Leicester City stars Ben Marshall and Martyn Waghorn will be looking to help England secure their place in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship play-offs tonight.
England, who are currently top of Group Eight, need just a point against second-placed Norway in their final group game at Chesterfield to guarantee a spot in the play-off round.
Marshall will be hoping to pick up his second England cap after coming off the bench to make his international debut in the 2-0 victory over Azerbaijan on Thursday.
Both City players started on the bench before Marshall replaced Wilfried Zaha in the 61st minute.
Waghorn could also win his fourth England cap if he features tonight – the striker has a good record for his country, netting twice in his three appearances.
A point for Stuart Pearce's young guns would secure a play-off double-header, in October, where outright victory over two legs would see them progress to the finals, in Israel.
The duo are two of six City players in international action this week.
Marko Futacs will be looking to add to his Hungary Under-21 goal tally when they welcome Liechtenstein for their qualifier tonight.
Anthony Knockaert could also feature for France Under-21s when his side entertain Uruguay tonight.
Andy King and Sean St Ledger will be involved with matches for Wales and the Republic of Ireland respectively tomorrow. King will travel with Wales for their World Cup qualifier against Serbia, while St Ledger heads to Fulham for a friendly against Oman.
Tickets for England's game against Norway at Chesterfield tonight (7.0) are priced at £10 adults, £5 children.