The week begins with English, Scottish and Italian action for Paul Robinson and his Daily Acca combines to pay around the 6/1 mark. Here are his selections:
The Acca pays approximately 6/1
Forest Green to overturn their first leg defeat
Bet 1: Back Forest Green Rovers @ 23/20 - KO 19:45 BST
This is the second leg of the League Two play-off semi between Forest Green and Tranmere, and while the visitors hold a 1-0 lead following the first match at Prenton Park, I expect the hosts to get the victory this evening.
Mark Cooper's side finished the season in fifth place, and although they have now gone three games without a win, prior to that they have recorded four straight victories. It's also worth noting that they did the double over Tranmere during the regular season.
The visitors meanwhile ended a run of four without a win in the first leg on Friday, but they were massively aided by an early red card to Forest Green. They have scored just one goal across their last four away games, and I can't see them making a sudden improvement here.
Goals at the bottom end of the SPL
Bet 2: Back BTTS in St Mirren v Hamilton @ 9/10 - KO 19:45 BST
St Mirren need to win this game if they have any hope of avoiding a relegation play-off. They can't finish bottom, but a defeat or even a draw here would confirm their place in the dreaded play-off.
Hamilton meanwhile need to avoid defeat at all costs, as they are the team above the Saints, so a draw would do them just fine.
Clearly then, Brian Rice will likely set his side up to keep it tight, but they often concede a fair number of goals on the road, and I don't hold much hope of them keeping a clean sheet.
This is do or die stuff for St Mirren, and I fully expect plenty of chances at both ends - which hopefully leads to goals.
Inter to solidify their Champions League place
Bet 3: Back Inter to win to nil Goal @ 8/11 - KO 20:00 BST
Inter can move into third place with a win over Chievo tonight, but more importantly than that, they will increase their advantage over AC in fifth to four points.
Luciano Spalletti will be desperate to qualify for the Champions League next year, and given that this is a home match against the league's bottom club, I very much doubt that they will make any mistake.
Chievo were already relegated a long while ago, and they have lost four of their last six on the road - all of which were to nil.
Daily Acca 2018/19 P/L