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Having played out a memorable 3-3 draw in one of the games of Euro 2016, more goals look likely when Portugal take on Hungary.
That clash was the fifth time in sixth meetings that the Selecao have scored three times against this opposition, and took the total goal tally to 21 in six meetings – 3.5 per match.
Having taken just one point from their opening four qualifiers, Finland's World Cup dreams seem all but over already.
In contrast, Turkey are fighting to stay in touch with the top three in the group and should be good for a victory after winning four and losing none of their last six competitive home games.
While they may have ended their 86-match losing streak with a ecent victory over San Marino, Andorra have still taken zero points from their last 58 competitive qualifiers.
With four points to their name already from their opening four qualifiers, fellow minnows the Faroe Islands should ensure they come away with nothing once again.
Drawn in a tough qualification group alongside France and the Netherlands, Sweden will need to collect maximum points at home against a modest Belarus side.
Having won five and lost just one of their last eight competitive home games, Janne Andrsson's men should have little trouble in consigning the visitors to a ninth consecutive defeat in World Cup qualification.
After dropping jus two point en route to Euro 2016, Austria have made a severely disappointing start to World Cup qualification.
However, a home game against the World 162nd-ranked team should be enough to kick start their campaign, with Moldova having taken just three points from the last available 42 in competitive qualifiers.
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