Much of the hard work has been done for now by Scotland but there's still something at stake at Hampden tonight where unbeaten Denmark are the visitors.
As it stands, the Scots will be unseeded in the play-off draw but a point tonight could make all the difference. They've got the seventh best record of the teams in second place, with the top six being seeded in the draw, so Steve Clarke's men could still do with a point or three to give them the best chance of navigating their way through the play-offs.
Unfortunatley for Scotland the Danes still have something to play for despite having sailed through Group F, and that is their hunt for a perfect record of 10 wins from 10. Their excellent campaign was spoiled ever so slightly on Friday when they conceded their first goal, against the Faroe Islands.
The Danes are 13/10 to finish with yet another win while the Scots are 11/5. In the absence of team news it might be a better option to back BTTS at 19/20. Scotland's ony blank was in Copenhagen when Denmark won 2-0 and if Lyndon Dykes, who's 50-50 to play, starts then the Scots could go with an attacking 4-4-2 and pose a potent threat.
It'll be a case of how many for England in San Marino. The minnows have shipped a whopping 36 in nine games so far including three 5-0's and a 7-1. Regardless of who Gareth Southgate decides to rotate in to the starting XI it should be a stroll in the park for the Three Lions.
But it's nigh on impossible to find value in the match however corners might provide an angle. San Marino simply don't get up the park often enough to rack up many corners and they can expect to be under the cosh for almost the entrie 90 minutes tonight. Their last four heavy defeats have seen them concede 52 and win just three; Hungary 0-12, Poland 0-15, Albania 0-12 and Poland 3-13.
That makes England -9 on the three way handicap appeal at 20/21 at Bet365.
- England -9 on the corner handicap 20/21 Bet365
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