Thankfully there's no more international breaks until well in to the new year and we now know 21 of the 24 teams that'll be competing in Germany at Euro 2024.
A 1-1 draw with North Macedonia was a far from perfect end to England’s qualifying camping but it’s not put the bookies off making Gareth Southgate’s men joint favourites to win the tournament next summer.
Germany, with home advantage, are 6/1 to claim success on native soil. The three-time champions haven’t won the tournament since 1996, at Wembley, so will feel they’re overdue getting their hands on the Henri Delaunay Trophy once more but Julian Nagelsman doesn't have his problems to seek after another defeat to Austria last night.
Next in the betting are Spain at 7/1. They powered through qualifying after a stuttering start that saw them lose to Scotland at Hampden Park.
Portugal were arguably the most impressive in qualifying, winning all eight matches, scoring 36 goals and conceding just two – although on paper it looked a pretty weak group. Regardless, they’re 8/1 to repeat their 2006, Ronaldo-inspired success.
European heavyweights, Belgium, Netherlands and Italy are all 16/1, with the latter two having to succeed from Pot 3 and Pot 4 respectively in the draw.
Dark horses could come in the shape of Denmark or Croatia who have tremendous tournament experience, both of whom are 33/1.
Fancy Steve Clarke to conquer Europe? You can have 80/1 on Scotland ripping up European Football and “bringing football home” – We can but dream!
The next key date is December 2nd when the draw for the finals will be held in Hamburg.
Then in March we’ll learn who the final three nations to qualify will be. The qualifying play-off semi-finals take place on March 21st with three finals taking place on March 26th.
The tournament starts on June 14th when hosts Germany will kick things off against their opponents in Munich. 51 matches later we’ll be in Berlin for the final and the crowning of the 2024 European Champions on July 14th.
Three fancies have been picked out for Wednesday's racing, with two at Ffos Las and one at Warwick.
As always, post your tips for today in the comments section below.