SCOTLAND can extend their unbeaten run to eight ahead of next month's do-or-die tussle with Serbia.
Steve Clarke's side are building some momentum and next up is a meeting with the Czech Rep who are nearest challengers in Group B2.
We beat the weakened Czechs 2-1 away and again there are doubts about the strength of our opponents' line-up.
They won in Israel on Sunday despite having just one striker, Burnley's Matej Vydra, available and have plenty of pandemic problems.
Clarke too hasn't had his problems to seek with skipper Andy Robertson the latest faller after a booking against Slovakia.
The manager wanted to make freshen things up changes anyway but won't alter the way he plays with our defence tighter than a drum.
With goals hard to come by at our end too this should be a low scorer with under 2.5 goals paying 8-11 at McBookie.
Scotland look a bit big at 21-10 with McBookie but I'm siding with the draw at 23-10. Draw and unders is 3-1 at McBookie.
Lyndon Dykes netted the winner against Slovakia and he's the most likely scorer at 9-4 with McBookie if he starts.
If not back Oli McBurnie who rattled the bar on Sunday and is 23-10 to claim a first goal.
England beat top-ranked Belgium and should follow up with victory against Denmark. They are just 3-4 with Unibet.
I'm backing Belgium -1 away to Iceland and my Super Single is Erling Haaland to score first against Northern Ireland after hitting a hat-trick against Romania. He is 5-2 at betfair.
Norway won 5-1 in Belfast and are 2-5 with bet365 to pick another three points.
Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive and is out Portugal's home match against Sweden.
- Haaland to score first
- (5-2, bet365)
- Belgium -1
- (7-2, Betfred)