England face the Czech Republic this evening in the knowledge that - whatever happens - they are in the last 16 of Euro 2020.
Monday night's results in Group B has ensured the Three Lions' path into the knockout stages - even if Gareth Southgate's side suffer defeat tonight and end up in third place in Group D.
It isn't so simple for Scotland thought - who must be Croatia at Hampden Park to join their fiercest rivals in the next round.
The Scots will be without Chelsea midfielder Billy Gilmour following his positive Covid test, while the youngster's Blues teammates Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell look set to be unavailable for England by association.
Keep it right here for all the latest updates from both games throughout the day.
Mount and Chilwell facing 10 days out
Gareth Southgate has seen his Euros plans plunged into chaos by three players who were seen having a 25 minute chat in the tunnel.
England duo Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell have been forced to self isolate after coming into close contact with their Chelsea team mate Billy Gilmour who has tested positive for coronavirus.
And if Public Health England and UEFA deem that as being in “close contact” then Chilwell and Mount will have to self isolate for ten days and miss a potential last 16 tie as well as tonight’s crunch Group match with the Czech Republic.
Pictures were taken of the three players on the pitch after Friday night’s game but it is understood it is nothing to do with that and the potential coronavirus rule breach came with their lengthy chat in the tunnel.
It is yet another hammer blow for England boss Southgate who has seen his plans disrupted by injuries, withdrawals and players reporting up late after the two European finals.
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