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Wednesday’s Midweek Acca – Wed 13th February

As we mentioned in Tuesday’s accumulator article, we have another two Champions League games taking place tonight as Ajax take on Real Madrid in the Johan Cruijff Arena, while at Wembley Tottenham face Dortmund for the third time in three successive Champions League campaigns for the teams.

Of course, we normally pick four games for our accumulator bets so we are going to supplement these picks with a couple of games from the Championship taking place on the same night, which are Brentford taking on Aston Villa and Ipswich facing a tough home match against Frank Lampard’s exciting Derby County team.

I am hoping that we are celebrating a win on our selections from Tuesday night’s games, but if not then I am confident that this quartet of games will bring us some good luck and perhaps a decent return on our usual £10 stake.

I’ve been very close on a number of tips recently, as well as having a couple of winners, so  I am hopeful that this good run of form will continue. I was frustrated once again this weekend when three results came in on Sunday but Montpellier could only manage a 2-2 draw with Monaco, which saw me just miss out once again.

Similarly, it was the same story on Saturday where only Brighton’s inability to snatch a draw with Burnley saw me land another acca win. However that means out of 16 predictions from my last four sets of games, I have hit 12 bang on the money and just been one out on each tip. Frustrating!

Here’s hoping that this selection can land us another elusive winner!

Wednesday’s Football Accumulator – 13/02/2019

    • 7:45
    • Brentford v Aston Villa - Draw
    • 7:45
    • Ipswich v Derby - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Ajax v Real Madrid - Away Win
    • 8:00
    • Tottenham v Dortmund - Draw
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Bet Analysis: Wednesday 13th February

Brentford v Aston Villa – Draw

After making a solid start to their season, Brentford have fallen off the pace since their manager Dean Smith left to join tonight’s opponents and Smith will be hoping to pile on the misery for his former charges with his Aston Villa side tonight. In truth though, I feel a draw is the more likely result. Villa have drawn the most games in the Championship this season and rarely lose a game. Brentford’s form of late has improved a little, but they also don’t win too many and they also don’t lose too often on home soil. Add together all the factors and the feverish atmosphere generated by Smith’s return and I feel this is a game that has either a 0-0 or 1-1 scoreline as the most likely outcome.

Ipswich Town v Derby County – Away Win

With Paul Lambert banished to the stands following his dismissal against Norwich City at the weekend, the home side face a tough test against a Derby side that are now hoping to kick on in the promotion and playoff race in this division. In contrast, Ipswich look doomed to League One football as they are conceding far too many sloppy goals and despite having possession, are just not converting that into chances and goals. Derby do give you a chance defensively but they have some outstanding young attackers and I feel that these players will be the key to handing the Rams another morale boosting win in their quest for a promotion or a playoff spot at the end of the season.

Ajax v Real Madrid – Away Win

A few weeks ago, I’d have probably gone for a draw in this game and made a case for Ajax perhaps landing the win. However, Real Madrid seem to have found their form in recent weeks, culminating in a superb 3-1 win away at Atletico Madrid last weekend to set them up perfectly for this game. Real won the last two games between the teams by the same 4-1 scoreline and while I can’t see the Spaniards scoring that many, I can see them scoring two, which I feel will be enough to secure a win against an Ajax side that do have problems keeping clean sheets against the top teams in this competition.

Tottenham v Borussia Dortmund – Draw

Oddly enough, these two teams have met in each of the last two Champions League campaigns, Dortmund winning twice in the 2016-17 season, with Spurs completing the double over the Germans in 2017-18. What will the 2018-19 match up between the teams bring? Goals I think is one simple answer as I think both sides are much stronger going forward than they are defensively. I can see both teams scoring in both legs and that means away goals could be vital. Had Harry Kane been 100% fit and in form, I’d have gone with Spurs here, but as he is only a 50/50 chance to play, I think that the best result Spurs can hope for is a draw and then to have Kane back for the second leg in three weeks time.

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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