After 24 thrilling fixtures across six groups at the round-robin stage of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, we take a look at the state of play as teams enter the final round of group matches.
It’s that time again where every Premier League club discover how their new seasons are set to play out over the coming months.
After suffering defeat in Croatia on Saturday, Wales head to Hungary where three points are crucial for the qualification hopes of both teams.
After taking a huge win over Cyprus in Steve Clarke’s first game as manager on Saturday, Scotland now face a tough away test to Belgium at the King Baudouin Stadium in their latest Euro 2020 qualifier.
After Thursday’s heartbreak against the Netherlands, England face an UEFA Nations League Third-Place Play-Off against Switzerland at the Estadio D. Alfonso Henriques.
World Cup runners-up, Croatia welcome Wales to the Stadion Gradski for a crucial UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier.
Barely less than three weeks after being hired as Scotland’s new manager, Steve Clarke’s Tartan Army welcome Cyprus to Hampden Park for a critical UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier.
Tonight sees the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup get underway in Paris, France as 24 teams gear up to do battle for football’s ultimate prize over the next month as France meet South Korea in tonight’s opening match.
With Portugal already through to Sunday’s Final after beating Switzerland, Netherlands meet England in the second semi-final of the inaugural UEFA Nations League at Estadio D. Afonso Henriques.