The home nations don’t have a World Cup to look forward to this summer but that doesn’t mean their respective latest friendly assignments aren’t significant as the quartet are all seeking to make progress ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, which gets under way in the autumn.
Wales entertain Iceland and Paddy Power quote Chris Coleman’s men at 11/10 to come out on top in Cardiff, where Gareth Bale is set to feature.
In Dublin, Martin O’Neill looks to extend his unbeaten start as Republic of Ireland boss by getting the better of Serbia, an outcome William Hill quote at 13/8.
The visitors (21/10, Coral) failed to make it to Brazil but ended the qualifying campaign strongly so they’ll be no pushovers at the Aviva Stadium, where there’s already been cash for the stalemate, now a 23/10 chance at Skybet.
However, under new management, the Irish could have the edge in this one and they’re 3/1 with bet365 to nick it by a one-goal margin.
Another side that might play out a stalemate are Northern Ireland, who head to Cyprus. BetVictor chalk Michael O’Neill’s troops up at 17/10 to prevail but Betfred’s 9/4 about an inconclusive affair is the stand out bet in Nicosia.