Ecuador, featuring Antonio Valencia, will grab one of the two remaining automatic qualification spots for South American teams if they draw with Chile, who would also head to Brazil next year with that result. United striker Angelo Henriquez, on loan with Real Zaragoza, did not feature in Chile's 3-3 draw with Colombia last week.
Robin van Persie became the Netherlands' all-time top scorer at international level with a hat-trick against Hungary last Friday, and with his country having already qualified the striker will be keen to finish off an excellent campaign with a win over Turkey.
Japan qualified a full year ahead of the start of the twentieth World Cup finals, and Shinji Kagawa will be hoping for more game time when his country faces Belarus in a friendly. The United attacker played for 87 minutes in Japan's 2-0 defeat to Serbia last Friday.
CHILE v Ecuador - Angelo Henriquez
Chile v ECUADOR - Antonio Valencia
ENGLAND v Poland - Michael Carrick, Phil Jones, Wayne Rooney, Chris Smalling, Danny Welbeck
FRANCE v Finland - Patrice Evra
Belarus v JAPAN - Shinji Kagawa
Costa Rica v MEXICO - Javier Hernandez
Turkey v NETHERLANDS - Robin van Persie
PORTUGAL v Luxembourg - Nani