England host North Macedonia in their fourth qualifier for Euro 2024 in Germany knowing a win will take them just three points from qualification.
Gareth Southgate’s side put four past minnows Malta on Friday evening, with penalties from Harry Kane and Callum Wilson following an early Ferdinando Apap own goal and Trent Alexander-Arnold stunner.
The Liverpool right-back thrived as a central midfielder, putting in a starring performance alongside club teammate Jordan Henderson and West Ham’s Declan Rice.
Yet Malta failed to put up any real challenge as they did not register a single shot or corner in the entire game and managed just 34 per cent possession.
North Macedonia will be out for immediate redemption after they frittered away a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 to Ukraine on Friday.
Trabzonspor midfielder Enis Bardhi opened the scoring, before Napoli’s Elif Elmas doubled the Macedonian lead.
England return to Old Trafford for what will be the final game of a gruelling season, which took its toll on Bukayo Saka against Malta.
The Arsenal winger was substituted at half-time after picking up a knock and is unlikely to feature on Monday evening.
How to watch England vs North Macedonia
Date: Monday 19 June
TV channel: Channel 4, coverage begins at 7pm
Live stream: Watch it live on All4
However, Manchester City‘s five-strong England contingent may play a part after only Phil Foden made an appearance off the bench in Valletta.
Kyle Walker, Jack Grealish, John Stones and Kalvin Phillips will all be available for selection, even after Grealish’s recent post-Champions League final bender.
Meanwhile, Eberechi Eze will be hoping for more minutes having made his debut last time out.