While England huff and puff their way to a Wembley win over San Marino, elsewhere numerous other Euro 2016 qualifiers will also be coming to the boil.
Joe Hart and James Milner form part of Roy Hodgson’s squad for the game but, meanwhile in Liechtenstein, elsewhere their Manchester City teammate will aiding and abetting our 13/1 international four-fold.
Read one for the selections…
Montenegro (-1) to beat Liechtenstein @ 3/5
Jovetic has every right to touch down in the land Snoop Dogg once famously tried to rent in its entirety for a music video with high hopes of handicap hopping.
The hosts, who serenade their tiny home to the tune to ‘God Save The Queen’ have lost their last eight games by a two-goal margin at the very least.
A 2-0 victory over Moldova in early September proves the Montegrin nous for dismantling potentially stubborn foes in is good working order.
Luxembourg (+1) to beat Macedonia @ 6/4
The gulf in class between these sides is far less than the casual observer might think and Les Lions Rouge triumphed in their last encounter on home soil in 2012.
Macedonia’s penalty in a 5-1 loss against Spain is the only time they’ve scored in their last five outings, drawing blanks against foes as lame as Qatar and China (twice).
Their opponents, on the other hand, come into this fixture off the back of a brace of 1-1 draws, including a particularly impressive one in Italy.
Lithuania v Estonia – under 2.5 goals @ 53/100
This all-Baltic duel is expected to be a tepid affair as far as the scorers are concerned, with the hosts going eight straight games without rewarding overs backers.
Seven of their visitors’ last octet have been just as bone dry, as have the sides’ last three clashes in all competitions.
Switzerland to beat Slovenia @ 27/20
Vladimir Petkovic’s men have much to prove to their new boss after a tame surrender to England in Basel last time out and are taken to make the Slovenians pay for their embarrassment.
Luckily the Rossocrociati beat their adversaries home and away without concession in qualifying for the last World Cup.
Chinned in Estonia on their Group E bow, Slovenia will need to poke their heads from their shells more than may have been expected as a result.
A more open fixture should play in to the hands of the Swiss, who possess the greater class.