Ireland are top of Group D after their 1-1 draw in Denmark, despite Georgia coasting past Gibraltar 3-0 in Tbilisi, Valerian Gvilia, Giorgi Papunashvili and Vato Arveladze all on target for the hosts.

Elsewhere Jesus Navas fired his first international goal in six years as Spain thrashed the Faroe Islands 4-1 to stay top of their Euro 2020 qualifying group.

Navas, Sergio Ramos, Jose Gaya and an own goal from goalkeeper Teitur Gestson sealed Spain's third straight win in Group F.

Klaemint Olsen turned in a smart strike for the Faroes, but the hosts were ultimately outclassed and forced to bow to Spain's supremacy.

Patrick Schick's two-goal salvo secured the Czech Republic a 2-1 win over Bulgaria.

Captain Ivelin Popov set up Ismail Isa to push Bulgaria into a third-minute lead, but the hosts hit back with Schick at the double to move second behind England in Group A.

Guido Burgstaller fired the winner just three minutes after climbing off the bench as Austria edged out Slovenia 1-0 in Klagenfurt.

Austria moved up to fourth in Group G with their first win in their third qualifying encounter.

Claudiu Keseru's stoppage-time goal stole Romania a 2-2 draw in Norway, who had been heading for victory thanks to finishes from Tarik Elyounoussi and Martin Odegaard.

Keseru struck with 14 minutes to play to drag Romania back into the tie, then sealed the draw two minutes into added time, stunning the hosts.

Robin Quaison, Viktor Claesson and Alexander Isak all found the net as Sweden coasted past Malta 3-0 in Stockholm.

Vikor Tsygankov and Yehven Konoplyanka both bagged braces as Ukraine swept past Serbia 5-0.

Roman Yaremchuk was also on target in the hosts' hefty victory, with Ruslan Malinovsky and Olexandr Karavayev both laying on two assists apiece.

Arveladze's penalty rounded off a night of dominance for the Georgians, who claimed their first victory to move third in the Group D standings.

Eran Zahavi's hat-trick helped Israel eased past Latvia 3-0 in Riga.

The visitors produced a composed performance to move second in Group G.

Nine-man Lithuania scrambled a 1-1 home draw with Luxembourg thanks to Arvydas Novikovas' 80th-minute equaliser.

Gerson Rodrigues put the visitors ahead in the 20th minute, before Lithuania had both Saulius Mikoliunas and Modestas Vorobjovas dismissed.

Milot Rashica's late strike snatched Kosovo a 1-1 draw in Montenegro, who had taken the lead through Stefan Mugosa.

Kryszztof Piatek bagged the winner as Poland tiptoed past 10-man North Macedonia 1-0.

The hosts had Visar Musliu sent off with five minutes to play, with Piatek having struck just after half-time.