Daily Acca tips: Coventry, Betis and Monaco head up five-fold

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The end of the domestic season is rapidly approaching, but there’s still plenty to sink your teeth into tonight.

There’s some top European action tonight, including plenty of La Liga, Serie A and Ligue 1. There’s MLS games tonight too and it’s play-off time in England.

Running the rule over some intriguing matches, the Coral News Team have produced this intriguing five-fold…

Middlesbrough v Aston Villa – draw – 2/1

It’s crunch time in the Championship. Both Middlesbrough and Aston Villa have spent plenty of time in the Premier League, they’ll feel it’s where they belong.

But only one can reach the final. The two sides ended the season in similar form, but Boro have lost only one of their last nine at home.

Villa won at the Riverside in January however, and Steve Bruce knows his way around the play-offs. A draw wouldn’t surprise anybody.

Coventry to beat Notts County – Evens

Both Coventry City and Notts County have endured a choppy few years, so they’ll be out to turn the tide in the play-offs.

Neither side are in particularly brilliant form, but the Sky Blues could edge this first leg on home soil.

They’ve lost just three of their last 14 at the Ricoh Arena, while Kevin Nolan’s County have won only three of their last 18 away in League Two – and each of those were against sides in the bottom half.

Real Betis to beat Sevilla – 8/5

Real Betis have enjoyed a superb season, and sit sixth ahead of the penultimate round of games.

They host city rivals Sevilla in a humdinger this evening. Betis have lost just one of their last nine and have only lost at home to Barcelona and Real Madrid in 2018.

As for Sevilla, they’ve won just two of their last 11 matches, and have already lost 11 away league games this term.

Monaco to beat St Etienne – 8/13

Paris Saint-Germain wrapped up the Ligue 1 title long ago, but the battle for the remaining two Champions League places is fierce.

Monaco are trying to fend off Lyon and Marseille.

Last year’s champions have been patchy of late, but they should have enough in hand to see off a mid-table St Etienne who have nothing to play for bar pride.

Dallas to beat LA Galaxy – 8/11

LA Galaxy may have snapped up Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but things have not been going well for them.

The California outfit have lost four of their last five since Zlatan’s double secured a famous win over Los Angeles FC.

So they’re in for a tough one when they head to Texas to face FC Dallas. The hosts have just one of their last 10, and are unbeaten in 11 on home turf.

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

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

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