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Daily Acca Tips: ADO Den Haag and Valencia among the selections

| 04.03.2018

Picks from five of Europe’s top leagues

There’s no shortage of top football action on this Sunday, and the Coral News Team have scoured Europe’s biggest leagues to pick out a continental five-fold of tips.

A £5 wager on today’s selections could pay out a shade over £120 if all five picks come in.

Here are the sides who’ve made the cut, starting with an upwardly-mobile Eredivisie side…

ADO Den Haag – 15/8

Sunday sees ADO visit a Sparta Rotterdam side who sit bottom of the Eredivisie – having taken a single point from their last four games.

As for ADO, they’re unbeaten in five – and kept a clean sheet at Ajax last weekend. The capital club have also dominated their Head-to-Head record with Sparta. Alfons Groenedijk’s men have won the last three clashes, without conceding a goal.

Manchester City – 8/13

Pep Guardiola’s men have taken an astonishing 40 points from 14 home games in the Premier League, and should have few problems against a Chelsea side in disarray.

Antonio Conte’s visitors have lost three of their last four league games. That run has included a 4-1 defeat at Watford and a 3-0 humiliation at home to AFC Bournemouth.

Olympique Marseille – 8/15

L’OM have recorded 12 wins and three draws in their last 15 games at Stade Velodrome. That includes victories in each of their last three, including a six-goal haul against Metz.

Sunday sees the visit of a Nantes side who’ve long since lost their early-season momentum. They may sit sixth, but have taken just six points from their last eight in Ligue 1.

Valencia – 4/9

Los Che look set for a Champions League football next term, with Marcelino Garcia Toral’s men sitting comfortably in fourth place – just a point behind Real Madrid. And chances are they’ll take another step towards the UCL against Real Betis.

Valencia have made the Mestalla a fortress this season, winning nine of their 13 home La Liga games. As for Betis, they’ve won just one of their last three matches – and were beaten 6-3 by Los Che in the reverse fixture.

AC Milan – 7/5

Sunday sees the latest instalment of the Milan derby, and it’s the men in red-and-black who look to have the better prospects. AC have picked up six wins and a draw in their last seven league matches – including a 4-0 rout of SPAL on their travels.

Inter Milan may sit three places above their rivals ahead of kick-off, but they’ve also won just two of their previous 11 games in all competitions.

Big match previews, betting tips and transfer news – Coral have it all.

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



Dave Burin