Finland v Estonia: No

There haven’t been goals at both ends in any of Finland’s last five matches.

Their 1-0 win over Hungary on Saturday was also the sixth clean sheet that they have kept in their last seven home games.

Estonia have gone three away games without a goal and have been involved in just one BTTS match in their last six.

San Marino v Luxembourg: No

San Marino have lost 22 matches in a row and scored just three goals during that period.

Luxembourg have won five of their last seven games and kept four clean sheets in their last five.

At , they are great value to win to nil.

Spain v Croatia: Yes

Croatia’s 1-1 draw with Portugal was the ninth in a row in which they have found the net.

It was also their sixth straight BTTS match in a run that has included games against France and England.

That run should continue on Tuesday, given Spain have scored in each of their last 25 matches but kept just two clean sheets in their last 10.

England v Switzerland: Yes

Switzerland thumped Iceland 6-0 at the weekend to take their tally to 21 goals in their last nine matches.

Four of Switzerland’s last seven matches have ended with both teams scoring, including games against Brazil and Spain.

England’s 2-1 defeat to Spain on Saturday was their seventh BTTS match in 11, so this looks like a steal at evens.


*Odds subject to change.

Click here to visit Betway's football betting page.