At long last, the international break comes to an end tonight with the final round of UEFA Nations League fixtures, including important clashes for Scotland against Ukraine, the Iberian derby between Spain and Portugal and Greece host Northern Ireland. Stick with us throughout the day as we bring you the latest football news.
Sarina Wiegman has named her Lionesses squad for October.
Argentina are the first team to sell out their first three games in the World Cup.
Gareth Southgate is trying to gain entry to Iran vs Senegal despite the game being played behind closed doors.
John Obi Mikel has announced his retirement from professional football.
Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand believes Christian Eriksen's best years are ahead of him.
Everton confirm midfielder Allan has joined Abu Dhabi club Al Wahda on a permanent deal.
Best of luck, Allan 👊
JD Sports, Elite Sports and Rangers FC have been fined a total of £2m for fixing prices of replica football kits.
CMA released this statement:
"At a time when many people are worried about the rising cost of living, it is important that football fans are able to benefit from competitively priced merchandise. Instead, Elite, JD Sports and, to some extent, Rangers, worked together to keep prices high."
From Harry Kane to Jordan Pickford, below we’ve plucked out and discussed those that should be in the starting XI against Iran...
Luke Shaw has defended his club captain Harry Maguire as he calls him the footballer to receive the most stick in football.
Newcastle are pursuing Central Coast Mariners star, Garang Kuol, and may loan him to a European club to allow him to get a visa to play in the UK. The 18-year-old made his debut for Australia last week.