A busy night of must win clashes awaits!
Germany v Belgium
Belgium need to go to Dusseldorf and end Germany’s 100% record in order to guarantee second spot. Tall order.
Turkey v Azerbaijan
The ball is in Turkey’s court. They face Azerbaijan at home knowing a win would probably be enough to snatch the runners-up spot, worth noting though that Guus Hiddink’s side lost when they traveled to Baku in October.
Republic of Ireland v Armenia
Ireland take on Armenia knowing that a win secures at the very least a second place spot. Their opponents have won their last three on the bounce so it will be a tough fixture.
Russia v Andorra
Russia need just a point from their home encounter with whipping boys Andorra so should manage to secure a spot in the Euro 2012 finals with relatively little fuss.
Slovenia v Serbia
Serbia travel to Slovenia needing a win to edge Estonia to second spot behind Italy. Serbia have not looked assured of late and were lucky to scrape a draw against their opponents when they played them at home, back in September.
France v Bosnia-Herzegovina
France play host to Bosnia in this crucial Group D game. A draw is enough for Laurent Blanc’s side but they will be up against tough opposition from Safet Suši?’s side who have won their last four qualifiers without conceding a goal.
Georgia v Greece
Greece travel to Georgia knowing a draw will be enough to claim top spot but will remember they only managed they were lucky to manage a 1-1 draw when playing the Georgians on their own patch.
Croatia v Latvia
Slaven Bilic will expect his side to sweep past Latvia, as they did 3-0 in Riga, and will then hope Georgia do them a favour.
Denmark v Portugal
Possibly the tie of the night. Portugal and Denmark separated only by head to head results and Paulo Bento knows a draw would be enough but they can’t afford to be complacent against a side who are in good form.
Lithuania v Czech Republic
The Czech Republic may feel a draw will be enough, believing that Scotland are likely to lose in Alicante, but Lithuania will be no push-overs, after all the Baltic state side won beat the Czechs away from home in September.
Spain v Scotland
Scotland go to Spain on a high after back to back wins and they will recall how they battled from two goals down at Hampden Park before conceding a late Fernando Llorente goal. Craig Levein will hope that Vicente del Bosque sends out a weakened side having already sealed qualification some time ago.