It'a all about the Euro 2020 Qualifiers for Paul Robinson today, and his Daily Acca weighs in at the 5/1 mark. Here are his selections:
Kosovo to show no fear
Bet 1: Back BTTS in Czech Republic v Kosovo @ 4/5 - KO 19:45 GMT
This fixture in Plzen is pivotal when it comes to which team will finish as runners-up to England in Group A (assuming England don't blow it).
The hosts have the advantage as not only are they a point ahead, they are at home, and they have a much easier final match than Kosovo.
That being said, the Kosovans won the reverse fixture back in September, and their only defeat in the last two years came against England - and they only went down by a 5-3 scoreline.
This is all about goals for me, and I am surprised that both teams to score isn't shorter in the betting. In their three away matches in qualifying, the visitors have scored in every game, and they have conceded in each too.
The Czechs have seen two of their three at home see this selection land, and their recent friendly against Northern Ireland also had goals at both ends.
Sterling to prove to be a big miss
Bet 2: Back Under 3.5 Goals in England v Montenegro @ 9/10 - KO 19:45 GMT
All the talk in the lead-up to this match has been about the bust-up between Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez, and the subsequent dropping of the Manchester City forward.
That has big impact on my selection for this game, as Sterling is England's best attacker - and probably the best player.
Gareth Southgate's men have racked up plenty of goals in their half dozen Group A fixtures - 26 to be precise - but Sterling got eight of them, and the out-of-form, Harry Kane, also has eight to his name.
I am not suggesting that the Three Lions won't win this match - they absolutely will - but I can't see this being a cricket score against Montenegro.
Moldova to keep it respectful
Bet 3: Back Under 4.5 Goals in France v Moldova @ 3/4 - KO 19:45 GMT
The World Champions are expected to give Moldova a good hiding in Paris this evening, but I am not convinced that there will be more than four goals.
Engin Fırat's visitors are on a losing run of five matches, and they have actually lost eight of their last nine. They didn't concede more than four goals in any of those outings though, and they scored just three of their own during that entire period.
The French haven't netted more than four times in any match since a 5-0 success against Paraguay, way back in June 2017.
Olivier Giroud isn't getting a game for Chelsea, and Antoine Griezmann has just one goal in his last 11 fixtures for club and country.