There's international fixtures across Europe on Tuesday night and we've found a tempting 5/1 win treble with Sky Bet.
Belgium (v Iceland) - 2/7
This looks to be the banker part of our treble. Belgium travel to face Iceland in their UEFA Nations League - League A, Group 2 clash.
Iceland had a terrible start to the campaign as they were hammered 6-0 by Switzerland last time out, and they can expect another defeat here.
The Red Devils come into this on the back of a great World Cup campaign that saw them finish third overall.
They will be at full strength here given that this is a competitive fixture, and there is no doubt that they will be too strong for Iceland who have struggled since their heroics at Euro 2016.
Belarus (v Moldova) - 11/10
Belarus travel to take on Moldova looking for consecutive victories as the aim for promotion to League C.
They started off in the right manner, brushing past San Marino 5-0 to sit top of the pile. Belarus travel to face a Moldova side who were easily beaten 4-0 against Luxembourg.
Moldova will struggle here based on the quality of the two squads. The Belarus squad have experience of Champions League football with their domestic clubs, experience that will put them in a good place here.
Not forgetting that Moldova are also near 100 places lower than Belarus in the FIFA World Rankings.
Northern Ireland (v Israel) - 11/10
Northern Ireland aim to bounce back from defeat against Bosnia when they host Israel in an international friendly.
Despite this one not be a competitive competition, Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill has emphasised the importance of putting a win on the board.
"We'd like to see the same level of performance, the same intensity and same running power within the team and also a victory," he said. "We need to get back into that mindset."
They face an Israel side who sit 66 places below them in the FIFA World Rankings, and find themselves as outsiders in this one.
Northern Ireland shouldn't make wholesale changes here, which puts them in a good position.
Odds correct at 1530 BST (11/09/18)