Scotland v Poland, Thursday 8 October
Defeat or a draw for Scotland and they can wave goodbye to Euro 2016 next summer, although victory means they are favourites to land a play-off place instead of Ireland. William Hill offer 7/4 that Gordon Strachan’s team can be swept to victory by a passionate home crowd.
The Scots did land a 2-2 draw in Warsaw earlier in qualifying, although they will face dangerous opponents who are looking for a positive result, which can make certain of their place in the Euro 2016 finals.
A draw is likely to be enough for Poland and BetVictor offer 9/4 about this game ending all square, while a win for the visitors is 9/5 with Betfred and will mean the home supporters are left to drown their sorrows.
Republic of Ireland v Germany, Thursday 8 October
Depending on what Scotland do against Poland, the Republic of Ireland might not need a result against the world champions, although the boys in green will be approaching the game with a positive mindset.
After all, a victory could put Ireland in second spot and Coral offer 6/1 about a shock win which would have the Aviva Stadium jumping.
Germany are predictably favourites at 8/15 and there is more than enough quality in this team to bank a victory which would see them celebrating qualification.
England v Estonia, Friday 9 October
England are effectively playing a dead rubber while trying to preserve a 100% qualifying record and Coral offer a best price 1/6 that the Three Lions get the three points.
A better bet could be the 8/13 with Sky Bet that Roy Hodgson’s team win without conceding against an Estonia side who haven’t scored on the road this term.
An England 2-0 win is 9/2 with William Hill and can be coupled with 3-0 to give you a strong chance of landing a profit.
England -2 handicap – 6/5 with BetVictor
England 2-0 win 9/2 with William Hill
England to win 8/13 with Sky Bet
Bosnia v Wales, Saturday 10 October
An unbeaten Wales side head east for their penultimate group clash and it’s a surprise to see Paddy Power going 31/10 about a victory for the Dragons.
The Welsh made short work of Israel and claimed a draw in Belgium, with another point likely to make sure of qualification and that outcome can be backed at 13/5 with BetVictor.
Bosnia are warm favourites for victory and still harbour plans to land a play-off spot, although odds-on quotes are inexplicable considering how strong the Welsh defence has been.