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Tuesday’s Midweek Acca – Tuesday 30th April

It’s another busy week ahead of games and there is a real mix of matches to enjoy this week. I’m going to pair Wednesday’s Champions League game with a match from the Football League and also the two Europa League semifinal first leg games on Thursday as there are not many games on Thursday night for a separate bet that evening.

For Tuesday though, we have just one Champions League game which I have matched up with three crucial games from the lower reaches of English football, one game from each of the three divisions of the Football League all with big implications on the promotion and/or playoff positions in each division.

The big game kicks off latest of the four matches and sees Tottenham, fresh from losing at home to West Ham at the weekend, taking on an Ajax side that have won many fans with their invigorating style of football this season. The Dutch side have put paid to both Real Madrid and Juventus in the last two rounds of this tournament so will be no pushovers for Spurs in what should be a cracking game.

The other matches see Millwall, now safe from relegation to League One, facing playoff chasing Bristol City at the New Den, while in League One Portsmouth have not given up hopes of an automatic promotion spot as they face playoff chasing Peterborough at Fratton Park. Similarly in League Two, Tranmere Rovers could get in contention for an unlikely promotion place if they can beat Bury, currently second in a very tight chase for two promotion spots in League Two, alongside the already promoted Lincoln City.

It should be a cracking night of action and I am confident this sweet little fourfold bet has an excellent chance of earning us a win. Here’s my tips for the four games on Tuesday night.

Tuesday’s Football Accumulator – 30/04/2019

    • 7:45
    • Millwall v Bristol City - Draw
    • 7:45
    • Portsmouth v Peterborough - Home Win
    • 7:45
    • Tranmere Rovers v Bury - Home Win
    • 8:00
    • Tottenham v Ajax - Away Win
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Bet Analysis: Tuesday 30th April

Millwall v Bristol City – Draw

The task facing Bristol City is clear, with four games left to go and four points behind Derby County, following their 2-0 loss to the Rams at the weekend, only two wins will give them any chance of playoffs in their last two games, especially with their goal difference being eight worse than Derby (and two worse than Middlesbrough who are also battling for that final playoff spot). The problem is City come into this game in somewhat poor form and Millwall is a terrifically difficult ground to go and get a positive result. However, the Lions are also not in great form but they will be boosted by Rotherham’s loss at the weekend confirming they will remain in the Championship next season. That I think will inspire the home side here and while I can’t see them quite winning it, I think this one will end in a draw and snuff out City’s realistic hopes of reaching the playoffs.

Portsmouth v Peterborough United – Home Win

Like Sunderland in fourth, Portsmouth have a game in hand over Barnsley and Luton in the top two positions of League One, but they are four points adrift of the two front-runners. Sunderland are also in action tonight against Fleetwood and both sides will know nothing less than a win will do. Peterborough though are battling themselves to sneak into the playoffs in sixth spot and they need a win here to realistically stand a chance of doing that. Fratton Park though is a very tough ground to get a win on and as such, I am backing Portsmouth to claim a win and to keep the pressure on the top two.

Tranmere Rovers v Bury – Home Win

The League Two promotion race has been complicated by all of Mansfield, MK Dons and Forest Green losing at the weekend. With this game postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Prenton Park on Saturday, it means that if Bury win, they will claim an automatic promotion spot alongside Lincoln and one of the three teams mentioned before. If Tranmere win though, then Rovers would move up one spot and with one game left in the season for all teams, Tranmere could claim promotion if MK Dons and Mansfield draw, and Tranmere win at Crawley Town, or if Bury lose both their remaining games and Tranmere win both. Prenton Park has been a fortress for Rovers this season and they need to bounce back after an unlucky loss to Forest Green last time out. Bury’s form isn’t great so I am backing a Tranmere win here to really keep things alive in League Two.

Tottenham Hotspur v Ajax Amsterdam – Away Win

Ajax have proven to be one of the most impressive young sides in the Champions League this season. Defeating Juventus and Real Madrid on the way to this semifinal, the Dutch side have drawn plenty of admiring glances from football fans for the way they play the game and I really fancy them to do a number on Spurs here, chiefly because they have been better counter attacking away from home then when they have played at home in the last two rounds. Spurs recent record is poor and with Harry Kane absent, I feel they are going to struggle so I am backing Ajax to claim a narrow win here but I don’t think it means they will be huge favourites in the second leg.

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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