Watch Romania v Serbia on Sky Sports Football from 1.55pm, with six more Nations League games live on Sky later on Sunday
Last Updated: 13/10/18 11:40pm
Poland and Italy go head-to-head while Russia host Turkey in the Nations League on Sunday, all live on Sky Sports.
Barely six years since they reached the European Championship finals, Italy find themselves in relative crisis without a win in five games on the back of their failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. They drew 1-1 with Poland at home but have only a point to their name after losing in Portugal last month.
Poland vs Italy
October 14, 2018, 7:40pm
The Poles have fared little better, losing 3-2 to Portugal on Thursday following an under-par performance on home soil, but will be desperate to improve against Italy – with the winner of this game taking a big step towards safety in the top group, and the game is live on Sky Sports Football at 7.45pm.
Turkey will be looking to exact some revenge over Russia, who beat them 2-1 in Trabzon last month, continuing their fine form from the World Cup.
Russia are unbeaten since losing their final group game of the tournament 3-0 to Uruguay in June, before exiting at the quarter-final stage on penalties against Croatia.
They are top of Group B2 with that win over Turkey, coupled with a draw with Sweden, leaving them on three points, but Sunday’s opponents are hot on their heels after a late comeback win against the Scandinavian side in their last Nations League game. The match is on the Sky Sports Football red button from 5pm.
Romania host Serbia with a repeat of the 2-2 the two sides played out in Belgrade last month a hope for any neutral, and Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic looking to keep up his red-hot form with 10 goals in 10 games for his country this calendar year.
Romania vs Serbia
October 14, 2018, 1:55pm
Serbia currently top Group C4 with two wins and a draw from their three games, but Romania sit in second and can catch them when they go head to head on Sky Sports Football from 2pm. Group rivals Lithuania and Montenegro also face off at 7.45pm on the red button.
Israel’s morale-boosting win over Scotland last week may help them improve their woeful home form with Albania next in town, and a chance to go top of Group C1 with a victory. Their game is on the red button from 7.45pm.
And in the bottom tier, all four teams in Group D3 are in action, with the Faroe Islands hosting Kosovo and Azerbaijan facing Malta, with both games on the red button from 5pm.