The UEFA Nations League group stages are coming to an end and teams will be hoping to qualify for next year’s finals by doing well in their final two games.
The likes of England can still qualify for next year’s finals. Meanwhile, Northern Ireland will be trying to avoid relegation to League C.
England will need Denmark to drop some points against Iceland or Belgium to have any chance of qualifying for the finals.
But in order for that to happen, they cannot lose to Belgium on Sunday.
Scotland need to win one of their final two games or secure a draw in both games to secure promotion to the top flight and boost their chances of a World Cup play offs.
Wales need to win the last two games and they have very little room for error right now. France have already managed to qualify.
Meanwhile the likes of Poland, Italy and the Netherlands are still fighting it out for a place in the finals and they are separated by just two points.
The winner of Spain versus Germany on Tuesday will also go to the finals but the German side could qualify with just a draw.
It will be interesting to see which of these teams can secure their place in next years finals and then go on to win the UEFA Nations League.