So just one more fixture to go tomorrow night and then our players return to London and won’t we all be glad to know they are in one piece.
Denmark v Malta – Nicklas Bendtner.
Denmark need to ensure they win this one if they are to qualify, so Bendtner will no doubt play the full match which is good for us as he needs playing time.
Sweden v Germany – Per Mertesacker & Mesut Ozil.
Germany have already secured their place in the World Cup so fingers crossed, neither will play the entire match, if at all.
France v Finland – Laurent Koscielny & Olivier Giroud.
France have secured second place and with Spain already way ahead on goal difference, they need to get a huge victory and hope that Spain lose if they are to get top spot. Giroud is certain to play but the fitness of Koscielny could be in doubt.
England v Poland – Jack Wilshere & Kieran Gibbs.
England need a win in order to top their group. Jack came off of the bench for the last match but Kieran didn’t make an appearance. , Wojciech Szczesny and Lukasz Fabianski were both unused substitutes for Poland who can’t qualify regardless of the result.
Belgium v Wales – Aaron Ramsey & Thomas Vermaelen.
Belgium have already qualified but if Thomas Vermaelen plays it’s not all bad as he’s another who needs playing time. Wales can’t qualify and it would be really good news if Chris Coleman gives Aaron Ramsey the night off.
England U-21 V Lithuania U-21′s – Carl Jenkinson.
Carl Jenkinson played the entire 90 minutes on Thursday night and at left-back would you believe. This match is tonight and no doubt our man will play the whole game again.
Spain v Finland - Nacho Monreal.
Our left-back played 45 minutes in the last match, he may very well again tomorrow night and he’s another who playing time will do little harm.
So there you have it, I’ll be glad when the matches are done and dusted and Arsenal can back to the domestic challenge ahead.
Finally, it’s the last day you can vote for Arsene Wenger as he’s been shortlisted for The Guardian’s inaugural Public Language Champion award.
The award seeks to celebrate individuals who have made exceptional use of an additional language, or who have championed the importance of learning one.
Wenger, who speaks French, English, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese, is nominated alongside the sailor Ellen MacArthur, actor Larry Lamb, comedian Eddie Izzard and the BBC patron Zeinab Badawi.
So get your votes in by clicking HERE.
That’s it for another day……