Austria v Northern Ireland: No

Austria have kept four clean sheets in their last seven matches, with goals going in at both ends in only one of them

Northern Ireland, meanwhile, have been involved in just three BTTS games out of their last 26, a run that dates back March 2016.

With striker Kyle Lafferty having ruled himself out of the squad this week, that run looks likely to continue.

Belgium v Switzerland: Yes

Belgium have notched seven goals in two games since the World Cup, only failing to find the net in two of their 13 games in 2018, so they’ll surely score on Friday night.

They’ve also conceded in four of their last seven competitive matches, and now face a Switzerland side that are better going forward than their reputation suggests.

Vladimir Petkovic’s side bagged six against Iceland in their first Nations League match, and there were goals at both ends in three of their four matches at the World Cup.

Croatia v England: Yes

Croatia lost 6-0 against Spain in their Nations League opener, and they failed to keep a clean sheet in their last four World Cup games, so it’s fair to expect England to score on Friday.

After the Three Lions’ 2-1 defeat to Spain at Wembley last month, Belgium are the only side to stop them from finding the net in 2018.

Croatia have also scored in 20 successive home games dating back to 2013, including the World Cup semi-final against Gareth Southgate’s side, so BTTS is a safe bet here.

Estonia v Finland: No

Estonia have failed to score in both of their Nations League matches so far, getting on the scoresheet in just two of their last seven games.

It’s hard to see them scoring against Finland, who have kept three clean sheets in a row, including the reverse fixture last month, which finished 1-0.

None of Finland’s last six matches have seen goals at both ends, and this one should be no different.

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