Although club football is on hiatus for the summer, there are still plenty of games to keep fans entertained. Fresh off this past weekend's games, which featured plenty of key EURO 2024 qualifying ties, another batch of matches is in store over the next couple of days.
Here's all you need to know.
When are the games being played?
The upcoming round of UEFA EURO 2024 qualifying games will be taking place on June 19th and June 20th.
What are some of the key matches to follow?
Highlights of the upcoming two days include England vs North Macedonia, with the Three Lions seeking to continue their comfortable path to EURO 2024 following their resounding 4-0 win over Malta a few days ago. Meanwhile, France will welcome Greece, which on paper, should be a straightforward win for Les Bleus, but Greece, who won EURO 2004, will be confident of possibly causing problems after beating Ireland 2-1.
Scotland have had a stunning start to EURO 2024 qualifiers, with three wins from their last three games, including beating Spain and most recently, Norway. Certainly, the Tartan Army will fancy their chances at making it four wins on the spin when they take on Eastern European minnows Georgia on Tuesday.
Norway, for their part, have had a poor start and have earned just one win from their last three games. Erling Haaland cut a very frustrated win during his team's 2-1 defeat to Scotland last time out, especially considering that Norway had a 1-0 lead for most of the game. They will seek to redeem themselves against struggling Cyprus, with that game also set to take place on Tuesday, June 20th.
Finally, Austria's brilliant start to qualifiers continued as they held Belgium to a 1-1 draw to ensure they remained in control of the table. They'll naturally look to extend their lead when they face Sweden on Tuesday.
Check out LSTV's EURO 2024 qualifying page for more info where to watch these games and more.