And that's it! The final international break ahead of the Qatar World Cup is over as the days continue to tick by until this winter's historical tournament begins.
In just over seven weeks Qatar will take on Ecuador in the opening game of the 2022 World Cup.
As Harry Kane trudged off the Wembley pitch on Monday having helped to inspire England to an enthralling comeback in their 3-3 draw with Germany, the next time he will pull on the Three Lions shirt will be in Doha when Gareth Southgate's side face Iran.
While several teams do fit in pre-tournament friendlies in the week preceding the opening World Cup game, the major preparation is already done and those games will be for fine-tuning rather than anything else.
However, after a disastrous week for several of Europe's big hitters such as France, England and Germany, there is a lack of certainty and confidence in terms of how they will perform in Qatar.
On the other hand, it's been a positive break for Brazil, Argentina and Croatia, with a plethora of teams looking in good shape.
The national team managers will now be intently examining their options ahead of naming their 26-man squads, with the deadline for this on November 13.
Below, Sportsmail ranks all 32 teams heading into the World Cup based on the shape they're in.