Ukraine to beat Slovakia (14:00)
Slovakia have won four of their last six matches, but that record has been padded out with victories against UAE, Thailand and a Denmark side that was made up of amateurs and lower league players on Thursday.
The visitors have lost their last four matches away from home, including a 2-1 defeat to Ukraine in November.
Ukraine are unbeaten in five and have won five of their last seven home matches. They are worth backing on Sunday.
Macedonia to beat Armenia (17:00)
Macedonia are on a seven-match unbeaten run that includes a win away to Israel and a draw against Italy.
They have won back-to-back home games against Norway and Liechtenstein with an aggregate score of 6-0, while Spain are the only team to have beaten them on their own patch since June 2017.
Armenia are winless in their last six matches and have lost 14 of their last 17 on the road.
Georgia to beat Latvia (17:00)
A run of 13 defeats and two victories in their last 17 matches means you should back against Latvia on Sunday.
They have beaten just Andorra and Estonia in that sequence and are winless in their last 11 away games.
Georgia have won three straight home games, with their only defeat in eight a 1-0 loss to Wales in October.
France to beat Netherlands (19:45)
Netherlands have managed just one victory in their first four matches under Ronald Koeman.
They drew back-to-back games against Slovakia and Italy (who played with 10 men for the final 21 minutes), in the last international break.
France have won 20 of their last 24 matches in France, losing just twice. They are also, of course, the world champions.
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