World Cup Football Accumulator Betting Tips 2018

The first round of fixtures in the 2018 World Cup came a little too quickly for some players and teams. Those who got off to sloppy starts have no time to lose if they are to turn things around which adds even more pressure to the second round of group matches. There are six important matches on Wednesday and Thursday so to capitalise on the opportunities provided, we’ve created a fivefold accumulator for you below.

Football Accumulator Betting Tips, 20th – 21st 2018

  1. Portugal v Morocco – Portugal to Win at 4/7
  2. Uruguay v Saudi Arabia – Uruguay to Win to Nil at 8/13
  3. Denmark v Australia – Under 2.5 Goals at 4/7
  4. France v Peru – Both Teams to Score at 19/20
  5. Argentina v Croatia – Both Teams to Score at Evens

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Portugal v Morocco – Portugal to Win at 4/7

Morocco are one of those sides who were disappointed with themselves in their World Cup opener. The Atlas Lions played some decent football in the early stages of their match against Iran but paid ultimately paid for their lack of a cutting edge. Herve Renard knows his players are up against it now with Portugal and Spain still to face. They’ll need to give it a go and open up a little when they face Portugal in the Luzhniki Stadium but there’s a danger that will see them torn to pieces by Fernando Santos’ men. Cristiano Ronaldo needed his very best to drag Portugal to a point against Spain but Portugal should be far more comfortable against Morocco.

Uruguay v Saudi Arabia – Uruguay to Win to Nil at 8/13

Uruguay just about got away with a substandard performance against Egypt on the second day of the World Cup. Oscar Tabarez’s men needed a last gasp winner to beat win but the experienced manager knows that it is all about securing points in the group stage whether by hook or by crook. Uruguay should improve for getting a taste of the World Cup and in Saudi Arabia are up against perhaps the worst team at the tournament. The Saudis capitulated against Russia in the curtain raiser so a bet on Uruguay winning to nil looks as safe as houses.

Denmark v Australia – Under 2.5 Goals at 4/7

Thousands of Australia fans flocked to Kazan to watch the Socceroos’ first match against France. While they left disappointed to lose 2-1 they could fairly bemoan their luck after conceding one goal from a VAR awarded penalty and another from an absolute fluke. In stark contrast, Denmark had to ride their luck at times to beat Peru. Those results make this match key for both team’s chances which ratchets up the pressure. Combine that with the fact that neither Denmark nor Australia looked particularly fluid going forwards and backing under 2.5 goals looks the way to approach this one.

France v Peru – Both Teams to Score at 19/20

There’s always a team who capture the imaginations of neutrals in the World Cup. Iceland’s popularity shows no sign of diminishing but the approach of Peru has made them many people’s second team in Russia. Peru were more than a little unfortunate not to get anything out of their opening match against Denmark and have a very tough ask next time up in France. Didier Deschamps must be a little worried about his team’s performance against Australia. The fluid front three struggled to find space and create too much against the Socceroos while their defence look far from well drilled. Peru are big underdogs for the match in Yekaterinburg and for good reason. However, Peru will not be scared by the challenge and may just have some joy against France’s inexperienced backline.

Argentina v Croatia – Both Teams to Score at Evens

England fans may not exactly be feeling sorry for their Argentine counterparts but they can at least empathise with what it’s like to be humiliated by Iceland. Unlike England, Argentina only drew against Iceland and have a chance to get their World Cup campaign back on track. Next up for Argentina is Croatia who were far from impressive when beating a poor Nigeria side 2-0 in their opener.

Croatia must improve to be a force in this tournament but they surely have the quality to break through an Argentine defence that looked very disorganised. At the other end of the pitch, Argentina have the individual talent to believe they will grab at least one goal which makes a bet on both teams to score look very good value at evens.