Looking to place a Tuesday acca? I’ve compiled the accumulator stats you need from today’s games from the EFL, National Leagues & also some European action. I call this my ‘Acca Pack’.
If you’re after more accumulator stats, including from all over Europe and across the whole day, then you’ll find them included in my Email Acca Packs every weekend. So take a scroll and build an acca or goals galore with the research to back it.
So, here it is:
teams in the best form
This is exactly what it says on the tin. From the leagues I’ve covered, the column on the left shows the top 10 sides in the best form.
They’re ranked based on the number of points taken from their last 5 games. The colours indicate their results. Green is a win, yellow is a draw, red is a loss.
The form chart is ordered left to right, with left being the most recent league game.
teams in the worst form
Same as above, but this time for teams on poor form. The column 2nd from the left shows the top 10 teams when it comes to current poor performances. That sounds slightly confusing, so to be clear:
The side top of that column (Dulwich Hamlet), have taken the fewest points of any side I covered; over the course of their last 5 league games.
The form chart is ordered from left to right, again.
Most Games with over 1.5 goals
If you’re looking to build your own Goals Galore acca, this is perfect.
This column (middle), ranks the top 10 sides who have the highest hit rates for games with over 1.5 goals so far this season. It doesn’t factor in their opponent, it is solely their own success rate.
So, 97% of Dulwich Hamlet’s games this season have had over 1.5 goals. A quite remarkable stat in itself.
Most games where btts has landed
‘BTTS’ means both teams to score – a popular betting market where you’re backing both sides to find the back of the net.
Again, we’re using Dulwich as an example as they top yet another column. 85% of Dulwich games have seen both themselves and their opponents score a goal; again, a very high number.
The column shows the top 10 sides in terms of their success rate in this betting market.
Teams with the highest average match goals
Again, fairly simple. This column (furthest right) shows the teams who’s games average the most goals (scored + conceded).
Dorking top this stat, with a whopping 3.88 goals per match. That’s a result of them scoring 48 goals and conceding 76 in their 32 league matches this season.
This column is there to help with any over/under goal bets. For example – Wrexham appear on the AVG goals list and Chesterfield make the grade for BTTS; that is statistically a very strong game for goals.
Accumulator Picks of the Pack
Below are my acca ‘picks of the pack’ if you wanted to combine a few of the statistically strong sides in an accumulator.
Wrexham vs Chesterfield
Wrexham top the form chart, winning 4 of their last 5. They’ve taken 46 points from 48 at home, winning 15/16 games, scoring a huge 54 goals.
Chesterfield are in poor form; winless in their last 5 matches.
Boreham Wood vs Dorking
Dorking are the kings of goals and top the averages every time they’re in action. They’re great at scoring goals but absolutely atrocious at keeping them out, hence why their games have averaged a huge 3.88 goals.
Farnborough FC vs Ebbsfleet Utd
The Fleet are joint top of the form chart in the acca pack. In fact, their form stretches much further back. They’re unbeaten in 11 games, winning 10 of those. They’re also the league’s top scorers.
Yeovil vs Altrincham
Alty always pop up in the BTTS column. You struggle to find more entertainment than the Manchester club; 73% of their matches this season have seen both teams hit the back of the net.