Team Information and previews with Portugal and France, Before Monday Qualifiers live on Sky Sports and England in action.
Condition of play – Group B: The race for top place in Group B is currently now heating up. Ukraine – who have won their past five games – guide the way with 16 points, while Portugal are enjoying catch-up after opening draws against Serbia and Ukraine but have a game in hand. Either side can reserve their spot in Euro 2020 here – Ukraine will be eligible with a draw – or should Lithuania is not won in by Serbia – if Serbia do not win, while Portugal will be eligible with success.
Team news: Ukraine manager Andriy Shevchenko has no fresh injury concerns, with West Hams Andriy Yarmolenko place to incorporate again.
Portugal will be minus the wounded William Carvalho so Danilo Pereira must keep in midfield. Ruben Neves will expect after coming on as a substitute from Luxembourg.
The Way to watch: Live coverage begins at 7.40pm Sky Sports Premier League; Kick-off 7.45pm. Follow updates about app and the Sky Sports website, as well as on Sky Sports News Euro Goal Zone.
State of drama – Group H: The top 2 in Group H do struggle in France and Paris will be out for revenge. Both sides have collected 18 points to date but Turkey top target difference being because of this outcome, together with superiority trumped by the table. Les Bleus have not lost a home worldwide against Turkey but the resurgent people have won eight of eight under Senol Gunes. Turkey will qualify when they acquire and Iceland do not – or should they draw along with Iceland lose. France may also be eligible with a win – or even if they draw and Iceland neglect to triumph.
Team news: Didier Deschamps could name the same side that beat Iceland and France are with several high-profile players at Kylian Mbappe Paul Pogba and Hugo Lloris. NGolo Kante has been injured from the warm-up before the fixture and is unlikely to be risked.
Leicester shield Caglar Soyuncu will start for Turkey after replacing the injured Kaan Ayhan in half-time.
The Way to watch: Live coverage starts from 7.40pm Sky Sports Mix and 8pm on Sky Sports Football and Main Event; Kick-off 7.45pm. Follow updates around app and the Sky Sports site, in Addition to on Sky Sports News Euro Goal Zone.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 4-0 (12/1 with Sky Bet)
Condition of play – Group A: England might have closed Euro 2020 qualification on Friday however a jolt late defeat to the Czech Republic has made them wait patiently, as well as giving Gareth Southgate plenty to contemplate. Southgate will hope for a reaction against the rock-bottom hosts after a screen that is wretched. Success can be qualified here with by england – but only if Kosovo fail to conquer Montenegro too.
Team news: Southgate is going to be forced to make changes in defence with Danny Rose suspended – but Englands woeful performance across the park is likely to prompt a widespread reshuffle. Ben Chilwell is utilized to replace Rose, but Michael Keanes standing is undoubtedly together with Harry Maguire, with Liverpools Joe Gomez in line to profit. Southgate is expected to revert to a 4-3-3 formation which could contain Harry Winks.
Captain Ivelin Popov, the most potent and professional participant in Bulgarias rankings with 16 goals from 87 international caps, will take the hosts slim hopes.
How to watch: Practice upgrades on the Sky Sports site and app, in addition to on Sky Sports News Euro Goal Zone, then watch match highlights after full-time.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 0-2 (9/2 with Sky Bet)
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