The Daily Acca: Spoils to be shared at the Amex
It's Premier League, Serie A and La Liga action for Paul Robinson today, and his Daily Acca weighs in at around the 10/1 mark. Here are his selections:
Another draw for Wolves
Bet 1: Back The Draw in Brighton v Wolves @ 9/4 - KO 16:30 GMT
The Seagulls ended a run of three straight defeats at Arsenal on Thursday, as they beat them 2-1 and moved up to 12th place in the league.
Wolves are having a fine campaign when you consider how teams have struggled in their first season in the Europa League.
They are currently unbeaten in seven in all competitions, and their only defeat since September came in the Carabao Cup at Aston Villa.
Nuno Espírito Santo's men have drawn a lot of games though, and away from Molineux it's three draws from their last five.
No clean sheets in Bologna
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Bologna v AC Milan @ 8/11 - KO 19:45 GMT
In Italy, Bologna take on AC Milan and there should be goals at both ends.
The hosts won their opening home match of the season by a 1-0 scoreline, but since then all five of their outings on this ground have seen this selection land.
The visitors put a disappointing spell behind them by beating Parma 1-0. Stefano Pioli's men are only 11th in the table though, which is nowhere near good enough for a club of their stature.
As for the goal stats, they aren't overly in our favour, but three of their last five on the road haven't featured a clean sheet, and they only failed to find the net at Juventus during that spell.
Goals to flow at El Sadar
Bet 3: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Osasuna v Sevilla @ 1/1 - KO 20:00 GMT
It's all about the goals in La Liga this evening, as I fancy at least three of them when Osasuna take on Sevilla.
Jagoba Arrasate's men have scored 21 and conceded 17 in their 15 games to date, which gives their matches an average of 2.53 goals each time.
While only seven of their 15 have seen Over 2.5 backers collect, four of those have come from their last four at home.
Sevilla are in good form, and their results have helped them up to third in the league - just four points behind Real Madrid and Barcelona.
They haven't been blowing up the goal charts, but three of their last five on their travels have had at least three goals.
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