Daily Acca Tips: Aston Villa, Cardiff City and Bayern Munich are in
Nick Murphy | 21 April 2018
A £5 stake could return over £50
The domestic action is drawing to a close across Europe. But there’s still plenty of football to enjoy this weekend.
With issues to be decided both at home and abroad, almost every match has something riding on it.
The Coral News Team have rounded up the best of the games and picked out five teams to add to your accumulator this afternoon.
Brentford – 4/7
West London Derbies aren’t Queens Park Rangers’ strong-point. Ian Holloway’s side have lost three of their last four fixtures against Brentford. That includes a 1-4 reverse at Loftus Road earlier in the season.
Add in that the Bees are unbeaten in six and have won three of their last four matches, and the Coral News Team are expecting a comfortable home win.
Swindon Town – 8/11
Victory for Swindon Town this afternoon will keep them in the play-off picture. And they need it too. The Robins are winless in their last six fixtures.
So a visit from Grimsby Town could be just the tonic. The Mariners have won once in their last 22 matches and have lost their last seven in a row away from Blundell Park.
Aston Villa – 8/11
After a run of three games without a win, Aston Villa are back in form. Steve Bruce’s men have won three of their last four matches. They’ve kept a clean sheet in all of those successes.
Managerless Ipswich, by contrast, have nothing left to play for and have picked up just five points from the last 24 available. The Villans are backed for an away win.
Bayern Munich – 8/15
Bayern Munich are one of Europe’s form teams. The Bundesliga giants have dropped just 15 points all season-long.
They should make light work of a Hannover side that have won just twice in their last 12 outings.
Cardiff City – 4/9
Nottingham Forest have won only twice away from home since mid-October. So a trip to the Cardiff City Stadium won’t have been high on their agenda.
The Bluebirds have emerged victorious in seven of their last eight matches on their own turf. Their only defeat in that time came against runaway league-leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Neil Warnock’s men should be able to bolster their promotion ambitions in this one.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing