A revised schedule for the UEFA Nations League has been announced which allows for both the competition and the delayed play-offs for Euro 2020 to be completed by the end of the year.
Having seen their March friendlies, Euro warm-ups and the tournament itself already postponed, England are now due to see their first action of 2020 on Saturday 5th September when they travel to Iceland in their opening Nations League section A2 fixture.
There is another journey to Scandinavia the following Tuesday (8th Sep) for a meeting with Denmark.
A return to Wembley (with crowds or behind closed doors is the big unknown at present) comes in October with home games against Belgium on Sunday 11th and Denmark on Wednesday 14th.
And November sees a trip to Belgium on Sunday 15th and the home return against Iceland on Wednesday 18th.