Tonight sees a host of Euro 2016 contenders take the field in non-competitive action as they look to fine tune their plans ahead of the summer.
The headline fixture sees France tackle the Netherlands in Amsterdam, but there are plenty more blockbuster battles taking place across the continent.
We’ve singled out four of them, picked the winners and melded them into a fourfold accumulator that pays out a fraction short of 21/1, with Les Bleus taking the laurels the lead off outcome.
France to beat the Netherlands @ 11/10
Through hosting Euro 2016, Didier Deschamps’ side have become seasoned friendly players and, given their wealth of resources, they’ve unsurprisingly grown quite good at them.
Prior to a shock loss against Albania last June, they beat five consecutive foes (a quintet of teams that featured the likes of Denmark, Portugal and Germany) conceding just twice in the process, until they lost to England at Wembley in their most recent outing.
The Netherlands have been enduring a far tougher time of it, losing four of their last seven, with their only victories in this run coming against Latvia, Kazakhstan and Wales.
Luxembourg double chance v Bosnia & Herzegovina @ 39/20
This may sound crazy, but despite their minnow status, the underdogs have amazingly avoided defeat in four of their last seven non-competitive clashes.
Having mustered a 1-1 draw against Italy, they’re capable of getting the same result at least against an inconsistent Bosnia team who have recent losses to Israel and Cyprus on their CV.
Switzerland to beat the Republic of Ireland @ 17/10
Ireland don’t win many friendlies; since June 2013, they’ve overcome only Latvia, Oman and the USA.
The Swiss have won six of eight across all competitions and four of their last seven non-competitive games.
Portugal to beat Bulgaria @ 3/10
As a rule, it would appear, Cristiano Ronaldo and co don’t draw games.
Of their last 13, they’ve prevailed ten times and are destined for more glory against the hapless Bulgarians, who have beaten only Malta and Azerbaijan since September 2014.