It's an 11/1 Daily Acca for Paul Robinson today as he takes in fixtures from France, Spain and Italy. Here are his selections:
Class to tell in French Cup
Bet 1: Back Bordeaux @ 7/10 - KO 19:55 GMT
This fixture between Pau and Bordeaux kicks off the last 32 of the French Cup and while they have hardly been great on the road this season, I have to believe that the visitors will be able to beat a National 1 League side.
The hosts are fourth in the third tier of French football, but they haven't beaten anyone of note to get this far, in fact, all three of their opponents come from leagues below them - and they even needed penalties to progress from the previous round.
Bordeaux have gone six without a win on their travels - four of which were defeats - but Paulo Sousa's men were facing a much better calibre of team, and they started their Ligue One campaign with three away wins out of four.
Real Oviedo to keep their away scoring run going
Bet 2: Back Almeria & BTTS @ 16/5 - KO 20:00 GMT
Almeria are second in the Spanish Segunda Division, and they have lost just three of their 22 fixtures this term - fewer than any other club in the same league.
One of those defeats actually came in their most recent outing on home soil, so they will certainly be aiming to make amends here. Prior to that it had been five wins out of nine on this ground - three of which saw their opponent score.
Real Oviedo are down in 17th place, and they come into the game without a win in four in all competitions - two defeats and two draws. They have been fairly inconsistent on their travels in the league this year - winning three times, but losing on seven occasions. They have had just the one draw. Interestingly though, they are yet to fail to find the net.
Roma to bring goals to Parma
Bet 3: Back Over 2.5 Goals in Parma v Roma @ 8/11 - KO 20:15 GMT
This is a last 16 Coppa Italia tie and I am backing goals when Roma travel to Parma.
Paulo Fonseca's side could do with a result following home defeats to Torino and Juventus in Serie A. Both of those games were at home, so they might actually enjoy being away from the pressure of Stadio Olimpico.
They have racked up 10 goals across their last four away games in all competitions, and they will definitely be keen to score more and progress in the only competition they have a realistic chance of winning this season.
Parma beat Lecce on Monday, but the week prior they were thumped 5-0 by Atalanta. As far as the goals go, they are actually on a run of five straight matches to go under 2.5 at home, but prior to that they had 3-2 and 5-1 wins.