Daily Acca Tips – Serena, the Netherlands and Morocco all involved
A £5 stake could return over £254
The French Open second round continues today, with some of the top seeds in action at Roland Garros.
And several teams competing in this summer’s World Cup will look to fine-tune their preparations in their friendly matches.
The Coral News Team have picked five potential winners from today’s sporting action to help you build your acca.
Serena Williams – Evens
Serena Williams may not have played many competitive matches since giving birth, but she didn’t miss a step in Tuesday’s win over Kristyna Pliskova.
The 23-time major winner shouldn’t have too many problems against Ashleigh Barty. The Australian has never progressed past the third round of a Grand Slam singles tournament.
Kevin Anderson – 8/13
In the men’s draw, Kevin Anderson cruised to victory on Tuesday against Paolo Lorenzi.
He’s up against another unseeded opponent here – Pablo Cuevas. Anderson has won both previous meetings between the two of them. And the world number seven is ranked 68 places above his opponent. His quality should tell here.
Romania – 2/1
Romania didn’t qualify for this summer’s World Cup, but they’ve only lost one of their last seven fixtures. They’ve won five of their last six games at home too, which bodes well for Chile’s visit.
Chile won’t be in Russia either and the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal aren’t included in the travelling party.
Netherlands – 11/10
The Netherlands won’t be at a World Cup this summer for the first time since 2002. And their failure to qualify has heralded plenty of change for Die Oranje.
Ronald Koeman has come in as manager and given Memphis Depay a key role in attack. The former Manchester United man will want to add to his nine international goals against Slovakia.
Morocco – 6/4
Morocco are one of the 32 sides that will be involved in this summer’s showpiece tournament. They face a Ukraine side with little to play for.
The Lions of the Atlas will want to get a win to make sure they’re in good shape ahead of a daunting challenge in Group G, where they’ve been drawn with Spain and Portugal.
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