We've reached crunch time for our Juve internationals as just two games remain before the end of the group stage of World Cup Qualifying and many of our Juventus players are within touching distance of next summer's showcase in Russia.
Here are the scenarios for each of our Bianconeri who still have a shot at making it to Russia.
ITALY - Buffon, Barzagli, Bernardeschi, Chiellini, Rugani
Gli Azzuri host Macedonia at the Stadio Olimpico in Turin on Friday night before traveling to Albania for the final match of qualifying on Monday night.
Facing a Macedonia side with just seven points from eight matches, Italy will look to click at least a playoff spot needing just a point to ensure they'll at least remain alive after this weekend.
Three points behind Spain, Italy face a formidable task to take over first place in the group needing to win both their matches and have Spain to take no more than a point from matches at home against Albania and on the road at Spain. 17 goals behind Spain on difference, Italy will need to finish above Spain on points to automatically qualify.
CROATIA - Mandzukic
Mario Mandzukic and Croatia hold the slightest of leads at the top of their group with Iceland level on points while Turkey and Ukraine are just two points behind entering a dramatic final week of qualifying.
If Croatia can win at home against Finland and away to Ukraine, they will ensure passage to Russia while any slip up could send them to the playoff or even out all together.
Blaise Matuidi and Les Bleus are a point ahead of Sweden at the top of the group entering the final two matches. A tricky trip to Bulgaria on Saturday will be the toughest test for Matuidi and France. If they can win that match, then a coronation against bottom side Belarus awaits on Tuesday.
POLAND - Sczcesny
Poland sit three points above Montenegro and Denmark heading into the final two matches. They will travel to Armenia on Thursday needing a win to keep pace while a point would ensure at least a playoff spot for Poland with Montenegro facing Denmark on the same day. A potential winner-take-all showdown with Montenegro in Warsaw awaits Poland on Sunday.
SWITZERLAND - Lichtsteiner
Stephan Lichtsteiner and Switzerland sit three points above Portugal in a two-horse race. With both teams likely holding form against Hungary and Andorra respectively, a mouthwatering winner-take-all match to directly qualify to Russia awaits on Tuesday in Lisbon.