The Daily Acca: A Cup treble

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It's fixtures from Holland, Spain and Colombia for Paul Robinson tonight and the treble pays around the 7/2 mark.

- Back BTTS in Willem II v AZ @ 4/7
- Back Valencia @ 8/11
- Back Atletico Nacional @ 4/7

The Acca pays approximately 7/2

Goals at both ends in Dutch semi

Bet 1: Back BTTS in Willem II v AZ @ 4/7 - KO 19:45 GMT

This is a semi-final of the Dutch Cup, with the winner set to face Ajax in the final in May.

Despite being the away side, AZ, are the warm favourites to win this game, and when you look at the league positions, it's not hard to see why.

My selection for this game though is both teams to score. It would have landed in four of Willem's last seven on this ground, while the visitors have found the net in each of their last eight on the road.

It's also worth noting that they met here in the league on Sunday, and the final score was 2-1 to the hosts.

Valencia to reign in Spain

Bet 2: Back Valencia @ 8/11 - KO 20:00 GMT

The Spanish cup is also at the semi-final stage, as Valencia and Real Betis battle it out to take on Barcelona in the final in May.

The format in the Copa del Rey is two legged ties, and the first between these two finished 2-2 in Seville.

Valencia have strong home form though, and they haven't lost a game in front of their own fans since the beginning of November. Since that loss to Girona, it's been nine wins and four draws on this ground, and they haven't lost a match of any description since January 22nd.

Betis meanwhile have won just one of their last six in all competitions, and away from home it's just one win in seven. They will likely put up a decent fight this evening, but I expect them to come up short.

Colombians to get the job done in the Libertadores

Bet 3: Back Atletico Nacional @ 4/7 - KO 00:30 GMT (Fri)

We finish in the Copa Libertadores, as Atletico Nacional should be too strong for Libertad, and likely book their place in the group stage.

The Paraguayans won the first leg by a goal to nil, so they could still qualify even if they lose tonight. They don't have a great record away from home in this competition, but they will obviously just set-up for the 0-0.

The Colombian hosts have plenty of class though, and while they aren't in the best of form, they have been here before and have an incredibly strong home record in continental competition.

Daily Acca 2018/19 P/L

Wagered: 222pts
Returned: 146.67pts
P/L: -75.33pts

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