11 October – It’s a Friday night in Prague (to the concern of the FA’s security team according to comments made recently) as the Czech Republic look to gain a measure of revenge for their 5-0 defeat at Wembley.
14 October – Then off to Sofia for the return fixture with Bulgaria, a first visit since a Euro 2012 qualifier in September 2011 which England won at a canter, Gary Cahill and two Wayne Rooney goals giving them a three-goal half-time lead which they maintained until the end.
14 November – England will be disappointed if they haven’t already secured Euro 2020 qualification by the time Montenegro arrive at Wembley for the Three Lions' 1,000th match.
17 November – A new destination for travelling supporters as the Kosovan capital of Pristina gets ready to host what will be a landmark game for the hosts.
30 November – Bucharest, one of the venues for Euro 2020, hosts the draw for the finals. If England have qualified then they will already know that Group D is their destination with a minimum of two matches to be played at Wembley.
A third game will also be on home soil unless Scotland also qualify. They will be placed in the same group if so and a separate draw will be made to determine who hosts the Auld Enemy clash.
26 March 2020 - The play-offs to determine the final four qualifiers for Euro 2020 begin but for England this international window should be a chance for two high-profile friendlies as Gareth Southgate finalises his plans for the tournament.
12 June 2020 - The Euros begin in Rome.