Spain enter this game as the favourites, albeit relatively slight, having won their opening qualifier against Norway by three goals to nil.
The result means the Spanish have now won their last five qualifiers on the bounce by an emphatic aggregate scoreline of 11-0.
Scotland won their opening qualifier against Cyprus also by three goals to nil, but the Scots haven't beaten Spain since 1984 and it would take a big performance to do something similar here against a nation that are ruthlessly efficient in tournament qualifying.
Romania have been in solid form recently having won three of their last four matches, with those three wins coming by an aggregate scoreline of 11-1.
They're also strong on home soil having won three of their last four competitive home matches, conceding just one goal in the process.
Belarus, on the other hand, are on a grim run having won just one of their last five matches (W1 D1 L3).
Equally, they haven't won a competitive game away from home since September 2020 so this feels like a fairly straightforward pick for a win selection.
Kosovo enter this game unbeaten in their last four matches on home soil having registered two wins and two draws.
Additionally, over 2.5 goals has landed in three of their last five matches and three of their last four home fixtures.
Andorra, on the other hand, are coming into this game off the back of three straight losses.
They've also lost ten of their last twelve games away from home with over 2.5 goals landing in seven of those.
Wales enter this game fresh off the back of an impressive 1-1 draw away in Croatia in their opening qualifying matches.
Wales are generally very tough to beat at home having gone unbeaten in their last eleven qualifying matches on home soil.
Wales have also failed to keep a clean sheet in six of their last seven competitive home games.
Latvia are currently on a poor run of form having won just one of their last five matches, a penalty shootout win over Estonia in the Balkan Cup.
However, BTTS has landed in each of their last five consecutive matches so we fancy them to get on the scoresheet here too.
Georgia enter this game amidst a decent run of BTTS form having seen both teams find the back of the net in two of their last three matches.
Equally, the Georgians have failed to score in only one of their last six matches on home soil.
In the case of Norway, BTTS has landed in three of their last five matches and they've failed to score in only one of their last five games away from home - a tricky fixture away in Spain.