year, there is no doubt that Evatt’s men will make the trip to the Midlands confident of extending their recent purple patch. While Tuesday’s hosts might have grabbed a point away at Sutton United over the weekend, Tim Flowers’ men have failed to win any of their last four matches across all competitions and have failed to bag a single strike in any of those appearances. Recording just a single victory on home soil since the middle of November, we’re backing another tough Tuesday night for Solihull.
Tip: Barrow draw no bet @ 10/11
Our Tuesday Accumulator:
Luton Town vs Derby County – Derby County win @ 13/10
Wigan Athletic vs Sheffield Wednesday – Sheffield Wednesday draw no bet @ 8/11
Solihull Moors vs Barrow – Barrow draw no bet @ 10/11
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