Here's what happened in the latest round of qualifying:
David James started on the bench as England travelled to Ukraine but found himself playing after 14 minutes when Robert Green was sent off.
He conceded in a 1-0 defeat which wrecked Fabio Capello's 100% qualifying record but the result now means Ukraine are in pole position to finish as group runners-up ahead of Croatia, which would be some sort of revenge after the Euro 2008 qualifying disaster.
Asmir Begovic made a senior appearance for his new country, Bosnia & Herzegovina when he was subbed on in stoppage time. The Bosnians won 2-0 in Estonia and have booked themselves a place in the play-offs.
Tal Ben Haim played the full 90 minutes for Israel in a 3-1 win against Moldova which gives them hope as they lie two points behind second placed Greece with one game to play.
Nadir Belhadj scored in a 3-1 win for Algeria against Rwanda in Africa meaning that his country should qualify for the World Cup barring a disasterous turnaround of results in the final round of qualifying matches next month. Hassan Yebda also made a substitute appearance for the Algerians.