Kazakhstan v Russia: Yes

Kazakhstan put three past Scotland on Thursday and have found the net in seven successive matches.

They should extend that run against Russia, who lost 3-1 to Belgium last time out and have conceded eight in their last three games.

Stanislav Cherchesov’s side have scored in six of their last nine matches, only failing to do so against Germany and Sweden (twice), so they’re also worth backing to grab a goal.

Cyprus v Belgium: No

Belgium conceded a freak goal against Russia on Thursday but should manage a clean sheet when they travel to Cyprus.

The hosts are on a decent run of goals, but scoring against San Marino, Bulgaria and Slovenia doesn’t mean they’ll find the net against a far superior side on Sunday.

Belgium have kept clean sheets in two of their three away matches since the World Cup.

Netherlands v Germany: Yes

Netherlands have scored in 10 successive matches since they lost 1-0 to England a year ago.

Ronald Koeman’s side have netted 12 goals in their last five matches, five of which came against the team they face on Sunday.

Germany have scored in all four of their games since they lost 3-0 to Netherlands in October and are always backing to find the net given the talent in their squad.

Slovenia v North Macedonia: Yes

BTTS has landed in six of Slovenia’s last seven matches, with their last four ending 1-1 – a scoreline that would do nicely on Sunday.

It would be a surprise if North Macedonia only manage one goal on this away trip, given that they have scored at least twice in six of their last seven matches.

Coming off a 3-1 win over Latvia and having scored 17 goals during that seven-match run, the visitors will almost certainly keep their scoring streak going on Sunday.


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