Gareth Southgate and England are looking to make a statement after a largely disappointing draw against Scotland last week, as they take on current leaders the Czech Republic in their final Group D outing on Tuesday.
England have been underwhelming in both of their two games to date, though beating Croatia 1-0 in their opener, but are still likely to progress to the last-16, even with defeat.
The Three Lions will guarantee a place in the round of 16 with a draw, though that would see them finish second, while a win would propel Southgate's side to the top of the group. Should Scotland fail to beat Croatia, England will qualify regardless of their result.
While Southgate will want to gain some momentum ahead of the last-16, winning the group would see England take on the runners-up from Group F, which would be one of France, Germany, Portugal or Hungary.
Meanwhile, a second-place finish would see England take on the runners-up from Group E, being Sweden, Slovakia, Spain or Poland, certainly an easier route on paper. With a place in the last-16 not yet officially confirmed, England don't have the luxury of playing tactically, however.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
With the clash quickly approaching, Sportsmail takes you through the all-important information.
England's disappointing draw against Scotland means they still have work to do in Group D
The final group game between England and the Czech Republic will take place on Tuesday, June 22.
The match will start at 8pm BST and will be held at Wembley Stadium, which will once again be at 25 per cent capacity.
Elsewhere, Group D rivals Croatia and Scotland will also go head-to-head in their final group game, with the match kicking off at the same time.How to watch the match
Czech Republic vs England will be broadcast for free on ITV1 at ITV 2, with coverage starting at 7pm and 7.05pm respectively.
UK viewers will be able to stream the match online for free via the ITV Hub.
Sportsmail will also be running a live blog, so you can keep up-to-date with us.Group D table, fixtures and results
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None of the four nations are officially qualified as of yet, with Scotland still able to progress
Czech Republic's Patrik Schick is the joint top-scorer in the tournament with three goals, including his stunning long-range effort against Scotland in their Group D opener
Surprisingly, it's the Czech Republic who sit top of Group D with just one game to play, following their win over Scotland and draw with Croatia.
The top-two of England and the Czech Republic are all-but through, with four points most likely enough to qualify as one of the four-best third-placed teams as a minimum.
As stated, winning on Tuesday is the only way England can top the group, while a draw would see them progress as runners-up, with the Czech Republic finishing first.
Both Scotland and Croatia must get a win if they are to stand any chance at all.
Scotland gave themselves hope with their historic draw against the Three Lions, and they could still seal second-place if they beat Croatia, so long as the Czech Republic beat England, and so long as their goal difference is higher than Southgate's side.June 13: England 1-0 Croatia June 14: Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic June 18: Croatia 1-1 Czech Republic June 18: England 0-0 Scotland June 22: Czech Republic vs England - 8pm June 22: Croatia vs Scotland - 8pm England need their talisman to perform
Harry Kane is under pressure, having failed to score in either of England's two games to date
The England captain has been substituted in both matches after failing to make an impact
One of the major talking points of the tournament has been the form of Harry Kane, who is yet to score - or even make