FA Cup acca: 5 football tips for Saturday's second-round action
Back our 11/1 accumulator, which features football tips from the second round of football's oldest cup competition.
Accrington to beat Cheltenham
Back-to-back home defeats against promotion-chasing Barnsley and in-form Wycombe shouldn’t stop you backing Accrington this weekend.
Stanley had won six of their previous seven matches at the Crown Ground, including a 1-0 victory over League Two Colchester in the FA Cup first round.
Cheltenham lost 4-1 at Bury in midweek and have won just one of their last seven away matches, against 23rd-placed Notts County.
Lincoln to beat Carlisle
Lincoln’s 1-1 draw with Oldham at the weekend means they have lost just one of their last 10 matches in all competitions.
The Imps have scored the second-most goals in League Two with 34 and have the third-best defence, having conceded just 17 goals.
They should have more than enough to progress against a Carlisle side with just two wins in eight.
Oldham to beat Maidstone
Oldham are undefeated in their last five matches and come into this on the back of a credible 1-1 draw against Lincoln, who are second in League Two.
The Latics dispatched Hampton and Richmond in the first round, meaning they have won each of their last nine FA Cup ties against non-league opposition.
Maidstone are third-bottom of the National League and have won just two of their last 10 home matches in all competitions.
Plymouth to win or draw v Oxford
Relegation-threatened Oxford have struggled away from the Kassam Stadium this season, winning just two of their last 10 matches on the road in all competitions.
That run includes a 2-0 defeat at bottom-of-the-league Bradford last weekend as well as six draws, so the double chance market is the way to go.
Plymouth are also at the wrong end of the League One table, but have won three of their last five home games and look a reasonable bet to avoid defeat.
Sunderland to beat Walsall
Sunderland came from two goals down with 10 men to draw when these sides met a week ago.
The Black Cats followed that result with a 4-2 victory over promotion rivals Barnsley, extending their unbeaten run to 14 matches in all competitions.
They are worth backing at odds against with their full complement of players, considering Walsall have won just one of their last seven matches.
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