Broadband provider Sky has given its TV deals a boost by buying the rights to England's away qualifiers for Euro 2012.
Subscribers to the firm's range of packages with Sky Sports access will be able to catch Fabio Capello's men take on the likes of Wales, Switzerland, Bulgaria and Montenegro as they look to book a place at the upcoming tournament.
In addition, qualifying matches featuring Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and Scotland will also be shown.
Barney Francis, Managing Director of Sky Sports, told the official website that the firm was looking forward to its "strongest ever season", as it also has access to 115 live matches from the Premier League.
He added: "We will also show each of the international teams live in the opening week of the tournament and over 30 live qualifiers throughout the campaign."
Sky recently confirmed that it has acquired Virgin Media's portfolio of TV channels.