The draw for the play-off stages of the European Under-21 Championship will be made next Friday.
Following Friday's victory over Portugal at Wembley, England Under-21s have confirmed their place in the play-off draw for the 2009 European Under-21 Championship.
Stuart Pearce's team saw off the Portuguese by 2-0 in what was their final game of the group stage and they will now face a team who have progressed from one of the other nine groups over two legs for a place in the finals, which are to be held in Sweden next summer.
England will have to wait until next week before they know who they will be facing in the play-off, as the draw for this stage of the competition is made at 11am on Friday 12 September at the HSB Turning Torso Meetings skyscraper in Malmo, Sweden.
Swedish international striker Henrik Larsson, ambassador for next summer's final tournament, will be among the dignitaries present as the ten group winners and four best runners-up enter the draw to determine the seven matches.
The play-offs will be played on a home-and-away basis on 10/11 and 14/15 October. The victors from each two-legged tie will join hosts Sweden in the competition proper from 15 to 29 June 2009. The qualifying round concludes this week.