Freddie Ljungberg and George McCartney will find out tonight which one of them will have a chance of playing at next summer's EURO 2008 finals.
Ljungberg will make it to Switzerland and Austria if Sweden, under his captaincy, get a point at home to Latvia in Solna. Should the Scandinavian nation lose, then McCartney's Northern Ireland can make it with victory away to already-qualified Spain - although the left-back will be absent as he continues his recovery from an ankle injury.
Elsewhere tonight, there will be no West Ham United representation as England take on Croatia at Wembley needing a point to progress. However, both Robert Green and Dean Ashton will be hoping for a positive result as they look to play their way back into international contention over the coming months. Defensive duo James Collins and Danny Gabbidon are with Wales who, despite elimination already, will be looking to sign off in style in Germany.
Further afield, John Pantsil's Ghana continue their preparations for hosting January's African Cup of Nations with the final of a four-team tournament against Benin. Henri Camara, who scored at the weekend in a 3-2 defeat of Mali, is with Senegal for their friendly against Morocco. In South America, Nolberto Solano will miss Peru's 2010 World Cup qualifier in Ecuador because of suspension.