The first game on this list sees Iceland face Bosnia & Herzegovina in Group J with this being a meeting of fifth and fourth in the standings.
Iceland have had a terrible qualifying campaign so far, having suffered 3-0, 2-1, 1-0 and 3-1 defeats to Bosnia, Slovakia, Portugal and Luxembourg, while thrashing Liechtenstein 7-0 away from home last March.
Bosnia are just three points better off than their opponents with six points from five matches, having beaten Iceland 3-0 and Liechtenstein 2-1 on either side of 2-0 defeats to Luxembourg and Slovakia, as well as suffering a 3-0 defeat to Portugal.
Armenia and Croatia go head-to-head in Group D of European Championship qualifying with both of these sides currently sitting on seven points.
The home side have gone unbeaten in their last four matches since losing 2-1 to Turkey, having drawn 2-2 and 1-1 with Cyprus and Turkey on either side of 4-2 and 2-1 victories over Wales and Latvia.
Croatia are unbeaten in their last three qualifying matches, having drawn 1-1 with Wales, while also beating Turkey 2-0 and Latvia 5-0. Zltako Dalic’s men managed to reach the final of the Nations League via a 4-2 win over the Netherlands before losing to Spain 4-2 on penalties after a 0-0 draw in the final.
Portugal hosts Luxembourg at Estadio Algarve on Monday with the home side expected to win in a comfortable fashion.
A Seleção das Quinas have been in superb form under Roberto Martinez, having won all of their last five matches, beating the likes of Slovakia and Iceland by 1-0 scorelines, as well as Bosnia 3-0, Luxembourg 6-0 and Liechtenstein 4-0.
Luxembourg have managed to win their last three internationals since their 6-0 and 1-0 defeats to Portugal and Malta, having beaten Liechtenstein 2-0, Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-0 and Iceland 3-1.
Slovakia and Liechtenstein face off on Monday night in a meeting of second and sixth in Group J.
Prior to their 1-0 loss to Portugal last time out, Slovakia managed to accumulate 10 points from their previous four qualifiers, having beaten Liechtenstein, Iceland and Bosnia by 1-0, 2-1 and 2-0 scorelines following a 0-0 draw at home to Luxembourg.
Liechtenstein have lost all of their last five matches having been beaten 2-1 by Bosnia, 1-0 at home to Slovakia, 2-0 away at Luxembourg as well as 7-0 and 4-0 by Iceland and Portugal.
The final game on this list comes from Latvia versus Wales in Group D, with Rob Page’s men under significant pressure to get a positive result.
Four of Latvia’s last five matches have seen the Over 2.5 Goals market land, having been beaten 5-0 by Croatia, 2-1 at Armenia, as well as 3-2 by Turkey and the Republic of Ireland on either side of a 1-0 loss away to Wales.
Wales are without a win in their last three matches, having suffered 4-2 to Armenia and 2-0 to Turkey prior to their 0-0 draw at home to Korea Republic. Prior to these results, Page’s side had beaten Latvia 1-0 and drawn 1-1 away at Croatia.
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