Paul Robinson is focusing on the Champions League today with two thirds of his Daily Acca coming from Europe's top competition. Here are his selections:
Back QPR, Chelsea & PSG all to Win @ an Odds Boost of 17.016/1
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Rotherham to remain in deep trouble
Bet 1: Back QPR @ 13/8 - KO 19:00 BST
Rotherham have games in hand at the bottom of the Championship, but they don't look like winning too many at present - especially at the New York Stadium.
The Millers have lost five on the bounce at home, with the latest one being a 0-3 defeat to the bottom club, Wycombe.
QPR beat Sheffield Wednesday 4-1 at the weekend to record their third win from their last five games, and while they have failed to win in their last two away from Loftus Road, they won't get much of an easier opportunity to end that run today.
No worries for Chelsea in second leg
Bet 2: Back Chelsea @ 17/20 - KO 20:00 BST
Chelsea and Porto return to Seville for the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final, and it's hard to imagine anything other than more of the same.
I have been critical of Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea, but they are beginning to win me over, and they followed up the first leg 2-0 win by beating Palace 4-1 a Selhurst Park.
The Portuguese side are a good team, but they looked a level below the Blues last week, and they could leave plenty of gaps at the back as they try and chase the game.
Value to be had on PSG
Bet 3: Back PSG @ 19/10 - KO 20:00 BST
PSG and Bayern served up a classic in Germany last Wednesday, and at the prices, I am backing the French club to follow it up with another win.
Two of the best players, if not the best players, in the world play for these two teams, but while Kylian Mbappé will be running at the Bayern defence, Robert Lewandowski will be sitting at home, injured.
Bayern of course still have plenty of fantastic attacking talent, but if the hosts are anywhere near their best, I can't see the visitors being able to live with them.