A wonderful evening for the home nations. Two wins and a draw. And that is that for our live text coverage. Thanks, as always, for joining. Until next time...
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- England already qualified for Euro 2017
- A draw will be enough for England to secure top spot
- Scotland also qualified
- Wales cannot qualify
Wales Women end their Euro 2017 qualifying campaign with a creditable draw against Austria in Newport.
Read the match report here.
BBC Sport Scotland
A terrific win for Scotland, underlining how much they have improved over the course of this qualifying campaign. Anna Signeul will be rightly delighted at the way they controlled much of this game and withstood heavy pressure late on to ensure a surprise victory.
Victory for England and they qualify for the European Championships as Group Seven leaders.
Tessa Wullaerts with the header, Karen Bardsley calmly gathers. A final chance for Belgium in these closing stages?
The stadium announcer informs us there will be three minutes of added time, not enough, you'd think, for Belgium to start a comeback.
Karen Carney has done enough and is replaced by debutant Millie Bright. A minute remaining.
If you missed it, here's a chance to watch England's opening goal by Nikita Parris, the strike which set England on their way to victory.
Jade Moore wins the ball and sets Karen Carney free on the edge of the box. The Chelsea player weaves by one defender and as she shoots the ball deflects into goal via Van de Puite, wrong-footing Odeurs in goal. It's still Carney's goal, however. England home and dry.
Substitute Davina Philijens sprints down the left flank from deep, aims a cross-cum-shot which Karen Bardsley leaves and watches curl wide.
As the minutes tick by it's looking ever likelier that England will see this one out. Jade Moore's heels are clipped, earning England a free-kick which Steph Houghton launches into opposition territory with little effect.
Mark Sampson changes the line-up again, replacing goalscorer Nikita Parris with Rachel Daley.Just over 10 minutes remaining.
Fifteen minutes remaining of the 90 and Belgium have yet to threaten since England took the lead. The hosts are organised, but lack a spark in the final third with striker Tessa Wullaerts coming deep to find the ball.
England engineer a free-kick 35 yards or so from goal and it's Karen Carney who will take this one. She aims towards the back post, where Lucy Bronze is lurking, but Odeurs is alert to the danger and palms the ball away for a corner kick which ultimately comes to nothing.
England looking likely to extend their unbeaten run to seven matches. Belgium's defence was sturdy before they conceded but they have rarely troubled England's back four which suggests getting two goals in the last 20 minutes will be tough for the hosts.
A Jill Scott, advancing with more regularity in this half, shot is deflected for a corner but again Karen Carney can't pass the first defender. But Belgium lose possession... Scott releases Carney - a step over followed by a lovely cross and Nikita Parris heads England ahead.
BBC Sport Scotland
A rowdy young crowd inside Iceland's national stadium are trying to inspire a comeback from the home team but Scotland are again looking good value for their lead here. This performance augurs well for next summer where much of the opposition will be at least as good as this Iceland side.
Karen Bardsley is forced into action. England's defence allow a looping free-kick to bounce and the ball finds its way to Van Gorp who flicks a header goalwards, forcing Bardsley to tip the ball over the crossbar.