Croatia head into the last round of Nations League fixtures sitting top of Group A1 and knowing that they will be in the season-ending finals if they merely match Denmark’s result against France.
Zlatko Dalic’s (pictured) Croatia fell to a 3-0 at home to Austria to kick off the 2022-23 Nations League but they steadied the ship with a 1-1 draw against France.
The 2018 World Cup finalists have since picked up three successive victories to emerge as the league leaders with one game left to play.
Croatia head to Austria for a 19:45 kick off with revenge on their mind and eager to keep building momentum as they attempt to book a spot in the finals (Match Betting – Austria 19/10, Draw 23/10, Croatia 8/5).
Denmark sit second in the section, just one point further back, and need to beat current champions France, who could still be relegated, to have any hope of pipping Croatia to top spot (Match Betting – Denmark 23/10, Draw 12/5, France 5/4).
Meanwhile, Turkey and Kazakhstan already have promotion to League B wrapped up with a game to spare and they will both be looking to sign off with unbeaten records on Sunday.
Kazakhstan feature at 17:00 against second-placed Azerbaijan but, having picked up 13 points from a possible 15, they can play without any pressure in the Group C3 engagement (Match Betting – Azerbaijan 23/20, Draw 21/10, Kazakhstan 13/5).
Turkey have also won five and drawn one in Group C1 and they head to the Faroe Islands at 19:45, having won the reverse fixture 4-0 (Match Betting – Faroe Islands 9/1, Draw 9/2, Turkey 2/7).
Relegation has already been confirmed for Lithuania as they prepare to face Luxembourg in Group C1, while Belarus are also heading down ahead of their clash with Slovakia in Group C3.