Daily Acca Tips: Chelsea, Wigan and Atletico included in today’s picks
A £5 stake could return over £167 if successful
There might not be much Premier League action this weekend, but the FA Cup and Europe’s top leagues have plenty to offer.
The Coral News Team have picked out five teams that could give your acca a boost today. It takes in both FA Cup quarter-finals, La Liga, the Bundesliga and Serie A, and gets started at the DW Stadium.
Wigan Athletic – 29/10
New Southampton boss Mark Hughes will want to get his reign off to a winning start against League One side Wigan.
But an upset could be on the cards here. Southampton have only won one of their last five games. Wigan are on a run of just two defeats 22 games and have kept eight clean sheets in their previous 10 home matches.
Chelsea – 11/10
Chelsea have been knocked out of the Champions League and they’re four points off the top four in the top flight. The FA Cup could salvage their season.
It won’t be easy for Antonio Conte’s side against Leicester City. But they looked more comfortable with a traditional striker up front at Camp Nou. If Conte sticks with that template, his side should have the quality to reach the semi-finals.
Bayern Munich – 6/10
Can anyone halt Bayern’s momentum? They’ve looked unstoppable since Jupp Heynckes returned to the Allianz Arena. They’ve got 19 wins from their last 20 outings. The Bavarian giants have only conceded a single goal during their last five games.
RB Leipzig stand in their way this weekend. They’re a talented outfit, but Bayern are on another level.
Atletico Madrid – 11/10
Atletico have struggled against Villarreal recently. The Yellow Submarine did the double over Diego Simeone’s outfit in La Liga last term.
But it should be different this time around. Atletico have won three in a row, scoring 11 goals and conceding just once. Diego Costa’s arrival has brought the best out of Antoine Griezmann too.
Napoli – 1/4
Napoli’s loss to Roma and draw with Inter Milan put a major dent in their title hopes. They need to get back to winning ways against Genoa if they’re going to catch Juventus.
They’re on an 11-game unbeaten run against the Rossoblu. Maurizio Sarri’s side should extend that run to 12 games tonight.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing