There is only one of note, as pointed out in bold.
That being said, EUR/USD is near 1.0800, which adds technical resistance and offers at the number level as well as the 100-day moving average at 1.0815. This could come into play if we see a noticeable rebound in price action in the upcoming session, although I would bet such a move is unlikely.
Similarly, there are also big expiries around 1.0650-65, but sellers will need to break through 1.0700 first for this to kick in. There is no technical significance for this particular region, so it’s not much unless the bearish EUR/USD momentum picks up.
On top of that there is also a decent one for USD/JPY at 140.00 but the technical/psychological significance of this level in itself already carries a lot of weight. So just beware that this will be a key level for the Dollar bulls to try to break through before the end of the week.
For more information on the use of this data, you can refer to this article here.