Paul Robinson kicks off the week with a 6/1 Daily Acca that starts in Iceland and ends in Brazil. Here are his selections:
The Acca pays approximately 6/1
Home advantage to prove the difference in Icelandic top flight
Bet 1: Back Fylkir @ 11/10 - KO 20:15 BST
We begin in the Urvalsdeild which is the top division in Iceland.
Fylkir are second from bottom of the 12 team league, but they have got 11 points, which is only three behind sixth - and they have at least one game in hand over all bar one of the sides above them.
The other key factor to consider is that of their 10 outings to date, only three of them have been at home - and they have won all three of them. Victories over KA, IBV and Keflavik highlights their dominance in front of their own fans, and they are undefeated in the cup competitions too.
The visitors today are Víkingur Reykjavík and they are in ninth place having taken a dozen points from their 10 fixtures. They did win last time out on their travels, but prior to that it had been two defeats and two draws away from home.
Coritiba's recent away trend to continue
Bet 2: Back BTTS in Guarani v Coritiba @ 10/11 - KO 22:00 BST
There aren't usually too many goals in Brazil's Serie B, but this is a game where I think that there is a good chance of both teams scoring.
The visitors have the best stats in that regard as away from home they have played seven times this season and five of them would have seen this selection land. They also have the added carrot of moving into second if they go for the win tonight.
Guarani ended a run of four consecutive draws last time out with a 1-0 victory at Oeste. It was their third game in a row that they found the net in and they have fired just one blank in seven on this ground this year. It's also worth noting that they have conceded in two of their last three at home.
Oeste to avoid defeat on their travels
Bet 3: Back Oeste and Draw @ 8/11 - KO 00:30 (Tues) BST
Our final selection is another Brazilian second tier affair and I am backing Oeste to earn a positive result at Figueirense.
The hosts may well be sixth in the league, but they have taken just two points from a possible nine of late and their record at home this season doesn't make great reading.
'The Fig Tree' have won just three of seven on their own patch and two of those were in their first two games. Since then it's three defeats in five and they were beaten by Ponte Preta when they were last in action here.
Oeste are 11th in the table, but the difference in points is only four. They did lose last time out, but prior to that it was back to back wins and a draw. Their form away from home isn't too bad either as they have avoided defeat in four of their seven on the road.
2018/19 P/L (1pt each bet)