Sunday sees a whole ton more International football matches, with some teams still hopeful of making the final qualification places in their groups.
Others have little to play for but pride in their shirt after disappointing campaigns.
We’re again seeking value in the markets and we’ve found a treble for you to have a look at.
Serbia v Ukraine: Both Teams to Score – 8/11
Serbia face an already qualified Ukraine in Group B knowing that only a win will give them a chance of qualifying for next year’s Euro 2020 tournament. They’ll also be out for revenge as the Ukranians humiliated them 5-0 when the teams met in Lviv back in June.
The Serbians need Luxembourg to do them a favour when they take on Portugal, if Portugal draw or lose the match, Serbia can qualify with a win here. They’re a strong team at home, having lost just one of their last six in all competitions, scoring 16 goals and conceding nine.
Ukraine manager Andriy Shevchenko will play a rotated side here with some fringe players being given a chance to make a case for themselves. Ukraine won two of their three away matches in the campaign, scoring five and conceding one.
With Serbia desperate for the win they’re going to go all out for the three points; they have to, Ukraine are a good side and their rotated starting XI will want to give manager Shevchenko something to think about. Both Teams to Score is currently at 8/11, good odds for teams with good goalscoring records.
Bulgaria v Czech Republic: Czech to Win – 5/6
Bulgaria sit bottom of Group A on three points thanks to three draws. They’ve been awful in this campaign and they probably just want it to end as soon as possible. Over their seven matches, they’ve only scored five goals and have conceded 17.
The Czechs, on the other hand, have been quite impressive, many gave them little hope of qualifying with England and Kosovo in the group, but they’ve done it thanks to manager Jaroslav Silhavy drafting in players who had impressed at the recent Under 21 tournaments in Italy earlier this year and in Poland two years ago.
They won five of their seven qualifying matches, scoring 13. The momentum is with the Czechs here and with this being played in an empty stadium, the Bulgarians won’t have any home advantage to leverage. We’re looking at a youthful Czech side to impress again here.
Moldova v Iceland: Iceland to Win to Nil – 13/10
Moldova sit rock bottom of Group H with just one win from their nine matches so far. They’re a pretty woeful side, scoring just three goals over those matches and conceding 24.
Iceland in another group probably would have qualified with five wins and a draw so far, however, their away form really let them down this campaign and Turkey booked their place in next year’s competition thanks to a 0-0 draw at home with the Icelanders on Thursday night.
Iceland can restore some pride here though and will be eager to do so, they’re a far better side than Moldova and with the Moldovans only scoring one goal in their last six, the value is with Iceland to win without conceding.
* All odds correct at time of posting.