Norway will look to stay in contention with the three sides above them in Group G when they travel to Riga to face Latvia on Saturday.
Just one point separates the four top sides, Turkey, Netherlands, Montenegro and Norway, in Group G after three matches, and this tripleheader will be fascinating in seeing how the group plays out. Latvia look like no-hopers now though, already cut adrift with Gibraltar at the foot of the group despite a 3-3 draw with Turkey in March, they are a side who ship plenty of goals against the top sides; 7-1, 6-0 and 5-0 defeats over the last two years proves that.
Norway also have a blistering attack spearheaded by goal machine Erling Haaland, who is supported by Martin Odegaard, Alexander Sorloth, and Mohamed Elyounoussi. A 3-0 win over Gibraltar was a tad underwhelming, but they defeated Romania 4-0 and Northern Ireland 5-1 in the previous edition of the Nations League.
Haaland has seven goals in his 12 caps so far and if he plays in Riga, expect Norway to fill their boots. Norway (-2) is 9/4.