The final round of fixtures in the Euro 2024 qualifying group stage takes place on Tuesday and we have a farewell four-fold that works out at around 16/1.
Group B heavyweights France and Netherlands head the picks, which are bolstered by a low-scorer between Kosovo and Belarus and a Draw - Croatia Half Time/Full Time selection against Armenia.
Netherlands & Under 5.5 goals @ 8/11
Gibraltar are on a damage-limitation exercise for their Group B finale, a 'home' showdown with the already-qualified Dutch.
Netherlands head for Faro - Gibraltar's usual home ground is being redeveloped - on the back of the 1-0 win over the Republic of Ireland which booked their place at next summer's finals.
It wasn't an emphatic win though it was thoroughly deserved, and the narrowness of the victory wasn't actually much of a surprise. That might be a useful guide for Tuesday evening.
The Dutch have scored just 11 goals in their seven qualifiers and even at home to section whipping boys Gibraltar in March could only win 3-0.
Ronald Koeman is likely to turn to give some fringe players a run our in what is effectively a dead rubber, and he has to believe Gibraltar will be far sturdier than they were in Nice on Saturday when they crashed to a record 14-0 defeat at the hands of France.
The tone for that shocker was set by an early red card - Julio Ribas' men had to play 80 minutes with ten men and simply dissolved.
A Netherlands win looks inevitable and a Dutch victory in a game featuring under 5.5 goals at 8/11 looks good value.
France to win @ 3/5
France turned on the goalscoring taps against Gibraltar on Saturday night, but they will find Greece a far sturdier obstacle to overcome in Athens.
Didier Deschamps has said he will utilise the majority of his squad, which means the likes of Olivier Giroud and Ousmane Dembele, goalscorers off the bench in the weekend 14-0 romp in Nice, should be starting in Athens.
And Deschamps has also indicated he would like to cap a classy qualifying campaign by winning all eight of his country's assignments, so expect the French to be focused in the Greek capital.
Greece, with a play-off place banked, have nothing to play for but pride and pride means plenty to the Greeks, especially in front of their own fans.
They weren't disgraced in the return game in Paris in the summer when they were beaten only 1-0 by a Kylian Mbappe penalty.
But it means Gus Poyet's side have lost all three matches against the two Group B heavyweights and France can complete the clean sweep.
Under 2.5 goals @ 8/11
Goals have been scarce in the Group I campaigns of both Kosovo and Belarus, neither of whom have landed a blow in a race for the top two.
In a section where Switzerland and Romania were the big-hitters, Kosovo and Belarus ought to have fancied their chances, yet both are already eliminated going into the final round.
A lack of goals from both camps is largely to blame, with Kosovo scoring just ten goals in nine qualifiers and Belarus eight.
The Kosovans have lost just twice and drawn both home games against Romania and Switzerland.
Their games are always tight, however, which makes them largely unattractive to win in a game with so little riding on it. Under 2.5 goals, however, at 8/11 makes plenty of sense.
Draw - Croatia Half Time/Full Time result @ 13/5
Croatia's fate is in their own hands, but if we've learned anything about Armenia during Euro 2024 Qualifying, it's that you treat them lightly at your peril.
The Croats need a win in Zagreb to bank their place in Germany, though less may do depending on how Wales fare against Turkey.
That means the hosts will be feeling positive, though on a tense evening expect Armenia to make them work for their success.
This is a good Croatia side, but not a great one, amply demonstrated during a campaign in which they have lost at home to Turkey and taken one point from a possible six off Wales.
Armenia cannot qualify, but were the better side in Saturday afternoon's 1-1 draw with Wales, and can hold their heads high going into their final outing.
Croatia are short enough in the betting, but the Draw - Croatia Half Time/Full Time result at 13/5 would factor in the tension, and also the spirit that should see the hosts over the line.
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