Bet 1: Back BTTS in Denmark v Poland @ 8/11 - KO 19:45 BST
This is a Group E Qualifier between Denmark who are third and Poland who are six points clear at the top.
The Poles have played six, won five and drawn one. They have scored 15 goals thus far, but with seven conceded at the other end, only two of the other half dozen teams have a worse defensive record.
Denmark are level on points with Montenegro and it appears likely that those two will be fighting it out for the runners-up spot and a possible Play-off place.
Åge Hareide's hosts won 3-1 at Kazakhstan when they were last in action and prior to that they drew 1-1 with Germany in a friendly. Both teams to score has landed in four of their last five outings and the same can be said for eight of Poland's last nine.

Bet 2: Back BTTS in Czech Republic v Germany @ 1/1 - KO 19:45 BST
To Group C now for another both teams to score bet as I feel that it is overpriced at even money for the fixture between Czech Republic and Germany.
The Germans are top of the group having taken maximum points from their six matches to date. They have netted a whopping 27 goals during that period and conceded just one at the other end.
That kind of stat would make you think that both teams to score isn't too likely this evening, but this is arguably Germany's trickiest game to date and away from qualifying, they haven't been keeping too many clean sheets.
The Czechs are in desperate need of points if they are to challenge Northern Ireland for second place and they have to throw a bit of caution to the wind this evening. That should lead to an attacking game with plenty of goals.

Bet 3: Back Under 3.5 Goals in Malta v England @ 4/5 - KO 19:45 BST
Into Group F now for Malta versus England and while the markets are predicting a comfortable away win, I'm not convinced that it will be by a wide margin.
It is very rare that England score more than three goals in a game, even against so called minnows. The reverse fixture at Wembley only finished 2-0 and they only beat San Marino 5-0 when they faced them in 2014.
England's main goalscoring hope, Harry Kane, is yet to open his Premier League account this term and Malta have conceded more than three on just two occasions since October 2013.
Gareth Southgate's men will be sent out to do a professional job and get the three points, but there will certainly be no instruction to try and rack up a huge score.

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Back BTTS in Denmark v Poland @ 8/11
Back BTTS in Czech Republic v Germany @ 1/1
Back Under 3.5 Goals in Malta v England @ 4/5

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