Football Tips Today both teams to score for Saturday 07/10/2017

The weekend ahead features another international set of fixtures. With the European World Cup qualifiers, we could see a number of teams confirm their qualification for Russia in the final tournament next year. This weekend also showcases the English football leagues which are already in full swing. We at Footy Tips Today have carefully selected…

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What is an accumulator?

In short an accumulator, or acca, is a bet containing 4 or more selections whereby every selection must win in order for the bet to be successful. Over recent years, the popularity of the acca has exploded in the UK with punters drawn to the allure of big money wins off relatively small amounts. Although the minimum is 4, there is no upper limit restriction on how many selections you can include but of course every time you add a new selection the odds-and risk-increases. That’s why our team of football betting experts are on hand to bring you the very best tips and offers so you can take down the bookies!

Whether you’re looking for accumulator tips for today or accumulator tips for this weekend, check out our detailed daily accumulator tips below and you’ll find out everything you need to know to make a great return.

What markets can I include on my accumulator bet?

The great thing about accumulators is that there are very few restrictions on the markets or different types of bets you can include on your slip. First goalscorer bets, last goalscorer bets, BTTS (Both Teams to Score) bets; whatever takes your fancy you can include and we’ll provide you with tips that offer the most value across those markets. Just sign up to your favourite bookmaker, make a deposit, add your selections and if all of them are succesful, withdraw your winnings!

Can I cash out an accumulator?

The great news is that popular bookmakers like Paddy Power and Betfair have been offering cash out services for the last couple of years now. Cash out betting works by letting you take profit early if your bet is coming in, or get some of your stake back if your bet is going against you – all before the event you’re betting on is over. At some bookies, like Bet 365, you can even cash out part of your bet (called a part-cash out) and let the rest ride it out until the end of the match. Just ensure that all your selections are eligible for cash out prior to including them on your slip (check out our bookmaker reviews for more detail).

Cash Out offers are normally made in real time and are based on live market prices. Whenever you are ready to cash out, the process at most bookmers is usually the same: simply navigate to the cash out section and click the giant cash out button to claim your winnings.

Where can I get an accumulator free bet?

Most UK bookmakers offer some very special free bet offers for both new and exsisting customers so you really are spoilt for choice. Head on over to our free bets section and you’ll get the lowdwon on what each bookmaker has to offer including a whopping £200 free bet from Bet 365 and a tasty £50 free bet from Ladbrokes.

How do I pick a winning Football accumulator?

The art of picking the perfect football accumulator bet can be difficult to master; too many selections and your acca could fall just short, too little and you may not get the best returns. The best approach is to analyse team form from the last 6 matches and head-to-head records if you’re backing the straight out result such as Win/Draw.

If you’re looking for BTTS tips, or BTTS and win tips, then the best approach is to assess the form of individual players and assess how many goals your chosen team has scored/conceded over the course of the season. If you fancy backing First or Anytime Goalscorer selections, look for value: you can normally get great odds on defenders to score so look out for those prolific stoppers!