Sunday represents the final weekend round of international fixtures this year before the domestic leagues kick back into action.
With nine Euro 2024 qualifiers to choose from, we've picked out four selections to make up a 12/1 accumulator...
Leg 1 - Hungary to Win in Hungary vs Montenegro @ 8/11
With Hungary already qualified for Euro 2024, and Montenegro requiring a victory to stand any chance of securing the second qualification spot, there's certainly more riding on this for the away side.
However, Hungary still need a positive result to assure themselves of top spot in the group, and Montenegro's potentially front-footed approach should play into their hands.
The Magyars have been imperious in Budapest so far, winning all three group games, while Montenegro's only away win came at bottom-placed Bulgaria in March.
There could be goals in this one with Hungary coming off the back of consecutive 2-2 draws, but in Dominik Szoboszlai they have a rare 'difference-maker'.
Leg 2 - Slovakia to Win in Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Slovakia @ 15/8
Another side to have secured qualification this week is Slovakia, whose 4-2 over Iceland on Thursday assured them of second.
They've been impressive in away games this campaign, winning three of their four so far. Their only away defeat came against runaway leaders Portugal, boasting superstar talents like Bernardo Silva and Rafael Leao.
The mood couldn't be more different in the Bosnia-Herzegovina camp after two consecutive defeats, the second of which was a 4-1 embarrassment in Luxembourg on Thursday.
Savo Milosevic named an experimental side for that game, shorn of the services of star duo Edin Dzeko and Miralem Pjanic, and they've done little to justify their tag of favourites heading into this one.
At 15/8, I fancy Slovakia to carry their momentum into Zenica and heap further misery on the hosts.
Leg 3 - Scotland to Win in Scotland vs Norway @ 5/4
The Scots scored two late goals to grab a dramatic win against Norway in Oslo in June, and with Erling Haaland's participation in doubt for Sunday, Steve Clarke's side look well-placed to do the double.
Haaland was a second-half substitute in Norway's 2-0 friendly win over the Faroe Island on Thursday, but the Manchester City striker was left clutching his ankle towards the latter stages of the game.
With a huge clash against Liverpool on the horizon, it wouldn't be a surprise to see the goalscoring machine rested at Hampden Park, and Norway's attack is further blunted by the absence of Alexander Sorloth.
Scotland have won all three group games in Glasgow, and they should send their fans off with something to smile about heading into 2024.
Leg 4 - Luxembourg to Win in Liechtenstein vs Luxembourg @ 1/5
Rounding off this fourfold are the short odds of Luxembourg to beat Liechtenstein. There isn't too much value in this one, but it does provide a little boost to the overall odds.
The explanation for this pick is pretty obvious, too - Liechtenstein have lost all nine games in Group J, conceding 27 goals and scoring just once.
The reverse fixture saw Luxembourg run out 2-0 winners in June, and since that result, the Red Lions have won three in six to make sure of third position in the table.
After scoring four goals against Bosnia on Thursday, Luxembourg should be confident of sweeping aside a Lichtenstein team which has lost their last 22 matches, going back to September 2021.
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