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Thursday

Armenia v Poland: Away win (2/9*)

Live on Sky Sports Football and Main Event, kick-off 17:00 BST.

Poland have lost just one of their last eight World Cup qualifiers and don’t look like getting beat on their trip to Yerevan.

England v Slovenia: Home win (7/20*)

Live on ITV, kick-off 19:45 BST.

The Three Lions haven’t lost a WCQ since 2007 and currently sit comfortably top of Group F. A win for Gareth Southgate’s men would assure qualification for the 2018 tournament.

Scotland v Slovakia: Home win (7/5*)

Live on Sky Sports Main Event and Red Button, kick-off 19:45 BST.

Lithuania v Scotland tips

2018 World Cup qualifiers acca: Scotland are buoyant at the moment.

Gordon Strachan’s men have kept their dream of qualifying for Russia by recording two straight wins and going five straight unbeaten.

Northern Ireland v Germany: Away win (3/10*)

Live on Sky Sports Football, kick-off 19:45 BST.

Die Mannschaft haven’t lost a WCQ in 16 years and will look to conclude their campaign in style, gaining momentum to retain their crown.

Friday

Georgia v Wales: Away win (13/20*)

S4C, Sky Sports Football and Main Event, kick-off 17:00.

Chris Coleman’s Dragons dipped in the middle of their qualification endeavour, recording five consecutive draws in their last seven games.

However, they look back on track and qualifying for Russia 2018 is within their grasp.

Spain v Albania – Home win (1/12*)

Live on Sky Sports Red Button, kick-off 17:00 BST.

The 2010 World Cup winners recently dismantled Italy 3-0, a vivid display of the sheer power of Spain’s squad that oozes class.

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