Croatia will be looking to keep pace with group leaders Greece when they welcome Georgia to the Stadion Poljud tomorrow night.
Boss Slaven Bilic will also fire his side up to restore some pride after they fell to a 1-0 defeat to Georgia when the two last locked horns.
Things are very tight at the top of Group F with just two points separating Greece, Croatia, Israel and Georgia.
As such, Bilic is likely to demand a victory from the home side, with bwin offering football betting odds of 31/100 on The Blazers earning all three points.
Despite beating tomorrow’s opponents last time out, Georgia are seen as rank outsiders for the tie at 17/2, while those expecting a stalemate will find the draw priced at 15/4.
Although Croatia are expected to win, they are unlikely to have things all their own way in Split.
Former Newcastle favourite Temuri Ketsbaia has an organised and disciplined side at his disposal. Indeed, Georgia have yet to concede more than one goal in any of their six Euro 2012 qualifiers thus far.
That said, the away side have been far from prolific in front of goal, having not scored more than one in any game and drawing a blank against Israel.
As such, football betting enthusiasts could be tempted to place a wager on the game being a low-scoring affair.
Bwin offers a range of goal bet markets and punters can back the game seeing under two goals at 3/50.
Those fancying themselves at predicting a more accurate scoreline could be tempted by the 4/1 odds on exactly one goal being scored or the 11/4 price available on the match seeing two goals.
However, while Georgia have been in lacklustre attacking form, Croatia boast a more competent front line and one of world football’s most creative talents in Luka Modric.
This could sway a number of people who bet on international football to back a game full of goals.
While the likes of Modric, Eduardo and Niko Kranjcar were kept quiet by the Georgians last time out, the trio have combined to help Croatia knock three past both Israel and Latvia during this qualifying campaign.
On both those occasions, Croatia also managed to keep a clean sheet, which could tempt a number of punters to back a 3-0 win again this time around.
A 3-0 home win is priced at 27/4 and a £10 bet on that outcome would return £77.50. New customers can register here to receive a £25 free bet.