Daily Acca Tips: Arsenal, Marseille and Atletico are in tonight
Nick Murphy | 12 April 2018
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After the excitement of the Champions League over the last two days, attention this evening turns to the Europa League.
The UCL’s little brother has four clubs vying for glory, and three of those get the nod tonight.
There’s also action from League One as Shrewsbury Town take on Bradford City at the Northern Commercials Stadium.
The Coral News Team have added it all together and picked the four best tips from the five major games this evening.
Atletico Madrid – 5/6
Atletico brushed Sporting Lisbon aside last week at the Metropolitano. Atleti won 2-0 through goals from Koke and Antoine Griezmann.
Diego Simeone’s men are unbeaten away from home in Europe this season too. They’ll fancy their chances against a Leoes side that have lost two of their last three matches in all competitions.
Marseille – 5/4
Marseille have it all to do against RB Leipzig after losing 1-0 in Germany last week. But the Ligue 1 outfit can take heart from a fantastic home record in the Europa League.
OM have won six of their last seven home matches in Europe’s second-tier competition. With Florian Thauvin set to return after injury, they have a fair chance of making it through to the semi-finals tonight.
Arsenal – Even-money
The Gunners are in tremendous form at the moment. Arsene Wenger’s men have won six in a row in all competitions.
They dispatched CSKA Moscow 4-1 at the Emirates last week and look well-placed to rack up a similar score again after resting key players in Sunday’s victory over Southampton.
Shrewsbury Town – 5/4
A trip to Bradford City is the perfect pick me up for Shrewsbury Town after their Checkatrade Trophy final defeat to Lincoln City.
The Bantams have only won one of their last 14 games in all competitions. They’ve lost 11 of those matches and failed to score on eight occasions in that run.
Opponents Shrewsbury have the fourth-best away defensive record in League One. This should prove a fantastic opportunity to get back on track for Paul Hurst and co.
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