Dan Fitch is banking on there being goals from both teams when Russia host Belgium, as he previews Saturday's Euro 2020 qualifiers...
Goals in group decider
Russia3.75 v Belgium 2.00; The Draw 3.80 Kick off 17:00 Live on Sky Sports Premier League
Both Belgium and Russia have already qualified from Group I and this game will decide who will finish on top, with the home side needing a win to stand any chance.
With Belgium having won all eight of their qualifiers and Russia unbeaten on home soil in nine games since their defeat to Uruguay at the 2018 World Cup (W6 D3), it's best to avoid the match result markets and bank on goals being scored. Russia have scored in all their qualifying games and with having Belgium not drawn a blank in 15 matches, over 2.5 goals should deliver at 1.80.
Another hard match for San Marino
San Marino60.00 v Kazakhstan 1.08; The Draw 15.00 Kick off 17:00 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
These two sides are already eliminated, but Kazakhstan could still finish as high as third in Group I.
They should certainly claim three points against San Marino, who they beat 4-0 in the reverse fixture. You can back over 3.5 goals to land again at 2.14. There has been at least four goals scored in seven of San Marino's eight qualifiers.
Hapless Latvia are being overestimated
Slovenia1.11 v Latvia 40.00; The Draw 10.50 Kick off 17:00 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
Slovenia still have a slim chance of qualifying from Group G and should certainly do their part to keep that dream alive by beating Latvia.
The Latvians have lost all eight of their qualifying matches, which includes a 5-0 home defeat to Slovenia. That result makes the 2.88 on offer for over 3.5 goals look rather generous.
Austrian defence is tight
Austria 1.29 v North Macedonia 13.50; The Draw 6.40 Kick off 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
Like Slovenia, North Macedonia can still automatically qualify from Group G, but Austria can end both their hopes by winning this one and booking their place at Euro 2020.
After a shaky start to their qualifying campaign, Austria are unbeaten in six (W5 D1). They've kept clean sheets in four of those games and you can back them to win to nil at 2.00.
Croats can get job done early
Croatia1.46 v Slovakia 7.80; The Draw 4.90 Kick off 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
Group E remains refreshingly open, with four teams still competing for two qualification positions. Croatia are top, but could still lose that spot or even fail to qualify, if they were to be defeated by Slovakia.
That doesn't seem likely considering that they beat Slovakia 4-0 in the reverse fixture. Croatia have been leading at the break in four of their last six games and you can back them to win half-time/full-time at 2.20.
Zahavi can continue scoring streak
Israel2.94 v Poland 2.54; The Draw 3.60 Kick off 19:45 Live on Sky Sports Red Button
It's unlikely, but fifth placed Israel can still mathematically qualify from Group G if they win their two games. They will hope that Poland will be distracted having already qualified, but the visitors are likely to be fully focused on finishing top of the group.
Throughout the qualification process I have been recommending punters to back Israel's Eran Zahavi to score. He's the top scorer in the qualification process with eleven goals and yet is still available at a price as big as 3.50 to add to his tally.