The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be held in Russia and England are hoping to continue their qualifying campaign.
Ahead of the game on Sunday (March 26), we've put together everything you need to know.
There are still tickets available through the FA website and they cost £35, £45, £55, and £65 but family enclosure tickets are no longer available.
The FA are enforcing a strict limit of eight tickets per person.
Wembley Stadium recommends a number of options for making your way to the game, including train and tube, coach, bus and by bike.
The stadium is served by Wembley Park station on the Jubilee and Metropolitan underground lines, Wembley Stadium station for Chiltern Railways and Wembley Central station on the Bakerloo, London Overground, London Midland and Southern lines.
National Express is the official coach company for the stadium and are providing journeys from across the UK for the games.
There are also the 18, 83, 92 and 224 buses that stop at the station.
Wembley Stadium is described as a “public transport destination” meaning parking is limited and management recommend drivers book in advance.
What time is kick off?
The gates open at 3.30pm before the kick off time of 5pm.
Is it televised?
The game is being televised in the UK on ITV and ITV HD.
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