Daily Acca Tips: Aston Villa, Nice and Besiktas lead our picks
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There are fixtures from across Europe tonight as the continent gears up for a busy weekend of action.
Aston Villa take on Leeds United in a vital clash in the Championship, while Braga and AZ Alkmaar will both be looking to maintain their place near the top of their respective leagues.
The Coral News Team have visited England, Portugal, Turkey, France and the Netherlands for tonight’s acca tips…
Aston Villa – 1/2
Aston Villa kept their automatic promotion hopes alive with a stirring 1-0 victory over Cardiff City on Tuesday night. Steve Bruce’s side have now won two of their last three overall and six of their last eight at Villa Park.
Tonight’s opponents Leeds United have not won away from home since Boxing Day.
AZ Alkmaar – 1/2
PSV and Ajax are running away with the Eredivisie. But it’s AZ Alkmaar who are the best of the rest.
The Cheeseheads are in terrific form in the Dutch top-flight and are unbeaten against sides below them in the table since defeat to Feyenoord in October.
They should tighten their grip on third spot away at Heracles.
Braga – 5/6
Braga are a team bang in form. Os Arcebispos are unbeaten in eight matches and were only denied an eighth straight victory by a 90th-minute equaliser from Feirense last week.
Abel Ferreira’s men should make light work of a Pacos Ferreira side battling relegation.
Besiktas – 4/9
The title race is on in Turkey. And Besiktas are firmly amongst it. Kara Kartallar are three points off the top of the league having won their last two matches.
Forward Talisca has netted twice in his last two matches and should relish taking on an Akhisarspor side winless in five matches.
Nice – 17/10
After a disappointing January and February period, Nice were back at it through March and the start of April.
Claudio Ranieri’s men have won three of their last five matches in Ligue 1. They’ll be looking to make it three away wins on the spin with success at Angers this evening.
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