One final round of Nations League clashes awaits before we get back to the roller-coaster, unpredictable insanity of the Premier League.
We preview all the clashes involving the home nations this evening, right here:
England vs Denmark, 7.45pm, Sky Sports Main Event
It's only a month since these sides last met – when they managed a miserly two shots on target each in a dour 0-0 draw.
This Wembley clash doesn't promise to be any livelier, but England are at least odds on favourites to win with the pools.com at 8/15 , with the draw a generous 11/4 and Denmark an even bigger 15/4 .
If England do win, expect it to be low scoring.
Denmark have kept eight clean sheets in their last 10 matches, while Romelu Lukaku's penalty on Sunday was the first goal England had conceded in six.
The 1-0 and 2-0 correct scorelines are 11/2 and 13/2 while England to win to nil is 13/8 .
Under 2.5 goals is a solid looking 4/5 call .
And don't forget the corner market we correctly pointed out against Belgium.
England are 23/20 to overcome a -2 corner handicap – or 8/11 to win the race to 5 corners .
Finland vs Ireland, 5pm, Sky Sports Football
The home side are a big looking 7/5 with thepools.com to build on their 2-0 victory over Bulgaria.
Especially with Ireland now missing James McClean through suspension to add to the absences of Adam Idah and Aaron Connolly through coronavirus issues, and David McGoldrick and James McCarthy through injury.
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The Finns have won five of their last seven competitive home games to nil and are 9/4 to do so again.
Bulgaria vs Wales, 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football
Bulgaria are winless in five matches now with just one point from a possible nine in the Nations League. And one of their two defeats in the competition came against Wales last month.
The visitors are 21/20 to add to the Bulgarian woes, have won four of their last six outings and have lost just once in their last 10 games.
Four of their last six games have seen Wales win to nil, with two ending in a 1-0 scoreline – the same scoreline Bulgaria have lost by in two of their last five games.
In their last four head-to-head meetings with Wales Bulgaria have lost 1-0 on three occasions.
Wales 1-0 is 17/4 and Wales to win to nil is 7/5 .
Norway vs Northern Ireland, 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football
While Northern Ireland were losing 1-0 at home to Austria at the weekend Norway were warming up with a comfortable 4-0 rout of Romania.
As a result the home side is 2/5 to win again, with the draw at 7/2 looking like the best Northern Ireland can hope for.
And it could be messy.
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With an impressive ten goals scored, Norway have scored more than any other nation in the Nations League so far (3.33 on average). And five of those goals came against Northern Ireland in the reverse fixture – the fourth time in six head to heads since 2001 where Norway put three goals or more past the Northern Irish.
Norway have scored four or goals in three of their last six matches, and Erling Haaland is a 4/6 anytime scorer .
Scotland vs Czech Republic, 7.45pm, Sky Sports Premier League
The Czechs are favourites to win in Glasgow, 5/4 with thepools.com , but Scotland have momentum on their side and are 23/10 to build on the weekend win over Slovakia.
Scotland did beat the Czechs in September, but that was a severely depleted Czech side and the visitors have won three of their last four competitive away matches.
It will be tough for Steve Clarke's men and Under 2.5 goals at 4/6 looks the sensible option.
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