No final clean sheet for the Three Lions
Italians to book their place with a win
Goals for both teams at Windsor Park
England have long since confirmed their place in next summer's Euros, and while they have only conceded three goals in seven qualifiers to date, I think that there is every chance that their opponents will score against them tonight.
North Macedonia are fourth of five in Group C, but they still managed to win two of their matches - even if they were both against Malta.
Blagoja Milevski's men will be keen to vastly improve on their 7-0 humbling at Wembley back in June, and while they conceded five against the Italians last week, they did at least score twice themselves in Rome.
Luciano Spalletti is the man who has been tasked with getting Italy to Germany next summer to defend their European Championship title, but with one game to go, things aren't quite done and dusted.
The Italians travel Leverkusen to take on the Ukraine, needing just a point to finish as runners-up to England, but their opponents can still qualify with a win, so it won't be all plain-sailing this evening.
I still expect a victory for Gli Azzurri though, as setting out to play for a draw is always a risky option. They have won three of their five outings under Spalletti, and they have been scoring goals for fun too.
Northern Ireland slumped to another miserable defeat on Friday - going down 4-0 in Finland. They wrap up their qualifying campaign destined to finish second from bottom, with only San Marino below them.
Denmark are top of the group, and need just a single point to absolutely confirm their position as group winners. They have already qualified though, so there is every chance that Kasper Hjulmand will give a few fringe players a start at Windsor Park.
The hosts have failed to find the net in three of their last four at home, but the Danes are without a clean sheet in three - despite being on a five match winning streak, and they have conceded eight goals in nine Group H outings.