Daily Acca Tips: Spurs, Wolves, and Man City all feature

Cian Carroll | 7 March 2018

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Wednesday sees a number of big clashes take place across the evening in the Champions League and Championship.

However, there’s not a glut of action so the Coral News Team have just four picks for you from this evening’s games.

Let’s get stuck into the fixtures…

Tottenham Hotspur – 11/10

Can Spurs complete a remarkable comeback and put last year’s finalists out of the Champions League?

The Premier League outfit were by far the better side in the first leg in Turin. After going two goals down, the Londoners put in a supreme shift, fighting back to 2-2.

With two away goals now to their name, they’re in the driving seat. Mauricio Pochettino won’t want his side to sit on that, though.

Spurs have a formidable record at Wembley this season and with Harry Kane on-form, they’re in great nick.

Wolverhampton Wanderers – 21/20

Wolves may not be in the best form, but they still should be too good for a Leeds United side coming to terms with another new manager.

Paul Heckingbottom has done okay since taking the reins at Elland Road. However, the ex-Barnsley gaffer has his work cut out to get anything from this clash with the league leaders.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolves are on a Championship title march. The Midlands outfit have a decent record in Yorkshire, too – winning two of the last three on Leeds’ turf.

Manchester City – 1/7

There’s not much else to be said for Manchester City v Basel. The Premier League leaders are 4-0 to the good after their first-leg clash in Switzerland.

Pep Guardiola’s side will rotate a little. But whoever the Catalan coach puts out, the side will be good enough to get a result.

It might not be as prolific due to the nature of the lopsided first leg result. However, City should be much too good for their Swiss opposition.

Kilmarnock – Evens

Kilmarnock host St. Johnstone in a Scottish Premiership clash at Rugby Park looking to make it six unbeaten.

Since Steve Clarke took over, the East Ayrshire side have been on a tremendous run.

Killie have been beaten just three times in his 19 league games as gaffer. That’s included wins over Celtic and Rangers.

St. Johnstone have lost five of their last seven games and look to be in dire form.

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