There may not be a full Football League calendar to look forward to on Tuesday, but there are still plenty of matches worth looking into for your Accumulators.
Below, I’ve compiled a set of accumulator stats that covers the midweek football league action, as well as the National League, and even the Football League Trophy. If you’re after regular National League stats, then you’ll find them included in my Email Acca Packs every weekend. Fill your boots, and hopefully this helps you to land your winning accumulators.
Highest Average Goals
Here are the teams today that have averaged the most goals (both scored and conceded) per game this season. This is a metric dominated by National League sides, and the likes of Dorking and Wrexham in particular look good for an over 1.5 or over 2.5 goals selection.
Notts County: 3.45
Dagenham and Redbridge: 3.13
Most Games With Over 1.5 goals
Similarly, this part of the accumulator stats covers the teams across the UK that see 2 or more goals in their games in the highest percentage of games. Again, it’s a list dominated by teams in the 5th tier, with no Championship representatives.
Notts County: 88%
Most Games with Both Teams To Score
The odds for a Both Teams To Score selection will always be significantly higher than an over 1.5 selection. There can be some great value found here, and as expected, the National teams make up the vast majority of the top 10 here. Dorking certainly stand out, having made the top 3 in each given metric so far.
Notts County: 64%
Teams in the Best Form
If you’re looking for accumulator stats to back a team to win (or double chance it), here’s the teams today in the best form. Only National League side Notts County have won each of their last 5 games.
Notts County: WWWWW
Teams in the Worst Form
Here’s some teams that are really struggling, so maybe looking at their opposition today for a win/DNB/Double chance selection. Dorking are without a point in 5, and they’ll be taking on a Torquay side who despite sitting in the relegation zone, have picked up 10 in their last 5, making the best form list.
Dagenham and Redbridge: LLWLL
What to do with the Accumulator Stats?
Now you can build an acca using several markets: teams to win, double chance, over/under goals and both teams to score.
I’ve had a go using the accumulator stats too to build my own acca, which you can find on the Live Tips page.