Tuesday is a busy evening of football in England with eight FA Cup first-round replays and another eight fixtures from the EFL Trophy.
We have picked out four selections, two from the FA Cup and two from the EFL Trophy, which make up a 9/1 accumulator.
Peterborough to beat Salford @ 10/11
Peterborough needed an injury-time equaliser to claim a 2-2 draw with Salford in their FA Cup first-round tie at London Road but the League One side should be sharper in Tuesday’s replay.
Both of Salford’s goals came from errors by Posh goalkeeper Nicholas Bilokapic but Saturday’s 5-0 league rout of Cambridge has provided a major confidence boost for the visitors.
League Two Salford were beaten 2-1 at home by Mansfield at the weekend and their defence has conceded 22 goals in their last ten matches on their own patch, which does not bode well for a clash with free-scoring Peterborough.
Burton to beat Port Vale @ 23/20
Burton have taken ten points from their last four home games in League One and their fans may have another win to celebrate against fellow third-division side Port Vale in the FA Cup.
Vale host Middlesbrough in the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup next month, having reached that stage for the first time in their history, but their FA Cup run may well come to an end at the Pirelli Stadium.
The visitors made a strong start to the campaign, winning five of their first seven league games, but they are now winless in nine – a run that started with a 3-2 home defeat to Burton in September.
Blackpool to beat Morecambe @ 1/3
Blackpool’s home form has taken them to the fringes of the League One playoff positions and they look worthy favourites to see off local rivals Morecambe at Bloomfield Road in the EFL Trophy.
Five of the Tangerines’ six league wins this season have come at home and they have made an impressive start to their Trophy campaign, winning 2-0 at Barrow and beating Liverpool Under-21s 5-2.
Morecambe’s 3-2 defeat at Grimsby on Saturday was their fifth loss in their last eight away matches in League Two and they could be outclassed by Blackpool on Tuesday.
Wigan to beat Tranmere @ 5/6
Wigan are going well in League One, winning four of their last six matches including victories over promotion-chasing Oxford and Peterborough.
The Latics have also won 4-0 at Bolton and 2-1 at Derby in the league this season and they should be backed for more success on the road at Tranmere in the EFL Trophy.
Tuesday’s hosts climbed out of the League Two relegation zone with a 3-0 weekend win over fellow strugglers Forest Green but they have lost eight of their nine games against top-half teams in the fourth tier this season and face a tough test against League One Wigan.
Check out the rest of our Football Accumulator Tips here.