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Russia v Republic of Ireland
Ireland have only won two of their previous nine meetings with Russia (including games played as the former Soviet Union) in all competitions.
Ireland have lost all four previous games in Russia, losing 2-4 on their last visit to Moscow in a Euro 2004 qualifier.
Russia have kept three consecutive clean sheets at home, winning two of the games 1-0 and drawing the other.
Ireland are unbeaten in 12 away games in all competitions, not being defeated since September 2007.
Ireland have made more flick-ons than any other team in Euro 2012 qualifying (104).
In Russia's last seven internationals the respective away sides have only managed to net a total of two goals.
Estonia v Northern Ireland
The last two meetings between these sides (both friendlies) both finished 1-0 to Northern Ireland.
Estonia have only lost two of their last 11 home games in all competitions.
Konstantin Vassiljev has scored five goals in Estonia's last five home games combined.
Nigel Worthington's side have only won two of their last 21 internationals in all competitions.
Estonia ended a run of five successive defeats without scoring by beating Slovenia 2-1 in their last qualifier on Friday.
Northern Ireland have only won one of their last 12 away games; a 1-0 win in Slovenia back in September 2010.
England v Wales
England have won their last three matches against Wales, and haven't lost to Gary Speed's side since a 0-1 Home Nations defeat in May 1984.
Frank Lampard has opened the scoring with a goal in the opening seven minutes in two of the last three clashes between these sides.
Wales have scored just two goals in their last seven clashes with the Three Lions combined.
England won their only previous home Euro qualifier with Wales 5-1 back in November 1966.
England are winless in four home internationals in all competitions. If they fail to beat Wales, they will equal their all-time record of five winless home games, last set in April 1981.
Fabio Capello's men have won six and lost just one of 10 games since their disappointing exit from the World Cup in 2010.
It has now been 32 games since Wales' last draw.
Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey started together for the first time in Euro 2012 qualifying against Montenegro last Friday, a game in which Wales picked up their first win of the campaign.
Wayne Rooney's last four international goals have all come in the month of September.
Wales are the only team yet to have a single blocked shot in Euro 2012 qualifying so far.
Scotland v Lithuania
Scotland are unbeaten in four meetings with Lithuania, winning three and drawing the other.
Lithuania have lost seven of their last eight away internationals, failing to score in each of their last three.
There has been a red card shown in both of Lithuania's last two games.
Scotland have scored at least two goals in each of their last five home internationals.
Craig Levein's side have scored with exactly 50% of their attempted shots from inside the box, the best return of any side in Euro 2012 qualifying.
Only one of Scotland's last 10 home internationals has ended in a draw, their 2-2 deadlock with the Czech Republic last time out.