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Five selections from the evening games
The weekend’s football gets underway with a selection of quality matches from the UK and the Continent tonight.
And once again the Coral News Team have gone through the fixtures with a fine toothcomb, picking out five selections.
Stick a £5 wager on tonight’s acca and it could win £95.35 should all five prove victorious. All prices and returns correct at time of writing.
Fulham to beat QPR
This West London derby is tough to call. QPR have picked up 11 of their 13 points at Loftus Road this term, while Fulham have collected over half of their haul on the road.
The Rs are unbeaten on home soil too, but go into this clash without a win in four.
Slavisa Jokanovic’s Cottagers impressed in a 3-1 midweek win over Nottingham Forest, and that momentum could prove the crucial difference. An away win kicks off tonight’s acca at 5/4.
Celta to beat Girona
Over in Spain, Celta Vigo and Girona commence La Liga’s weekend schedule.
Girona have struggled since gaining promotion to the top-tier. They’ve collected just one point and are yet to score.
With that in mind Celta look good for a home win at 8/11. They’ve lost only one of their last four and this game offers an excellent chance for three useful points.
Rangers to beat Hamilton
Rangers haven’t lost to Hamilton since 1987, reason alone to put the 8/15 Gers in tonight’s five-fold.
Even worse for the Accies is that Pedro Caixinha’s men will be desperate to bounce back after losing to Celtic last time out.
The Gers are unbeaten in their last eight league games on the road too, so an away win beckons.
Schalke to beat Leverkusen
Bundesliga action begins with Schalke hosting Leverkusen. Often a top-four clash, both sides find themselves mired in mid-table this season.
The away side has won this clash in four of the last seven times, but a home win is on the cards here.
That’s because Leverkusen have lost all three away games this term, while Schalke have been beaten just once in ten games at the Veltins Arena – to the might of Bayern Munich.
Die Konigsblauen keep the acca rolling at 7/5.
Monaco to beat Montpellier
Rounding things off in France, where Montpellier face yet another devilish fixture.
They caused PSG to drop their first points of the campaign with a 0-0 draw last weekend.
But Monaco have won three from three at the Stade Louis II, averaging four goals a game.
With Montpellier failing to win 20 of their last 23 on the road, a home win is confidently included into tonight’s five-fold at 1/3.
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