Goal Rush and Accumulator Betting Tips 151212

Morning peeps, these weekends sure do come round quick, which means more betting, yey!

After a quick look at the form book, this weekend’s selections seemed to pretty straight forward!

We have the usual Goal Rush and Accumulator tips for you and just for kicks we’re throwing in our fans favourite Against The Odds bet, because we all cling to the hope of that longshot bet.


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Leyton Orient are hot right now, and are currently enjoying a winning streak that spans an amazing 8 games and we can’t see that coming to an end this week. Whereas Scunthorpe are in a reversal of that good fortune, having lost their last 3 matches.

Gillingham are the current league leaders and have some good home form to thank for that, which will likely make life extremely difficult for visitors Fleetwood, who have been suffering some travel sickness lately.

Sheffield United are unbeaten at home in the league so far this season and betting against them would border on stupidity. Although Tranmere will more than likely put up a decent fight of it, their form has been indifferent of late, so were sticking our money on Sheffield.

£10 returns £73.50 with Paddy Power.

If you don’t have a Paddy Power account get one and take advantage of some great odds.

Goal Rush

888sport are fast becoming a leader when it comes to offering the best odds, as well as enticing new customers with their fantastic welcome bonus. This weekend’s goals galore is right up there with the best of them, a £10 stake will return just over £70 using their Goal Crazy coupon.

Leeds v Ipswich,

Crewe v Bury,

AFC v Wimbledon,

Middlesbrough v Wolves.


All of the above teams have been in good form in front of goal recently, but luckily for us they have all had their fair share of defensive slip ups, making this a great opportunity for a Goal Rush.

If you fancy this bet, place it with 888sport to ensure yourself the best odds!

Against The Odds

Our longshot for today focuses on matches that could quite easily go either way, but we think the non favourites could really pull off a shock.


QPR v Fulham,

Stoke v Everton,

Birmingham v Chrystal Palace.