Back our 21/1 accumulator, which features football tips for the first day of matches in the March international break.
Scotland to beat Kazakhstan (15:00)
Scotland finished the Nations League with back-to-back victories over Albania and Israel.
They have lost just one of their last 10 competitive matches and are a great price to beat Kazakhstan, whose only non-friendly victory in 13 came against Andorra in October.
Denmark to beat Kosovo (18:00)
Kosovo are unbeaten in 10 matches following a successful Nations League campaign, but that impressive run is poised to end against more accomplished opposition.
They have not played a team above 61 in the FIFA World Rankings and had lost nine straight games prior to that run.
Denmark have lost just one of their last 25 matches. That was against Slovakia in September when amateur players had to fill in for the first team who were on strike.
Belgium to beat Russia to nil (19:45)
Russia ended the last international break with back-to-back away defeats to Germany and Sweden, meaning they have lost two of their three games on the road since the World Cup.
Stanislav Cherchesov’s squad failed to score in either of those matches and have drawn three blanks in their last four.
Belgium have won 11 and drawn four of their last 15 matches at the Kind Baudouin Stadium, while they are unbeaten in 21 competitive games at home.
Macedonia (-1) to beat Latvia (19:45)
Macedonia topped their Nations League group after winning five of their six matches and come into this on the back of five straight home victories.
The hosts, who won each of those games by a margin of two or more goals, are a great price for another victory.
Latvia are winless in their last 14 away games and have failed to beat Andorra, Gibraltar or Kazakhstan in their last four on the road.
Northern Ireland to beat Estonia to nil (19:45)
Estonia were relegated from their Nations League group after losing four of their six games, while they have failed to score in seven of their last 10 matches.
Northern Ireland lost home games against Bosnia and Austria in September and November respectively, although produced decent performances in both.
They have a reasonable record at Windsor Park, winning 11 of their last 17 home games and kept clean sheets against San Marino, Azerbaijan, Norway and Czech Republic in their 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
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