Ukraine Hit Five Past Serbia
Denmark 1-1 Republic Of Ireland
Shane Duffy netted late for Republic of Ireland to salvage a 1-1 draw against Denmark in their Group D encounter.
After a goalless first stanza, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg found the breakthrough for the Danes with 15 minutes remaining but Duffy equalised for the visitors in the last five minutes to salvage a stalemate that preserved their unbeaten record.
Ireland remain top of Group D with seven points while Denmark sit in fourth place with two points, having played a match less.
Austria 1-0 Slovenia
Austria picked up their first three-point haul in Group G after scoring late to sink Slovenia 1-0 on Friday night.
Guido Burgstaller scored the decisive goal for the hosts with 16 minutes remaining as Austria climb up to fourth place while Slovenia dropped to fifth place with two points.
Ukraine 5-0 Serbia
Ukraine maintained their unbeaten run in Group B after hammering Serbia 5-0 on Friday night.
Viktor Tsygankov and Yevhen Konoplanka both contributed with two goals each, while Roman Yaremchuk was the other man on the scoresheet for the home side.
Ukraine extended their lead at the top of Group B to seven points, while Serbia are bottom of the group with only one point from two matches.
Sweden 3-0 Malta
Sweden kept their unbeaten run in Group F alive after cruising to a 3-0 victory over Malta on Friday night.
Robin Quaison gave the hosts a dream start with the opener in just the second minute while Viktor Claesson and Alexander Isak sealed the three points in the second half.
The Swedes remain second in Group F, just two points behind leaders Spain while Malta were left lying fourth in the pool with three points after three matches.
North Macedonia 0-1 Poland
Poland kept their 100 percent record in Group G after narrowly beating ten-man North Macedonia 1-0 on Friday night.
After a goalless first stanza, Krzysztof Piatek finally broke the deadlock for Poland two minutes inside the second stanza before the hosts were dealt a blow with five minutes remaining after Visar Musliu received his second yellow card.
Poland find themselves top of Group G with nine points from three matches while Macedonia sit third in the pool with four points.
Georgia 3-0 Gibraltar
Montenegro 1-1 Kosovo
Czech Republic 2-1 Bulgaria
Lithuania 1-1 Luxembourg
Norway 2-2 Romania
Latvia 0-3 Israel