Czech Republic are 13/10 to bounce back from their opening-day defeat to Russia with a badly needed win against Greece.
The Czech's were comfortably beaten, going down 4-1 on Monday night, but are the favourites against the 2004 champions, who salvaged a 1-1 draw for their action-packed opener with co-hosts Poland.
Greece v Czech Republic represents a clash of the two lowest scoring sides in qualifying and a 0-0 draw is a 7/1 bet, while under 2.5 goals is 4/7.
It's a game both sides need to win and given their scoring record one goal could easily settle it. We offer 13/2 for a 1-0 Greece win and 5/1 for the Czech's to do likewise.
In terms of goalscorers former Liverpool ace Milan Baros is 7/1 to grab the first goal for the Czech's and Theofanis Gekas is top fancy for the Greeks at 13/2.
If you fancy either side to find their scoring boots then are both players to score markets could be the way to go. It's 16/1 for both Baros and Celtic's Georgios Samaras to hit the net and 11/1 for Greece's David Lafata and Gekas to come up trumps for their opponents.