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Tuesday’s Midweek Acca Tip – Tuesday 9th April

We’ve a busy week of games in midweek with two Champions League quarterfinal first leg ties on both Tuesday and Wednesday, followed by all four of the Europa League quarterfinal first leg games on Thursday evening. We’ll be bringing you tips on all these games, plus a couple of other matches taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday night for our acca bets this week.

First up  we have Tuesday night’s action and the two Champions League games tonight see three Premier League sides in action. Liverpool face FC Porto at Anfield with both teams in excellent form having won all of their last five matches, while at the brand new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Spurs will take on FA Cup Finalists Manchester City.

Alongside these huge European games, we also have a smattering of games from the lower league’s in English football and I will be selecting a couple of matches from those games to complete the accumulator for Tuesday.

Liverpool’s tie with Porto is a repeat of last year’s Round of 16 clash between the teams, which Liverpool won comfortably 5-0 on aggregate, while Spurs and Manchester City, both relative novices to this stage of the tournament have not met in European competition and this is just the first of three games between the teams that are scheduled to take place over the coming weeks.

It should be an interesting Tuesday and here’s my fourfold tip for the action that evening.

Tuesday’s Football Accumulator – 09/04/2019

    • 7:45
    • Blackburn v Derby - Away Win
    • 7:45
    • Preston v Leeds - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Liverpool v FC Porto - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Tottenham v Man City - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 9th April

Blackburn v Derby County – Away Win 

We’re reaching the crucial phase of the Championship season with just six games left for most teams and Derby are one of those teams battling it out for a playoff spot lying in 7th, albeit with a game in hand over most of the teams above them. Frank Lampard’s team face a tough test against a Blackburn side who lie 16th but who have lost all of their last three. Ewood Park is never an easy place to go and get a result and Derby’s problems have been conceding goals recently, as their goal difference of +7 indicates. However, Blackburn have been even worse defensively and with key Derby players like Harry Wilson and Mason Mount coming back into form, I fancy the Rams to collect a vital three points here.

Preston v Leeds – Away Win

Another big battle comes at Deepdale as Lancashire faces Yorkshire as Preston take on Leeds. Preston lie 10th in the table with 57 points and they are not out of the playoff reckoning just yet. Leeds have dropped to third in the table after their loss at the weekend and Marcelo Bielsa will be desperate for his team to leapfrog Sheffield United once again to reclaim an automatic promotion spot. Leeds have blown hot and cold of late and their away form has generally served them better than their home. Preston lost 0-1 to Sheffield United at home on Saturday and this is a similar game and in truth having lost both their last two, I see a similar result occurring here too, with Leeds taking a narrow win.

Liverpool v FC Porto – Home Win

These two teams met in the Round of 16 last season and Liverpool win the first leg in Porto 5-0 thanks in part to a superb Sadio Mane hattrick. The second leg at Anfield finished in a dour 0-0 to ensure Liverpool progressed easily. I think this will be a much closer affair this time around as both sides are going well of late and both are chasing the title in their native country. I think Liverpool have the edge in terms of quality and also recent experience and Porto’s record in England and especially against Liverpool, who they have not beaten in six attempts, is poor. As such,  I am expecting another big night for the Reds fans to make a big difference and inspire the home side to a solid win for them to defend in the second leg in Oporto in a fortnight.

Tottenham v Man City – Draw

Manchester City won the Premier League fixture between these two 1-0 a few months back and this game is the first of three between the teams over the next few weeks, the second leg of this game and the other Premier League clash. City for me start the game as clear favourites despite Spurs being at home. They have a good record over Spurs in recent years and their long winning run makes them almost impossible not to back. Spurs could beat them, I do concede that, but it just doesn’t look likely at the moment, especially with Spurs recent form being so poor compared to earlier in the season. That said, I do fancy their new home to be a big plus for the home side and while I can’t see Spurs winning the game, they could do enough to snatch a draw.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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