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Spain v England: Yes

Spain won 2-1 when these teams met at Wembley last month, and there should be plenty more goals in Monday night’s reverse fixture.

The hosts put six past Croatia in their last home game, and beat Wales 4-1 on their travels last Thursday.

That was the fourth time in five games that Spain have failed to keep a clean sheet, so it’s worth backing England – who have scored in five of their last six away trips – to get on the scoresheet.

Iceland v Switzerland: Yes

Iceland have conceded at least twice in each of their last five home matches, so Switzerland will almost certainly score on Monday night.

They’ve also managed to get on the scoresheet in four of those games, with a 3-0 defeat to Belgium in September the only time they’ve failed to score in eight matches on home soil.

Switzerland, meanwhile, have only kept one clean sheet in their last seven games, including a 2-1 defeat to Belgium on Friday night.

Finland v Greece: No

Finland’s 1-0 victory over Estonia on Friday night was their fourth consecutive win to nil, and their seventh successive game in which BTTS has not come in.

Markku Kanerva’s side have kept six clean sheets in a row at home, and now face a Greek side that don’t score many goals at all.

Just one of Greece’s last seven matches has seen goals at both ends, while they’ve both only scored and conceded in just one of their last four away from home.

Belarus v Moldova: No

Belarus beat Luxembourg 1-0 on Friday night, and have now kept three clean sheets in a row.

Just one of Igor Kriushenko’s side’s last seven matches has seen goals at both ends, and that run should continue on Monday.

Moldova’s 2-0 win over San Marino on Friday was the first time they’ve scored in four matches, failing to get on the scoresheet in seven of their last eight games on the road.


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