England will reunite for their UEFA Nations League campaign in the coming months in what will be the first time the Three Lions have played in almost a year.
Gareth Southgate and co. will get the ball rolling in their second Nations League on September 4 with an away trip to Iceland - England are priced at 4/6 to beat Iceland four years after they knocked Roy Hodgson's men out of Euro 2016.
England will then travel to Denmark on September 7 for their second game out of seven. A month break will then take place before the Three Lions host their first fixture at Wembley in 11 months, as they meet heavyweights Belgium on October 10 and then Denmark on October 13.
Last year's Nations League third-placed side will then conclude their 2020 Nations League group campaign with a trip to Belgium on November 14 and then host Iceland on November 17 to see close the group.
All of England's Nations League fixtures are expected to take place in Autumn as travelling restrictions across Europe ease. With this said, no friendlies or warmup games have been announced yet, but do expect a small friendly schedule from now until then, perhaps against a fellow UK nation.