San Marino v Germany – Friday 19:45, Sky Interactive

Following their 2-0 victory over Northern Ireland, Germany are one of only four European teams to have a 100% record after three games in qualification. Much tougher tasks lie ahead than a trip to San Marino, so expect Joachim Low to use this as an opportunity to experiment with his squad.

San Marino’s goal to make it 1-1 in their away match in Norway was possibly the best moment of these qualifiers to date, with an enormous reaction to it on social media. Although they went on to lose 4-1, by their usual standards nine goals conceded (and that one scored) from their first three represents a decent return.

Whomever Low chooses to start will be delighted as this will be a fantastic opportunity for them to fill their boots. The last time Germany visited San Marino was in 2008 where it finished 13-0, but since then San Marino have lost only two of their 30 home games by more than six goals. As a result, we’ll back the minnows on the +7 handicap against what won’t be a full strength German side.

San Marino +7 Handicap - 1pt @ 2.0