Gibraltar to beat San Marino (14:00)
Gibraltar come into this having won back-to-back competitive games.
They won the reverse fixture 1-0 in September and also beat Liechtenstein by the same scoreline in their last away game in the Nations League.
San Marino have lost 41 and drawn one of their last 42 games.
Peterborough to beat Crewe (15:00)
Peterborough are top of League One following a run of seven victories and a draw from their last eight league games.
Posh have won five straight away games in all competitions.
Crewe have lost four of their last five matches in all competitions, with their only victory in that run coming against League Two Bolton in the FA Cup last week.
Forest Green to beat Mansfield (15:00)
Third-placed Forest Green have won five of their last seven league games and look a great price to notch another victory here.
Mark Cooper’s side have won three straight league games at the New Lawn and are yet to lose at home this season.
Struggling Mansfield are still without a league win after 11 attempts.
Oldham to beat Scunthorpe (15:00)
Oldham have endured a tough start to the season, but come into this on the back of three straight victories in all competitions.
Their last league win came over promotion-chasing Cheltenham last week and they have won two out of three in League Two.
Second-bottom Scunthorpe have lost eight matches on the spin in all competitions.
Portugal to beat France (19:45)
Portugal spanked Andorra 7-0 in a friendly on Wednesday, meaning they have won six and drawn two of their last eight matches.
Fernando Santos’ side drew 0-0 on the road in the reverse fixture but, having won seven of their last eight home games, look a decent price to take three points from out-of-form opposition.
France lost 2-0 at home to Finland in a friendly in midweek and have won one of their last three overall.
San Marino not to score v Gibraltar (14:00)
San Marino have scored in just one of their last 23 matches, so a price close to evens for them not to find the net here looks very attractive.
That sequence is even worse when only taking into account home games – one goal in 24 outings.
Gibraltar won this reverse fixture 1-0 and beat Liechtenstein 1-0 in their last away match.
Germany v Ukraine (19:45)
BTTS has landed in all of Germany’s last five competitive matches.
Joachim Low’s side have conceded at home to Northern Ireland, Turkey and Switzerland on that run, drawing 3-3 with the Swiss last month.
Ukraine scored in a 7-1 defeat at France in October, and lost the reverse fixture against Germany 2-1.
Sweden v Croatia (19:45)
BTTS has landed in Croatia’s last eight matches, including a 3-3 draw at Turkey in their last away game.
Zlatko Dalic’s side beat Sweden 2-1 in the reverse fixture and lost 2-1 to France in their last competitive outing.
The Swedes have only failed to score against Portugal and France in their last 12 home games.
Crawley to win or draw v Harrogate & under 4.5 goals (15:00)
Crawley have lost three of their last five away games, but they were all tight games against top-half teams in League Two.
They beat Oldham 3-2 earlier in the campaign, their only game against bottom-half opposition on the road, and have lost just two of their last eight overall in all competitions.
Harrogate have scored one goal in their last three league home matches, including a 0-0 draw with Stevenage and 1-0 defeat to Tranmere.
Mallik Wilks (Hull) to score v Burton (15:00)
Wilks has scored six goals in 12 appearances this season, including a couple of goals at the KCOM Stadium.
The 21-year-old ranks top for shots per game in Hull’s squad, ranking third in that metric across the whole of League One.
Burton are without a clean sheet in 17 matches in all competitions this season, conceding at least twice in four of their six league away games.
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