Kazakhstan vs. Finland (Tuesday, 3.00pm)
While the visitors sit three points adrift of second-placed Ukraine with three games left, Kazakhstan have already been eliminated from Group D after failing to win any of their six fixtures.
We say: Kazakhstan 1-1 Finland
Despite their position in the group, Kazakhstan have proven that they cannot be taken lightly. With that in mind, we feel that a low-scoring draw is the most likely result, a scoreline which will do the visitors no favours.
Portugal vs. Luxembourg (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Fernando Santos's side eased to a 3-0 friendly win over Qatar at the weekend, while their upcoming opponents suffered a 1-0 defeat to group leaders Serbia.
We say: Portugal 3-0 Luxembourg
Luxembourg are not the easiest side in the world to break down, and the returns of Martins Pereira and Rodrigues will both be welcomed with open arms ahead of this fixture.
However, Portugal's big-hitters are well-rested and will have no intention of letting their side's remarkable home streak in World Cup Qualifying end, so we can only back Santos's sice to prevail comfortably.
Serbia vs. Azerbaijan (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Serbia can take one step closer to potential qualification for World Cup 2022 when they host Azerbaijan in Belgrade on Tuesday evening.
The hosts currently sit top of Group A in European qualifying, eight points ahead of Luxembourg in third place, whilst the visitors only have pride left to play for as they find themselves bottom after six matches.
We say: Serbia 2-0 Azerbaijan
With little to play for for the visitors, and this clash being vital for the hosts, a home win is the likely outcome here.
The difference in quality should also show, as Serbia should comfortably see off Azerbaijan to keep the pressure on Portugal at the top of Group A.
Bulgaria vs. N. Ireland (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
While the Green and White Army were beaten by Switzerland in controversial circumstances, the Bulgarians slipped up against lowly Lithuania in Vilnius - leaving both sides now battling only for pride.
We say: Bulgaria 1-1 Northern Ireland
Both sides lack potency in the penalty area, which accounts for their inability to secure enough points for a realistic shot at qualification for next winter's global gathering in the Middle East.
While Bulgaria boast more credible options in the final third, Northern Ireland are renowned for their gritty application for good reason, and can therefore grind out a point at Stadion Vassil Levski.
Lithuania vs. Switzerland (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Switzerland continue their pursuit of top spot in Group C on Tuesday, as they visit Vilnius to take on Lithuania in World Cup qualifying.
While the Swiss claimed victory at the weekend - closing the gap to leaders Italy down to three points, with this game still in hand - their hosts were delighted to post a first win of the qualification campaign.
We say: Lithuania 0-2 Switzerland
After a mixed start gave them a significant deficit to make up, Switzerland can catch Italy on points by putting lowly Lithuania to the sword.
Though confidence will be boosted in the hosts' squad following a rare competitive victory, they are now stepping up in class. Without doubt, the 'Nati' will dominate events in Vilnius and have a variety of goal sources to exploit, even in the absence of some regular faces.
Kosovo vs. Georgia (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Georgia are bottom of the section with just one point to show from their six World Cup 2022 qualification fixtures, while Kosovo have collected four points from their six matches to occupy fourth.
We say: Kosovo 1-1 Georgia
Georgia's overall performance against Greece on Saturday was encouraging, but Kosovo found it difficult to compete against Sweden for long spells. The home side will fancy their chances of triumphing here, but we are expecting Georgia to be good enough for a point on Tuesday night.
Sweden vs. Greece (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Sweden will be looking to move to the top of Group B when they continue their World Cup 2022 qualification campaign at home to Greece on Tuesday night.
Janne Andersson's side are currently second in the section, one point behind leaders Spain, while Greece occupy third, three points behind Sweden heading into this key encounter.
We say: Sweden 2-1 Greece
This is set to be a fascinating battle, and Spain will be watching closely to see what occurs. Sweden were excellent against Kosovo last time out, but Greece have now won their last two in the section; we are expecting a tight game on Tuesday but have just sided with a narrow home success.
Ukraine vs. Bosnia H'vina (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Ukraine play host to Bosnia-Herzegovina on Tuesday evening knowing that three points will put them on the brink of securing second spot in Group D.
However, victory for the visitors would see them move ahead of their opponents with a game in hand, heaping the pressure on both nations in Lviv.
We say: Ukraine 2-1 Bosnia-Herzegovina
With France out of the way, Bosnia-Herzegovina will feel that a win on Tuesday could eventually prove enough to claim a playoff spot. However, not many nations return from Ukraine with a victory, and that leads us to predict a win for the hosts.
Denmark vs. Austria (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The hosts have achieved perfection to this point of the campaign, whilst their upcoming opponents have underperformed and find themselves fourth in the group with just three games remaining.
We say: Denmark 2-1 Austria
Whilst the Austrians have more to play for and, on paper, should be one of the hardest opponents for Denmark, we think The Red and White will still have too much quality in their ranks.
They also have the momentum and will remember dismantling Austria on their own turf in the reverse fixture back in March.
Faroe Islands vs. Scotland (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The visitors currently sit second in Group F and therefore in the crucial playoff position, whilst their hosts now officially have no chance of qualification sitting down in fifth, 10 points back.
We say: Faroe Islands 0-2 Scotland
Scotland's attack may leave a lot to be desired at times, scoring just 12 times in their seven games so far, but their defence has been solid and they will surely find a way past the Faroe Islands defence with such an important win at stake. We are backing a comfortable 2-0 victory.
Israel vs. Moldova (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The hosts sit third in Group F and are involved in a tight battle for the playoff spot, whilst their upcoming opponents are bottom of the group having picked up just a single point.
We say: Israel 2-0 Moldova
Moldova have actually drawn three of their six matches against Israel, but we do not see that being repeated on this occasion. The Israelis will be totally focused on making amends for the Scotland game and keeping their World Cup dreams alive, so we expect a comfortable 2-0 win on Tuesday.
Albania vs. Poland (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
We say: Albania 1-2 Poland
This may appear to be a routine win for Poland at first glance, but Albania continue to defy expectation in World Cup Qualifying and are not to be taken lightly.
However, Poland's 4-1 thrashing of the Red and Blacks last month should serve them well, and Sousa could afford to rest some big names at the weekend, so we expect the visitors to gain the upper hand in the battle for second spot with a narrow win.
England vs. Hungary (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
With a routine path to Qatar 2022 now firmly in their sights, England return to Wembley for World Cup 2022 Qualifying action against Hungary on Tuesday night.
The Three Lions produced a five-star performance to ease past Andorra on Saturday evening, while their visitors succumbed to a 1-0 defeat to Albania last time out.
We say: England 3-0 Hungary
The despicable acts of some fans may have overshadowed England's romping win in Hungary last month, but on the pitch, Southgate's side were simply a class above and should have too much for their opponents with a well-rested first XI.
After such a bright start to their World Cup bid, Hungary have lost their golden touch since Euro 2020, and another Qualifying campaign is set to end in tatters for the visitors.
San Marino vs. Andorra (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
A prime opportunity for only a second-ever win in San Marino's history presents itself to the world's worst-ranked team on Tuesday, with fellow minnows Andorra paying a visit in a World Cup 2022 Qualifying dead rubber.
Both sides' have already seen any fleeting qualification hopes dashed after 5-0 defeats on Saturday, with the hosts outclassed by Poland while Andorra were outgunned by England.
We say: San Marino 0-0 Andorra
A clash between the world's 156th and 210th-ranked nations is hardly going to set the world alight, but there may be no better opportunity for San Marino's current crop to try to write their names into national history.
However, with this game already being a dead rubber and players fatigued from Saturday's humiliating defeats, we expect the two minnows to play out a drab draw as San Marino register only their eighth match without defeat.