We've compiled our writers’ best football tips, including win/draw/win and BTTS, into one bite-size betting preview for Sunday's internationals.
Wycombe to beat Tranmere (12:00)
These clubs shared a 2-2 draw in the FA Cup last weekend, but Wycombe can go one better on their return to Prenton Park.
Gareth Ainsworth’s side have won five of their last seven league games, keeping five clean sheets in that sequence.
Tranmere have won just two home league games in seven this season, beating Bolton’s kids and a Southend side that have picked up five points from 17 matches.
Czech Republic to beat Bulgaria (17:00)
Bulgaria lost 1-0 at home to Paraguay in a friendly on Thursday and should round off a dreadful qualifying campaign with another defeat.
The hosts are on a 12-match winless run, while they have picked up just one point in their last five matches in Group A.
Czech Republic secured their place at Euro 2020 with a 2-1 victory over Kosovo on Thursday – their fifth win in their last six competitive matches.
England to beat Kosovo & BTTS (17:00)
England’s 7-0 mauling of Montenegro on Thursday was their sixth victory in seven Group A games.
The Three Lions beat Kosovo 5-3 in the reverse fixture in September and BTTS has landed in two of their last three away qualifiers.
Kosovo have nothing to play for after their 2-1 defeat to Czech Republic, a result that meant both teams have scored in seven of their last nine matches.
BTTS in Albania v France (19:45)
France beat Moldova 2-1 at home on Thursday, but only after going a goal down.
That was only the third goal Moldova have scored in qualifying, two of which have come against Les Bleus.
BTTS has landed in back-to-back games for France, while both teams have netted in three of Albania’s last five, including a 4-1 defeat at the Stade de France in September.
Iceland to beat Moldova to nil (19:45)
Moldova have lost eight games out of nine in in Group H, with their only victory coming at home to Andorra in June.
They have scored just three goals in that period and were beaten 3-0 by Iceland in the reverse fixture in September, registering only two shots on target.
Iceland have won four of their last seven qualifiers and have kept back-to-back clean sheets against Andorra and Turkey.
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