Austria vs. Slovakia (Sunday, 4.30pm)
The hosts are looking to bounce back from Wednesday's narrow 1-0 defeat to England, while Slovakia will be aiming to improve on a 1-1 draw with Bulgaria the day beforehand.
We say: Austria 1-1 Slovakia
With little separating these two nations, we can envisage a low-scoring draw.
Neither manager will want to lose ahead of Euro 2020, so it would be little surprise to see a stalemate play out.
England vs. Romania (Sunday, 5.00pm)
England will round off their preparations for this summer's European Championships with a clash against Romania at the Riverside Stadium on Sunday evening.
We say: England 2-0 Romania
There are a lot of unknowns surrounding Southgate's team selection for this match, but the Three Lions should have too much for Romania regardless of the XI that is sent onto the field in Middlesbrough.
Bellingham could be handed another chance to take his claim for a midfield spot, while there is seemingly a position up for grabs in the middle of the defence due to Maguire's ankle issue.
Denmark vs. Bosnia H'vina (Sunday, 5.00pm)
The Nordic nation are looking strong ahead of the tournament, which their opponents failed to qualify for after losing in the playoffs.
We say: Denmark 3-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina
If Denmark are looking for a confidence boost ahead of the Euros, this may be the perfect game. It should be a fairly straightforward task for Eriksen and co to dispatch of a Bosnia side that are on a poor run of results and missing their star players.
Luxembourg vs. Scotland (Sunday, 5.00pm)
The Tartan Army are unbeaten in each of their last four matches across all competitions, while the Red Lions have won one of their last eight games on home soil.
We say: Luxembourg 0-2 Scotland
With little riding on this fixture for Luxembourg, they can play without any real pressure, while Scotland will be hoping they can head into Euro 2020 on a high with a win on Sunday.
The hosts may prove to be a challenging opponent and difficult to break down, but we feel that the Tartan Army should have enough quality to find the net and claim a victory.
Netherlands vs. Georgia (Sunday, 5.00pm)
The Netherlands will complete their preparations for Euro 2020 with a friendly against Georgia at De Grolsch Veste in Enschede on Sunday evening.
Frank de Boer's side played out a 2-2 draw with Scotland in their last match on Wednesday, while Georgia will enter the contest off the back of a morale-boosting 2-1 success away to Romania.
We say: Netherlands 2-1 Georgia
Georgia are certainly capable of making this an uncomfortable match for the home team, who are expected to make wholesale changes for their final match before Euro 2020. However, the Netherlands should have enough to secure a narrow victory at De Grolsch Veste.
Norway vs. Greece (Sunday, 6.00pm)
Stale Solbakken's side enjoyed a 1-0 victory over Luxembourg in midweek, while Greece produced a resilient showing to hold the world's number-one ranked side Belgium to a 1-1 draw.
We say: Norway 1-2 Greece
The likes of Haaland, Odegaard and Sorloth always carry a goal threat for Norway, but having struggled to break down Luxembourg, a clash with Greece and their newfound dogged defence is hardly cause for optimism.
Solbakken's side should still have enough about them to find the back of the net, but we can envisage another strong showing from Greece as Van 't Schip's unbeaten run continues with a narrow success.
Belgium vs. Croatia (Sunday, 7.45pm)
Belgium and Croatia will both endeavour to round off their Euro 2020 preparations with a victory when they do battle at the King Baudouin Stadium in Sunday's friendly.
Both footballing powerhouses played out 1-1 draws in their midweek encounters, with Belgium being held by Greece while the Chequered Ones failed to get one over Armenia.
We say: Belgium 1-1 Croatia
Both sides are in desperate need of an injection of confidence following less-than-satisfactory midweek results, but this fixture has all the makings of another cagey affair.
Belgium have not suffered defeat on home soil for over four years, but plenty of Croatia's big-hitters were spared for the final 45 minutes of their clash with Armenia, so we anticipate another close battle ending all square.
Algeria vs. Mali (Sunday, 8.45pm)
On the other hand, the visitors are also in fine form heading into the clash as they have lost just one of their last eight fixtures.
We say: Algeria 3-1 Mali
Algeria have been a real force to reckon with, especially in front of their fans, and we are tipping them to get the job done against a Mali side who should give them a run for their money.