Daily Acca picks: Swansea, Blackburn, Girona, and Real Madrid feature
Cian Carroll | 27 February 2018
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There’s a busy programme of fixtures from across the UK and Europe today.
Along with an FA Cup replay, there’s Championship, League One, and La Liga action to call upon.
For accumulator players, the Coral News Team have put forth their best selections ahead of the evening’s action…
Swansea City – 3/4
Swansea face Sheffield Wednesday in a fifth round FA Cup replay at the Liberty Stadium.
Carlos Carvalhal’s outfit have hit a mini-blip in the last couple of games. But the Welsh outfit will be looking forward to getting back onto home soil.
The Swans have won their last five in a row at the Liberty. And they welcome a Wednesday side without a number of key first-team regulars.
The Owls have won just three away games all season.
Blackburn Rovers – Evens
Blackburn are in tremendous form right now and will be looking for another three points away to AFC Wimbledon.
Tony Mowbray’s side have won their last three league games in a row. And Rovers have lost just one game in their last 23 in League One.
They’re the top scorers in the division with 61 goals. Danny Graham, Bradley Dack, and Charlie Mulgrew have all bagged 12 each.
Wimbledon are back in 18th and lost four on their last six league fixtures.
Wigan Athletic – 5/6
Having lead the League One table for much of the season, the Latics have dropped back to third in recent weeks.
Both Blackburn and Shrewsbury Town have overtaken them. However, after their FA Cup exploits, Paul Cook’s side do still have three games in hand on their rivals.
And Cook will be keen on despatching Bristol Rovers tonight at Memorial Stadium. Wigan have won 10 of their 14 away league games.
The Lactics will be on a huge high having just beaten Manchester City and will be keen to reclaim top spot.
Girona – 13/10
Girona welcome Celta Vigo to Estadi Montilivi on Matchday 26 of La Liga.
The Catalan outfit will be glad to get back onto home soil after a couple of sticky away games. The Primera Liga new boys are just a point behind Celta and will overtake them with a win.
Pablo Machin’s side have won six of their 12 home fixtures this term, including their previous four in a row.
And they will be confident against a Celta side who have lost their last two games on the road.
Real Madrid – 1/2
Like all great teams, Real seem to have hit form just as the business end of the season has arrived.
After a hugely inconsistent opening few months, Zinedine Zidane’s side have caught fire in recent weeks.
Los Blancos have won five of their last six in La Liga and scored 24 goals in those games. That doesn’t include the 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain at Santiago Bernabeu, either.
With Cristiano Ronaldo hitting form, and fringe players like Marco Asensio now producing, Espanyol could be fish in a barrel here.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing