England to win -1 goal
England v Poland 2-0
With six points from their first two World Cup Qualifying matches, England will be full of optimism that they can maintain their 100% record against Poland.
It’s likely that Gareth Southgate sees the Poles as the Three Lions’ biggest test in the group, and with two victories already in the bag, they go into this in great shape.
It also looks as if England have had a bit of luck. The talismanic Robert Lewandowski will miss out at Wembley, which for the visitors, to put it mildly, is a huge blow.
For me, it all points towards an England win which would solidify their position at the top of Group I and make it a very successful International break for Southgate and his team.
Scotland v Faroe Islands 4-0
Scotland welcome the Faroes to Hampden after drawing their first two World Cup Qualifiers. That said, their 1-1 draw away to Israel must go down as a point gained after being a goal down.
The Scots haven’t won a match since they secured their place at Euro 2020, however, this does represent a slightly easier challenge for Steve Clarke’s men.
An early goal would do them no harm, as these ties can become awkward the longer it stays goal-less. However, I’ve seen enough of Scotland recently to believe they should have more than enough to run out comfortable winners at Hampden.