It's another big evening of football in Europe's top leagues on Friday, with key fixtures taking place in Germany, Italy, Spain and France.
Our accumulator selections cover four matches across the Bundesliga, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1 and can be backed at 26/1, with all four fixtures available as part of our European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights.
Our European four-fold selections are priced up at 26/1:
Cologne to win to nil (Result/Both Teams To Score - No) @ 7/4
Spezia v Inter Milan - under 2.5 total goals @ 11/10
Cadiz to win @ 6/4
Lille to win @ 10/11
Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.
|What||Cologne v Bochum|
|When||19:30, Friday 10th March|
|How to watch||European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights|
|Odds||Cologne 8/13, Draw 14/5, Bochum 19/4|
It’s 12th versus 18th in the Friday’s lone Bundesliga clash, with eight points currently separating Cologne and bottom club Bochum.
The hosts know that a win could move them up two places in the table and they go into the fixture having lost just two of their last eight league games.
Steffen Baumgart’s men drew 0-0 at high-flying Union Berlin last weekend and have beaten Werder Bremen and Eintracht Frankfurt on home turf since the turn of the year.
Bochum may be propping up the table, but they are only in the bottom three on goal difference, with all of the bottom four currently sat on 19 points from 23 games.
The visitors, though, have lost their last four matches on the road and have failed to score in three of those four away defeats.
Cologne, who won this fixture 2-1 last season, can be backed at 7/4 to a claim win to nil in the Result/Both Teams To Score - No market.
|What||Spezia v Inter Milan|
|Where||Stadio Alberto Picco, La Spezia|
|When||19:45, Friday 10th March|
|How to watch||European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, BT Sport 2|
|Odds||Spezia 13/2, Draw 7/2, Inter Milan 4/9|
Inter Milan go into Friday’s match at Spezia having suffered just one defeat in six league games, but still find themselves 15 points behind Serie A leaders Napoli.
Simone Inzaghi has seen his men hold on to second place, but it’s starting to look like a forlorn task to chase down the men from Naples.
One concern for the Inter boss will be their away form, with the Nerazzurri failing to score in their last two matches on the road - a 1-0 defeat at Bologna and a goalless draw at bottom club Sampdoria.
Spezia head into this clash having failed to win any of their last seven Serie A encounters, a run that leaves them fourth from bottom.
There have been under 2.5 goals in two of the last four meetings between these two sides and that could be the way to go at 11/10.
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|What||Cadiz v Getafe|
|Where||Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla, Cadiz|
|When||20:00, Friday 10th March|
|How to watch||European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, Viaplay Sports 1 & La Liga TV|
|Odds||Cadiz 6/4, Draw 19/10, Getafe 9/4|
Both Cadiz and Getafe are hovering above the La Liga relegation zone heading into Friday’s match-up, with the hosts holding a one-point advantage over their opponents.
Cadiz are unbeaten in nine home matches, which includes wins in their last three games at the Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla - against Rayo Vallecano, Girona and Mallorca.
Meanwhile, Getafe have lost just one of their last five La Liga games, recording two wins and two draws during that run, although both of those victories were at home.
Their away form has been poor, with no wins in five on the road, and that’s why Cadiz are appealing at 6/4 to take all three points.
|What||Lille v Lyon|
|Where||Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Lille|
|When||20:00, Friday 10th March|
|How to watch||European Soccer Live Streaming Highlights, BT Sport 3|
|Odds||Lille 10/11, Draw 13/5, Lyon 14/5|
European hopefuls Lille are back in action on Friday evening when they entertain a Lyon team who have moved into the top half of the table after a good recent run of form.
The hosts have lost just one of their last six Ligue 1 games, with that defeat a 4-3 loss at leaders Paris Saint-Germain, and are now just six points behind third-placed Monaco.
Lille’s impressive run has been built on a solid home record, with Paulo Fonseca’s men unbeaten in 10 league matches at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy.
Canadian striker Jonathan David has 16 goals to his name and is the joint-second top scorer in the French top-flight, while Lyon will be without their leading scorer - Alexandre Lacazette - due to injury.
Lille have lost just one of the last 12 meetings between the two sides and are 10/11 to secure a victory on Friday.