Despite losing their 100% record in World Cup qualifying late on against Poland in their last fixture, England are almost guaranteed to return to winning ways when they travel south to face minnows Andorra on Saturday night.
With the international fixture pile-up now sorted, the number of matches in a window is now back to two again, after consecutive triple-headers, meaning Gareth Southgate does not need to worry as much about squad rotation as he did in September. He made 11 changes for their tie with Andorra last month and they still ran out comfortable 4-0 winners. The likelihood is Southgate may name a stronger lineup for the reverse tie here, but the priority will be placed on the following match with Hungary.
Even a second-string England side will have no problems seeing off Andorra comfortably, though. The minnows have regularly conceded heavy figures of late, including seven to Portugal, five to Latvia, and four to an Irish side who barely ever find the net. In their five meetings with England, they are trailing by an aggregate score of 20-0, and England have shown themselves to be a formidable force in attack under Southgate when playing against weaker countries.