Azerbaijan vs. Portugal (Tuesday, 5.00pm)
We say: Azerbaijan 0-2 Portugal
Azerbaijan have proven themselves to be a resilient outfit when under the cosh, and the absence of record-breaker Ronaldo is certainly a huge boost to the fired-up hosts.
However, the United man's absence allows the likes of Andre Silva and Jota the chance to shine for their country, and while Portugal cannot expect to cruise to a comfortable win, we are still backing a routine two-goal triumph for Santos's side.
Rep. Ireland vs. Serbia (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Republic of Ireland will be looking to record their first three points of their World Cup 2022 qualification campaign when they welcome Group A leaders Serbia to Dublin on Tuesday night.
Stephen Kenny's side will enter the match off the back of a 1-1 draw with Azerbaijan on Saturday, while Serbia moved to the top of the section courtesy of a 4-1 victory over Luxembourg.
We say: Republic of Ireland 1-2 Serbia
Ireland have not qualified for a World Cup since 2002, and it is difficult to imagine them progressing through this section. Serbia have scored 11 times in their four matches in the group to sit at the summit, and we are expecting the visitors to put another three points on the board here.
Bosnia H'vina vs. Kazakhstan (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
However, despite occupying fourth and fifth place respectively, a victor in Zenica could potentially move as high as second spot behind Group D leaders France.
We say: Bosnia-Herzegovina 3-1 Kazakhstan
With neither team having nothing to gain from a share of the spoils, we expect an entertaining fixture on Tuesday evening. However, while Kazakhstan will pose a threat in the final third, the home side's extra quality should see them prevail relatively comfortably.
France vs. Finland (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
After dropping yet another two points in World Cup 2022 Qualifying Group D, France desperately seek to return to winning ways on Tuesday when Finland pay a visit to Lyon's Groupama Stadium.
The reigning world champions came from behind to rescue a draw with Ukraine last time out, while Finland came out on top in a 1-0 success against Kazakhstan.
We say: France 1-0 Finland
Finland are more than capable of making this a tricky encounter for France, who are struggling for inspiration on the attacking front even more now that Mbappe has left the camp.
In spite of their early positive results and recent success over France, Finland have only scored twice in their last seven matches, and we can envisage Les Bleus returning to winning ways by a narrow margin here.
Montenegro vs. Latvia (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Defeat to the Dutch leaves the home side three points behind both the Oranje and Norway in the Group G standings, with Turkey a point further ahead; while the Latvians' latest loss leaves them languishing in fifth place.
We say: Montenegro 1-0 Latvia
Even in spite of a chastening defeat to follow their spirited draw in Turkey, back at their Podgorica headquarters, Montenegro are sure to be favourites for the win.
They can complete the double over Latvia on Tuesday, with only the absence of main man Stevan Jovetic restricting their ability to secure a more comfortable margin of victory.
Netherlands vs. Turkey (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Netherlands will be looking to move above Turkey to the top of Group G when the two teams continue their World Cup 2022 qualification campaigns in Amsterdam on Tuesday night.
Turkey are currently top of the section with 11 points to show from their first five matches, while the Netherlands occupy second position in the group, one point behind their opponents here.
We say: Netherlands 1-1 Turkey
Netherlands were far too strong for Montenegro on Saturday, but this will be a much tougher test for Van Gaal's side. Turkey disappointed at Euro 2020 but have proved to be a very strong outfit at this level, and we are expecting the two sides to share the points in Tuesday's Group G contest.
Norway vs. Gibraltar (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Gibraltar will be trying to pick up their first victory of their World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign when they travel to the Ullevaal Stadion to play Norway on Tuesday.
The hosts have picked up four points during this international break in Group G, with a victory potentially putting them top if other results go in their favour.
We say: Norway 4-0 Gibraltar
It is hard to look past anything other than a Norway victory in this particular fixture considering the form of each team, with the Lions likely set to cause Gibraltar some serious problems.
The visitors will be pleased to take any form of result here in order to get a much-needed point on the table, but Norway should have too much for them, bar a shock upset.
Croatia vs. Slovenia (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Group H remains tight - heading into the weekend, all six teams were separated by just three points - but wins for Croatia and Russia have seen them open out a small gap at the top.
We say: Croatia 2-1 Slovenia
Croatia will find themselves up against a resilient Slovenian side who are unbeaten in their last four games, but Dalic's team should be able to make their home advantage count and come away with all three points, despite a valiant fight by the visitors.
Russia vs. Malta (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Tackling their second successive island nation, leaders Russia welcome Malta to Moscow on Tuesday evening, in World Cup Qualifying Group H.
Following victory in Cyprus - which put them top of the table at the halfway stage - now the Russians encounter one of the minnows of European football, looking to round off a successful week of action.
We say: Russia 3-0 Malta
The home side have been given a minor makeover by new boss Valeri Karpin, and they should demonstrate what their next generation of attacking talent has to offer on Tuesday.
Malta have expended a lot of energy on two fine efforts in the space of a few days, which exceeded expectations but may have left their tank a little empty - and their thin squad is set to be exposed.
Slovakia vs. Cyprus (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Slovakia play host to Cyprus on Tuesday evening knowing that anything less than all three points will harm their chances of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup.
The same applies to their next opponents, who make the trip to Bratislava sitting bottom of Group H and six points adrift of the top two.
We say: Slovakia 2-1 Cyprus
With the stakes raised considerably, we expect a nervy match to occur on Tuesday evening. However, Slovakia are now forced to produce more quality in the final third, something which could play into their favour going forward.
Austria vs. Scotland (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
We say: Austria 2-1 Scotland
Never the most prolific of scorers, Scotland have looked short of ideas and a some composure during their first two games of this international period, so could be out-scored by an Austria side who - despite injuries - have several credible options in attack.
The home side are therefore set to go clear of their counterparts in the race for a top-two place, leaving the Scots in danger of falling behind if Israel also win again.
Denmark vs. Israel (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Back-to-back victories have helped Denmark take command of Group F, and they now attempt to finish with full points from their World Cup Qualifying triple-header after hosting Israel on Tuesday.
While their visitors are now up into second place in the battle for a playoff place, another win would establish Danish dominance and help them put one foot on the plane to Qatar.
We say: Denmark 2-1 Israel
Though Denmark's flawless qualifying record is likely to come under threat from in-form Israel - who have won three on the spin themselves - the hosts' combination of grit and experience should see them over the line against a potent attacking unit.
The contribution of their wing-backs is likely to give the Danes an edge, and victory will virtually assure that nothing prevents them from reaching next year's finals.
Faroe Islands vs. Moldova (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
The two bottom sides from Group F meet as the Faroe Islands take on Moldova in the World Cup 2022 qualifiers on Tuesday evening.
Both teams have just one point to show for their efforts so far this qualification campaign, but will see this game as an opportunity for a first win.
We say: Faroe Islands 1-0 Moldova
Whilst the two sides technically have identical recent records heading into the match, they have come about in quite different circumstances and we are backing the Faroes to build on their impressive performances and secure a narrow win on home soil.