For this kind of thing Woodcock's A New Latin Syntax is the best option. I've scanned his chart of conditionals in indirect discourse (oratio obliqua) - I don't know how to include an image here in a Textkit post, but you can see the scanned chart here:http://media.bestmoodle.net/Woodcock1.jpg
There are two more examples on the page following which I will just type here:
8. Future Logical
Si hoc dicet, errabit = No different from no. 7 in the chart.
Si hoc fecerit (fut pf.), poenas dabit.
Censeo, si hoc fecerit (pf. subj.), eum poenas daturum.
Censebam, si hoc fecisset, eum poenas daturum.
If you are interested in this advanced type of Latin syntax, Woodcock is definitely worth the price (about $25 at Amazon - http://tinyurl.com/6g4z5rl
) - it is incredibly well-organized, thorough and very clear.