With Euro 2020 postponed until next summer, we take a look at which players could of made Gareth Southgate’s England squad and who would of missed out.
Euro 2020 is now just six months away as defending champions, Portugal plus other top teams in France, Belgium and England look to discover who they will face in the Group Stage.
Following victory in Azerbaijan on Saturday, Wales welcome Hungary to the Cardiff City Stadium for an all or nothing showdown because whoever wins will reach Euro 2020.
Following a successful visit to Cyprus on Saturday, Scotland finish their Euro Qualifying at home to Kazakhstan at Hampden Park.
With qualification already assured, Gareth Southgate aim to finish their Euro qualifying campaign on a high as they take on Kosovo at the Fadil Vokrri Stadium, Pristina.
Wales head to Azerbaijan looking for the first of two decisive wins as they look to escape Group E and qualify for next summer”s Euros.
Scotland continue preparations for their Euro 2020 Qualifying Play-offs as they take on Cyprus at the GSP Stadium, Nicosia in a dead rubber Group I tie.
England marked their 1000th International fixture with a seven goal routing over Montenegro to secure qualification for next summer’s Euro 2020 Finals.
England celebrate their 1000th international fixture in style as they welcome Montenegro to Wembley Stadium, knowing that a win will secure qualification for Euro 2020 next summer.
England are on the brink of qualifying for Euro 2020 after a dominant six goal away win in Bulgaria, despite two first-half stoppages for incidents of racism.
After suffering a shock reality Czech on Friday, England head to Sofia as they take on Bulgaria in their last Euro 2020 Qualifier.
Wales welcome Croatia to the Cardiff City Stadium in a crunch Group E Euro 2020 qualifying clash.
After suffering a crushing defeat in Russia to destroy their faint qualification hopes, Scotland meet bottom-placed San Marino in Group I at Hampden Park.
Zdenek Ondrasek produced a late debut winner as Czech Republic came from behind to take a shock 2-1 home win over England.
England head to Prague, Czech Republic knowing that a victory over the Czechs would see them book their place at next summer’s UEFA Euro 2020.