Daily Acca Tips: Man United, Charlton and Rob Cross lead mixed acca
Nick Murphy | 10 May 2018
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There’s action on the pitch and on the oche to whet your appetite on another busy night of sport.
Manchester United take on West Ham United in the Premier League, while Charlton Athletic face Shrewsbury Town as the EFL play-offs get underway.
Meanwhile, in the Premier League Darts, Rob Cross and Michael Smith will both be gunning to end the regular season with triumphs ahead of Finals Night next week.
The Coral News Team have pieced it all together and come up with a five-pronged selection of acca tips…
West Ham don’t tend to fare particularly well against Man United. The Hammers have lost their last three matches to the Red Devils. They’ve only won once against tonight’s opponents since 2010.
Add in that David Moyes’ side have nothing left to play for, and the Coral News Team think that the visitors could stroll this end of season encounter.
Momentum is key in the play-offs. So Shrewsbury’s recent run of one win in seven matches does little to inspire confidence.
Charlton have won three of their last four matches at The Valley. They also inflicted defeat on the Shrews under a month ago at the Greenhous Meadow. It’s Lee Bowyer’s men who get the nod in this one.
Fenerbahce are one of four clubs who still hold realistic hopes of winning this season’s Turkish Super Lig.
Aykut Kocaman’s men are three points off the top following a run of six straight victories in the league. They should make that seven tonight against an Akhisar side winless at home since mid-February.
With a Finals Night spot secured, the pressure is off for Michael Smith. Bully Boy has been in excellent form this season and has duly won nine of his 15 matches so far.
That record includes a 7-0 annihilation of Raymond van Barneveld in Week 9. With Barney no longer any threat, Smith can warm up for Finals Night with another impressive victory.
After a bright start, it’s all gone pear-shaped for Simon Whitlock in the Premier League. The Australian arrowsmith has won just twice since Week 3 and will find it tough against Rob Cross.
The world champion could nab second spot with a win in Birmingham. And with better scoring, checkout and 180 statistics than his opponent, he should have enough to get the job done.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing