The biggest price on this list is the intriguing tie between Montenegro and Norway at 21/20. The former have scored four goals in each of their last two home games, and have won three games on the trot. They did, however, concede to both Latvia and Gibraltar, leaving questions as to whether they can shut out Erling Haaland and co.
Also coming through at 60% are two selections that still hold a touch of value in Belgium v Belarus and Luxembourg v Portugal. Over 2.5 goals has landed in five of Belgium's last seven games, with Roberto Martinez's side registering 2+ in four of their last five. Their frontline will be fancying their chances against a Belarus side that has conceded five in their last two away games.
On the topic of frontlines, Portugal's attack looked much more rejuvenated against Serbia. Diogo Jota grabbed a brace, whilst Cristiano Ronaldo was denied a clear goal late on. They are heavy favourites against Luxembourg, and will fancy their chances in grabbing at least a couple again.
Last on our list is the very short price between Gibraltar and the Netherlands at 1/10. Such odds stem from the former's defensive record - they have conceded seven from their last two games. With respect, they look to be the 'whipping boys' of the group, and Holland will be expected to prevail comfortably.