FOR weeks punters' full focus was on Belarus but now we're almost spoiled for choice.
Germany have been playing for four weeks and they were joined in midweek by Portugal although with Porto and Benfica failing to win it wasn't a good start.
Looking at Sunday's coupon you also have top-flight matches Greece, Austria, Denmark, Poland, Czech Rep, Croatia, Serbia … and of course Belarus.
None of these leagues are as high-profile as England, Spain and Italy but all of those countries are set to restart this month as we go from a famine to a feast of football.
Let's start in Germany where there is three matches – Werder Bremen v Wolfsburg, Union Berlin v Schalke and Augsburg v Cologne.
Werder are in relegation trouble and suffered a horror 3-0 defeat at home to Eintracht in midweek.
They face a Wolfsburg side who play better on the road with four wins and a draw in their last five away and 15 goals.
That's bad news for Bremen and I'm backing Wolfsburg at 21-10 with Unibet.
David Wagner is under pressure at Schalke after they restarted with four successive defeats and just one goal.
His side head to Union Berlin and while no fans could have an effect the capital club have picked up 20 of their 31 points at home.
Berlin are without a win in seven but will fancy their chances here and are 11-8 at bet365.
Moving away form Germany and in the Czech Republic the top two meet as Slavia Prague entertain Viktoria Plzen.
Both teams are in good form with Slavia on a three-game winning streak and Plzen on a run of seven wins in a row.
It's tough to pick a winner but both teams should score at 4-5 with William Hill.
In Poland Legia Warsaw maintained their eight-point lead at the top with a 1-0 win at Lech Poznan.
They travel to face a Wisla Krakow side hammered 4-0 by champs Piast Gliwice at the weekend and crushed 7-0 by Legia back in October.
Just to win Legia are 4-6 with betfair and that's fine on a treble.
Elsewhere other sides to consider are Danish leaders Copenhagen at home to Randers and Austrian leaders Red Bull Salzburg at Hartberg.
Red Bull returned to action by beating Lustenau 5-0 last week to win the Austrian Cup and are just 1-5. If you're doing an acca consider Salzburg -1 at 3-5 with Betway.