Germany play host to Italy on Tuesday, 29th of March at the Allianz-Arena in Munich in a much anticipated high profile friendly match ahead of Euro 2016. Having run into a terrible run of form recently, the Germans are still licking their wounds from Saturday's 3-2 defeat to England. Italy on the other hand, are coming off the back of an impressive display against Spain at home where they kept La Furia Roja at bay with a 1-1 draw.
While Belgium is still recovering from the twin terror attacks last week, their national football team must now prepare for the rescheduled friendly in Portugal on Tuesday night.
The terror attacks in Belgium forced authorities to shift the venue of the international friendly between the Red Devils and Portugal from Brussels to Leiria, where the two sides will continue their Euro 2016 preparations on Tuesday.
In the macho world of international football, world champions Germany have taken a more spiritual approach and will again employ a yoga teacher, whose pupils include Madonna and Sting, to help prepare for Euro 2016.
Kenyan police fired tear gas to disperse protesting spectators after a stunning 1-0 home defeat by minnows Guinea-Bissau Sunday in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
With Zlatan Ibrahimovic set to leave Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season, reports in France suggest the Ligue 1 champions could target Manchester United striker Anthony Martial as a replacement for the Swede.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls insisted Sunday that fan zones at Euro 2016 will be as safe as the tournament's stadiums despite fears they may be soft targets for terror attacks.
Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy have been in sparkling form for their clubs this season. Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur occupy the top two spots in the Premier League, thanks in large part to their goalscoring exploits.
Harry Kane's superb run of form has prompted former England striker Emile Heskey to suggest that the Tottenham Hotspur forward is good enough to play for Real Madrid.
Spain's preparations for the 2016 Euros hit a stumbling block as Vicente Del Bosque's men were held to a second consecutive draw in the international break -- this time by Romania.