Daily Acca Tips: Monaco, Eibar and Hibs get the nod

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There’s plenty of Friday night football for you to get stuck into tonight.

The Coral News Team have looked over the fixtures, studied the stats, and come up with five picks for your acca.

It takes in action from Ligue 1, La Liga, the Bundesliga and Eredivisie. Ready to begin?

Monaco – 2/7

Monaco are currently second in Ligue 1. They face second-bottom Lille tonight. The side from the Principality have won each of the previous four meetings between the two clubs. Leonardo Jardim’s side also ran out 4-0 winners in both of the last two.

Paris Saint-Germain are the only away side to win a league game at Monaco since December 2016. Lille don’t look likely to end that streak.

Eibar – 27/20

Eibar sit in the safety of ninth-place in La Liga. They visit a Levante side battling to avoid the drop.

Levante are 17th, four points above the drop zone, and they’ve only won once in league action since November. Eibar should fancy their chances to get the points here.

Stuttgart – 21/10

Freiburg may have home advantage, but they’re up against a Stuttgart side in great form. The visitors are unbeaten in six games, a run that’s seen them keep four clean sheets.

Stuttgart have had the edge over Freiburg recently too. They’ve won five of the last six encounters between the two sides.

Hibernian – Evens

Hibernian will be full of confidence for their trip to St Johnstone. They’re on a roll with five wins in their last six outings.

Neil Lennon’s side sit four places and 18 points above the Saints in the table. The gulf in class should tell at McDiarmid Park.

Excelsior – 23/20

Excelsior’s win against ADO Den Haag earlier this season ended a run of 10 games without victory against the Residentieclub.

They come into this meeting with the momentum. They’ve got three wins in their previous four matches, whole Den Haag have only won once in the same period.

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

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