Belgium are unbeaten in their last 12 at home and should have no issues when Switzerland arrive in Brussels tonight.
Belgium to win to zero @ 7/5
Both made winning starts in the Nations League, beating fellow League A Group 2 competitors Iceland with plenty to spare.
The Rode Duivels finished third at the World Cup and while Kevin de Bruyne is absent due to injury, his partner in crime, Eden Hazard, has been in thunderous form, scoring 10 times for club and country this season, including in the 3-0 win over Iceland.
Roberto Martinez has seen just two defeats in his 28 games in charge and will not fear a Swiss side who limped out of the World Cup in the last 16.
The did beat Iceland 6-0 but struggle on the road, failing to score in their last three defeats and a home win to zero looks the most sensible outcome here.
Austria to win and both to score @ 57/20
Both Austria and Northern Ireland lost their League B Group 3 openers against Bosnia-Herzegovina and need the points in Vienna.
Das Team have kept just one clean sheet in their last five competitive outings and this will give Michael O’Neill encouragement when you consider his side have seen under 2.5 goals in 12 of their last 17 outings.
Austria are good at home though, winning nine of their last 13 competitive matches and should win in what could be an entertaining game.