Bet 1: Northern Ireland (HOME) @ 2.5 (6/4)
I have written more in depth about this game here so I will only be brief in my reasoning on this occasion.
The hosts have everything to play for while the visitors don't. Greece are rock bottom of the group and Northern Ireland know that three points will see them qualify for France 2016.
Obviously Michael O'Neill's side will be weaker without the suspended Kyle Lafferty, but other players have still scored goals throughout their campaign and they are especially dangerous from set pieces.
Bet 2: Germany (AWAY) @ 1.5 (1/2)
While I expect the Northern Irish to succeed, I don't have much faith in the Republic's chances at home to the World Champions.
The Germans took a bit of time to put their best foot forward after their exploits in Brazil, which is quite understandable really. They are motoring now though and have won their last three in a row - to an aggregate scoreline of 13-3.
It won't be easy for them in Dublin as the Irish are in a battle to qualify but given the fact that Germany still haven't officially qualified for the finals, I can't see them easing off this evening.
Bet 3: Scotland v Poland (Over 2.5 goals) @ 2.37 (11/8)
We are staying in Group D for this week's goal-fest as I can see plenty of them when a desperate Scotland welcome Poland to Hampden Park.
A 1-0 defeat in Georgia was the hammer blow that may have ended Scotland's hopes of making their first major championship since France 98.
Gordon Strachan's side are now four points behind Ireland in third, however all is not lost if they can win this evening. The Republic have Germany tonight and then Poland away in their last match, while the Scots have a penalty kick in Gibraltar to finish. Therefore, a win here for the Scots would make them favourites to finish third - assuming Germany get the job done.
That's why I think there will be goals as it's win or bust for the hosts. Add in the fact that the Poles have racked up 29 goals in eight qualifiers and you have a recipe for a high-scoring affair.
Bet 4: Portugal v Denmark (Under 2.5 goals) @ 1.61 (8/13)
We conclude in Portugal as I can't see too many goals when Denmark travel to Estadio AXA.
Despite having the services of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Portuguese don't usually score many goals. Since the World Cup, eight of their 11 outings have seen under 2.5 backers paid out and they've actually failed to find the net at home in each of their last two fixtures.
Denmark come into the match on the back of two successive 0-0's and seven of their last 10 have ended with two goals or fewer being scored. They haven't netted in any of their last three on the road and that includes a trip to Armenia most recently.
Back Northern Ireland @ 2.5 (6/4)
Back Germany @ 1.5 (1/2)
Back Over 2.5 Goals in Scotland v Poland @ 2.37 (11/8)
Back Under 2.5 Goals in Portugal v Denmark @ 1.61 (8/13)
The Multiple pays approximately 14.31 (13/1)
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