Greece v Armenia

Greece are a poor side, but will surely score at least once at home to Armenia, who are ranked 109th in the world.

The visitors have conceded twice in their last four away games, including fixtures against North Macedonia, Gibraltar and Liechtenstein.

The last three of those matches finished 2-6, 2-2 and 2-1 and, having beaten Liechtenstein 3-0 at home on Saturday, they can definitely find the net on Tuesday.

Hungary v Wales

Hungary have scored at least twice in five of their last six matches, including a 2-1 win against Croatia in their last home game.

Wales lost 2-1 in Croatia on Saturday, so more goals look likely here.

Ryan Giggs’ side have scored in six of their last seven matches, with midfielder David Brooks – who scored on Saturday – likely to return to the starting XI.

Iceland v Turkey

Iceland have scored in nine of their last 11 home matches, with one of the exceptions coming against Belgium.

Turkey are in fantastic form, scoring at least twice in all of their last five games.

Roma’s Cengiz Under has scored in both of their matches during the last couple of weeks, while striker Nurak Yilmaz has netted eight goals in his last 12 games for club and country,

Russia v Cyprus

Russia won’t have a problem scoring here after thrashing Kazakhstan and San Marino 4-0 and 9-0 in their last two matches.

Cyprus impressed in their 2-1 defeat to Scotland on Saturday, so are certainly capable of netting themselves.

The visitors have scored in all of their last three away games, with goals at both ends in all of them.


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