The Home Nations are all preparing for a crucial weekend of international football as all four nations bid to qualify for Euro 2016 in France, next summer.

England travel to Slovenia in game knowing a win can further cement their qualification chances. With five wins from five and just one goal concede Roy Hodgson’s side will be favourites to qualify first from the Home Nations.

Scotland travel to Dublin to face Republic of Ireland as the two team look set to battle it out for what could be a third place qualification place. Gordon Strachan’s side warmed-up for the game with a 1-0 win against Qatar at Easter Road thanks to a goal from Matt Ritchie.

Northern Ireland face Group F leaders Romania at home. With just one place separating the sides, a win for Michael O’Neill’s side will ensure they’re well placed going into the Autumn fixtures.

Wales have the hardest tie out of all the Home Nations as they face Belgium in Cardiff. Belgium, full of Premier League stars are ranked third in the world, however a 0-0 draw in the reverse tie shows that Chris Coleman’s side can match them.

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