Northern Ireland and Scotland are set for massive games on Thursday, with both nations one win away from a place at next summer’s delayed Euro 2020.
Scotland face Serbia in Belgrade in their play-off final (19:45 GMT), hoping to qualify for a major men’s tournament for the first time since 1998.
And Northern Ireland host Slovakia at Windsor Park in their final (19:45), aiming to reach a second European Championship, four years after their debut appearance in the competition.
Euro 2020, which has retained its name despite being moved to next year because of the coronavirus pandemic, will start on 11 June.
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Scotland are on their longest unbeaten run since 1988, having not lost in their previous eight matches, and will be hopeful their good form can take them that final step.
Their most recent major tournament appearance came at the 1998 World Cup in France, while they last featured at a Euros in 1996.