Croatia vs Serbia (Friday 5pm)
Away supporters have been banned from this Group A grudge match but it shouldn’t lessen the atmosphere.This will be the first Balkan derby since the bitter conflict from 1991-1995 and the tie goes well beyond just football.
Croatia share the lead with the top of Group A with the fashionable Belgians and will enter the match as heavy favourites. A defeat more or less confines Serbia to the realms of Group dunces along with Scotland and Wales.
It remains to been seen if it “kicks off” at kick off.
Czech Republic vs Denmark (Friday 7.30pm)
Both teams need to get their act together if they are to catch up with Italy at the summit of the group. A draw does neither team any good, while a win re-energizes their faltering campaigns.
Poland vs Ukraine (Friday 7.45pm)
Both teams failed to set the heather alight as hosts of Euro 2012 and have to step up to claim a play off spot. Montenegro top Group H with England 2 points behind.
Montenegro vs England (Tuesday 8pm)
The Baltic minnows will relish the chance to bloody the nose of the English and cement top spot of the group.
France vs Spain (Tuesday 8pm)
The battle of the giants in group I is surely the tie of this months International dates. Both teams are tied with 7 points after 3 games but should have 10 points after their respective home games against Finland and Georgia. Spain have to slip up at some point, hopefully in the Stade de France.