Steven Caulker, Danny Rose, Adam Smith and Harry Kane are all in Stuart Pearce's squad for the final group match against Norway at Chesterfield's Proact Stadium. Kick-off is 7pm.
A draw will be enough for the Young Lions to win the group but they will go through to the play-offs for next summer's finals as one of four best runners-up even if Norway win the game and leapfrog them at the top.
Steven was on target in Friday's 2-0 win at Azerbaijan and is determined to go out with a bang.
"We go into every game hoping to win," he told the FA.com. "It'll be a tough test but on a surface we're used to and in front of home supporters, it's a game we're looking forward to."
It could be a big night for Jordan Archer and Scotland Under-21s.
Having secured second place with Friday's 3-0 win against Luxembourg, they have to beat Austria to have a chance of taking one of the four best runners-up spots in the play-offs.
Away from Under-21s, Emmanuel Adebayor scored a valuable last-minute equaliser for Togo in Gabon in the first leg of Africa Cup of Nations qualifying. The second leg is in October.
There are 15 play-offs for 15 teams to join hosts South Africa in the finals in January and February next year.
Sandro is in the Brazil squad for a friendly against China in Sao Paolo on Monday night.
Kenneth McEvoy played 90 minutes as Republic of Ireland Under-19s drew 1-1 against Latvia in a friendly on Saturday.