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Daily Acca Tips: Man Utd and Lazio to get back to winning ways

A £5 stake could return over £67

The season is heading towards its conclusion, which means there’s plenty of football packed in over the next few weeks.

Tonight brings action from all around Europe and the Coral News Team have picked five potential winners to help you score a winner with your acca…

Manchester United – 8/11

Jose Mourinho will be looking for a response from his side against Bournemouth following Sunday’s shock defeat to bottom-of-the-table West Bromwich Albion.

With places in the team for Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham Hotspur up for grabs, United’s players will want to impress.

Real Madrid – 2/9

Zinedine Zidane is likely to name a strong side against Athletic Bilbao as they don’t have another game before next Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich.

As Athletic have only won one of their last seven away league games, and one of their last five in all competitions, it’s hard to see beyond a home win at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Lazio – 6/4

After Lazio’s Europa League hopes ended with a shock 4-1 defeat to Red Bull Salzburg, they earned a 0-0 draw with rivals Roma in their last outing. Now they can’t afford to drop any points in a tough away game against Fiorentina if they’re going to secure a top-four place.

It’s been an encouraging season overall for Simone Inzaghi’s side. They won’t want to undo their progress in the final weeks.

PSV Eindhoven – 2/5

After sealing the Eredivisie title last weekend, PSV shouldn’t have too many problems against a struggling Roda JC side.

PSV haven’t even conceded a goal in any of their last four meetings with the Kerkrade-based club.

Schalke – 5/6

A place in the DFB-Pokal final is up for grabs when Schalke host Eintracht Frankfurt tonight.

Eintracht have won two of their last three games against Schalke, but Dominic Tedesco’s side should stay focused and avoid an upset here.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing