Manchester United will be well represented when the final round of 2024 European Championship qualifiers are played in November.

Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire are nailed on to feature in the England squad for their final Group C matches against Malta (H) and North Macedonia (A).

The Three Lions are now Euro 2024 favourites after booking their place in Germany next summer and will fancy their chances of finishing the group stage with a flourish.

Rashford boosted his claims for a regular starting role in England’s recent qualifier against Italy, netting a brilliant goal in the second half.

The Man United forward looked low on confidence before the break, but eventually stepped things to demonstrate why he should be in the line-up.

Maguire’s place in the starting XI has been guaranteed under Gareth Southgate, despite him falling out of favour at Old Trafford.

He looked ponderous in possession against Italy but made some useful defensive blocks and seems sure to feature heavily in England’s final qualifying matches.

While England are already safely through to the tournament next summer, Denmark still have work to do before their place is guaranteed.

Man United striker Rasmus Hojlund has been key to their bid to progress from Group H, netting seven goals during their qualifying campaign.

Hojlund will lead the line in their crucial qualifier at home to Slovenia and their subsequent visit to Northern Ireland, while midfielder Christian Eriksen should also feature.

The Danes are level on points with Slovenia heading into their final two games but cannot afford any slip-ups with Kazakhstan waiting in the wings.

Kazakhstan can close the gap on the top two when they host San Marino and could bag one of the qualification spots if they beat Slovenia in their last match.

Scott McTominay will be eager to continue his excellent international form when Scotland complete their qualifying campaign.

Scotland have already qualified alongside Spain but will want to round things off by defeating Georgia (A) and Norway (H) in their final two matches.

McTominay has scored six goals for Scotland during qualification and was unfortunate not to add to his tally after having an effort chalked off in their recent outing against Spain.

While a recent friendly defeat against France highlighted that Scotland cannot rest on their laurels, they can be proud of the way they have played in the Euro 2024 qualifiers.

Portugal have even more reason to be pleased with themselves after claiming top spot in their group with a perfect record.

Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot have both been an integral part of Roberto Martinez’s team and look sure to feature against Liechtenstein (A) and Iceland (H).

Victor Lindelof will be in the Sweden squad for their final two matches, but their hopes of qualification are already over.

Lindelof was in the starting XI for Sweden’s recent visit to Belgium – a game which was abandoned at half-time after two Swedish nationals were killed in Brussels.

The Sweden captain was a statesmanlike figure in the aftermath, offering reassuring words to the family and friends of the victims.

His team will pay their respects to the deceased when they visit Azerbaijan on November 16 and at their home game against Estonia three days later.