It's all about the Brazilian top flight for Paul Robinson tonight and his Daily Acca is a big one, coming in at the 41/1 mark. Here are his selections:
Expect goals in Mineiro
Bet 1: Back BTTS in Atletico Mineiro v Goias @ 9/10 - KO 23:00 GMT
The hosts are having a poor campaign by their usual standards and that was after making a decent start. They have won just two of their last 16 league games, and at home it's three defeats from four.
Goias are in ninth, and they beat Avai at the weekend. That victory ended a run of four league matches without a win, but it is worth noting that only one of those was a defeat.
As far as the goals go, this selection would have landed in four of Atletico Mineiro's last half dozen on this ground, and the last three of the visitors' away outings. That trend should continue here.
Big Green to keep the pressure on Flamengo
Bet 2: Back Palmeiras & BTTS @ 9/2 - KO 00:30 GMT (Thurs)
The reigning champions of Brazil are still battling hard to make it three title wins in a row, but the games are running out, as they try and close the eight point gap to leaders, Flamengo.
Mano Menezes' side have to win tonight and while this is a tricky fixture, they can at least call upon the fact that they have won five of their last six in the league. They were victorious in their latest away outing, and it's worth noting that three of their last four away successes have seen them concede a goal.
Vasco da Gama are in 11th, but they are winless in three and were beaten 3-1 by Gremio in their last match on this ground.
Cruzeiro's undefeated run to come to an end
Bet 3: Back Atletico PR & BTTS @ 3/1 - KO 00:30 GMT (Thurs)
Both Atletico PR and Cruzeiro are in good form at present as the hosts have lost just one of their last 12, while the visitors have gone eight since their last loss.
Tiago Nunes' men are incredibly strong in front of their own fans though, and they head into this game on the back of two victories here. They have been conceding more goals of late however, and it's just one clean sheet in seven at home.
The visitors have won their last two on the road, but prior to that it was no win in 13 this term, and while I expect them to score tonight, I doubt that they will take anything from the game.