Daily Acca Tips: Juventus, Arsenal and Sevilla get the nod
A £5 stake could return over £57
Juventus have their eyes on a fourth straight Coppa Italia title when they face AC Milan in tonight’s final.
There’s plenty more action taking place across the continent too and the Coral News Team have picked five potential winners to boost your betslip…
Juventus – 4/5
The Old Lady know exactly what’s needed to win trophies. This inconsistent Milan team doesn’t have that experience yet. And that could make all the difference in the final.
This is set to be the last final of Gianluigi Buffon’s career too. He looks likely to add another winner’s medal to his collection.
Arsenal – 19/20
We’re now in May and Arsenal still haven’t won a single away point in 2018. That unhappy run should end against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.
The Foxes are drifting aimlessly to the end of the campaign. They haven’t won at home in league action since January and have picked up just one point from their last five games.
Manchester City – 1/8
Man City stumbled in their 0-0 draw against Huddersfield Town last weekend. But a win against Brighton & Hove Albion would see them break Chelsea’s record of 95 points in a single Premier League season.
They’ll also equal the Blues’ record for most goals (103) with their next strike. The champions will fancy their chances of breaking both records in their final home game this term.
Tottenham Hotspur – 2/11
Tottenham don’t have any room for error against Newcastle United. Their loss to West Bromwich Albion means Mauricio Pochettino’s side are only two points ahead of Chelsea in fifth with two games to play.
Missing out on the Champions League would be a massive blow heading into the first season in their new stadium. A win here would keep their chances of securing a top-four finish in their own hands.
Sevilla – 7/5
Real Madrid would normally be clear favourites to beat Sevilla, but Zinedine Zidane will make plenty of changes to his side for this one with a Champions League final on the horizon.
Sevilla caretaker boss Joaquin Caparros oversaw their first victory since early March in his opening game in charge last weekend. His side need the points here to stay in touch with the European spots.
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