Liechtenstein vs Italy, Tuesday October 15, 14:45, Rheinpark Stadion. Italy are on the brink of sealing qualification for the European Championships next summer while minnows Liechtenstein will be hoping to pull off a remarkable result at home.
Sweden vs Spain, Tuesday October 15th, 14:45, Swedish National Stadium. Two very good teams face off against one another in a battle that could decide whether or not the hosts qualify for the tournament, seeing as Spain may already be planning for their campaign next summer by the time kick off rolls around.
France vs Turkey, Monday October 14th, 14:45, Stade de France. Group H has been even at the top for the majority of rounds of games, so the meeting between France and Turkey in Paris could prove decisive in the long run.
Bulgaria vs England, Monday October 14, 14:45, Stadion Vasil Levski. The qualification process for next summer’s European Championships continues this week as Gareth Southgate takes his England side to basement side Bulgaria in the hope of securing qualification.
Kazakhstan vs Belgium, Sunday October 13th, 10:00 am, Kazakhstan National Stadium. With the depth in the Belgium squad and the sheer disparity of talent between these two nations, it shouldn’t be a shock to see the visitors as favourites and it’ll take something special for the hosts to get something out of this game.
Estonia v Germany, Sunday October 13, 2:45 pm, A. Le Coq Arena. The qualification campaign for the European Championships next summer continues this weekend with Germany - who are among the favourites to win the tournament outright - travelling to outsiders Estonia in Group C.
Belarus vs Netherlands, Sunday October 13th, 12:00 pm, Belarus National Stadium. The visitors will be favourites for this game and for good reason given their record, but traveling to Belarus is never an easy task and it’ll show how far the Dutch have come mentally under Ronald Koeman.
Norway vs Spain, Saturday October 12th, 14:45, Norway National Stadium. The former world champions Spain face off against a Norway side that could pose them a few problems, although you’d expect La Roja to come out of this one smiling.
Czech Republic vs England, Friday, October 11th, 14:45, Sinobo Stadium. The top two in qualification Group A meet in Prague with the hosts aiming for top spot and the visitors looking to maintain their perfect record.