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Daily Acca Tips: Liverpool, Bayern and Inter all involved

A £5 stake could return over £72

After all the drama of the European competitions in midweek, domestic action gets back underway across the continent this weekend.

The Coral News Team have picked a potential winner from each of the top five European leagues, all kicking off at 5:30pm or later…

Liverpool – 1/4

Bournemouth have picked up more points from losing positions than any other side in the Premier League this season. But it’s hard to see them leaving Anfield with anything today.

Liverpool will be full of confidence after knocking Manchester City out of the Champions League in midweek. The Reds have been very impressive at Anfield recently. They’ve racked up four wins in their last five home games, only conceding once during that run.

Bayern Munich – 1/3

Bayern have already wrapped up the Bundesliga title so the Champions League will be their priority during the rest of this campaign.

A rotated Bayern side should still overcome Borussia Monchengladbach at home though. The likes of Kingsley Coman and Corentin Tolisso could get a chance to impress at the Allianz Arena.

Inter Milan – 31/20

Inter are fifth in Serie A and need to make up ground on the top four with a win over Atalanta. The Nerazurri have won the last two meetings between these clubs by an aggregate score of 9-1.

Luciano Spalletti’s side should get the win if they score the opener. They’ve only conceded once in their previous six matches.

Celta Vigo – 27/20

Celta Vigo could make a late push for a European place with a good run of results in La Liga. They’re ninth, six points behind Real Betis in fifth with six games to play.

They’ll be looking to Iago Aspas to fire them to victory against Leganes. The former Liverpool man scored a hat-trick against Sevilla last weekend and he’s the highest goalscorer in the division outside of Barcelona and Real Madrid (19 goals).

Rennes – 4/9

Rennes are flying high in fifth in Ligue 1 and look set to pour more misery on Metz at Roazhon Park.

Sabri Lamouchi’s side are on a nine-game unbeaten run, while Metz are stranded at the bottom of the table. Defeat could see their relegation virtually confirmed if other results go against them.

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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing