England will learn their fate for this summer’s European Under 19 Championship when the draw is made later this afternoon.
The draw, held in Tallin, Estonia, sees eight teams pitted into two groups of four.
The tournament will be held from 3rd July till 15th July in the eastern European nation and also acts as a qualifying stage for next year’s FIFA Under 20 World Cup in Turkey.
Former Derby County and Sunderland goalkeeper Mart Poom will make the draw along with UEFA officials.
Estonia, England, Spain, France, Serbia, Greece, Croatia and Portugal are all in the draw.
It takes place at around 3.45pm (BST) and The Youth Radar will bring you full details of the draw later this evening.