International week is upon us, and with it another period of navel-gazing, hand-wringing and head-bashing-repeatedly-on-hard-surface about the state of the England national football team. A 4-0 victory over Malta was far more impressive on paper than in inconvenient reality, and host Thom Gibbs is duty-bound to address it. Telegraph Sport's chief football correspondent Jason Burt weighs in on where the national side is at under Gareth Southgate, as well as naming his winners and losers from the summer transfer window.
Former England captain Faye White explains the difference a good captain can make to a football team, as the England men continue their search for a permanent armband-wearer.
Telegraph Sport's James Ducker assesses the likelihood of Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland making it to Russia 2018 and former QPR winger Andy Sinton takes us behind the scenes at Saturday's Game 4 Grenfell at Loftus Road.