Germany and Denmark enjoyed victories in Sunday's World Cup Qualifiers, but Poland were pegged back by Kazakhstan.
Catch up on the European Qualifiers as they happened as Groups C, E and G came to a close on Monday night.
David de Gea played his first competitive match since May as Spain beat Macedonia, while Austria qualified in style for Euro 2016.
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Denmark came from behind to beat Montenegro 2-1 in their friendly at the Energi Viborg Arena on Monday.
UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings against Montenegro and Russia after Friday night's abandoned game.
Russia 'keeper Igor Akinfeev has thanked well-wishers for their support after being hit by a lit flare against Montenegro.
Alvaro Morata scored as Spain beat Ukraine 1-0 in Friday's European Qualifiers, while Slovakia won to stay top of Group C.
Friday's European Qualifier between Montenegro and Russia in Podgorica was abandoned with the score at 0-0 after trouble.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored on his return for Sweden but it was not enough as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Montenegro.
Austria moved clear at the top of Group G in European Championship qualifying as they edged out Montenegro 1-0 at home.
Russia host Moldova in Group G of the European Qualifiers on Sunday, while Austria take on Montenegro.
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Liechtenstein held firm to deny Montenegro and earn a shock 0-0 draw at the Rheinpark Stadion in Vaduz.
Spain took the first steps on the road to recovery from their World Cup woe with a 5-1 win over Macedonia in Valencia.
A preview of Monday's Group G European Qualifiers as Russia take on Liechtenstein and Austria host Sweden.
Moldova ended their World Cup qualifying campaign on a winning note in Group H with a 5-2 victory in Montenegro.
Montenegro ended Republic of Ireland's hopes of reaching the European Under-21s Championship finals with a 2-1 win.
Branko Brnovic is confident that Montenegro can turn their World Cup dream into reality ahead of the clash with England.
Jack Wilshere is ready for his biggest-ever England match against Montenegro at Wembley on Friday night.