The Daily Acca: PSG to move one step closer to glory

Tuesday's edition of the Daily Acca is a 10/1 treble that features the Champions League semi-final between RB Leipzig and PSG. Here are Paul Robinson's selections:

Goals to flow in Sligo

Bet 1: Back BTTS in Sligo v Waterford @ 9/10 - KO 17:45 BST

The hosts saw their two match winning run come to an end at Cork last time out, as they suffered a disappointing 3-0 defeat. Prior to that they had beaten both Derry and Shelbourne, which was a welcome tonic having lost their opening four games of the campaign.

Today they welcome Waterford to the Showgrounds, with the visitors having gone three without a win in all competitions - two draws in the league and a defeat at Dundalk in the FA Cup.

I am focusing on the goal aspects of this match this afternoon, with Sligo having conceded six times in three home games to date this term - failing to keep a clean sheet in any. They have scored four of their own though, and with Waterford having netted in all three of their road outings, I have to back goals at both ends.

French champions to book their place in the final

Bet 2: Back PSG & BTTS 2/1 - KO 20:00 BST

We should be in for a fantastic clash in Lisbon tonight, and I can see PSG coming off the better in an entertaining affair.

Leipzig surprised many by knocking out Atletico Madrid in the quarter-finals, as they managed to put some in-different post lockdown league form behind them.

I was against PSG in their last eight tie with Atalanta, but they displayed great heart for once in this competition, coming from behind to win 2-1 with a pair of very late goals.

There was a concern that the French clubs would struggle given that their domestic league didn't return once the restrictions were lifted, but that hasn't been the case at all, and I can see Thomas Tuchel's men going all the way. They should have too much firepower for their German counterparts this evening.

Avai to win again at home

Bet 3: Back Avai @ 19/20 - KO 23:15 BST

Our final selection comes from Brazil, as Avai look like a solid bet to record their second home win of the new campaign.

The hosts were relegated from the top flight last term, but they opened up with a 3-1 victory over Nautico, and while they were then beaten 1-0 at Parana last week, their conquerors have made a flying start to their season.

Botafogo SP finished mid-table in this division last year, and they have already lost two out of three games this season. Their sole victory was a home win against a newly promoted club, and their away record in the second half of the last campaign was pretty poor.

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