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Accumulator tips – a 14/1 shot for Wednesday’s midweek action



A sparse fixture list means our Wednesday accumulator features an eclectic selection of games from League Two, the Women’s Champions League and an international friendly.

William Hill is offering odds of 14.17/1 on Mansfield to beat Grimsby Town, Wolfsburg Women to beat PSG and Ireland to beat Latvia with both teams to score in Dublin. That means a potential return of £151.70 from a £10 stake.

Weekend accumulator tips

Odds are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

Acca pick 1 – Mansfield Town vs Grimsby, 7.45pm

Grimsby Town’s historic run to the FA Cup quarter-finals was something of a fairytale but they return to League Two action with a trip to Field Mill tonight.

The Mariners set a new record by beating five teams from divisions above them in that run but they suffered defeats in the league games straight after all of those victories.

Mansfield can go level on points with Salford City in seventh with a win this as they play in front of their home fans for the first time since 25 February.

That day, coincidentally, they lost to Salford but before that they had recorded back-to-back wins at home and should return to form against Grimsby.

Accumulator tip 1: Mansfield to win

Acca pick 2 – PSG vs Wolfsburg, 8pm

The Women’s Champions League quarter-finals continue on Wednesday and the pick of the first-leg matches is PSG vs Wolfsburg.

The German side have a great pedigree in the women’s game and reached the Champions League semi-finals last season only to be beaten 5-3 on aggregate by Barcelona.

PSG are on a run of eight games without defeat since their 3-0 loss away to Chelsea in the group stages in December, but Wolfsburg came through their group without losing and should win in Paris.

Accumulator tip 2: Wolfsburg women to win

Acca pick 3 – Ireland vs Latvia, 7:45pm

Ireland’s European Championship qualifying campaign kicks off on Monday with the visit of France to Dublin, making this an important warm-up match for Stephen Kenny’s side.

There are 85 places between the countries in the Fifa world rankings with Ireland 48th and Latvia in 133rd place. But the eastern European nation are improving and have lost just one of their last eight games and were promoted from League D in this season’s Nations League.

Even so, the Republic should have enough to win, especially now they have found a goalscorer in Evan Ferguson who has seven goals in 16 games for Brighton this term.

Accumulator tip 3: Republic of Ireland to win and both teams to score

All odds within this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

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