IT'S another night of high-tension football as four European sides bid to book their places at Brazil 2014.
Greece and Ukraine look to have done enough although Romania and France won't go down without a fight but the other two ties are in the balance.
Portugal go to Sweden 1-0 up thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo's late strike in Lisbon and Iceland head for Zagreb locked 0-0 with Croatia.
So let's start in Stockholm with part two of Zlatan Ibrahimovic v Ronaldo. One of the world's best strikers will be sitting on a beach during the finals – but it's more likely to be on the Riviera than Rio – and it's looking like Ibrahimovic who will miss out.
The first leg was much cagier than expected and Tuesday's tie should be more open and exciting with Sweden needing to score at least two to qualify in 90 minutes. Portugal will have to decide whether to twist or stick but with a player of Ronaldo's talent on the park you have to fancy them to take the chance of grabbing an away goal that will leave the Swedes an uphill battle.
Now to Croatia v Iceland with home boss Niko Kovac trying to do salvage qualification after Igor Stimac was sacked following his country's second group defeat to Scotland.
I tipped Iceland draw no bet in the first leg and they achieved it despite playing with 10 men for the final 40 minutes.
Croatia didn't lool scoring in the same way they hardly threatened Scotland home or away. I watched both of those matches and I don't think Iceland have anything to fear from a side that's netted just twice in five World Cup outings.
What might get to them is the occasion as they attempt to qualify for the first time and become the smallest nation ever to reach the finals.
Iceland have hit the target in 10 of their last 11 away matches, with Johann Gudmundsson hitting a hat-trick in a 4-4 draw in Switzerland. With away goals counting double Iceland may need just one to qualify and I'm taking a chance on them at 7-2 with the likes of McBookie.com and Coral. Croatia are just 2-9 at bet365.
To win in 90 minutes Iceland are huge at 11-1 with McBookie.com and bet365 with Croatia
They will of course have to keep the classy Luka Modric quiet and mark Mario Mandzukic closely but Iceland have quality players in their own right in the shape of Gylfi Sigurdsson, Alfred Finnbogason and of course the experienced Eidur Gudjohnsen.
France were unlucky to lose 2-0 in Ukraine but I doubt they'll be able to overturn the deficit in Paris. Both sides had a man sent off in a fiery affair with the French raging at treatment dished out to star man Frank Ribery.
The Bayern Munich star is likely to be targeted again as the no-nonsense Ukrainians defend their lead. They conceded just four goals in England's qualifying group and no more than one a game so this is a tough task for the French to even win 2-0 and force extra time.
Best bet could be a red card in the game as it could be another bad-tempered affair. That pays 15-8 at Paddy Power.
France are about 1-2 to win the match and 2-1 with the likes of McBookie.com to qualify.
Sweden v Portugal over 2.5 goals
Iceland to qualify
(7-2, McBookie.com, Coral)
France v Ukraine red card
(15-8, Paddy Power)