Bet 1: Back The Draw in Ireland v Serbia @ 2/1 - KO 19:45 BST

It's second versus first in Group D in Dublin tonight, and with little between the two teams, the draw seems like the obvious choice.
It is a result that isn't the end of the world for either nation as Serbia will remain at the top of the group, and although the Irish would benefit greatly from the three points, a draw would keep them level with Wales - at the very worst.
Martin O'Neill's men have already drawn four of their seven qualifiers and the Serbs have drawn three of theirs. They are both undefeated, and when they met in the reverse fixture back in September 2016, the final score was 2-2.
I doubt that we will get as many goals as that today, as 0-0 and 1-1 are big players in the outcome of this match, for my money. However, whatever happens, we should get a good run for our money at the least.

Bet 2: Back BTTS in Moldova v Wales @ 13/8 - KO 19:45 BST

This is far from an obvious pick, but the odds of both teams scoring in Moldova are too big to turn down.
Gareth Bale aside, the main strength of the Welsh team in recent years has been their defence. They conceded very few goals in qualifying for the Euros and they kept clean sheets in two of their five games at the finals themselves.
Interestingly however, despite only conceding five goals in seven World Cup Qualifiers to date, both teams to score has landed on four occasions - two of which came from their three away matches.
The hosts are rock bottom of Group D, with 18 goals in the against column. They have scored just four times, including in their last two qualifiers at home.
Igor Dobrovolski's men won't roll over in front of their own fans and although they will probably lose, I quite fancy them for a goal.

Bet 3: Back Turkey and Draw @ 4/6 - KO 19:45 BST

We conclude in Group I for what should be a tight match between Turkey and Croatia.
Any one of four teams could still top this group as just five points cover the top four countries. Croatia are the current leaders having won five of their seven outings, while the Turks are in fourth with 11 points to their name.
Mircea Lucescu's side suffered a setback at the weekend as they went down 2-0 in the Ukraine. You have to go all the way back to 2014 for their last defeat on home soil though, as since then they have been pretty impressive in Turkey.
Croatia edged out Kosovo in Zagreb on Sunday, but prior to that they lost 1-0 at Iceland and they were also beaten on their travels in March - 3-0 in Estonia.
The reverse fixture finished 1-1 last year, and given Turkey's record at home, I can't believe that they are such a good price to avoid defeat tonight.

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Back The Draw in Ireland v Serbia @ 2/1
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