The potential easiest group England could be drawn in at Euro 2024 next summer has been revealed.
Gareth Southgate's side qualified for their eighth successive major tournament with ease last month following a 3-1 victory over Italy at Wembley.
They faced two further Euro 2024 qualifying fixtures over the past week, beating Malta 2-0 last Friday and drawing 1-1 with North Macedonia on Monday evening and are now all set for the tournament's group stage draw on December 2.
19 other teams have also secured automatic qualification for the tournament, alongside hosts Germany, with the three final spots to be decided by the play-offs which take place in March 2024.
The Three Lions will be top seeds next summer by virtue of their qualifying performance and Sky Sports have calculated their potential friendliest group stage opponents based on those teams to have already secured their place in Germany.
With the current state of play, Mail Sport reported how a nightmare draw for England - who are one of six top seeds for the six groups - will see them faced with games against the Netherlands, Croatia and Denmark.
However, on the contrary England's potential easiest draw would see them pitted against Albania, Slovenia and Serbia.
Albania reached just their second ever major tournament after impressively topping a qualifying group that included the Czech Republic and Poland, but they are ranked at world No 59.
Their only previous appearance on the big stage was Euro 2016 when they crashed out in the group stages.
Meanwhile, Slovenia only came behind Denmark in qualifying by virtue of their head-to-head record after winning seven of their 10 games.
However, they are still ranked 54th in the world and barring RB Leipzig wonderkid BenjaminRead on m.allfootballapp.com