The 2022 World Cup qualifiers will continue on Tuesday night, with a number of tickets up for grabs.
Ten European teams have secured their spots at the tournament, set for Qatar later this year, with three places still up for grabs via the play-off path.
Two of the matches will be played on Tuesday night, with the other, in which Wales will take on the winner between Scotland and Ukraine, set for a later date to determine the last UEFA representative at Qatar 2022.
Sweden vs Poland
It will be the clash of the striking titans when Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Sweden takes on Robert Lewandowski’s Poland.
Poland got to the finals of the play-off after they were given a bye, and will be fired up when they take on the Swedes, who were forced to go into extra time with the Czech Republic in their semi-final clash.
Lewandowski, who has scored 74 goals in 128 appearances was rested for the match but will be in the starting team on Tuesday night.
Just like the Bayern Munich striker, Ibrahimovic was missing from the match against the Czechs due to suspension, having accumulated too many yellow cards.
The 40-year-old will be a welcoming boost for coach Coach Janne Andersson in what could be one of the biggest matches of his coaching career.
North Macedonia again?
The minnows stunned Italy 1-0 in Palermo on Thursday night to book a final play-off spot, where they will now face Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal.
Can they slay yet another giant?