Essential Accumulator Betting Tools To Help You Win More

In the battle against the bookies and odds makers we need to arm ourselves with all of the tools and resources available. The key is to have a selection process and criteria you follow when placing your accumulator – do you value team form over head-to-head results?

Here I will run the best of what the internet and betting sites have to offer. I find this article links in really nicely with my reasons as to why your accumulator bets keep losing.

Form Guides and Trends:

Let’s start at the beginning. I use a mixture of different websites for analysing form but I would advise beginners to use the form guide on the Bet365 website. You are one click away from a mountain of stats and trends on any given match or competition.

For example, if I click on the stats icon for Man City v Liverpool in the Premier League I will get a five game form guide, with head-to-head records with the ability to further drill down into goal statistics and, what I like most about this feature on Bet365, is the ability to see previous match odds.

The more traditional football statistic sites very rarely offer historic odds, so I know what price Man City were when playing a similar level of opposition. It’s vital that you understand the odds and how teams are priced up if you want to spot value and increase the returns on your accumulator.

Bet365 Screenshot

Team News:

Sky Sports and the BBC sport websites should be among your favourites when it comes to the latest news on the Premier League and beyond. is also worth bookmarking for keeping up-to-date with the latest sports news around Europe.

Social Media:

Twitter is another excellent source of news and breaking information. You can follow all of the leading sports journalists, football players and news sites to give you the low down on the weekend’s matches. Another advantage of social media is the community aspect; you can debate and network with like-minded people. It’s a vital tool in the battle against the bookie.


Flashscore is perfect for live scores and match updates. You can select the games from your multiple as favourites and you will hear a cheer every time a goal is scored – marvellous! A nice additional feature is the team form and up-to-date league tables for every country imaginable, so if the in-depth analysis and detail of is off putting then maybe the brief stats available on flashscore are perfect for you.

If you have any questions about the resources and websites I have listed then leave a comment below and I will get back to you.

About Jon

I've made What Acca to try and help people starting out with accumulator betting. The possibilities of these types of bets are pretty much endless, with the major attraction coming from the fact that a lot of money can be won for very little outlay. What Acca will hopefully teach you how to make more profitable accumulator bets whilst also eradicating some of the mistakes that I have made over the years.


  1. Hi john ,keep up d gd work, do you hav any tips/strategy on the btts and win result

  2. hey john .. do you know other good site which give good tips like yours

    • Hi Vicky

      To be honest not really. A friend runs and has some really good tips and offers. There are a couple of Twitter accounts that are decent value as well, such as @twopoundpunt, but it’s best to do your own research with these types of things I always find to see what suits you.


  3. Thanks for the tips Jon, appriciiate the time and effort you put in and keep up the good work.
    One good site that i also use is, cover most leauges in the world and has a great amount of stats.

    Cheers Jon

  4. Hey Jon
    How have you fare this past years with accumulator bets?
    I’m trying to develop a winning system if possible. I see you usually mix your accumulator bets

    • Hi Lem, I’ve enjoyed nice success over the past 4 years. All my opinions and guides are documented here so hopefully you can take plenty of tips that will help make better bets. Thanks Jon

  5. Hi John, many thanks for your efforts in trying to help bettors win an ACCA. However, it has proved difficult to crack the but. The odds always deceive me. What should be the best approach?

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