ENGLAND – Carrick, Cleverley, Smalling, Welbeck, Young: Moldova (H, 6/9); Ukraine (A, 10/9).
ECUADOR – Valencia: Bolivia (A, 6/9); Uruguay (H, 9/9).
FRANCE – Evra: Georgia (H, 6/9); Belarus (A, 10/9).
MEXICO – Hernandez: Honduras (H, 6/9); USA (A, 10/9).
NETHERLANDS – van Persie: Estonia (A, 6/9); Andorra (A, 10/9).
NORTHERN IRELAND – Evans: Portugal (H, 6/9); Luxembourg (A, 10/9).
PORTUGAL – Nani: Northern Ireland (A, 6/9); Brazil (A, 11/9).
JAPAN – Kagawa: Guatemala (H, 6/9); Ghana (H, 10/9).
ENGLAND U21s – Keane, Lingard, Powell, Thorpe, Zaha: Moldova (H, 5/9); Finland (A, 9/9).
BELGIUM U21s – Vermijl: Italy (A, 5/9); Northern Ireland (H, 9/9).
crucial games against Honduras and the USA in the North, Central America and Caribbean zone, while Bolivia and Uruguay provide tricky opposition for Antonio Valencia’s Ecuador, who are currently third in the nine-team South American group.
Patrice Evra’s France, a point behind Spain at the top of Group I, face two away games against Georgia and Belarus. Robin van Persie is also on his travels, though Estonia and Andorra should provide easier opposition for his unbeaten Netherlands side.
Japan have already qualified for next summer’s finals but Shinji Kagawa could still be involved in their home friendlies against Guatemala and Ghana.
Tom Thorpe, Michael Keane, Nick Powell, Wilfried Zaha, Jesse Lingard and Marnick Vermijl have all been called up to their countries’ Under-21s squads for European Championship qualifiers.