Latest England v Poland odds as the Three Lions are placed as 1/4 favourites in the odds by Paddy Power to beat Poland as a win will be enough to prevent Ukraine from stealing top spot away at the last minute (KO 20:00 GMT).
England and Ukraine go into the final round of fixtures knowing that a win will send either side to Brazil for the World Cup finals.
Group leaders England know that they hold their fate in their hands as they need a win at Wembley to qualify for the World Cup for the 5th straight occasion.
Although England will be without Ashley Cole for the game, Everton left-back Leighton Baines will continue to deputize after a strong performance in the last few England games.
Alongside that, Tottenham winger Andros Townsend will also be likely to retain his place after an impressive debut that involved a goal and assist in the 4-1 thrashing of Montenegro on Friday night.
With Tom Cleverley picking up an injury over the weekend, Roy Hodgson has also taken the liberty of calling up Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling to the squad who could make his international debut later in the match.
Poland had been in contention for a possible World Cup spot until Friday where their 1-0 loss to Ukraine eliminated them from the competition.
The only absentee in the Polish squad ahead of the clash is midfield Pawel Wzsolek who is out injured although the Euro 2012 co-hosts will be likely to field a similar to that lost on Friday night.
This means that England will have to deal with lively striker Robert Lewandowski who has been on stellar form for Borussia Dortmund this season scoring 9 goals in 9 games in all competitions.
For Ukraine to qualify, they will need to beat lowly San Marino and hope that England fail to beat Poland on Tuesday evening.
Having beaten San Marino 9-0 in Lviv last month, Ukraine will know that they have the resources to get the result they need without much difficulty especially with a full squad to choose from.
This means that the likes of Marko Devic and Oleg Husyev will be looking to inflict even more misery on the minnows in a bid to try and and win the group.
With the whole of Group G on a knife edge, all eyes will be on Wembley to see whether England can get the job done and qualify for the World Cup at Ukraine’s expense.