Sky Live: Belgium travel to Greece in Sunday's World Cup Qualifiers
Last Updated: 03/09/17 7:48pm
We preview all of Sunday's World Cup Qualifiers, with eight vital games shown live on Sky Sports, including Greece v Belgium and Netherlands v Bulgaria.
Belarus v Sweden (5pm)
Netherlands v Bulgaria (5pm)
France v Luxembourg (7.45pm)
The Netherlands are on the brink of elimination from the 2018 World Cup following Thursday's 4-0 drubbing by France, and they host Bulgaria at 5pm on Sunday (Sky Sports Football, 4.55pm) desperately needing a win to stay in contention in Group A.
France now top Group A with 16 points, and host Luxembourg (Sky Sports Football Red Button, 7.40pm), while the Dutch are six points behind in fourth place, two points behind third-placed Bulgaria.
But a 3-2 defeat for second-placed Sweden in Bulgaria on Thursday means if the Dutch win their last three qualifiers, they could still finish second and advance to the play-off.
Sweden go to Belarus at the same time as Dick Advocaat's Netherlands play on Sunday (Sky Sports Football Red Button, 4.55pm).
Faroe Islands v Andorra (5pm)
Hungary v Portugal (7.45pm)
Latvia v Switzerland (7.45pm)
Switzerland have been dominant so far in qualifying, winning seven from seven, but Portugal are hot on their heels as Group B becomes a two-horse race, with two points separating them.
The Swiss go to bottom side Latvia on Sunday (Sky Sports Football Red Button, 7.40pm), while Portugal face a tough test in Hungary (both Sky Sports Football Red Button, 7.40pm).
In the third Group B game, Faroe Islands host Andorra (Sky Sports Football Red Button, 4.55pm) with a play-off spot firmly out of reach for both sides.
Estonia v Cyprus (5pm)
Gibraltar v Bosnia-Herzegovina (7.45pm)
Greece v Belgium (7.45pm)
Group leaders Belgium will secure a place in Russia if they beat second-placed Greece, while a draw in Piraeus will all but secure qualification due to the Red Devils' superior goal difference. They kick off at 7.45pm, live on Sky Sports Football from 7.40pm.
Bosnia-Herzegovina are in with a shout of reaching the play-offs, sitting two points behind Greece with three games to go, and they go to minnows Gibraltar (Sky Sports Football Red Button, 7.40pm), who have conceded 33 goals in seven games.
Cyprus, three points behind second-placed Greece, go to Estonia (Sky Sports Football Red Button, 4.55pm).