While Belgium (25 points) have already qualified, Croatia (17) can make it to the play-offs irrespective of what happens in today’s matches.
Italy, who play Armenia, are already assured qualification. However, there will be a heated battle for a play-off spot with Bulgaria (13 points), Denmark (13), Czech Republic (12) and Armenia (12) in the hunt.
Germany have qualified and Sweden are likely to make the play-offs.
With Holland having made the cut, Turkey (16 points), Romania (16) or Hungary (14) can make the play-offs.
Switzerland have qualified while Iceland (16 points) or Slovenia (15) can make it to the play-offs.
Russia lead Portugal by three points and need just a point away at Azerbaijan. Portugul are assured of finishing runners-up whatever the final day results.
Bosnia-Herzegovina lead Greece on goal difference and need to beat Lithuania away to assure themselves of a spot, as even goal-shy Greece should beat Liechtenstein. The Greeks will be assured of at the very least second regardless of the way the results pan out.
England lead Ukraine by a point but must realistically beat the Poles to assure themselves of a place as the Ukrainians play pointless San Marino.
World Cup holders Spain lead France by three points and require just a point to Georgia. France are guaranteed at least the runners-up spot and a place in the play-offs.
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