England travel to Croatia to play their first away match in the Nations League on Friday - but the fixture will take place behind closed doors.
The match is England's second group game in the Nations League. After losing to Spain 2-1 at Wembley last month, Gareth Southgate's side will be hoping for a positive result against Croatia to boost their hopes of reaching the Nations League finals next summer.
The match will take place in the city of Rijeka. Stadion HNK Rijeka has a capacity of just over 8,000 spectators and Croatia have played there just twice before.
So why is it behind closed doors?
Croatia are serving the second part of their two-game punishment imposed by UEFA after a swastika was marked on their pitch before a Euro 2016 qualifier against Italy.
They were also deducted a point for their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign over the incident - although they still qualified for the France showpiece, going on to lose their last-16 tie to eventual winners Portugal.
"This is sabotage and felony," Tomislav Pacak, a Croatia Football Federation spokesman said at the time, in relation to the swastika.
Their November home tie with Nations League Group A4 rivals Spain will be open to support.
Croatia played the first match of their two-game stadium ban in October 2015, in a fixture with Bulgaria. But they have not had a home fixture in a UEFA competition since.
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