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Mansfield v Port Vale
The Stags are flying in League Two, which seems to go against nature somewhat, but Nigel Clough’s side have been one of the most impressive teams in the division.
Mansfield have the best defensive record in the division, conceding 0.8 goals per match, but at the same time they top the xG totals with 29.4 in 15 matches, so they are creating chances to score 2 goals a match on average.
They also sit 2nd for shots on target, and their effectiveness is indicated by also having the 2nd highest number of accurate long balls in League Two and the 2nd highest number of accurate crosses per match in League Two. So Port Vale are going to know that they’ve been in a game here.
Vale themselves are in rotten form. They hadn’t scored for five league matches in a row heading into the weekend, but even though they did find the target, they lost at home to basement side Cheltenham, complete with former manager Darrell Clarke in the dugout. That is going to be a defeat that hurts.
Nigel Clough has always been a strong cup manager, his Burton Albion sides worked wonders in the cup competitions, and there is no doubt that he will be trying his utmost to get Mansfield into the fifth round here.
Exeter v Middlesbrough
Michael Carrick has turned a corner with Boro. Though they lost to Stoke at the weekend, this is a great opportunity to get into the latter stages of a cup competition that holds a place in many a Boro fan’s heart after their success in 2004 and the first qualification for Europe that came as a result of it.
Exeter started the season excellently under Gary Caldwell, but that momentum has stalled badly. They haven’t won in eight league games and the draw at the weekend at home to Lincoln was the first point gathered in that period.
That means that both teams have suffered a reversal in fortunes over the first few weeks of the season and even though Middlesbrough will rotate for this game, that means potentially bringing in the likes of Emmanuel Latte Lath, Morgan Rogers, Samuel Silvera, and potentially the long-absent Matt Clarke, so these are players of high quality still.
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What is a football accumulator?
Often referred to as an ‘acca,’ an accumulator is a single bet linking together multiple individual bets (legs) for a higher potential return. To see a return, all the legs of the accumulator must be winners.
How are accumulators calculated?
The potential return from an accumulator is calculated by multiplying the stake by the odds for each selection. Here’s a simple breakdown:
1. Determine the decimal odds for each of your selections.
2. Multiply these odds together.
3. Multiply the combined odds by your stake.
Many bookies provide tools (especially on their websites and through their apps) to show you your accumulator odds and potential winnings.
How are our acca tips put together?
Every week, our team of Andy’s Bet Club EFL experts put in hours of hard work and research to identify genuine value. They look at a huge amount of data, statistics, and other trends, and it’s from this research that our weekly accumulator tips are formed.
Do you have acca tips for other leagues?
We do – we also have Premier League acca tips, SPFL acca tips and European acca tips every week.
How many selections should go into an accumulator?
There’s no hard and fast rule when it comes to accumulators. The fewer the selections made the higher the chances of winning at the cost of the size of the return. More selections most likely will lead to a higher return, but with that comes increased risk due to the number of successful legs required.
Are football accumulators worth it?
Accumulators can be both rewarding and risky:
Potential for high returns from a small stake
Increased interest in multiple games
One wrong selection can kill the entire bet
Can be more challenging to predict compared to single bets
As always it’s essential to weigh the potential rewards against the risks and bet responsibly – which is the number one rule of Andy’s Bet Club.