England Head Coach Sven-Goran Eriksson will watch some of his key players in action this weekend.
Sven will step up his preparation for the World Cup qualifiers against Austria and Poland next month with a visits to St. James' Park and Highbury this weekend.
Nicky Butt, Jermaine Jenas, Kieron Dyer, Paul Robinson, Ledley King and Jermain Defoe are all likely to feature tomorrow as Tottenham Hotspur visit Newcastle United.
All three of the Newcastle players had the honour of playing for England at their home ground on Wednesday as the Three Lions warmed up for the forthcoming qualifying campaign with an impressive 3-0 win over Ukraine.
"It was obviously a very good result and performance for England st St James' Park on Wednesday night so I'm happy to be going back so soon," Sven told us before heading back to Tyneside.
Goals from Real Madrid duo David Beckham and Michael Owen were followed up with a wonderful solo effort from Manchester City debutant Shaun Wright-Phillips.
Meanwhile there's a further chance to assess Ashley Cole on Sunday as the champions take on Middlesbrough at home.
Though Sol Campbell will still be missing with an achilles injury, the match gives Sven another chance to perhaps see more of the in-form Jermaine Pennant.
Tord Grip told TheFA.com this week that the winger's performance for Peter Taylor's Under-21 side was the best he'd seen from the former Notts County star.