The international break is never as exciting as club football, but with World Cup qualifying coming to a somewhat climactic close, there's certainly a few worthwhile games on show.
To take advantage of Sunday's qualifying matches, Planet Sport are offering customers a bet boost that sees Spain, Republic of Ireland and Portugal all to win rise from 3/1 to 7/2.
Spain vs Sweden
Our first selection sees the top two teams in Group B come face-to-face.
Spain's only loss in qualifying came against Sweden back in September, when Carlos Soler's early goal was cancelled out by Alexander Isak and Viktor Claesson's strikes.
However, Enrique's side have since picked up form, and despite losing the Nations League final to France back in October, they performed well to beat Italy in the semi-finals, and picked up wins against Georgia, Kosovo and Greece in qualifying.
With home advantage, and knowing a win is enough to send them to Qatar next year, Spain should have enough to see off Sweden in Seville.
Luxembourg vs Republic of Ireland
It's already been confirmed that neither Luxembourg or Republic of Ireland will be competing in Qatar next year, but a win for Stephen Kenny's side leapfrogs the Irish above Luxembourg in the standings.
Ireland started qualifying poorly by losing their opening two games, the first a 3-2 loss to Serbia before a 1-0 defeat to Luxembourg in the reverse fixture.
They lost away to Portugal, which was probably to be expected, but at 2-1 they did well to keep themselves in the game.
Since then, they've gone five games unbeaten, including the impressive 0-0 draw against Portugal last Thursday.
Having seemingly turned a corner from the start of their qualifying campaign, Ireland should have enough to overcome Luxembourg on their travels this Sunday.
Portugal vs Serbia
Another crucial match takes place this Sunday when the joint-leaders of Group A face off in Lisbon.
Portugal lead the group, but only on goal difference, Serbia are joint on points with 17.
Since then, Portugal have gone seven games unbeaten in qualifying, with the only draw being Thursday's stalemate with Republic of Ireland.
Serbia are also unbeaten in the group, and they too tripped up against Ireland back in September when Nikola Milenkovic's late own-goal meant they only took home a point.
It's all to play for on Sunday evening, but with experience and talent in abundance in the Portugal squad, they have the ability to see off Serbia and secure their place in the World Cup next year.
The loser of the game could yet join them in the tournament, but will have to go through the play-offs first.