Although both sides have already advanced from the group, Sweden and Germany are still set to give everything in the other headline clash in Group C.
Well known unit Bet365 report they are live streaming the game direct from Stockholm through their website.(KO 19:45GMT)
Having beaten Ireland 3-0 in Cologne on Friday, Germany head to Stockholm as winners and are still unbeaten in the qualifying campaign.
With Germany not having anything on the line, it’s likely that Joachim Loew will give some of their younger players to show what they can do with both Sidney Sam and Max Kruse favourites to get rewarded for their good form in the Bundesliga.
How to watch Sweden v Germany live streaming
Sweden will go into their clash at the Friends Arena looking to get as much momentum as possible as they head into the playoffs next month.
The Swedes don’t have any fresh injury concerns ahead of the tie so head coach Erik Hamren could give Fulham midfielder Alex Kacaniklic and Norwich defender Martin Olsson the chance to prove themselves at international level.
Even though most things have been decided in Group C, Ireland and many of the others will be looking for positive results to help carry momentum into 2014.
Ireland go into their home game with Kazakhstan as 4/11 favourites know that they need a big win to stand absolutely any chance of overtaking Austria and finishing third in Group C.
It hasn’t been the greatest of qualifying campaigns for the Republic of Ireland but they can get the chance of finishing on a high by potentially leapfrogging Austria into third should results go their way.
To do this, Ireland would need to beat Kazakhstan by at least 8 goals and hope that Austria loses to the Faeroe Islands otherwise the Irish will stay in 4th place.
After regaining full fitness, national captain Robbie Keane is likely to start and earn his 130th cap for his country further extending his lead at the top of the all time standings.
Ireland will also welcome back two of their more experienced campaigners back into the squad as both Richard Dunne and John O’Shea return from the suspensions that kept them out of the loss to Germany.
Kazakhstan are guaranteed to finish 5th in the table no matter what happens having picked up 5 points from their 9 games so far in the group.
Having scored in the 1-1 draw with the Faeroe Islands on Friday, striker Andrey Finonchenko will likely maintain his place in the starting eleven over more experienced counterparts such as Sergei Ostarenko.