The opening round of Euro 2020 qualification gets up to full speed on Thursday with 10 matches taking place across the continent.
With plenty of matches to pick from, William Hill have a Super Odds market available on three of home favourites getting their campaigns off to a flying start.
Belgium to beat Russia
Roberto Martinez's side will be targeting another deep run in an international tournament having finished third at the World Cup last summer.
The Red Devils can usually be relied on to do the business on home soil and won both of their Nations League clashes in Brussels.
Russia, by contrast, haven't travelled well recently. The visitors lost 2-0 to Sweden in their last game on the road, as well as tasting defeat in friendlies in both Austria and Qatar over the last couple of years.
At around 1/3 (1.33) plenty of punters will consider Belgium to be banker material for their midweek coupons.
Austria to beat Poland
Despite not qualifying for the World Cup, Austria have put in some impressive friendly performances in front of their own fans in the past few months.
After a disappointing showing in Russia, Poland have struggled badly for positive results. They finished bottom of their Nations League group with just two points and haven't kept a clean sheet since their final group match of the last summer's tournament against Japan.
Northern Ireland to beat Estonia
Home advantage is usually key to Northern Ireland's chances and they should be able to get the better of Estonia in Belfast.
En route to a play-off place in World Cup qualifying group C, Michael O'Neill's side won four of their five matches at Windsor Park and they'll be keen to restore than winning feeling having gone pointless in their Nations League campaign. The quality of their opposition in that competition was higher than they'll face on Thursday night though.
While the home side were competing in League B last time out, Estonia were relegated from League C after finishing bottom of their group including defeats in Finland and Hungary.