Russia vs Belgium, Saturday 16 November,17:00, Krestovsky stadium. Both Russia and Belgium have qualified for the tournament with games to spare, with Belgium having a 100% record and Russia losing only a single game, this game could feel like a friendly.
Spain v Malta, Friday November15, 19:45,Estadio Ramón de Carranza (Cádiz).The qualifiers for the Euro 2020 Championships next summer return this week with Spain - who have already qualified - playing host to rank outsiders Malta.
France vs Moldova, Thursday November 14th 19:45, Stade de France. With qualification for Euro 2020 almost sealed for the reigning world champions, a win here should be enough to put them into the group draw of the next tournament next year, with all signs pointing towards a comfortable win for Les Bleus.
England vs Montenegro, Thursday 14 November,19:45, Wembley. England look to seal top status in group A with another win against a Montenegro side who have struggled in this campaign and have only collected three points.
Dudelange v Sevilla, Thursday November 7, 17:55, Stade Josy Barthel. The Europa League group stages returns this week as we enter matchday four of the groups with record competition winners Seville travelling to outsiders Dudelange of Luxembourg.
Real Madrid v Galatasaray, Wednesday November 6, 20:00, Santiago Bernabeu. The second half of the Champions League group stages get underway again this midweek with Real Madrid looking to strengthen their chances of group progression as they host Galatasaray.
Atalanta vs Manchester City, Wednesday October 6th, 20:00, San Siro. This promises to be a hugely entertaining match as Atalanta, notorious for their high scoring games, host a Man City side who will feel that this is their best opportunity to win the Champions League under Pep Guardiola.
Leverkusen v Atletico Madrid, Wednesday November 6, 20:00, BayArena. We are now entering the second half of the Champions League group stage with Diego Simeone’s Atletico Madrid facing a tricky trip to German outfit Bayer Leverkusen, who are out of form.