The Nations League continues again today as we see the likes of Spain, England and Iceland in action.
Spain hosting England is the stand-out fixture in today’s line-up. We have all you need to know ahead of the huge clash here.
But we take you through four other games that could catch the eye tonight.
Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland were beaten 1-0 by Austria on Friday to leave them in desperate need of three points to avoid the threat of relegation.
They take on a Bosnia side that have collected maximum points from their first two games. They are 4/6 to secure a second-successive victory over Norn Iron.
The Zmajevi will be fired up and are 7/2 to net win with both teams to score.
Edin Dzeko is also 7/2 to bag two or more goals. Kyle Vassell is 5/1 to get his first goal for Northern Ireland.
Iceland v Switzerland
Iceland return to Nations League action tonight after their friendly draw with World Champions France last week.
They take on a Switzerland team that stuck six goals past them in September.
The Swiss had a massive 21 shots compared to the Icelandic’s three. The Nati are 11/2 to win and Over 3.5 Goals.
Iceland will be desperate to start fast and they are 17/10 to score first.
Finland v Greece
This pair are about to embark on a double header that may prove crucial in deciding their Nations League fate.
Finland have won all three of their C2 matches by a 1-0 score line. They are 5/1 to win 1-0 again, having beaten Greece by the same result last time they met.
The Greeks are three points behind their opponents and are 15/8 to snare the victory.
Estonia v Hungary
The other game in this group sees Estonia take on Hungary.
Looking at their previous meetings, the Hungarians have plundered five goals in two of their last three matches.
But Magyars haven’t scored more than one goal in four of their last five games. Estonia are yet to score a goal in their last three matches.
This could be a low scoring affair and is 15/4 for a Hungary win and to feature Under 1.5 goals.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.