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Friday's European Accumulator: Cadiz can boost survival hopes

The European football season is reaching its conclusion, but there is plenty still to play for across Germany, Italy, Spain and France.

There are four games to come from Europe's biggest leagues on Friday, with the likes of Hertha Berlin, Lazio and Lens in the spotlight. 

All of the matches from those divisions can be viewed on bet365’s European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, and we have picked out four games on Friday with the four-fold giving odds of 13/1

Friday four-fold acca:

Both teams to score - YES - Cologne v Hertha Berlin @ 4/5
Lazio to beat Lecce @ 7/10
Lens to beat Reims @ 8/15 
Draw - Mallorca v Cadiz @ 21/10

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Cologne to bring Hertha back down to earth

WhatCologne v Hertha Berlin
WhereRheinEnergieStadion, Cologne
When19:30, Friday 12th May 2023
How to watchbet365's European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights and Sky Sports App
OddsCologne 5/6, Draw 11/4, Hertha Berlin 16/5

Hertha Berlin boosted their chances of survival last week with a rare victory, but they will not have it all their own way when they travel to Cologne on Friday night. 

Hertha's 2-1 success over Stuttgart helped them move to within four points of safety, and with three games left, anything can happen at the bottom of the table. 

That victory was their first in five, but they face a Cologne side who are winless in six on home soil. 

Cologne sit comfortably in mid-table, so it is hard to say how much motivation they will have ahead of kick-off. 

Both teams to score seems the best way to go, with Cologne keeping just one clean sheet in five at home, while Hertha have scored in seven of their previous 10 on their travels.

Lazio eye second-place in Serie A

WhatLazio v Lecce
WhereStadio Olimpico, Rome
When19:45, Friday 12th May 2023
How to watchbet365's European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights and BT Sport 2
OddsLazio 7/10, Draw 13/5, Lecce 9/2

With Juventus not playing until Sunday due to their Europa League exploits, Lazio will get the chance to reclaim second place in the Serie A table when they host Lecce. 

Maurizio Sarri's side have struggled recently, losing three in four, but Friday's match should be the perfect encounter to get back on track. 

Like Lazio, Lecce have lost three in four, but their away form has been woeful of late. 

Five defeats on the spin on their travels have moved them closer to the drop zone, and they have failed to score in four of those ties. 

Lazio's home comforts should help them get back to winning ways against a Lecce side that could still be relegated.

Reims to struggle on their travels

WhatLens v Reims
WhereStade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens
When20:00, Friday 12th May 2023
How to watchbet365's European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights and BT Sport 3
OddsLens 8/15, Draw 10/3, Reims 19/4

Second-placed Lens will try to maintain their title charge on Friday night when they host mid-table Reims. 

Franck Haise's troops beat Marseille last weekend to move back into second, and they are now considered Paris Saint-Germain's main title rivals, although they are still six points behind the reigning champions. 

Much was made of Will Still's Reims side when they went on a 19-match unbeaten run in Ligue 1, but they have won only one in five now, including three defeats. 

Reims' season has still been a huge success, but their squad may be thinking about next season on Friday night. 

They have little to play for, which is not ideal as they prepare to face a Lens side who are unbeaten in six at home.

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Cadiz can boost their survival chances

WhatMallorca v Cadiz
WhereEstadi Mallorca Son Moix, Palma
When20:00, Friday 12th May 2023
How to watchbet365's European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights and Viaplay Sports 1
OddsMallorca 21/20, Draw 21/10, Cadiz 16/5

A close game is expected in Palma when Mallorca host Cadiz in La Liga on Friday evening. 

Mallorca are seven points clear of relegation with five games remaining, but Cadiz still have work to do. 

They are only one point above 18th-placed Getafe, and they must keep picking up points to ensure they have no final-day worries. 

Thankfully for Cadiz, they have only lost one in five on their travels, and they have been hard to break down on the road. 

Mallorca are unbeaten in four at home, but only one of those games ended in a victory, so both teams are likely to cancel each other out on Friday.

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