Tuesday's World Cup Qualifiers preview: France and Portugal target spot in Russia
Last Updated: 10/10/17 9:04pm
The final round of World Cup Qualifiers takes place on Tuesday as teams including France and Portugal look to clinch qualification.
Didier Deschamps' side know a victory over Belarus - live on the Sky Sports Football red button - will book their place in Russia next year.
But Netherlands, also in Group A, must beat Sweden with a huge goal difference swing to steal second place and a play-off spot.
Sweden's superior goal difference over France means a draw against the Netherlands would move them into first if Belarus claim an unlikely win at the Stade de France.
There's also a massive match in Group B, where second-placed Portugal host first-placed Switzerland - live on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event - with top spot on the line.
Switzerland currently hold a three-point lead but Portugal's vastly superior goal difference means it is essentially winner takes all, though a draw would also see the Swiss through.
Whoever misses out on top spot is guaranteed a place in the play-offs. Hungary host Faroe Islands and Latvia take on Andorra in the group's other encounters.
Elsewhere, Belgium have already sewn up Group H, and they will look to finish the qualifying campaign unbeaten when hosting Cyprus on Tuesday evening.
Greece can seal a play-off spot with victory at home to Gibraltar, while Bosnia and Herzegovina - who are two points behind - will be hoping for a Greek slip-up as they face Estonia at the same time.
Luxembourg also host Bulgaria in a dead-rubber clash.