The following are today's Accumulative Football tips from across Europe.
1) Ipswich Vs Cheltenham.
Seven of Ipswich’s last nine League One games have ended with over 2.5 goals.
Ipswich have been winners in five of their last seven League One games.
Ipswich were involved in a 4-4 thriller at Charlton in their last League One fixture, but they are usually defensively solid and can register a win and a shutout against Cheltenham at Portman Road.
Cheltenham are struggling in the league and lost 2-1 at home to Alvechurch in the FA Cup first round.
2) Stevenage Vs Hartlepool.
No League Two team has found the net in more games this season than Stevenage’s total of 15.
Both teams to score has been a winning bet in nine of Hartlepool’s last 11 League Two away games.
Stevenage bowed out of the EFL Cup after a penalty shootout loss to Charlton on Tuesday but they can resume their League Two promotion push by defeating Hartlepool in Hertfordshire.
Accumulative Football Tips.
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