There's more action elsewhere as the likes of Belgium, Germany and Spain look to take their a big step towards World Cup qualification.
Plus, there's the small matter of Brazil vs Argentina.
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Belgium vs Czech Republic
The hosts are currently top of their group and have a three-point advantage over their upcoming opponents.
A win for the Czechs would certainly make things interesting and a win is certainly not out of the question.
Both teams have won two of their last five head-to-heads while the last meeting ended in a 1-1 draw.
All three of their most recent encounters ended with both teams on the scoresheet and with that in mind, we're backing that same bet to land for a fourth successive time.
Germany vs Armenia
Germany will be looking to go top of their group when they take on current leaders, Armenia.
Following their defeat to North Macedonia, the Germans slipped down the rankings and are currently second in the group.
However, Die Mannschaft are under new management and Hansi Flick will be hoping for a trouble-free qualifying campaign.
On paper, their 2-0 win over Liechtenstein was underwhelming but then again, they did have a total of 30 goal attempts.
Should the Germans improve their accuracy, they shouldn't have too many problems against the Armenians.
This is a side they beat on all three previous occasions, enjoying a 15-2 aggregate scoreline along the way.
With that in mind, Germany to win both halves makes our acca at around the 2/5 mark.
San Marino vs Poland
The hand of god. That is often the reference to Diego Maradona's famous effort against England at the 1986 World Cup. Not in Poland though.
The hand of god refers to Jan Furtok's effort from Poland's 1993 1-0 victory over San Marino.
It was a 75th minute winner, in a game which San Marino should have won considering they had a shot cleared off the line and suffered the misfortune of conceding a goal despite a clear handball.
Since then, there have been other memorable moments. Poland's 10-0 win back in 2009 certainly makes that list. San Marino's equalising goal back in 2013 was also noteworthy - even though they went on to lose 5-1.
This is certainly one fixture worth keeping your eye on. Nevertheless, we're backing the over 5.5 goals bet at around the 21/20 mark.
Spain vs Georgia
On paper, Spain are expected to put the kibosh on Georgia this Sunday.
But then again, many home fans will recall their 1-0 defeat to the Georgians just five years ago. A solitary goal from Tornike Okriashvili helped the visitors to a memorable win.
Spain have already dropped four points in their group and currently sit second. A draw against Greece and a defeat to Sweden leaves the Spaniards with a lot of ground to make up if they are to qualify automatically.
However, with Georgia in poor form - managing just one win from 11 - our tip is to back the home side to get back on track.
Switzerland vs Italy
There's a heavyweight clash in Group C as newly crowned European Champions travel away to Switzerland.
The Italians are unbeaten since 2018 and if they can maintain that against the Swiss, they will break the all-time international record of 35 games without defeat.
Nevertheless, the home side shouldn't be underestimated. Switzerland have only lost two of their last 13 games - both coming in the Euros against Italy and Spain.
However, with the Italians winning 12 of their last 13 games on the road, they're the ones to back in the outright market.
Brazil vs Argentina
Tite's men currently top the World Cup qualifiers in South America with a perfect record of seven wins from seven.
Argentina are also unbeaten but their three draws leave Lionel Scaloni's men six points behind the Brazilians.
Both teams are expected to qualify but that doesn't mean this game will be any less intense.
In fact, our last acca bet comes in the booking points market. More specifically, we're backing the over 62.5 points at around the 21/20 mark.