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Tuesday’s Midweek Acca – Tue 5th March

We landed two of the four games on Saturday and as I am writing this on Sunday, I am still not sure how that acca will turn out, annoyingly, I picked the correct results in all four games, I just had two switched around!

As you can see, I am a glass half full type of person and in truth, I don’t think I was the only punter who lost out when Spurs failed to beat Arsenal in what was a surprising game, in as much as I was really disappointed with how Spurs played against an Arsenal side I saw smashed to bits by Liverpool, Man City and Man Utd in recent times.

This midweek acca for Tuesday incorporates the two Champions League games being played that evening, as well as the earlier kick off matches in the French League between Bordeaux and Montpellier, as well as the Championship clash between out of sorts Derby County and draw specialists Wigan Athletic.

Hopefully we can land the four correct results we need to land this acca on Tuesday night and remember, I will be back tomorrow and Thursday with more tips for the games taking place on these evenings too including more Champions League and Europa League action.

Here’s my tips for Tuesday night’s games.

Tuesday’s Football Accumulator – 05/03/2019

    • 6:00
    • Bordeaux v Montpellier - Draw
    • 7:45
    • Derby v Wigan - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • B.Dortmund v Tottenham - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Real Madrid v Ajax - Home Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 5th March

Bordeaux v Montpellier – Draw

Six points separate these two teams in Ligue one but Montpellier lie 7th while Bordeaux are 13th, and it is fair to say that the recent form of both sides hasn’t been particularly good. Montpellier’s only win in their last 12 games in league and cup was a 2-0 win over third-from bottom Caen, a run of form which has seen them drop down the table. Bordeaux’s form isn’t that great either with just one win in their last seven games, and they have scored just three goals in their last five matches. I see this one being a tight game and in truth, I can’t see too many goals being scored. Montpellier won the reverse game 2-0 in October, but I feel that this time around a draw is the most likely outcome.

Derby County v Wigan Athletic – Home Win

Derby County have hit a really poor run of form in their last four games, losing all four of them away to Brighton in the FA Cup and then three Championship games, all without scoring a goal. Frank Lampard will know that those results have seen Derby drop out of the playoff places and the pressure will be on them to climb back into them as soon as possible. Wigan have drawn all of their last four games, 1-1 away to Rotherham and 1-1 at home to Ipswich plus two 0-0 home draws with Stoke City and Middlesbrough. The Latics away form isn’t great this season though and Derby will find their better form sooner rather than later and I am backing them to do it at home against Wigan on Tuesdat night.

Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham Hotspur – Home Win

Tottenham take a commanding 3-0 lead into the second leg at the Westfahlenstadion on Wednesday night and allied to that, Spurs fans will be heartened to see Dortmund having their worst run of form of the season, which has seen them see a nine-point lead in the Bundesliga eroded to nothing and now they lead Bayern Munich in that race by goal difference alone. The home side also lost to Augsburg at the weekend and they will know any goal for Spurs would signal the end of the tie as a contest in all likelihood. I can see Dortmund going for it here and securing the win on the night, but I still feel Tottenham will progress relatively comfortably.

Real Madrid v Ajax – Home Win

I felt Ajax were somewhat unlucky in the home leg of this game to trail Real Madrid 2-1 with the second leg in the Bernebeu to come. The VAR decision that went against Ajax was hardly clear and unequivocal and at 2-2 I feel the Dutch side would have had a good chance of causing an upset. Real will be without Sergio Ramos, who saw his suspension increased for deliberately getting a yellow card in the first leg of this game and with him absent, I feel like Ajax may score a goal, but Real will be too strong at home and I can see the Spanish team securing a win, either by a 2-1 or 3-1 scoreline to make easy progress into the last eight of the competition.

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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