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Daily Acca Tips: Favourites get the nod in Europa League

| 05.04.2018

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The Europa League takes centre-stage tonight as the quarter-finals kick-off.

The Coral News Team have made four selections to help you pick your acca. They’ve cast an eye over AFC Telford’s National League North meeting with Spennymoor Town too…

Arsenal – 3/10

CSKA Moscow have only won one of their last nine games in England. And there’s a clear gulf in quality behind the Russian side and Arsenal.

The Gunners are lagging well behind the top four in league action. This competition is their main priority now. They’ll be fully focused here.

Atletico Madrid – 2/7

Atletico are the clear favourites to lift the trophy in Lyon. They’ve got real European pedigree, having reached two of the last four Champions League finals. Diego Simeone can call on Antoine Griezmann and Diego Costa in attack too.

Sporting Lisbon could be in for a long night in the Spanish capital.

RB Leipzig – 4/6

Leipzig and Marseille are fairly well matched, but home advantage could give the German side the edge.

They’re on a six-game unbeaten run, which includes a win over Bayern Munich and a draw with Borussia Dortmund.

Lazio – 8/11

Lazio come into their game against Red Bull Salzburg in good form. They smashed six goals past Benevento last weekend to make it five games without defeat.

The Serie A side will need to maintain their level against the Austrians, who’ve not lost in any competition since August.

Spennymoor – 19/20

Over in the National League, Spennymoor will be looking to consolidate their play-off spot away to Telford.

The hosts are 20th in the table, with just one win in their last five outings.

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Daniel Anwar

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