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Coral Acca Tips: Oxford and Notts County backed to triumph

| 25.03.2018

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After a busy few days of international friendlies, lower league football is in the spotlight around Europe today.

The Coral News Team have picked five potential winners from England, Spain and Italy. They could turn this into a special Sunday…

Oxford United – 10/3

The odds suggest Oxford will be the underdogs against Portsmouth. But Pompey have only picked up two points from six home games since the turn of the year. They’ve lost their last three at home too.

Oxford ended their own run of poor form with a win against Peterbrough United last week. Their players will want to impress new boss Karl Robinson too.

Notts County – 23/20

Notts County can’t afford to drop any points against Chesterfield if they’re going to secure automatic promotion.

The Magpies are fourth in League Two, three points behind Wycombe Wanders in third. They look set to do the double over Chesterfield, who are down in 23rd place.

Granada – 11/10

Home advantage could give Granada the edge over Numancia this weekend. The Andalusian side have slid to fifth after a recent wobble.

However, Numancia haven’t won on the road so far in 2018, a run stretching eight games.

Venezia – 5/4

Venezia have been a real force at home recently. They’ve won each of the last five games at the Stadio Pierluigi Penzo.

That should stand them in good stead against Cittadella. A home win would give the Venetian side hope of securing a top-two finish.

Perugia – 6/4

One side with plenty of momentum faces another side with none at the Stadio Dino Manuzzi.

Perugia are on a five-game winning streak. Cesena are sliding towards the drop zone after winning just one of their last seven fixtures. A sixth straight win is on the cards for Perugia.

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



Daniel Anwar

Daniel has written about sport for Coral, Squawka, FourFourTwo and the Premier League, among others.