Scotland (-3) to beat San Marino (17:00)

Scotland were abject in their 3-0 defeat to Kazakhstan on Thursday, but they could not have asked for an easier game to make amends.

Alex McLeish’s side had won back-to-back games prior to that defeat, including a 4-0 victory away to Albania in the Nations League in November.

They should at least equal that total against a San Marino side that have lost 28 straight games, scoring just three times.

Belgium (-1) to beat Cyprus (19:45)

Cyprus have lost nine of their last 14 matches, a run that includes defeats to Norway and Jordan by a margin of more than one goal.

They also lost 4-0 to Belgium in October 2017 in their 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign.

Belgium opened their Group I account with a 3-1 victory over Russia and have won 13 of their last 16 games.

Netherlands to beat Germany (19:45)

Netherlands battered Germany 3-0 at the Johan Cruyff Arena in the Nations League in October and can do so again on Sunday.

The hosts hammered Belarus 4-0 on Thursday and have won eight of their last nine home games.

A youthful Germany side drew 1-1 against Serbia on Wednesday, meaning they have won just four of their last 16 matches.

Northern Ireland to beat Belarus (19:45)

Northern Ireland opened their qualifying campaign with a 2-0 victory over Estonia and Windsor Park and should easily make it two from two here.

Belarus were beaten 4-0 away to the Netherlands on Thursday and have lost each of their last six qualifiers on the road.



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