N. Macedonia vs. England (Monday, 7.45pm)
The Three Lions have enjoyed a strong campaign, picking up 19 points from seven matches to comfortably top Group C and advance to next summer's European Championship, but North Macedonia have been eliminated from qualification contention, with the visitors down in fourth position in the section.
We say: North Macedonia 1-2 England
This has the potential to be a tricky match for England, as North Macedonia have a number of talented players, and the Three Lions were not exactly at their inspiring best against Malta. We are expecting England to win, but it might be a close match in terms of the scoreline on Monday night.
Ukraine vs. Italy (Monday, 7.45pm)
Italy are currently second in the section and will qualify if they avoid defeat to Ukraine, but the hosts would book their spot in the finals with a victory over the Blues.
We say: Ukraine 2-2 Italy
This has all of the makings of a fascinating contest, and we are expecting there to be some twists and turns along the way, but Italy should get the result that they need to automatically qualify for Euro 2024, with Ukraine then potentially having another chance through the playoffs.
Czech Republic vs. Moldova (Monday, 7.45pm)
Just two points separate the second and fourth-placed nations in Group E, the home side only requiring a point and the visitors needing all three.
We say: Czech Republic 2-0 Moldova
Having battled back to earn a draw with Albania, Moldova deserve respect ahead of this contest as they bid to make the breakthrough on the international scene. However, we feel that Czech Republic's superior quality and experience will prove decisive, a goal in each half earning a professional win.
Albania vs. Faroe Islands (Monday, 7.45pm)
Albania square off against Faroe Islands on Monday evening looking for the win that will guarantee top spot in Group E.
At a time when the home side have already secured a place at Euro 2024, the visitors are bottom with just one point to their name.
We say: Albania 3-0 Faroe Islands
Despite their qualification, Albania still have targets to meet, and that is unlikely to bode well for their opponents. We expect the home side to breeze to success in Tirana ahead of their return to major tournament football next year.
N. Ireland vs. Denmark (Monday, 7.45pm)
A 2-1 win at Parken over Slovenia on Friday means Kasper Hjulmand will lead the nation to a third straight major competition under his stewardship.
We say: Northern Ireland 0-2 Denmark
Northern Ireland have only scored in one of their qualifiers, excluding the wins over San Marino, and are likely to struggle again against the group winners.
Denmark will hope for slip-ups elsewhere, but with the impetus of chasing a pot one seeding, Hjulmand should have them motivated here.
Slovenia vs. Kazakhstan (Monday, 7.45pm)
Slovenia and Kazakhstan meet in a huge, winner-takes-all encounter in Euro 2024 qualifying on Monday.
A win for the visitors on Friday paired with Slovenia's defeat in Denmark means a Kazakh victory here will send them through, while any other result will be enough for the hosts.
We say: Slovenia 3-1 Kazakhstan
Despite a potentially tense affair being on the cards for hosts Slovenia, knowing they only need to avoid defeat may settle the side down slightly after defeat on Friday.
Having come so close, Kazakhstan will be devastated if they are to fall at the final hurdle, but against a side who beat them at home earlier in the campaign, it may be just too much to ask for the dark horses in Group H.
San Marino vs. Finland (Monday, 7.45pm)
Minnows San Marino welcome Finland to Serravalle in a dead rubber to round off their respective Euro 2024 qualifying campaigns on Monday.
Despite heading towards another pointless campaign, San Marino did at least score in consecutive games for the first time in 18 years, by netting against Kazakhstan on Friday.
We say: San Marino 0-4 Finland
A fixture against the group minnows should boost morale and help Finland to go out on a high before entering the playoffs, and their last 12 qualifying wins have seen them keep a clean sheet on each occasion and San Marino are unlikely to threaten ending that record.
The hosts are cut adrift and will just be targeting a goal or a 0-0 draw to round off another luckless campaign for the minnows, but both are unlikely.