Football Acca Betting Tips, free bets and Enhanced Odds Bonuses, FA Cup, 26th, 27th and 28th January 2018

Latest Football Acca Tips – 26th, 27th and 28th January 2018

  • Yeovil v Man Utd – Man Utd -2 Goals – 23/20
  • Middlesbrough v Brighton – Middlesbrough to Win – 5/4
  • Wigan v West Ham – Both Teams to Score – 10/11
  • Chelsea v Newcastle – Over 3.5 Goals – 9/5

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Yeovil v Man Utd – Man Utd -2 Goals – 23/20

Despite losing their domestic dominance of years gone by, Man Utd remain the biggest draw for Football League clubs in the FA Cup. In that regard, Yeovil are incredibly lucky. The League Two side have been drawn against the Red Devils for the second time in three years, giving them a significant boost to their finances.

Yeovil may be struggling towards the bottom of League Two but there is no chance of Darren Way picking a weakened team. Unfortunately for the home fans, the same is true for Jose Mourinho. The Man Utd manager saw his team lose to Bristol City in the EFL Cup and won’t accept anything other than the best from his players. That makes Man Utd look a good bet with a two goal handicap at 23/20.

Middlesbrough v Brighton – Middlesbrough to Win – 5/4

Middlesbrough hired Tony Pulis as their manager for one simple reason. They believe that the former Stoke, Crystal Palace and West Brom manager can take the club back into the Premier League. Pulis will enjoy the chance to test his new players out against top flight opposition on Saturday and may well end up with a big win.

Brighton are slipping worryingly down the Premier League table. With bigger battles to fight, don’t be surprised if Chris Hughton rotates his team and the Seagulls exit the competition.

Wigan v West Ham – Both Teams to Score – 10/11

It took Wigan two attempts but they made it past Premier League Bournemouth to the FA Cup third round. That gives the Latics even more confidence with the win coming in the middle of an impressive league campaign.

Although the league remains the priority, Wigan will believe they have another great chance at taking a Premier League scalp when West Ham visit. The Irons are struggling badly with injury and David Moyes will have to play a selection of youth and fringe players at DW Stadium. West Ham should score but so should Wigan in a game that could go either way.

Chelsea v Newcastle – Over 3.5 Goals – 9/5

After three straight 0-0 draws, Chelsea finally got back to their best against Brighton last weekend. The Blues put four past the Seagulls to reenergise their season. That is bad news for Newcastle ahead of their trip to Stamford Bridge but could the travelling Toon Army have something to celebrate on Sunday?

Rafa Benitez has had plenty of stick for the supposed negative approach he has taken to Newcastle’s Premier League campaign. Freed from the pressures of the relegation battle, he may well decide to give the people what they want and take the game to Chelsea. Beating Chelsea looks beyond Newcastle but they should at least play their part in an entertaining match.