Stuart Pearce's team will be in Pot A in Nyon on Friday.
Stuart Pearce will fly to Nyon on Friday to learn his team's fate in the draw for next month's Euro 2013 play-off.
Victory over Norway
on Monday confirmed England Under-21s' place in Pot A for the draw. They'll avoid the likes of Spain, Germany and Holland, who have all won this competition in the last five years.
With the Norwegians also out of the equation, it means the young Lions will draw one of the six other nations in Pot B. The winners of the seven two-legged ties will join hosts Israel in the Finals in June.
The draw will take place at 1pm (BST) on Friday afternoon and matches will be played betwen 12 and 16 October.
Spain (Group 5 winners)
Czech Republic (Group 3 winners)
England (Group 8 winners)
Netherlands (Group 10 winners)
Germany (Group 1 winners)
Italy (Group 7 winners)
France (Group 9 winners)
Switzerland (Group 5 runners-up)
Sweden (Group 2 winners)
Russia (Group 6 winners)
Serbia (Group 4 winners)
Denmark (Group 4 runners-up)
Slovenia (Group 2 runners-up)
Norway (Group 8 runners-up)