There are a number of big games taking place across Europe on Friday evening, with key top-flight matches in Italy, Spain, Germany and France.
We have suggested a 23/1 four-fold across those leagues, starting with a top-versus-fourth battle in Serie A as Napoli and Lazio go head-to-head and all four fixtures are available as part of our European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights.
Our European four-fold selections are priced up at 20/1:
Napoli to win to nil @ 13/8
Borussia Dortmund to win @ 5/4
Real Sociedad to win @ 1/2
Nice to win to nil at 13/8
Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.
|What||Napoli v Lazio|
|Where||Stadio Diego Armando Maradona, Naples|
|When||19:45, Friday 3rd March|
|How to watch||European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights & BT Sport 2|
|Odds||Napoli 3/5, Draw 3/1, Lazio 9/2|
It is 33 years since Napoli last won the Italian title, but Luciano Spalletti’s men could have top spot sealed in double quick time this season, with the Gli Azzurri currently 18 points clear.
A big test of their title credentials comes on Friday evening when Lazio are the visitors to the Stadio Diego Armando Maradona.
The hosts have won their last eight Serie A matches and you have to go back to April 10, 2022 for the last time they lost on home soil.
Lazio also go into the game in good form, with the Rome giants unbeaten in their last four - with one draw and three victories - keeping clean sheets in all four matches.
Napoli, though, have conceded just one goal in their last seven games and can be backed at 13/8 to win to nil on Friday evening.
|What||Borussia Dortmund v RB Leipzig|
|Where||Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund|
|When||19:30, Friday 3rd March|
|How to watch||European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights & Sky Sports Red Button|
|Odds||Borussia Dortmund 5/4, Draw 13/5, RB Leipzig 21/10|
Two of the top four teams in Germany meet on Friday evening, as Borussia Dortmund play host to RB Leipzig.
The home side have won their last nine games in all competitions, a run which has helped them move level on points with Bayern Munich at the top of the Bundesliga.
Leipzig have also got their sights set on a title challenge, with Marco Rose’s men suffering just one defeat in their last 15 league matches and coming into this game unbeaten in their last seven away games.
The visitors have had the better of recent head-to-head meetings, winning the last three including a 4-1 victory at Dortmund last season.
This is a much-improved Dortmund team though, with the best record in Europe since the turn of the year and they are 5/4 to win.
Julian Brandt is a player who has been in red-hot form, scoring four in four in the Bundesliga and the midfielder can be backed at 5/1 to score at anytime on Friday.
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|What||Real Sociedad v Cadiz|
|Where||Anoeta Stadium, San Sebastian|
|When||20:00, Friday 3rd March|
|How to watch||European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights & La Liga TV|
|Odds||Real Sociedad 1/2, Draw 3/1, Cadiz 13/2|
Real Sociedad remain third in La Liga despite winning just one of their last five league games, as they prepare to face Cadiz on Friday.
The hosts went down 1-0 at struggling Valencia last time out and their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League are hanging in the balance, although they are 1/2 to take all three points on Friday.
Sociedad’s shining star this term has been Alexander Sorloth, with the Norwegian having racked up nine goals in 19 appearances.
Sorloth scored the opening goal in this fixture last season and is 10/3 to score first on Friday.
Cadiz are just two points outside the relegation zone, but have shown some decent form in recent weeks with three wins in their last five La Liga games.
The visitors, who are still missing experienced striker Alvaro Negredo through injury, have lost their last three games on the road.
|What||Nice v Auxerre|
|Where||Allianz Riviera, Nice|
|When||20:00, Friday 3rd March|
|How to watch||European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights & BT Sport 3|
|Odds||Nice 3/5, Draw 11/4, Auxerre 5/1|
Unbeaten in eight games since the World Cup break, Nice are up to seventh and have European qualification in their sights ahead of Friday’s clash with Auxerre.
The hosts’ recent success has been built around a solid backline, with caretaker boss Didier Digard leading them well since the departure of Lucien Favre.
Nice have kept clean sheets in six of their last seven games and a win to nil on Friday evening can be backed at 13/8.
Auxerre find themselves just outside the relegation zone on goal difference, but their recent form suggests they can stay up.
Christophe Pelissier’s men have drawn two and won two of their last four league games, although they have only won twice on the road this season.