With the European Championship group-stage qualifiers heading into their final day on Tuesday, most teams already know whether they’ll be in France in the summer.
But while some players will already be planning their post-season holidays, several sides are still fighting for a place in the play-offs, while one group still has automatic qualifying place up for grabs.
Here, we tell you who’s in, who’s out, and what could happen on Tuesday night.
England cemented their place in France months ago, but who else is definitely going to Euro 2016?
All but one group is decided in terms of the top two, with Norway and Croatia fighting for top spot in Group H. Anything but a win for second-placed Norway in Italy would likely see them lose out to Croatia should they win in Malta, as despite the two-point gap between the sides, Croatia have a far better goal difference.
Group A: Iceland and Czech Republic
Group B: Belgium and Wales
Group C: Spain and Slovakia
Group D: Germany and Poland
Group E: England and Switzerland
Group F: Northern Ireland and Romania
Group G: Austria and Russia
Group H: Italy
Group I: Portugal and Albania
Real Madrid star and Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo was rested for his side’s last Group I fixture
Unable to qualify
Group A: Latvia and Kazakhstan
Group B: Andorra
Group C: Belarus, Luxembourg and Macedonia
Group D: Scotland, Georgia and Gibraltar
Group E: Estonia, Lithuania and San Marino
Group F: Finland, Faroe Islands and Greece
Group G: Montenegro, Liechtenstein and Moldova
Group H: Bulgaria, Azerbaijan and Malta
Group I: Serbia and Armenia
Guaranteed play-off spot
Group C: Ukraine
Group D: Republic of Ireland
Group E: Slovenia
Group F: Hungary
Group G: Sweden
Group H: Croatia and Norway
Group I: Denmark
Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates after putting his side in the lead against Moldova
Could qualify automatically
The best-placed third team in qualifying will automatically qualify for Euro 2016, but this is not determined through points tally, but through how many points the third placed team scored against the top five sides in the group.
Currently Hungary are set to qualify automatically, but should Turkey win against Iceland and Kazakhastan beat Latvia to steal fifth sport, Turkey would avoid the play-offs and go straight to France.
Group A: Turkey (as best placed third team)
Group F: Hungary (as best placed third team)
Group H: Norway and Croatia
Could make the play-offs
If Netherlands win against the Czech Republic and Turkey fail to beat Iceland, the Dutch could reach Euro 2016. However, a win for Turkey would guarantee their place in the play-offs and end the Dutch dream.
In Group B, three teams are fighting for a place in the play-offs. Cyprus need to beat Bosnia and Herzegovina and hope that Israel fail to win in Belgium. A win for Bosnia will guarantee their spot, while a draw between their two rivals or a Cyprus…