Sunday's Daily Acca is a 12/1 treble that starts at Old Trafford and ends later tonight in Brazil. Here are Paul Robinson's selections:
The Acca pays approximately 12/1
Injury-hit United to have no answer against bitter-rivals
Bet 1: Back Liverpool @ 7/10 - KO 16:30 BST
Paul Pogba and David de Gea have been ruled out of this game by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and despite their inconsistency in recent times, they are still United's best two players on peak form.
United have only fallen to three defeats in eight games this season, including a 2-1 loss here to Crystal Palace. The general assumption is that they will raise their performance levels against their old enemy, but they are so are far below Liverpool that it shouldn't matter.
Jurgen Klopp's team travel to Old Trafford knowing that a victory will not only send them eight points clear at the top of the table, it will also equal Manchester City's record of 18 successive top flight wins.
Mohamed Salah had to come off against Leicester a fortnight ago, but the general feeling is that he will be fit to start, and if the Reds are anywhere near their best, they should end the day with their names in the record books.
Parma to complete a hat-trick of home wins
Bet 2: Back Parma @ 7/4 - KO 17:00 BST
Genoa finished the previous campaign with no win in 10, a run that saw them only narrowly avoid relegation. They opened up this season with a draw at Roma and a win over Fiorentina, but it's been downhill since.
Aurelio Andreazzoli's side travel to Parma having taken just one point from their last five outings, and two convincing defeats away from home.
The hosts are 10th in Serie A, largely thanks to wins in their last two outings on this ground. They beat Sassuolo and Torino, and although they only won five times at home last year, one of them was against Genoa.
Reigning champions to give up their crown
Bet 3: Back Atletico PR @ 17/10 - KO 23:00 BST
Palmeiras can't afford many more slip-ups at all if they are to retain their title as they trail leaders, Flamengo, by eight points, with just a dozen games to go.
A trip to Athletico Paranaense is hardly an ideal fixture under those circumstances, and with the hosts in decent form, tonight could be the end of their title challenge.
Tiago Nunes' hosts won 2-1 at Fluminense during the week, and they are usually strong in front of their own fans. They did lose to Flamengo on their last outing here, but it was a close game and 'Big Mengo' are on an incredible roll.
The visitors were beaten to nil at Santos on their last road trip, and it's now just two wins in nine away matches in the league.
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