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Daily Acca Tips: Real Madrid, Wimbledon and Scunny feature

| 01.05.2018

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All eyes will be on the Santiago Bernabeu as Real Madrid host Bayern in the Spanish Capital.

But there are plenty of other games across the UK this evening with a lot riding on them, too.

The Coral News Team pick out for tips ahead of the fixtures…

Real Madrid to beat Bayern – 11/10

Despite being on the end of a 3-1 home defeat to Juventus in the previous round, Real are unlikely to be so generous this time around.

The La Liga giants are 2-1 up against Bayern Munich going into the second-leg of their Champions League semi-final. And Zinedine Zidane will be confident of another fine result at the Bernabeu.

Bayern need to score two goals and will have to go for it. Real can sit back and counter effectively and should be too good for the Bavarians on the night.

AFC Wimbledon to beat Doncaster – 17/10

Wimbledon will be mathematically safe from relegation should they beat Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium tonight.

Neil Ardley’s side gained a terrific point against Wigan Athletic at the weekend. And the Dons can carry that form into this game this evening.

Doncaster are safe from the drop now and could well take their foot off the gas. Wimbledon have been beaten just one in their last five away games. And they can seal their safety with a win.

Scunthorpe v Plymouth – Draw @ 13/5

Scunthorpe United have a chance to seal their play-off place with a win over Plymouth Argyle at Glanford Park.

However, Plymouth are hot on their heels and know a win for them will shoot them above Scunny. There’s a lot on the line here. And both sides are in good form, too.

But Argyle have only ever beaten Scunthorpe once away from home, losing their last five in a row. The Pilgrims will have it all to do to get maximum points. A draw looks most likely.

Dunfermline v Dundee Utd – Draw @ 11/5

Both Dundee United and Dunfermline Athletic are in the driving seat for a play-off spot. The sides meet at East End Park tonight with a lot at stake.

If United win, they’ll jump above Livingston into 2nd place – the automatic play-off final spot. If Dunfermline bag all three points, they’ll usurp the Tangerines and move into third.

This is a tight-looking game with both sides having plenty to lose. Dundee United are poor on the road and Athletic haven’t lost in 10. A draw looks the most obvious selection.

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



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