Birkir Bjarnason scored for Iceland in their 2-2 friendly draw with France.
Bjarnason bagged in the 30th minute at Stade du Roudourou in Guingamp before Kari Arnason doubled the advantage in the 58th minute.
The world champions stormed back in the latter stages, however, with Holmar Eyjólfsson sending home an unfortunate own-goal on 86 minutes before Kylian Mbappe levelled matters in the final minute.
James Chester played the second half as Wales went down 4-1 at home to Spain in a friendly at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
Paco Alcacer (2), Sergio Ramos and Bartra were all on target before Sam Vokes hit a late consolation.
John McGinn played all 90 minutes as Scotland went down 2-1 in Israel in the UEFA Nations League.
Charlie Mulgrew opened the scoring on 25 minutes for former Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish’s men but they were undone in the second half.
Dor Peretz levelled matters on 52 minutes but an own-goal by Kieran Tierney on 74 minutes ensured defeat for the Scots.
Tammy Abraham was an unused sub as England U21s beat their Andorra counterparts 7-0 in their UEFA European Championship qualifier at the Proact Stadium in Chesterfield.
The result helped secure a place at the Finals, which take place in Italy and San Marino next June.
Friday 12th October
Ahmed Elmohamady: Egypt v Swaziland, Al Salam Stadium in Cairo, 6pm – African Cup of Nations QF
Jonathan Kodjia: Ivory Coast v Central African Republic, Stade de Bouaké in Bouaké, 6pm – African Cup of Nations QF
Saturday 13th October
Scott Hogan/Conor Hourihane: Republic of Ireland v Denmark, Aviva Stadium in Dublin, 7.45pm, UEFA Nations League
Ørjan Nyland: Norway v Slovenia, Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo, 5pm – UEFA Nations League
Yannick Bolasie: Congo DR v Zimbabwe, Stade des Martyrs de la Pentecôte in Kinshasa, 6.30pm, African Cup of Nations QF
Sunday 14th October
John McGinn: Scotland v Portugal, Hamden Park in Glasgow, 5pm – Friendly
Monday 15th October
Birkir Bjarnason: Iceland v Switzerland, Laugardalsvöllur in Reykjavík, 7.45pm – UEFA Nations League
Tuesday 16th October
James Chester: Republic of Ireland v Wales, Aviva Stadium in Dublin, 7.45pm – UEFA Nations League
Scott Hogan/Conor Hourihane: Republic of Ireland v Wales, Aviva Stadium in Dublin, 7.45pm, UEFA Nations League
Ørjan Nyland: Norway v Bulgaria, Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo, 7.45pm – UEFA Nations League
Yannick Bolasie: Zimbabwe v Congo DR, National Sports Stadium in Harare, 6pm, African Cup of Nations QF
Ahmed Elmohamady: Swaziland v Egypt, Mavuso Sports Centre in Manzini, 2pm – African Cup of Nations QF
Jonathan Kodjia: Central African Republic v Ivory Coast, Stade Barthélemy Boganda in Bangui, 3pm – African Cup of Nations QF
Tammy Abraham: Scotland U21s v England U21s, Tynecastle in Edinburgh, 5.30pm – UEFA U21 Championship QF