Saturday, July 11, 2020

29th March: Friday’s Football Accumulator – 10/1

With plenty of action coming from across Europe on Friday night, we here at Soccer News have found a handful of helpful tips that can boost your Friday acca:

Friday 29th March

BST 19:30 Hoffenheim vs Bayer Leverkusen

While Hoffenheim would have been disappointed to have only picked up a point against Stuttgart prior to the international break, Die Kraichgauer will have their sights set on a Europa League return. Also winning their last two home matches against Hannover and Nürnberg, Julian Nagelsmann will be most impressed by the ongoing form of leading goalscorer Andrej Kramaric. Finding the net against Azerbaijan while away on international duty with Croatia, the 27-year-old is enjoying his brightest campaign at the PreZero Arena. Finding the net in Hoffenheim’s 1-1 draw with Stuttgart a fortnight ago, Kramaric has 13 Bundesliga goals this season including four in his last four across all competitions. Picking up a 4-1 win when the two sides met back in November, Kramaric and co should be confident of extending their tally against a Bayer Leverkusen side who have struggled with their defence this season. Slipping to a 3-1 loss against Werder Bremen prior to the international break, Friday’s visitors have recorded just a single Bundesliga clean sheet since the 8th of December.

Tip: Andrej Kramaric to score anytime @ 6/5

20:00 Shamrock Rovers vs UCD

Starting with Friday’s hosts, while Shamrock Rovers may have left it late last week they did manage to pick up a 1-0 win away at Finn Harps and carried on what is becoming a very bright start to the new campaign. Already holding a seven-point buffer at the top of the Irish Premier Division table, Stephen Bradley’s side are currently enjoying a four-match winning run. Most impressing fans around Dublin will undoubtedly be their newfound defensive stability. In search of an 18th league title, Shamrock have only conceded two goals in their opening eight contests and have now gone nearly 500 minutes without picking the ball out of their net. Yet to lose any of their four matches at the Tallaght Stadium or concede a single goal, they should be confident of extending that tally on Friday. Recording just one win this season and sat in the relegation playoff position, UCD have drastically struggled at the start of the new campaign and their form on the road is becoming a huge concern. Friday’s visitors have lost their last three away matches and have only found the net once on their travels.

Tip: Home win to nil @ 4/6

20:00 West Brom vs Birmingham 

While many around the Hawthorns were surprised to see Darren Moore sacked earlier in the month, few would have expected their recent improvements under caretaker boss James Shan. Picking up a 1-0 win away at Brentford prior to the international break, the Baggies have won their last two Championship outings on the bounce and their recent defensive improvements have started to catch the eye. Recording clean sheets against both Brentford and Swansea, this is the first time they have kept back to back clean sheets this year. Although West Brom might be holding a 10-point buffer from slipping out of the playoff positions, the same cannot be said for a struggling Birmingham side. Slumping to a 1-0 loss away at Preston prior to the international break, Garry Monk’s side have lost their last four Championship matches on the bounce and their form in the final third will be a growing concern for the former Swansea boss. The Blues have now gone nearly 400 minutes of action without finding the net and now sit way down in 18th.

Tip: Home win to nil @ 21/20

Our Friday Accumulator:

Hoffenheim vs Bayer Leverkusen – Andrej Kramaric to score anytime @ 6/5

Shamrock Rovers vs UCD – Home win to nil @ 4/6

West Brom vs Birmingham – Home win to nil @ 21/20

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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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