Sports Mole looks at which teams need to do what in order to book their place at Euro 2024 when the qualifying campaign comes to an end on Tuesday.
The Euro 2024 qualification campaign comes to a close on Tuesday, with one automatic place at next summer's tournament still up for grabs.
Nineteen of the 20 spots available through this qualification period have already been filled, and that final place will be decided this evening in Group C.
Either Croatia or Wales will stamp their ticket to Germany next summer, completing the initial batch of qualifiers before the playoffs in March next year confirm the final 24.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up the state of play in each of the groups taking place this evening, including exactly what Croatia and Wales need to do to qualify.
Gibraltar vs. Netherlands (7.45pm)
Greece vs. France (7.45pm)
France and Netherlands have already qualified for Euro 2024.
Greece will take part in the playoffs.
Croatia vs. Armenia (7.45pm)
Wales vs. Turkey (7.45pm)
Turkey have already qualified.
Croatia will qualify if they beat Armenia. They will also qualify if Wales fail to beat Turkey.
Wales need to beat Turkey and hope that Croatia drop points against Armenia in order to qualify.
Andorra vs. Israel (7.45pm)
Kosovo vs. Belarus (7.45pm)
Romania vs. Switzerland (7.45pm)
Switzerland and Romania have already qualified for Euro 2024.
Israel will go into the playoffs.