Building strong accumulator tips

There’s always the opportunity to create an accumulator made up of match result selections, with plenty of games to choose from over each day of the week. You don’t even need to base your bets on teams to win, as a lot of punters now make footy accumulators out of the Both Teams To Score, Over 2.5 Goals and even the Anytime Goalscorer markets. Despite these options being available with the bookies, it’s hard to see anything ever being more popular than the traditional method.

It’s fair to say that the weekend comes as a peak-time for making football accas due to the sheer number of games being played not only in the UK but also throughout Europe, so you’re given a lot of options for which teams to include in your bet. Many of the more experienced punters will find ways to make an acca bet from any day of the week, including anything they fancy such as the Brazilian first division, vague leagues on the other side of the world, and even Under-21s and reserves games.

How can I enhance my acca?

The most important thing to focus on for your accumulator tips is picking out match result selections which stand a strong chance of landing. To do this, all you need to do is conduct your own research around every involved team and every game you’re considering including. This doesn’t need to be too thorough, as long as you’re taking into consideration the form of each side, available players on each team, how they both play at home and away, and how they’ve played against one another in past encounters.

All of these factors and more are featured in the daily selection of accumulators on Footy Accumulators, but if you’re looking to make your own, it’s possible as long as you don’t get too carried away. There always needs to be a balance with the bets you make, assuring that the odds aren’t too short that you won’t get much back for your money, but also holding back before the odds get too big, as it’s likely to mean that your bet stands little to no chance of landing.

Why are footy accumulators so popular?

Although you’ll find a large number of football fans who opt to bet on singles, doubles or trebles, the accumulator bet is a way of putting all of your favoured selections into one massive bet. This could be anything from four or more selections in your bet, with the odds going higher as more get added in, but the chances of it landing also becoming increasingly slimmer.

Creating your own accumulator tips is primarily based on how risky you’re willing to be but it’s something that’s worth getting involved in, providing you only have a small punt. For instance, if you were to build a 40/1 acca, you’d potentially be rewarded with £205 from a £5 stake. While this sounds too good to be true, it’s possible to make a bet like this from six or more Match Result selections. Any more would restrict your chances of winning but it’s equally as worthwhile as long as you’re aware of the risk.