England made a great start to their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign beating the Czech Republic 5-0 at Wembley. The win followed their success earlier in the season when winning their UEFA Nations League group and qualifying for June's semi-finals. They have won five of their last six games scoring 14 goals. England have a strong European Championship qualifying record and have won their last 11 games with clean sheets in each of the last five. Away form has seen them undefeated in their last nine Euro qualifiers with the last defeat being to Russia in 2006. Montenegro could only draw their first group match away in Bulgaria on Friday evening. They led 1-0 but Bulgaria equalized with a penalty eight minutes from time.Their Nations League campaign saw them finish third behind Serbia and Romania in League C. Montenegro have only won two of their last 13 games and both were against Lithuania, that's the Lithuania who lost to Luxembourg on Friday. At home, they have won one of their last six games, only managing to score in two of them. They last met England in the 2014 World Cup qualifying stages drawing 1-1 at home and losing 4-1 away. England are the clear form pick and can get another three points from this match.
Iceland and France are early front runners in Group H of the European Cup qualifiers after opening wins on Friday. Iceland saw off Andorra 2 – 0 while France were 4 – 1 winner over Moldova, with both sides playing away from home. Looking at their Day One opponents, this clash is bound to be tougher for both sides, but more so for Iceland, who will be facing the world champions at their backyard. Iceland have made a name for themselves by their grit and ability to churn out results against bigger teams. They did it at France 2016 and they have always carried that air of the giant killer. However, their win over Andorra is the first in 16 matches. They have a better run in Euro Cup qualification matches though; in their last 15, they have managed eight wins and in the last six qualifiers away from home they have won four. France on the other hand have lost just two of their last 26 matches, to Netherlands and Colombia – very strong opponents. By virtue of being hosts in the last tournament, France didn’t take part in the qualifiers and as they return to the qualifiers, they have not lost any qualifier for European Cup, the last 10 matches. In the last 16 Euro Cup qualifiers at home, they have lost just two, drawn one and won 13.