Fancy Wales to recreate their Euro 2016 heroics? Or maybe this is finally the year for Scotland. We’ve got the odds on all the home nations and the Republic of Ireland qualifying for the World Cup finals in Russia in 2018.

England and the Republic of Ireland both top their groups after four games in the qualification rounds for Russia 2018.

Northern Ireland are second only to Germany, who look to have the group wrapped up. Michael O’Neill’s team will hope to scrape through to the play-off rounds.

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England – 1/66

The English like to mention ’66 so this probably isn’t a coincidence. If you fancy Gareth Southgate’s men to make it to Russia then you can have them at very short odds.

England have won three of their four games and drawn the other, a 0-0 against Slovenia.

In the 2014 qualifiers they went unbeaten under Roy Hodgson finishing top, one point ahead of Ukraine.

Republic of Ireland – 6/5

It’s been a great start for Martin O’Neil as the Republic top their group and are undefeated after four games.

They share a group with Wales, and the nations will meet twice including the final match, which could have a lot riding on it.

Ireland finished fourth in 2014 qualification, but faced a tough group of Germany, Sweden and Austria.

Wales – 5/4

We’ve just mentioned that Wales and the Republic of Ireland share a group and Chris Coleman’s side will be want to recreate the Six Nations performance that Wales showed when they beat Ireland.

Wales come into this tournament off the back of their best tournament result in history. They reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016 and will want to have the chance of emulating that next year.

Northern Ireland – 6/1

It looks like Northern Ireland will need to hope they can qualifier as one of the best runners-up as they share a group with Germany.

They do sit second however, level on points with Azerbaijan, after winning two of their opening four games.

Michael O’Neill’s team have already equalled the total points they reached in the 2014 qualification stage, where they finished second bottom.

Scotland – 10/1

The only home nation that didn’t make it to Euro 2016; Scotland are outsiders again to make it to Russia.

They are in England’s group and sit second bottom, behind Lithuania. If you think Gordon Strachan’s side can mount a charge in their final games then 10/1 will make you a nice profit.

Scotland host England at Hampden Park in June and a win could give them a big confidence boost  to take into their next fixtures.