What our internationals are up to
This is the final international break before the hard-hitting home stretch of the season. Les Rouge et Bleu have plenty to do, with both Euro 2020 qualifiers and international friendlies on the cards.
Uwe Gensheimer's Germany, currently top of their group, play a double-header against Poland. If they can build on their four-point lead, Germany could well punch their ticket for the finals.
Wednesday 10 April 9 18:00: Poland - Germany (in Gliwice)
Saturday 13 April 9 14:00: Germany - Poland (in Halle)
Luka Stepancic and his teammates are also off to a good start in qualifying. Hosts of the last Euros, the Croatians (two wins from two matches so far) will contest a Balkan derby against traditional rivals Serbia.
Thursday 11 April 9 18h00: Serbia - Croatia (in Belgrade)
Sunday 14 April 9 20h30: Croatia - Serbia (in Zadar)
Les Bleus are getting ready to battle their nearest rivals Portugal, who also won their first two qualifying matches, against Romania and Lithuania. A first test for Nikola Karabatic, Luc Abalo, Luka Karabatic and Nedim Remili who have been called up to the France team.
Thursday 11 April 9 20:00: Portugal - France (in Guimaraes)
Sunday 14 April 9 17:30: France - Portugal (in Strasbourg)
The reigning World Champions are going great guns, on top of the group with four points. Mikkel Hansen and Henrik Toft Hansen take on Montenegro, who have just a single point to their names after drawing with he Faroe Islands.
Monday 10 April 9 21:00: Montenegro - Denmark (in Podgorica)
Saturday 13 April 9 20:15: Denmark - Montenegro (in Copenhagen)
Reigning European Champions Spain are already qualified for the finals and so Jordi Ribera's 16 Hispanos will play a double-header against Euro 2020 host nation Austria. Some key players, like Viran Morros, have been rested for the occasion, but Rodrigo Corrales has been called up and will feature in goal for the Spaniards.
Meanwhile, Sweden and and Norway, Euro 2020 co-hosts along with Austria, will be facing off against each other in a hotly contested Scandinavian derby double-header that should see Parisians Sander Sagosen and Kim Ekdahl Du Rietz come face to face.
Thursday 11 April 9 18:20: Norway - Sweden (in Arendal)
Thursday 11 April 9 20:25: Austria - Spain (in Dornbirn)
Saturday 13 April 9 15:30: Sweden - Norway (in Partille)
Sunday 14 April 9 18:00: Spain - Austria (in Melilla)