Scotland vs Czech Republic (Monday, 14:00)
Scotland will start their Euro 2020 campaign in familiar surroundings when they welcome the Czech Republic to Hampden Park on Monday.
The Scots are back in the big time for the first time since 1998 and Steve Clarke's side will be determined to make an impact on the grand stage.
The Czech Republic, on the other hand, are appearing at their seventh successive Euro finals, but it's worth remembering they have been put to the sword by the Tartan Army on two occasions over the last 12 months.
Whether or not they suffer the same fate on Monday remains to be seen, but both respective nations will have earmarked this fixture as one where three points are crucial if they are to qualify from the group.
As such, the stakes are pretty high here and with both teams bound to be right for this one, I'm going to back both sides to see at least one card as the first half of my Bet Builder double.
Scotland were averaging 2.12 cards per game during qualification, with the Czechs collecting 1.67 cautions per 90 minutes, not to mention referee Daniel Siebert was flashing north of four cards per game this term.
Poland vs Slovakia (Monday, 17:00)
Poland and Slovakia square off in Group E's curtain-raiser in St Petersburg on Monday evening.
The Eagles cruised through qualification with a couple of games to spare but that wasn't enough to save boss Jerzy Brzeck who has since been replaced by Paulo Sousa.
Sousa is the least experienced international manager at the finals but he could yet have joker up his sleeve, in the form of Robert Lewandowksi, who has banged home the goals in the Bundesliga this year at a record-breaking rate.
Slovakia, meanwhile, qualified through the Nations League playoffs but needed penalties to overcome both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland respectively.
Moreover, recent stalemates with international minnows Bulgaria, Cyprus and Malta don't bode well for Stefan Tarkovic's troops, and with that in mind, I'm going to back Poland to strike in St Petersburg.
I'll complete the even-money (Bet 365) double with over zero Slovakia cards – the ageing Slovaks were averaging a lofty 2.26 cards per game en-route to this summer's showpiece.
- Over 0 Scotland Cards & Over 0 Czech Republic Cards
- Over 0 Poland Goals & Over 0 Slovakia Cards
- Bet Builder Double (1/1, Bet 365)