All square at Lyngby
Bet 1: Back The Draw in Lyngby v Silkeborg @ 12/5 - KO 18:00 GMT
We begin in the Danish 1st Division where I think that the spoils will be shared between Lyngby and Silkeborg.
The hosts are seventh of 12 in the division, but they have 30 points, which is only eight fewer than the current leaders. It is also however only eight more than the team who are currently bottom.
That just goes to show how tight a league this is, as we are 22 matches into it. Lyngby have lost just one of their last six in front of their own fans, and three of those were draws.
The visitors are second in the division, level on points with the leaders. They are in good form, being five unbeaten in the league - three wins and two draws. Away from home it's three draws from their last five, and while I can't see them losing this fixture, I think that they will be hard pressed to win it.
Ryan Giggs' side to get back on track
Bet 2: Wales to win to nil @ 5/6 - KO 19:45 GMT
To the Racecourse Ground now for Wales' friendly against Trinidad And Tobago, and the Welsh feel like a good price to win to nil.
Ryan Giggs' men aren't in good form having lost four of their previous outings. They were beaten 1-0 in Albania most recently, but that was back in November, and they will be keen to get back to winning ways ahead of their European Championship qualifying campaign.
The visitors aren't exactly heavyweights of world football, and they came bottom of their group in final qualifying for the last World Cup. They have lost three of their last four matches - all the defeats were to nil - and they weren't against sides who are as good as Wales.
Germans to win but it won't be easy
Bet 3: Back Germany & BTTS @ 9/5 - KO 19:45 GMT
Another new era starts in Germany tonight as the Germans take on Serbia in Wolfsburg with Joachim Low having ended the international careers of stalwarts, Mats Hummels, Jérôme Boateng and Thomas Müller.
He had to do something following their terrible World Cup and Nations League performance, but it seems strange that he has targeted the Bayern contingent - especially given their recent form.
They are a short price to beat the Serbs tonight, and while I think that they probably will, I think that a clean sheet will escape them.
The visitors are no mugs as they are unbeaten in six, and won their Nations League Group - albeit in League C. They performed ok at the World Cup - losing two and winning one of their matches, and they won't fear this German team.