Norway v Sweden: Yes (19:45)

Norway have scored in 10 consecutive home matches, with Germany the last visiting team to keep a clean sheet there.

Lars Lagerback’s side also netted in a 2-1 defeat to Spain on Saturday, so look sure to find the net here.

Sweden also offer a considerable threat at the other end, having scored twice in three of their last four games.

Republic of Ireland v Georgia: No (19:45)

Republic of Ireland’s last five matches have finished 0-0, 0-1, 0-0, 0-0 and 0-1.

Mick McCarthy’s side weren’t impressive in beating Gibraltar on Saturday, and now take on a side that have only conceded five goals in their last 11 games.

BTTS has landed in just two of those, so backing against is the obvious choice here.

Romania v Faroe Islands: No (19:45)

Faroe Islands have scored three goals in their last eight away games, two of which came against Malta.

Romania have kept four consecutive clean sheets at home, including against Montenegro and Serbia, considerably stronger opposition than they will face here.

BTTS has only landed in a friendly against Chile in their last eight games.

Switzerland v Denmark: No (19:45)

Switzerland laboured to a 2-0 victory over Georgia without key man Xherdan Shaqiri on Saturday, so are unlikely to break loose here.

Denmark rested several players in their 2-2 draw with Kosovo last week, but BTTS had landed in just one of their previous six games.

This is a significant fixture between the best two teams in Group D, so don’t expect either to give much away.


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