The latest batch of European World Cup qualifiers concludes on Tuesday with three of the home nations in action and the added bonus of the Republic of Ireland's friendly clash with Qatar.
We've selected six matches for you to pick from for your Tuesday night acca and don't forget that with five selections or more you can take advantage of our fantastic ACCA INSURANCE offer. This promotion is available to new and existing Planet Sport Bet customers, and full T&Cs apply.
Faroe Islands vs Scotland
Bedlam is probably not strong enough a word to describe the scenes at Hampden Park after Scott McTominay's last-minute winner secured a 3-2 victory against Israel last time out, and that win could yet prove to be a defining moment in Scotland's World Cup qualifying campaign.
That victory was the third in a row in Group F for Steve Clarke's men, and with Denmark set to win the group Scotland are currently sitting pretty in second place, four points ahead of Austria and Israel.
And what would have pleased Clarke even more is that not only did his side come back twice against the Israelis but they scored three times for only the second occasion in the last two years.
One such time was their 4-0 win over the Faroe Islands in the reverse fixture and the Scots have the perfect opportunity to kick on even further with the rematch on the horizon.
The hosts have exceeded expectations in this group, taking four points off Moldova, but against anyone of a higher level, which is basically every other team, they have been found wanting, losing by a combined score of 14-1.
Now they have found their shooting boots we're expecting the in-form visitors to win more comfortably here, with Scotland -1 our first acca selection.
Bulgaria vs Northern Ireland
A 2-0 loss in Switzerland last time out has surely ended Northern Ireland's World Cup qualification hopes as they now lie six points behind the second-placed Swiss, with just three games remaining, one of which is against Italy.
And it's a similar tale of woe for Bulgaria after their 3-1 loss at Lithuania all but ended their own hopes of lining up in Qatar next year.
It's not hard to see why both these sides have struggled as Northern Ireland and Bulgaria have only managed to score four goals in five and six qualifying matches respectively, and in Northern Ireland's case they were all in one match against Lithuania!
Under 2.5 goals has been a profitable bet in four out of five Northern Ireland group games, and with the reverse fixture ending 0-0 we're happy backing that outcome once again.
Republic of Ireland vs Qatar
Their 1-0 loss to Luxembourg was the lowest point of the Republic of Ireland's World Cup qualification campaign, but in general it has been a bitterly disappointing year for Stephen Kenny's men.
Already out of contention in Group A, the hosts will probably relish a break from competitive action when they play a second friendly of 2021 against World Cup hosts Qatar. And Ireland will be feeling a whole lot better about themselves after a 3-0 win at Azerbaijan last time out.
As for Qatar, if the results of their last four friendlies are anything to go by, the chances of them making waves in their home tournament are about as remote as the temperature dropping below 25 degrees at the World Cup.
They have drawn two and lost two, including a 1-1 draw against their latest opponents and we reckon they are there for the taking at a raucous Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
The bookies agree as well, making the hosts favourites, but the price is still generous enough to tempt us into making it the next leg of our acca.
Portugal vs Luxembourg
When you support one of European soccer's lesser lights, memorable moments are few and far between, which makes Luxembourg's achievements in this qualifying campaign all the more impressive.
The Red Lions are third in Group A, ahead of the Republic of Ireland and Azerbaijan, both of whom they have beaten, and they also managed to temporarily bloody Portugal's nose after taking a shock lead at home in the reverse fixture, before succumbing to a 3-1 defeat.
Portugal are locked in a battle with Serbia for top spot, currently lying in second place after four wins and a draw from their first five games, one point behind Dragam Stojkovic's men but having played a game less.
With their rivals highly likely to dispatch Azerbaijan, nothing but a win will do for Cristiano Ronaldo and his Portuguese team-mates.
And while they have learned already that you underestimate the visitors at your peril, with Luxembourg failing to trouble the Serbian goal in their last encounter, we're not expecting lightning to strike twice and taking Portugal to win to nil here.
Sweden vs Greece
The hosts are just one point behind the leaders after an impressive campaign that has seen them win four and lose one of their five games, and with Spain not playing on Tuesday Janne Andersson's men will overtake them with victory against Greece.
However, that loss was in the reverse fixture and the visitors will also know that a repeat of that result will see them draw level on points with the hosts. Having yet to taste defeat in five matches, John Van't Schip's troops will be in confident mood.
Both sides warmed up for this clash with wins, with Sweden seeing off Kosovo and Greece besting Georgia, and with so little to choose between two sides in good form we're expecting an entertaining encounter, with both teams to score our pick here.
Albania vs Poland
We reckon we've spotted a bit of value here, with Poland potentially under-estimated as they head to Albania.
The hosts currently occupy second spot in Group I and have exceeded everyone's expectations by securing five wins from six games, but three of those were against San Marino and Andorra.
And while doing the double over Hungary is not to be sniffed at, the Magyars have looked shaky throughout this qualifying campaign and the latter of those victories was played in front of an empty stadium which surely must have unsettled the hosts.
Poland are a point behind their opponents but crucially have played pace-setters England twice, while Albania have yet to travel to Wembley, so Paulo Sousa will know that a victory in Tirana would be a giant step towards securing a top-two berth.
A routine 4-1 victory in the reverse fixture in September gives us no reason to think that a repeat isn't on the cards. And with odds that are currently hovering around evens for a Polish victory we can't resist that selection to round off our acca.