19:45 Tuesday

Ukraine vs Scotland – Both Teams To Score

Ukraine face Scotland in Krakow for the promotion spot in League B Group 1. Scotland are sitting top of the table with 12 points after five games, with Ukraine just two points behind them. They only played each other at Hampden Park last Wednesday, with Scotland coming out 3-0 winners. Last summer, they suffered defeat to the Ukrainians in the World Cup play-offs, ruining their chance at a spot in the World Cup. Ukraine went on to lose to Wales, who will be in Qatar.

Since the last game between the two sides, Scotland came from behind to beat Ireland, while Ukraine ran out comfortable 5-0 winners against Armenia. With Ukraine needing to have a real go at the Scots in order to secure promotion to League A, we could see a thrilling encounter to close off Group 1. Ukraine have proved they can score against the Scots, which hints at both teams scoring on Tuesday evening.

19:45 Tuesday

Portugal vs Spain – Portugal to win

Like Ukraine and Scotland, Portugal and Spain both have a chance to secure their spot in the Nations League Finals in the clash in Braga. Spain have it all to do if they want that spot though, as they will need to win to keep their Nations League Finals dream alive.

Portugal have won three of their last four fixtures since the 1-1 draw with Spain back in early June, whereas Spain have only won two, with that defeat against Switzerland meaning the latest edition of the Iberian derby is a must win for them.

Joao Cancelo will be back from suspension which saw him miss the 4-0 win over the Czech Republic and with the form he is in, he will be looking to help Ronaldo and co to their second Nations League Finals since the tournament’s inauguration.

With Portugal in front of their home fans, we think they’ll win in style against La Roja in Braga.

19:45 Tuesday

Norway v Serbia – Haaland to score anytime

Erling Haaland is the top scorer in the Nations League so far, with six goals to his name. Both Norway and Serbia are sitting on 10 points from their first five games in their Nations League group, and whoever wins in Norway will be promoted to League A.

Haaland has been electric for Manchester City, blowing the Premier League away with his top quality and proving a real hand for defenders, no matter how experienced they come.

Haaland scored in his sides 2-1 defeat to Slovenia, as well as scoring last time they played Serbia in a 1-0 win for the Norwegians. We think with the form the big Norwegian is on, he is highly likely to score against the Serbians, which we think he will do.