Paul Higham has a 13/27.50 double for Armenia v Wales with Harry Wilson backed to be the talisman for the visiting Dragons...
When Armenia earned a shock in in Cardiff back in June and Wales lost in Turkey three days later it looked like game over in this group, but Rob Page's side have turned things around superbly.
Armenia have picked up just a point in three games since that win while Wales have beaten Latvia and upset Croatia to go into second in the group.
They're level with the Croats on points but hold the head-to-head advantage so victory here in Yerevan and then at home against Turkey would guarantee them a third straight major tournament and third Euros in a row.
It's by no means an easy task though..
Harry Wilson is doing his best to step into Gareth Bale's boots - he certainly did a decent enough impression with his two-goal heorics against Croatia last time out.
There's something about Wales and talented left-footers, and while the Fulham forward isn't quite Bale he does look like their main man right now.
As such he should have a big say in proceedings in Armenia and so the 5/23.50 on him having 2+ shots on target feels a touch generous, so we'll grab it with both hands.
Wilson has had multiple shots on target in three of Wales' six qualifiers, twice recording three, so the stats say he's got a great chance of converting for us again.
Evens seems a half-decent price on Eduard Spertsyan to hit the target just once as well, certainly going on the fact he's started every game for Armenia in qualifying and hit the target in four out of six outings.
He's hit the target at least once in his last three games and has had 16 efforts on goal during the group matches.
Armenia are still in with a shotu despite being up against it in the group, so they'll have plenty to play for and after a 4-2 win in Wales they'll fancy their chances.
So we're happy to add in Spertsyan 1+ shot on target at 1/12.00 to bump up our Bet Builder.