The Euro 2020 qualifiers continue on Friday and Bulgaria and Portugal can claim home wins, while Harry Kane can add to his England account against the Czech Republic.
Bulgaria take on Montenegro on Friday in the opening round of Euro 2020 qualifiers and this match could well be crucial for both sides.
These two teams are joined by England and the Czech Republic in a tough-looking Group A, and Bulgaria can strike an early blow with a win in Sofia.
The hosts have been strong at home in recent years and have nine wins in 13 games since late 2015. Montenegro are no pushovers but have just one win in their last six away, and their hopes of reaching Euro 2020 will probably depend on how hey fare in their own home games.
Harry Kane ended an eight-game goalless run for England in the Nations League win over Croatia last time out.
The Spurs striker has been in fine form for his club going into this latest batch of international fixtures with 11 goals in his last 12 games, including four in his last five appearances since returning from injury, and can open the scoring when the Three Lions host Czech Republic in their Euro 2020 opener.
Current European champions Portugal face a tough opener as Ukraine visit and they should be able to come out on top, but it could be closer than many may expect.
The hosts have managed just one win in their last three at home, drawing the other two, and rarely do they put teams to the sword. Aside from a 4-1 mauling in Slovakia late last year Ukraine tend to travel well, with just one other defeat in their last 10 away games, and this game could well be decided by just the one goal in Portugal’s favour.
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