Nations League action continues tonight with multiple games taking place across Europe as we preview a select few and look at the best specials our affiliates have to offer.
Germany welcome Italy to Monchengladbach tonight as the two European heavyweights go head to head one again.
The two sides met just last week, however, there was nothing to separate them with the game finishing a 1-1 draw.
The Germans have drawn each of their last four fixtures 1-1, with the last three coming in the Nations League.
Hansi Flick’s side were very close to picking up three points against England, but a Harry Kane penalty in the 88th minute denied them of that.
They’re still looking for that first win, whilst Italy have recorded just the one victory, beating Hungary last week.
The Azzuri were held to a goalless draw at Molineux Stadium against England last time out, but they still top the group with four points.
Roberto Mancini’s men started the summer with a humbling 3-0 defeat to Argentina, but with two draws and a win since, they’re on the right track.
Italy have failed to beat Germany in their last five meetings in all competitions and home advantage for the Germans could play into their hands.
Next up, Belgium travel to Poland in their final game before the summer break as they look to pick up their second win.
Roberto Martinez’s side were held to a 1-1 draw away to Wales at the weekend, with Brennan Johnson netting an equaliser in the 86th minute.
This will, of course, be the second time the two sides meet in the space of a week, with the Red Devils looking to do the double.
Belgium ran out rampant winners in a 6-1 victory last week, but Poland will certainly be looking for revenge.
Both sides sit on four points coming into this one, with Poland dropping a two goal lead to draw 2-2 with Holland at the weekend.
They did, however, overcome Wales in the first round of fixtures, winning their one home game of the Nations League so far.
The reverse fixture saw the two sides level at half-time, before Belgium went on to score one after the hour mark and another four in the final seventeen minutes.
If Poland don’t crumble like they did last game it will be a much tighter fixture, but it is a match you’d expect Belgium to come out on top in.
Finally, we have the two sides who occupy the bottom spots in League B Group 1 as Scotland travel to Armenia.
Steve Clarke’s side comfortably defeated tonight’s opponents last week, leaving Hampden with a 2-0 win.
It seemed like the Tartan Army had got things back on track following their failure to qualify for the World Cup after the Armenia win.
However, things came crashing back down to earth at the weekend when the Republic of Ireland shipped three past them in a 3-0 loss.
They’ve now won just one of their last five outings, but having defeated their opponents just last week, they’ll be confident of doing so again tonight.
Armenia have lost both of their last two matches, conceding five goals and failing to get on the scoresheet themselves.
If Scotland turn up in the way they did in the reverse fixture, they should be returning with all three points.