In-form pair to light up the scoreboard
Bet 1: Over 2.5 Goals in Austria v Denmark at 9/10 - KO 19:45
Ralf Rangnick's debut as Austria boss could hardly have gone better, as his new charges won 3-0 in Croatia. That score-line doesn't tell the entire story, as the hosts actually started well, but Austria played with energy and quality on both sides of the ball. After a dismal spell at a dysfunctional Manchester United, it was just the pick-me-up Rangnick needed.
Denmark are also in fine form, having won 2-1 against world champions France in Paris. Andreas Cornelius bagged a brace, as the Danes came from behind to secure a famous win. Denmark have now scored at least twice in seven of their ten games since the European Championship.
I think this could be pretty lively, as both teams created high-quality chances and indeed goals last time out. When the teams last met in Austria last year, Denmark won 4-0, and a repeat of that would suit us just fine.
Kazakh attack to shine
Bet 2: Kazakhstan to score Over 0.5 Goals v Slovakia at 5/4 - KO 19:45
Kazakhstan have shown that unheralded nations can use this competition to their advantage. They have won their last three UNL games, including a 2-0 victory against Azerbaijan a few days ago. Interestingly, they have found the net in eight of their last ten Nations League outings, including the last five. Although they were often outclassed in their World Cup qualifying campaign, they did score in both games against Ukraine, and they played out a 2-2 draw at Bosnia-Herzegovina.
So we know this is a side that can score goals, and Slovakia aren't exactly watertight. Stefan Tarkovic's side has kept just one clean sheet in their last six home matches, including score draws with Slovenia, Malta and Bulgaria. I think Kazakhstan can score here.
Minnows to keep things tight
Bet 3: Back Under 2.5 Goals in Andorra v Moldova at 40/85 - KO 19:45
Andorra continue to plug away, and although their World Cup qualifying campaign was full of defeats, they beat San Marino twice and put in some brave displays. They only lost 2-1 in Hungary and suffered a pair of 1-0 reverses against Albania. These aren't the whipping boys you might expect them to be.
Moldova lost all but one of their World Cup qualifiers, and they scored just four goals in ten matches in that campaign. They have failed to score in 15 of their last 25 games in all competitions.
Andorra will look to defend diligently as they always do, and while Moldova may well break then down in the end, it may take a while. I'm happy to go for Under 2.5 Goals here.