A look at Monday's World Cup qualifiers

Holland vs France is the pick of the fixtures

BY Simon Maguire 15:29 Monday 10 October 2016, 15:29 10 Oct 2016

Picture by: Pavel Golovkin / AP/Press Association Images

There are nine fixtures taking place across the continent tonight as the European qualifying groups for the 2018 World Cup begin to take shape.

In group A, Holland entertain France in the pick of the ties at the Amsterdam Arena. Both teams go into the game level on four points with the same goal difference.  

Sweden, also on four points, welcome Bulgaria to the Friends Arena in Solna. The Bulgarians currently sit on three points going into the game. Luxembourg travel to Belarus in the group's other match.

In group B, leaders Switzerland travel to pointless Andorra as they look to solidify their position atop the standings. Portugal travel to the Faroe Islands looking to overtake the minnows. The Faroe's go into the match on four points with their Iberian opponents a point behind. The other game in the group sees Latvia host Hungary.

In group H, Greece travel to Estonia, Belgium head to Gibralter and Cyrpus make their way to Zenica to play Bosnia and Herzegovina. Belgium and Greece lead the way in the group with both teams having won their opening two matches.


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