Monday, September 21, 2020

3rd March: Tuesday’s European Accumulator – 6/1

With a hectic Tuesday schedule from across Europe, we here at Soccer News have searched far and wide to find you a handful of helpful tips that can boost your midweek acca:

Tuesday 3rd March

BST 19:45 Ipswich Town vs Fleetwood Town

Starting with Tuesday’s guests, while Fleetwood may have seen Saturday’s trip to Tranmere postponed, Joey Barton’s rested squad should be relishing their trip to East Anglia in midweek. Picking up a point away at Sunderland last time out and putting in another eye-catching display, the Reds have transformed into one of League One’s in-form outfits and are in the midst of a stellar run of form. Now sat within touching distance of the play-off positions and dreaming of securing a maiden campaign in the Championship, fans around Lancashire have seen their side win five of their last six appearances and are unbeaten since the 11th of January. With the mood in their camp at a season-high, there is no doubt that Barton will be hugely excited by his side’s continued displays while on the road. Including picking up back-to-back away victories at Wycombe and AFC Wimbledon last month, Fleetwood have lost just two of their last 11 matches away from Highbury and will be confident of causing an upset on Tuesday night. Putting in another sluggish display and hit with what was a shock 2-1 defeat away at a struggling Blackpool over the weekend, Ipswich find themselves in the midst of another rut. Suffering back-to-back defeats and seeing their promotion ambitions take another major dent, Paul Lambert’s men have lost five of their last seven outings and have landed just a sole victory since the 25th of January. More worrying for fans around East Anglia, it should also be noted that the Blues have lost two of their last three matches at Portman Road.

Tip: Fleetwood Town draw no bet @ 4/7

19:45 Schalke vs Bayern Munich

Undoubtedly still boosted by what was a stunning Champions League romp away at Stamford Bridge last week, Bayern Munich suddenly find themselves in the midst of a real purple patch. Climbing back to the top of the Bundesliga table after picking up what was a rampant 6-0 win away at Hoffenheim over the weekend, the German giants have now won their last four matches on the bounce and are unbeaten since the start of December. Now in pole position to secure another domestic silverware sweep, Tuesday’s guests have continued to show a remarkable clinical edge in the final third. Picking up a 3-0 win away at Chelsea, Hans-Dieter Flick’ men have now scored 16 goals on their winning run. While leading marksman Robert Lewandowski might be continuing to break records at the Allianz, there is no doubt that fans around Munich will be most impressed by Serge Gnabry’s continued stellar run of form. Bagging a brace against Chelsea last week and once again finding the net against Hoffenheim over the weekend, the former Arsenal starlet has now found the net in his last four matches on the bounce, scoring six goals. On the flip side, while Bayern might be continuing to shine, Schalke find themselves in a very different position. Hit with another 3-0 hammering away at Koln on Sunday, Tuesday’s hosts are likely to still be reeling from their embarrassing 5-0 defeat against RB Leipzig last month. Without a win in 90 minutes in their last seven appearances, David Wagner’s side could be in for another tough test in midweek.

Tip: Bayern Munich win and Serge Glnabry to score anytime @ 20/21

20:00 Perugia vs Benevento

Starting with Tuesday’s guests, putting in what was another rampant display and picking up a thumping 3-1 win against leading play-off contenders Spezia over the weekend, Benevento have continued on what has been a remarkable run of form. Skyrocketing to the top of the Serie B table and cruising towards an immediate return to Italy’s top-tier, the Sorcerers have won their last four matches on the bounce and are enjoying a stunning 17-match unbeaten run across all competitions. With that unbeaten run stemming back to the 26th of November and Head Coach Filippo Inzaghi watching his side win 14 of those contests, there is no doubt that the Italian icon will be most impressed by his side’s continued success in the final third. Bagging nine goals in just their last three appearances, fans around the Stadio Ciro Vigorito will undeniably also be excited by Benevento’s continued success on the road. Remarkably, Tuesday’s guests have won their last six consecutive matches on their travels and know that three more points in midweek could see them widen their buffer at the top of the Serie B table to 19 points. On the flip side, while Inzaghi’s men might be in the midst of a stellar winning run, Perugia find themselves in a real crisis. Hit with a 1-0 defeat against Pisa over the weekend, the hosts have now lost their last four consecutive matches on the bounce and even more worrying for fans around the Stadio Renato Curi, their side have failed to record a single goal in any of those defeats.

Tip: Benevento win @ 6/4

Our Tuesday Accumulator: Ipswich Town vs Fleetwood Town – Fleetwood Town draw no bet @ 4/7

Schalke vs Bayern Munich – Bayern Munich win and Serge Glnabry to score anytime @ 20/21

Perugia vs Benevento – Benevento win @ 6/4

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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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