18th January 2017
Cameroon – Cameroon vs Guinea Bissau
Newcastle – Newcastle vs Birmingham
Southampton – Southampton vs Norwich
Lazio – Lazio vs Genoa
Benfica to win to nil – Benfica vs Leixoes
Over 2.5 goals – Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo
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What is a Football Accumulator Bet (Acca)?
A football accumulator bet is by far the most popular bet among punters.
It consists of a number of selections, which can be from any league and a large number of markets within those games.
Which Bookmaker Should I Visit to Place My Accumulator Bets?
You can use who you want but we’ve listed bookies who offer either bonus winnings or compensation for a near-miss, and here are some of the best ones currently available:
Euro Soccer Bonus – Increased winnings on all-correct accumulators, rising on a percentage basis according to the number of selections in the bet e.g. 5% for trebles, 10% for fourfolds all the way up to 100% extra for a 14-fold.
Selections must be chosen from match result markets, or Match Result/Both Teams To Score, in Champions League, Premier League, Serie A, Primera Liga, Bundesliga 1 or Australian A-League games.
Money back as a free bet up to £25 if your sixfold or bigger Game Result accumulator contains only one loser
Money back as a free bet up to £25 if your fivefold or bigger Game Result or Both Teams To Score accumulator includes only one loser
Money back as a free bet up to £50 if your fivefold or bigger accumulator on the top European leagues includes only one loser
Money back as a free bet up to £50 if your sixfold or bigger game result accumulator includes only one loser
What is the Difference Between a Normal Bet and an Accumulator?
The bet you place on accumulator is carried across all odds, essentially ‘snowballing’ in value as you continue to win each bet within the slip.
The cash out value of your accumulator will dramatically increase as you get closer to winning.
Do You Offer Just Football Accumulator Tips?
What Are The Average Odds for Win Accumulators?
There is no set average odds for an accumulator. It all depends on the odds and number of selections.
Obviously the more selections the greater the odds, but this also increases the chances of the bet failing.
We generally post accumulators of 15/1 or more. You can calculate your odds with our accumulator calculator here.
Should My Accumulator Always Use A Banker to Improve Odds?
Bankers can always add good value to an acca, especially when you include a high number of selections.
Be wary as bakers can also fail, this is football remember.
It is important to weigh up whether the value the banker adds is worth it for the risk involved in adding a low odds selection.
Should I Cash Out Accumulators (Acca) With A Few Winners?
This is completely dependant of the situation, the remaining games and the punters bankroll.
However, if you are confident enough to include all the selections, why not let it ride.
It is also possible to cashout part of the bet, using the cashout slider.