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Friday's European Accumulator: Stuttgart can drag Augsburg into relegation scrap

An action-packed few days of European football begins on Friday with a number of highly important fixtures taking place across the leading leagues.

We have selected a four-fold which pays out at around 12/1, with all of the action available as part of our European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights.

Friday four-fold acca

Stuttgart to beat Augsburg @ 23/20
Verona v Bologna - Draw @ 2/1
Paris Saint-Germain to beat Angers @ 1/4
Draw or Cadiz v Espanyol @ 8/11

Four-fold pays out at 12/1

Watch all of the action live at bet365. Odds correct at time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.

Stuttgart can close the gap

WhatAugsburg v VfB Stuttgart
WhereWWK Arena, Augsburg
When19:30, Friday 21st April 2023
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, Sky Sports Football
OddsAugsburg 21/10, Draw 11/4, VfB Stuttgart 23/20

Both Augsburg and Stuttgart have work to do if they want to preserve their top-flight status in the Bundesliga and Friday's match should be a cracker.

Augsburg are five points ahead of Friday's opponents, but have lost two in a row, while Stuttgart are unbeaten in three in all competitions.

Last weekend's 3-3 draw against Borussia Dortmund will have given Stuttgart a huge lift and they have yet to lose under new boss Sebastian Hoeness.

Momentum is crucial at this stage of the season and Stuttgart are fancied to come out on top.

Die Roten are 2/1 to be relegated, while those who expect Augsburg to implode can back them to go down at 5/1.

Verona can improve survival chances

WhatHellas Verona v Bologna
WhereStadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi, Verona
When19:45, Friday 21st April 2023
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, BT Sport 3
OddsVerona 9/5, Draw 2/1, Bologna 7/4

Relegation-threatened Verona host Bologna on Friday evening and they are desperate for a win with just over a month left of the Serie A season.

Verona are three points from safety in 18th, while Bologna still have a chance of sneaking into the top six after an incredible campaign.

With both sides fighting their own battles, there should be no signs of an easy victory for either side, and we expect the two teams to cancel each other out at 2/1.

At first glance, Bologna look the team to back, with I Rossoblu losing none of their last five in Serie A.

However, Verona are tough to beat at home and only Fiorentina have got the better of them in their previous seven on their own patch.

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PSG to move one step closer to Ligue 1 title

WhatAngers v Paris Saint-Germain
WhereStade Raymond-Kopa, Angers
When20:00, Friday 21st April 2023
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, BT Sport 2
OddsAngers 10/1, Draw 5/1, PSG 1/4

French champions PSG should be able to make it three wins on the spin in Ligue 1 this Friday when they take on strugglers Angers.

PSG are now eight points clear of second-placed Marseille after their victory over Lens last week, while Angers have only secured 14 points all season.

As a result, they are now 17 points from safety and it is more of a case of when they are relegated rather than if.

Angers have only won once since the turn of the year in Ligue 1, while PSG have won four in five on their travels in the league - beating Montpellier, Marseille, Brest and Nice.

PSG have won 15 games in a row against Friday's hosts and they should have no problem overcoming them once again.

They have won the last two meetings without conceding and are 6/5 to repeat that on Friday.

Close battle expected between strugglers

WhatEspanyol v Cadiz
WhereRCDE Stadium, Cornella de Llobregat
When20:00, Friday 21st April 2023
How to watchEuropean Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, LaLigaTV & Viaplay Xtra
OddsEspanyol 21/20, Draw 12/5, Cadiz 14/5

After poor campaigns, both Espanyol and Cadiz are worried about relegation at this stage of the La Liga season.

Espanyol are in the bottom three after only winning six games this season and they are three points from safety unless their goal difference worsens.

Cadiz are only four points ahead of them, so they will need to pick up a positive result to try and move one step closer to safety.

Espanyol will be low on confidence after six defeats on the spin, while opponents Cadiz are unbeaten in three on their travels in the league.

Espanyol are now 8/13 to be relegated and they will struggle to beat Cadiz, who should leave with at least a share of the spoils, with the Double Chance available at 8/11.

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