Football Accumulator Tips

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Albacete Zaragoza
Over 1.5 Goals@ 1.53
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Oviedo Las Palmas
Under 2.5 Goals@ 1.45
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Portugal Switzerland
Under 3.5 Goals@ 1.29
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If you need a little help deciding which selections to add to your next football acca, you have come to the right place. At Nostrabet, we provide punters with a free recommendation featuring fixtures taking place across the world of football.


What is an Accumulator Bet?

An accumulator bet is simply a wager that combines multiple selections (or legs) into one single bet. It can feature as many different selections as you desire, whether it be three, four, 10 or 15! No matter the number, you will only end up placing one bet on what ends up being an all-or-nothing gamble. This is because if even one selection lets you down, your bet will fail. For an acca to be a winning one, every leg of the bet must be successful.

How to Calculate Potential Winnings from an ACCA Bet?

With an Acca combining the odds of multiple selections, it can be very difficult to calculate on your own unless you are something of a maths whizz. Fortunately, the betslip at any decent bookmaker will calculate the odds for you and/or calculate your potential payout, so you know what you stand to win.


How to Place an ACCA Bet?

To place an accumulator bet, you will just need to add several selections to your betslip by clicking the relevant odds (note that most but not all selections can be combined for an acca bet). You then just need to head to the bet slip and enter your stake in the acca/multiple box. You may also find the bet is named after the number of selections, so if you are betting on four matches, it will say four-fold, five matches will say five-fold, and so on.


Which Markets Could be Included in the Football ACCA Betting Tips?

You can mix and match markets for an accumulator bet rather than being limited to the same one if you like. For instance, you could pick over 2.5 goals in one game, both teams to score in another and throw in another team to lose. You cannot, however, combine selections from the same match as this is something only facilitated by a ‘bet builder’ feature or other specialist bets. This is because some markets are classed as ‘related contingencies’ as one outcome will affect another.

Advantages and Disadvantages of the ACCA Predictions

  • Pros
  • Odds within an ACCA bet are multiplied
  • There are ACCA-specific promotions
  • Cons
  • Only one selection is enough to lose the Multiple bet

Our ACCA predictions are great for anyone looking for a more adventurous footballing bet. As the odds within an accumulator bet are multiplied, you will always stand to win a nice return on your investment. Additionally, many bookies run accumulator-specific promotions such as insurance if one leg lets you down or an odds boost to increase your potential winnings if they all come in.

The main drawback for any accumulator bet is that it just takes one selection to ruin the entire wager. You could get nine out of 10 selections right, but this would not return you any profit at all. Due to this, they can often be quite heartbreaking!


Where to Bet on Football Accas?

With accumulators being so popular, you will struggle to find a bookmaker that does not accept this type of bet. If you expect you will be a regular acca bettor, choose one of our recommended sites that runs an accumulator promotion for existing customers. We can also highly recommend the brands that feature under our accumulator tip, as these are among the best in the business.


FAQ

When are the Football Accumulator tips posted?

Whenever there are enough football fixtures to produce a good tip! This tends to be at the weekend, but it can be more often if there are lots of midweek fixtures.

Can We Get a Bonus for Betting on Accumulators?

Accumulator bets can qualify for some bonuses, but you always need to check the terms and conditions. Often there is a minimum odds level for each leg of an accumulator bet, something which tends to be around 1.5.

Are Accumulator Bets Really Worth it?

Most professional gamblers will stick with single or double bets rather than accumulators, but this does not mean they should be ignored. Many punters find them particularly enjoyable as they can produce large returns with just a small stake, making them a low-stake/high-reward type bet with a pretty high risk.