Cyprus 1.06 v San Marino 70.00; The Draw 19.50 Thursday 21 March, 17:00 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
Inevitable San Marino defeat will be narrow
It's unsurprising to see Cyprus as such short priced favourites considering that San Marino come into this match off the back of a run of 27 straight defeats.
Finding value in backing a Cyprus win is near impossible, so look towards the over/under 3.5 goals market, where you can find odds of 2.00 for there to be less than four goals. This has been the case in each of San Marino's last five games and in the last eight of Cyprus' fixtures.
Belgium will claim opening win
Belgium1.36 v Russia 10.50; The Draw 5.80 Thursday 21 March, 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Mix
Belgium and Russia are the favourites to win automatic qualification from Group I and should both succeed.
The Belgians finished third in the World Cup and were on a six match unbeaten run (W5 D1) until they were surprising thrashed 5-2 by Switzerland in the Nations League. Back them to get back to winning ways and for both teams to score at 3.00.
Kramaric will strike again
Croatia 1.13 v Azerbaijan 34.00; The Draw 11.00 Thursday 21 March, 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
It's been a strange time for Croatia since losing in the World Cup. They were demolished 6-0 by Spain, beat them in reverse fixture and were minutes away from making the Nations League finals against England, before losing and being relegated from League A.
If there's been a positive for Croatia since the World Cup, it's the way that Andrej Kramaric has stepped into the boots of the retired Mario Mandzukic. The Hoffenheim striker has scored in his last two internationals and is 2.10 to add to his tally.
Clean sheet for hosts
Macedonia1.42 v Latvia 10.00; The Draw 4.80 Thursday 21 March, 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
Macedonia are on a hot run of form. They won promotion to League C of the Nations Leaguelast year and have only lost one of their last thirteen games (W8 D4).
In contrast, Latvia have only won one of their last fourteen (D6 L7). Macedonia are 1.95 to win to nil.
Another win for Dutch
Holland1.14 v Belarus 26.00; The Draw 10.50 Thursday 21 March, 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
Holland caused a shock in the Nations League when they made the finals ahead of Franceand Germany. Now they have the chance to again finish above Germany in Group C of the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
A then struggling Dutch side beat Belarus 3-1 when they last met in 2017 and you can back another Holland victory and over 2.5 goals, at odds of 1.60.
Visitors will continue scoring streak
Israel2.38 v Slovenia 3.50; The Draw 3.40 Thursday 21 March, 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
These sides were both in League C of the Nations League, but while Israel performed well and remain there (W2 D0 L2), Slovenia were relegated without winning a game (D3 L3).
Despite not claiming a single victory, Slovenia did at least score in five of their six Nations League matches. Back both teams to score at 2.06.
Leaky Slovakia will concede
Slovakia1.78 v Hungary`5.40; The Draw 3.80 Thursday 21 March, 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
Slovakia and Hungary are both contenders to claim one of the automatic qualification spots in Group E.
The hosts are favoured, but had a tough time in the Nations League, where they were relegated from League B. Slovakia have conceded in nine of their last ten matches and this is another game where both teams to score should land, at odds of 2.30.
Back under 3.5 goals between Cyprus and San Marino at 2.00
Back Belgium to beat Russia and both teams to score at 3.00
Back Kramaric to score for Croatia against Azerbaijan at 2.10
Back Macedonia to beat Latvia to nil at 1.95
Back Holland to beat Belarus and over 2.5 goals at 1.60
Back both Israel and Slovenia to both score at 2.06