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Finally, we'll round the day off with what could be an absolute classic: Chelsea against Tottenham.
Tim Sherwood has promised Jose Mourinho's men that Spurs will attack the Blues at Stamford Bridge, meaning a fascinating London derby awaits!
Preview: Chelsea - Tottenham
The most important of these is undoubtedly Cardiff City against Fulham - and Jay Jaffa has penned a 'pantomime' preview to the clash:
Cardiff - Fulham: Battle of the pantomime clubs
At the same time, however, we have Premier League football for you at the Hawthorns, where both sides are under pressure.
Pepe Mel hasn't won a game since becoming West Brom manager - he's had six attempts - and he now faces the beleaguered David Moyes as Manchester United come to town.
Match Preview: West Brom - Man United
The visitors are an Everton side led by Roberto Martinez - last year's FA Cup winning manager.
Could this be either side's last chance of silverware this season?
Preview: Arsenal v Everton
Today's games are rather nicely spread out, with two in the morning, three in the afternoon and one in the evening. Here's our full fixture list:
Arsenal v Everton (12.45pm)
West Brom v Manchester United (12.45pm)
Cardiff City v Fulham (3pm)
Crystal Palace v Southampton (3pm)
Norwich City v Stoke City (3pm)
Chelsea v Tottenham (5.30pm)
Roll up, roll up, it's time for Premier League football!
But, luckily for us, there's also an FA Cup game on the horizon between Arsenal and Everton.
So, without further ado, let's get cracking - welcome to Goal's Matchday LIVE Blog!
If you want to keep up with the action in Madrid, you can follow play-by-play action below:
Spain 1-0 Italy
Thanks for joining me, Tom McKeown, this evening. It's been a jam-packed night of international football with wins for England, Wales and Scotland.
Enjoy the rest of your night, and we'll see you soon!
The World champions finally take the lead after a barrage of pressure inside the Italy half. David Silva sees an effort blocked before it goes loose in the area, and Pedro is first to it, firing a low shot which squirms under Gianluigi Buffon and into the net.
The hosts have pushed themselves back in front, and then some. Two goals in as many minutes from Raul Meireles then Fabio Coentrao have put Portugal 3-1 up against Cameroon, and will hope they should easily be able to hold on for victory as they enter the last 20 minutes.
Will we be seeing this a lot in Brazil? Roy Hodgson - and every England fan - hopes so. Up next for the Three Lions is a friendly with Peru in May before matches with Ecuador and Honduras in Miami.
Then, it's the small matter of Italy in Manaus on 14 June...
Reaction is slowly coming in from Wembley now. Denmark boss Morten Olsen has a little tongue-in-cheek dig at England:
"I wish you good luck in the World Cup," he said. "You need it!"
Ooh, cheeky. (He's right, though).
The hosts nearly take the lead as David Silva carves open the Italy defence with a beautiful pass for Thiago Alcantara. Gianlugi Buffon uses all his experience, though, to make himself look utterly enormous and manages to divert the midfielder's effort wide of the post.
England have taken victory tonight, but there is still much work to be done ahead of the World Cup. Wayne Veysey has taken many positives from tonight's affair at Wembley, though:
"There is warm applause as England's players troop off after an exercise that Roy Hodgson and his backroom staff will have considered very useful.
"Liverpool's lack of action this weekend allowed the manager to play quartet Steven Gerrard, Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling and Daniel Sturridge for virtually the whole match and they responded with impressive displays. Sturridge provided a mobile focal point to the attack and a goal threat, nonchalantly putting away the header that sealed the win for the home side.
"As March friendlies go, crammed as they are between key club fixtures, this was a relatively instructive evening for England."
Wow, what a manic evening it's been! We've still got the second half to come in Madrid, but let's look at some of the big results tonight:
South Africa 0-5 Brazil
Cyprus 0-0 Northern Ireland
Romania 0-0 Argentina
Germany 1-0 Chile
Poland 0-1 Scotland
Republic of Ireland 1-2 Serbia
Wales 3-1 Iceland
England 1-0 Denmark
France 2-0 Netherlands
A good evening for Wales, then, and you won't be shocked to hear Gareth Bale had a lot to do with it. Here are Theo Squires' final-whistle thoughts:
"The few Wales fans present at the Cardiff City Stadium tonight will be going home very happy after an impressive performance by Chris Coleman's side, filled with plenty of positives.
"Gareth Bale was unsurprisingly the star performer, scoring one magnificent goal and creating the other two as Wales ran out comfortable 3-1 victors against an uninspiring Iceland team. Meanwhile, Emyr Huws will have impressed many with a confident debut performance.
"It could so easily have been more than three, and with the Welsh improving game after game, they may just end their 58-year wait to qualify for a international tournament at Euro 2016.
"It might only have been Iceland, but who would bet against them when they can boast the world's most expensive footballer amongst their ranks?"
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