England's final group stage opponents at Euro 2020 will be decided during March's international break when the play-offs take place for the final four spots at the tournament.
The four teams battling for a berth alongside England, Croatia and the Czech Republic are Norway, Serbia, Scotland and Israel with one-off semi-finals and then a one-off final to decide the winner.
Hampden Park, a host venue for Euro 2020, is sure to be at its atmospheric best for the Scotland versus Israel game but the winners of the other tie are likely to be favourites, with home advantage, for the final.
And Norway will be able to call on Europe's hottest footballing property in their bid to return to the top table of international competition.
Erling Braut Haaland joined Borussia Dortmund in the January transfer window and has contimued his sensational season after earlier racking up the goals for RB Salzburg in both the Austrian league and the Champions League.
The 19-year-old has formed a formidable partnership with England's own Jadon Sancho and the two could potentially be on opposing sides when the Three Lions play their second Euro 2020 group stage game at Wembley on Friday 19th June against the play-off winners.