Iceland to beat Finland –

Even at this early stage, it is already impossible for Finland to qualify for the World Cup.

They have picked up just one point from six games in Group I and have managed only one win in their last 19 matches.

Iceland, meanwhile, are bang in form having won four out of five and should sail through on Saturday.

Republic of Ireland to beat Georgia –

Georgia’s qualifying record is dismal, having never made it to a major tournament.

And they don’t look like changing that this time around, given they are without a win in seven competitive matches and sit nine points off second place in Group D.

Three points look a certainty for Ireland, who have won three out of five in qualifying and remain unbeaten.

Serbia to beat Moldova –

Short odds, but then this is the biggest banker you’ll find this weekend.

Moldova, who have picked up just two points so far, have lost eight of their last nine qualifiers and are winless in 16.

Group-toppers Serbia are unbeaten in six at home and have won three of their last five competitive matches, including a 3-0 victory in the reverse fixture.

Israel to beat Macedonia –

Although Israel have lost back-to-back matches in Group G, they are still worth a go this weekend.

They have won three of their last five and have already taken three points from Macedonia away from home.

Another win looks a decent bet, given the visitors have lost six out of nine in all competitions and picked up just three points in qualifying.

Wales to beat Austria –

Wales’ qualification may have been stunted by five draws on the bounce, but they should record a win back in Cardiff.

Chris Coleman’s side have not lost a competitive match at home in nine and have been beaten just once in 10 in all competitions.

Austria, meanwhile, have won just two in 12 and could be left seven points off second with a defeat.