Updates from the 54 sides as UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying nears its climax
Friday's results and match reports:
Group C: FYR Macedonia 0-2 Ukraine, Slovakia 0-1 Belarus, Spain 4-0 Luxembourg
Group E: England 2-0 Estonia, Slovenia 1-1 Lithuania, Switzerland 7-0 San Marino
Group G: Liechtenstein 0-2 Sweden, Moldova 1-2 Russia, Montenegro 2-3 Austria
Germany coach Joachim Löw will be forced to make a number of changes ahead of his side's crucial game against Georgia on Sunday. It is still unclear whether captain Bastian Schweinsteiger will be available due to a thigh injury, while Mario Götze is certainly ruled out because of a groin problem. Thomas Müller will take over at the head of the attack, with Karim Bellarabi expected to play down the right and Mesut Özil in his favoured position behind the striker.
"We'll have to see if he can take the strain," Löw said of Schweinsteiger. "He has improved a little, which gives us hope." Should the Manchester United man miss out, Toni Kroos and Ilkay Gündogan will line up in defensive midfield.
Former Czech Republic and Galatasaray defender Tomáš Ujfaluši has been speaking about this evening's game between his country and Turkey. "The fact that Czech Republic are already through from Group A will not affect their motivation," said Ujfaluši. "They will want to win their final home match, so I don't think it will be an easy game for Turkey at all.
"The only issue for Turkey is the pressure on them. Fatih Terim is a person who wants to win all the time. It would be a mistake if Turkey play for a draw anyway. Before the game, I plan to go to Turkey's hotel to wish Terim and my other friends good luck."