Paul Robinson rounded off the weekend with a 6/1 Daily Acca win and this new week begins with a 9/1 shot that starts at Loftus Road. Here are his selections:
The Acca pays approximately 9/1
Entertaining QPR to serve up another goal-fest
Bet 1: Back Over 2.5 Goals in QPR v Brentford @ 8/11 - KO 19:45 BST
It has been raining goals in QPR matches this season, as 10 of their 13 outings have seen Over 2.5 backers collect - four of which have come from their four most recent matches.
In their seven appearances at Loftus Road this term, only two have failed to yield at least three goals, with the two that missed out only doing so by a single strike.
The ball has been going in the net at both ends, which is usually a good thing for Overs, and with the Bees having scored three at both Barnsley and Swansea lately, this should be a pretty safe bet.
Le Havre to get back on the winning trail
Bet 2: Back Le Havre @ 6/5 - KO 19:45 BST
Le Havre haven't won any of their last five Ligue Two games, so it's probably a bit of a surprise that I am tipping them for an away win this evening.
Only two of those five were defeats though, and they returned to form with a 2-2 draw against league leaders, Lorient. They came from 2-0 down that day, so I am hoping that they will pick up where they left off tonight.
Opponents, Valenciennes, are on a winless run of their own. They too have gone five without a victory, and they were beaten in their last home game - a 2-0 loss to Grenoble Foot 38.
The visitors have won three of their six on the road this term - losing just once - and they scored at least twice in five of the six.
Oppose the favourites in Portugal
Bet 3: Back Santa Clara & Draw @ 7/4 - KO 20:15 BST
In the Portuguese Primeira Liga tonight, Sporting Braga, are heavily odds-on to beat Santa Clara, but there are reasons to oppose them.
Braga have been busy with Europa League action, so although they have been in good form, they have played plenty of games already this season - including last Thursday.
It's also worth noting that they have won just one of their three at home in the league this year - including a draw with mid-table, Maritimo, last time.
Santa Clara are actually higher in the table - ninth versus 12th - and in their last six league matches, only Porto have beaten them. That was an away game, and in their other two on the road, they beat Pacos de Ferreira and drew with Tondela.
Daily Acca 2019/20 P/L