Sunday, December 8, 2019

4th December: Wednesday’s Football Accumulator – 7/1

With a hectic Premier League schedule in midweek and an action-packed Wednesday night of football from across Britain’s top-tiers, we here at Soccer News have found a handful of helpful tips that can boost your acca:

Wednesday 4th December

BST 19:30 Manchester United vs Tottenham

Starting with Wednesday’s guests, after holding onto yet another 3-2 victory over Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon, Tottenham have landed three consecutive victories since appointing former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho last month. Also securing their spot in the knockout stage of this year’s Champions League thanks to a 4-2 win over Olympiacos last week, Spurs’ new manager has seen his side enjoy what is quickly becoming a free-scoring run. With England midfielder Dele Alli now bagging three Premier League goals in as many appearances, the Whites have bagged 10 goals on their winning run and they should also be boosted by their most recent trip to Old Trafford. When the two sides met back in August 2018, Tottenham picked up an outstanding 3-0 win in Manchester. Knowing that another victory on Wednesday could see them move within touching distance of climbing into the top-four, Mourinho should be confident of getting one over on his former employers in midweek. Only playing out back-to-back draws against Premier League returners Aston Villa and Sheffield United, the former champions are still dealing with some glaring defensive issues. Including a 2-1 loss against Kazakhstan outfit Astana last week, the Reds have now shipped at least a pair of goals in each of their last three matches on the bounce.

Tip: Tottenham to score over 1.5 goals @ 6/5

19:30 Southampton vs Norwich 

After battling from behind to snatch three points off of fellow relegation scrappers Watford at St. Mary’s over the weekend, Wednesday’s hosts appear to be showing some signs of life. Also putting in a very eye-catching display and playing out a 2-2 draw away at the Emirates and many feeling they were unlucky to not come away with maximum points, there is no doubt that Head Coach Ralph Hasenhüttl will be most impressed by the on-going success of attacking talisman and leading marksman, Danny Ings. Once again finding the net against the Hornets last time out, the former Liverpool striker is enjoying by far his brightest run and has now found the net in each of his last three Premier League appearances on the bounce. Even more impressive, the 27-year-old has bagged eight goals in his last nine matches across all competitions. While Norwich may have snatched their own 2-2 draw off of Arsenal over the weekend, the Canneries are still tipped as one of the leading contenders to finish in the bottom-three this season. Opening Wednesday down in 19th and three points adrift of safety, Head Coach Daniel Farke is still dealing with some worrying defensive issues. The former Borussia Dortmund coach has seen his side ship at least a pair of goals in nine of their last 11 Premier League appearances and we’re backing Ings to once again find the net in midweek.

Tip: Danny Ings to score anytime @ 6/5

19:45 Kilmarnock vs St. Johnstone 

While Kilmarnock may have been disappointed to have only snatched a 2-2 draw away at Hibernian last weekend, there is no doubt that Angelo Alessio’s men will be glad to make a return to home soil in midweek. Putting in a very eye-catching display and grabbing a 3-0 win over Hearts in their last appearance at Rugby Park, Wednesday’s hosts have won three of their last four matches in front of their own supporters and have not tased a Premiership defeat on home soil in their last seven matchups, a run that stems back to the 4th of August. Knowing that another victory in midweek could see them leapfrog Hibs, Killie should be confident of making a return to winning ways at Rugby Park. Putting in yet another very worrying display and handed a 4-0 hammering away at Motherwell over the weekend, Wednesday’s guests have lost two of their last three, including shipping another quartet of strikes against Hibernian last month. Even more concerning for Tommy Wright, his side have been handed back-to-back defeats on the road and have not recorded an away victory this season. With Kilmarnock picking up a 1-0 win when the two sides met back in August, Wednesday’s hosts have won five of their last six matches against St. Johnstone and have not tasted defeat against the Saints since Augst 2017.

Tip: Kilmarnock win @ 5/6

Our Wednesday Accumulator:

Manchester United vs Tottenham – Tottenham to score over 1.5 goals @ 6/5

Southampton vs Norwich – Danny Ings to score anytime @ 6/5

Kilmarnock vs St. Johnstone – Kilmarnock win @ 5/6

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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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