Its Greece v Slovakia and Bosnia-Herzegovina V Liechtenstein live streaming from Group D with both games available to watch online with Bet365, the firm reports.
Greece go into their game against Slovakia as 4/7 favourites knowing that they need to win to keep up with Bosnia as both sides are neck and neck in the final stages of World Cup Qualification.
Out of all the qualification groups, the closest seems to be Group G where Greece and Bosnia are both neck and neck at the top of the group with just two games left to go.
Greece have by far the trickiest of tonight’s games as they host 3rd place Slovakia in Athens and will look to many of their more experienced campaigners to help get the job done.
This means that the likes of Dimitris Salpingidis and Giorgios Karagounis will likely start the game and look to use their experience to overtake a Slovakia side lacking in confidence.
However, the Greeks will go into the game hoping that the likes of Giorgios Samaras and Kostas Mitroglou can pick up some much needed goals with the 2004 European Champions having only scored 9 goals in their 8 games so far.
For Slovakia, it will be a case of what could’ve been with the 2010 World Cup participants having been eliminated from the competition despite sitting in third palce in the group.
As there is nothing on the line, captain Marek Hamsik has refused to play as he has opted to rest and focus on staying fit for Napoli as they push for the Serie A title.
In addition to that, Filip Holosko will miss the tie through injury however Vladimir Weiss and Miroslav Stoch will still be available and provide some trouble to the Greek back four.
Bosnia will be in store for a much more comfortable night though as the group leaders will be facing off against minnows Liechtenstein in Zenica.
Bosnia’s only injury concern for the tie is that they will be without Freiburg defender Mensur Mujdza who picked up an injury in training for the game.
With Liechtenstein not expected to have any major impact on the game, it means that Man City striker Edin Dzeko could be keen to help Bosnia extend their impressive goal difference which is what has put them ahead of Greece in the table so far.
By having a +15 advantage over Greece in the standing, Bosnia know that a win tonight will put them in the driving seat to qualify for their first ever World Cup finals.