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Football accumulator tips: Back Baggies to bring down Owls

The final international break of the season being over means we can choose from a full Football League programme for our football accumulator tips this weekend.

Our last footy acca was Tuesday's Euro 2020 qualifiers when three of our five selections proved successful at 11/10, 1/1 and 8/11, although Scotland denied us a fourth at 10/11 with a stoppage-time third goal against Kazakhstan.

We have made five selections for our football accumulator tips for Saturday's 3pm games which can be backed at more than 78/1 and qualifies for a 10% bonus thanks to the BetStars acca bonus offer.

[All odds correct at time of publication]

If you want to combine all our accumulator football bets, the odds are 78/1 for a winning 5 fold.

Football accumulator tips: November 23

West Brom vs Sheffield Wednesday

Championship leaders West Brom take on eighth-placed Sheffield Wednesday protecting a six-match unbeaten run overall and they have not lost at home in 14 matches stretching back to last season.

The Baggies are second favourites to win the Championship at 9/4 but from what we've seen they look like the best team in the division.

Sheffield Wednesday are going well under Garry Monk but they have not beaten any of the teams above them in the table and have picked up just one point from their last three away games at Hull, Cardiff and Blackburn.

The Baggies have scored and conceded in all seven home games this season and while 9/10 on a home win looks attractive, we're pushing the boat out for the first of our football accumulator tips and predicting a West Brom win and both teams to score at 27/10.

Stoke vs Wigan

Michael O'Neill got off to a winning start as Stoke manager two weeks ago with a 4-2 victory at Barnsley and he can make it back-to-back wins at home to Wigan.

Latics were beaten 3-0 at home by Brentford in their last Championship outing and have taken just one point from their last four games, a run which has left them two points above the relegation zone.

Manager Paul Cook said after the Bees defeat: "It's probably as tough an afternoon as I've had since I came to the club as manager. The day just progressively got worse as it went on, and in the end you just couldn't wait for the final whistle."

With Stoke fans revitalised by O'Neill's appointment and Wigan struggling to arrest a slump, a home win is the next leg of our football acca tips.

MK Dons vs Rotherham

MK Dons have lost nine of their last 10 matches and scored just twice during that terrible run which saw manager Paul Tisdale sacked and replaced by Russell Martin.

Results have barely improved since Russell's appointment, losing at home to League Two side Port Vale in the FA Cup and at Bolton in the league in between an EFL Trophy defeat by Wycombe.

The Millers are one of the form teams in the division with five wins from seven lifting them to sixth in the table, so they look a good fit as one of our football tips for the weekend.

Three of their last four games have been won without conceding and with only Bolton taking fewer shots per game than MK Dons, who have scored just 13 goals in 17 games, one goal could settle this encounter.

At 10/11, Rotherham are a logical choice for the next leg of our football acca to beat a team heading straight back to League Two unless results improve.

Southend vs Oxford

The contrast in form between these teams could not be more stark and we fancy Oxford to win and concede for the next of our football tips for the weekend.

Oxford have the best record over six games with four wins and two draws as they look to extend their unbeaten run in League One to 10 matches on Saturday.

Southend have lost seven of their last eight games and conceded 48 goals this season, the most of all 92 teams in the four divisions.

That said, Oxford have the highest percentage of scoring and conceding on the road (78%), so an away win and both teams to score catches the eye at 41/20 as the next of our football accumulator tips for today.

Northampton vs Grimsby

The Cobblers moved into the play-off places with an impressive 4-1 victory over promotion rivals Crewe last weekend to make it three successive home wins as part of a five-match unbeaten run.

The optimism felt by Northampton fans is not reciprocated by Grimsby supporters who have watched their side pick up just one point from their last four matches and lost their manager Michael Jolley last Friday after an expletive-laden rant against local journalists.

Anthony Limbrick has been placed in temporary charge and he admitted the players had been "upset" by Jolley's departure.

Northampton have the best record of any other team over the last six games and a home win looks on the cards at 21/20 as the last of our accumulator football bets.

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Warren Barner
@warren_barner in Football