MATCH OF THE DAY
England v Liechtenstein
Wed 10 Sep, 1930 BST, BBC 1
Gary Lineker is joined in the studio by Alan Hansen, Peter Reid and Peter Schmeichel as England continue their Euro 2004 qualifying campaign.
Sven-Goran Eriksson's side came from behind to win the crucial Euro 2004 qualifier in Macedonia on Saturday.
David Beckham kept alive England's hopes of automatic qualification for next summer's finals with the winner from the penalty spot after Wayne Rooney's 53rd minute equaliser.
England now face Liechtenstein at Old Trafford on Wednesday knowing that victory will set Eriksson's side up for the Group Seven showdown with Turkey in Istanbul on 11 October.
England have been boosted ahead of the Liechtenstein game with the return to fitness of Steven Gerrard and Rio Ferdinand.
But three of Sven-Goran Eriksson's men will be walking a disciplinary tightrope if they figure against the Group Seven minnows at Old Trafford.
Captain David Beckham, Sol Campbell and Gerrard could all miss the crucial tie in Turkey next month if they pick up a booking.
Eriksson may decide to rest Real Madrid star Beckham just to make sure his most influential player can take part in the group decider in Istanbul.
The 28-year-old has already been suspended once during this competition for two bookings and he picked up another in Macedonia on Saturday, along with Campbell.
John Motson and Trevor Brooking will be live in the Old Trafford commentary box, plus regular updates from Scotland and Wales' crucial Euro 2004 qualifiers.
Join Dougie Donnelly with guests Gordon Strachan and Gordon Smith for Scotland's crucial Euro 2004 qualifier against Germany, live from Dortmund's Westfalen Stadium on BBC One Scotland from 1945 BST.
Wales return to the Millennium Stadium to face Finland in another crucial match as they strive to reach the Euro 2004 finals, live on BBC Two Wales from 1910 BST.