IT'S the final night of European qualifiers before we hit the play-offs – and there are a few issues to be settled.
Game of the night is between Portugal and Switerland with the European champions needing to win to claim top spot in Group B.
The Swiss opened their campaign with a 2-0 home success against Cristiano Ronaldo and Co and since then both sides have won eight in a row.
Portugal rested their top men for last week's game at Andorra but were forced to throw Ronaldo in after the interval and he broke the deadlock.
France are one point clear of Sweden in Group A and should seal the deal by beating Belarus in Paris. They slipped in their last home game by inexplicably drawing 0-0 with Luxembourg who then crashed 8-0 to the Swedes.
No mistakes this time from the French who should get the job done. They are of course short at 1-16 with Betfred and the handicap line is set at -3 so tough to find value.
Antoine Griezmaan is 16-5 to score first at sportingbet but will have plenty of competition.
Sweden's goal difference is 12 better than Holland so they'll clinch second spot assuming France win. However, it's important the Swedes don't lose as they need a point to be seeded for the play-offs.
The Dutch don't have much motivation here so Sweden draw no bet at 43-20 with Marathonbet could be the shout and both teams can score.
Belgium have strolled Group H and all Greece need to do is beat Gibraltar at home to take second ahead of Bosnia. Again finding value with the Greeks isn't easy with the handicap line set at -5 which is understandable as Gib have conceded 43 including six at home to Estonia last week.
Over 4.5 match goals pays 13-20 with Winner and Mitroglou is 2-1 with the same firm to score first.
- Ronaldo to score first
- Sweden draw no bet
- Greece v Gibraltar over 4.5 match goals
- Mitroglou to score first