GOALS look on the menu when France host Holland in a crucial Group A qualifier tonight.
The French top the table with Sweden while the Dutch trail by three so it's a crucial game for both sides.
France are 4-7 favourites at bet365 and should complete the double over the Dutch but goals could be the way to go when you consider the attacking talent on display.
The home side boast Antoine Griezmann, Alexandre Lacazette, Olivier Giroud and Kylian Mbappe and that's not to mention Paul Pogba, Blaise Matuidi and Thomas Lemar.
Among the Dutch ranks are the likes of Robin van Persie, Arjen Robben, Memphis Depay, Wesley Sneijder and Bas Dost.
Picking a scorer isn't easy but Griezmann is likely to start so back him at 7-5 with Ladbrokes. Pogba's the man for the big game and has found his feet at Man United this season so could be an option at 4-1 with Betfred.
Sweden bashed Bulgaria 3-0 at home and can also do the double but look a little short at 3-4 with McBookie.
Elsewhere it's about mismatches – Belgium v Gibraltar, Switzerland v Andorra and Portugal v Faroes.
Gib defenders must be terrified at the prospect of facing Romelu Lukaku, Dries Mertens, Michy Batshuayi, Christian Benteke, Kevin de Bruyne and Co.
The handicap line is set at minus six though and Belgium have scored 24 in six qualifiers while the minnows have conceded 24 in six. If you think the Belgians can win by eight consider -7 at 11-8 with boylesports.
I've never seen a shorter anytime scorer price than Lukuka at 1-6 with McBookie but to score first the Man United new boy is worth a look at 11-5 with bet365.
Portugal have covered the -3 handicap in four of their last five at home to sides ranked outside the world’s top 100. They've won 6-0 in the Faroes so -3 looks value at 5-6 with boylesports and take Cristiano Ronaldo, currently banned at Real Madrid, to score first at 8-5 with bet365.
After the European ties there are South American qualifier with Venezuela v Colombia and Chile v Paraguay and even later it's Uruguay v Argentina, Brazil v Ecuador and Peru v Bolivia.
Brazil became the first team to qualify for next summer's finals in Russia back in March when they beat Paraguay 3-0 and all of their stars, including Neymar and Philippe Coutino, are available.
Neymar will play in his first international since completing his world-record move to Paris St Germain while club teammates Marquinhos, Thiago Silva and Daniel Alves are all hoping to start. Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus is also expected to feature.
Tite has transformed Brazil, winning eight straight qualifying games since taking charge and his side stands nine points clear of second-placed Colombia with four qualifying games to play.
- France & over 2.5 goals
- Belgium -7
- Lukaku to score first
- Ronaldo to score first
- Portugal -3
- Brazil -1