The Daily Acca: Lille to score at the home of the champions
The major European leagues are back in action today and Paul Robinson has picked out a 17/2 Daily Acca that covers Ligue One, the Championship and La Liga. Here are his selections:
No home clean sheet for PSG
Bet 1: Back PSG & BTTS @ 6/4 - KO 19:45 GMT
PSG are eight points clear at the top of Ligue One, but they have been beaten three times already, so they aren't quite firing on all cylinders.
I very much doubt that they will lose at home to Lille this evening, but the visitors should be value for at least one goal at Parc de Princes.
Last year's runners-up are in fifth place this term, having taken 19 points from their opening 13 fixtures. They are yet to win away from home, but they have scored in each of their last four - two of which were defeats.
Only Reims have found the net away at PSG this season, but Lille are a good team who are capable of breaching what I would still class as an iffy PSG defence.
Cottagers to take the points
Bet 2: Back Fulham & BTTS @ 21/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
Fulham are only seventh in the Championship, which would probably be classed as below pre-season expectations. Obviously there is still a long way to go, but they have been a shade disappointing.
QPR on the other hand are in 10th, which is better that what was forecast, and four of their seven victories have come away from Loftus Road.
That being said, their form had tailed off prior to the international break - no win in four, and two defeats. Scott Parker's hosts won at Birmingham on their last outing, and I fancy them to make it back to back successes this evening.
Rangers score plenty of goals however, and Fulham have kept just the one clean sheet from their last half dozen at Craven Cottage.
Mallorca's road woes to continue
Bet 3: Back Levante @ 17/20 - KO 20:00 GMT
Real Mallorca are back in La Liga, and while they aren't in the relegation zone, that is down to their results at home. On their travels it's played five, lost five, and while they aren't at a big name tonight, the hosts are pretty strong in front of their own fans.
Levante are in 12th place in the table, and while they went into the international break with a 2-1 defeat at Athletic Club, prior to that they beat Barcelona on this ground, and won away at Real Sociedad.
Paco López have lost just one of their last 12 league matches at home and it would take a brave man to back against this here.