The ability to build your own football acca has led a lot of the country’s punters into making a bet that consists of all their favourite match result selections from the weekend. An issue from doing this has arisen between fans of English football and fans of European football, where there’s been a divide between where you’ll find the best value in any potential football accumulator tips that you choose to create based around individual football leagues. While it can be understandable to argue either option as being superior to the other, there’s a lot to be gained through considering every football league for your footy accumulator.
Comparisons between English football and leagues elsewhere
People who refrain from betting outside of the leagues they’re aware of will tend to have some misconceptions in their mind to rule out what’s so inferior about the football being played in these other countries. European football is often recognised as being less competitive, easier, and less important than English football, but there are some dominant sides that conquer most of their games in the same way as a handful of English teams do back in the Premier League, Championship, League One, and League Two.
When you’ve been able to work out which teams these are - even after briefly scanning through the respective league table - you should be in a good place to add some additional selections to your football accumulator tips for the weekend. A lot of these comparisons are unfair and untrue, but not all of them are entirely wide of the mark, with some leagues being proven to see more goals and specific teams being more or less skilled than some of the teams that you might be prone to backing from the English leagues, so there are more than enough places to capitalise.
Alternative betting markets
Aside from picking the match winner, you can include different football leagues without it having a massively detrimental effect on your football accumulator tips. For instance, the over 2.5 goals market and both teams to score market can be used for a lot of European games or lower league English games in your acca, improving the price with something that’s moderately easy to land and reasonably likely to happen. A lot of punters will do this to enhance their football odds, with the only piece of useful advice being to do your research before including any additional selections, as your bet will stand no chance of landing if you blindly include a random market for a match that you’re not knowledgeable about.