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Scotland be part of England in identical group at finals as Northern Eire endure heartbreak


The ultimate 4 locations on the rescheduled European Championship subsequent summer season had been lastly selected Thursday night.

Because of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Euro 2020 has been rearranged and can now kick off on June 11, 2021.

The Euro 2020 qualifying play-offs were held this week to determine the final teams at next summer’s finals

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The Euro 2020 qualifying play-offs had been held this week to find out the ultimate groups at subsequent summer season’s finals

The delay meant the play-offs – initially resulting from happen in March – had been additionally pushed again.

The Republic of Eire noticed their hopes ended on the semi-final stage, dropping to Slovakia, whereas Scotland and Northern Eire gained their semi-finals to place themselves inside one recreation of subsequent summer season’s match.

However solely considered one of them made it by way of as Scotland gained their play-off conflict with Serbia in dramatic circumstances, conceding an equaliser within the remaining minute earlier than occurring to win a penalty shootout.

Northern Eire, in the meantime, suffered heartbreak as they scored a late leveller earlier than they had been undone in extra-time to lose 2-1 to Slovakia.

Scotland go into the identical group (D) as England, with Wales – who certified mechanically together with the Three Lions – in Group A alongside Turkey, Italy and Switzerland.

Hungary and North Macedonia additionally triumphed on Thursday evening to e-book their spot on the Euros – becoming a member of the 20 who had already made it by way of and finishing the group stage line up.

EURO 2020 GROUPS:

  • Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland
  • Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia
  • Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia
  • Group D: England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic
  • Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia
  • Group F: Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany

UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying play-offs

Path A

Semi-finals

eight October 2020, 20:45 – Iceland 2-1 Romania – Laugardalsvollur, Reykjavík

eight October 2020, 20:45 – Bulgaria 1-Three Hungary – Vasil Levski Nationwide Stadium, Sofia

Remaining

12 November 2020, 19:45 – Hungary 2-1 Iceland – Puskas Enviornment, Budapest

Winner goes into Group F with Portugal, France and Germany

Path B

Semi-finals

eight October 2020, 20:45 – Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-1 Northern Eire (NI win 4-Three on penalties) – Stadion Grbavica, Sarajevo

eight October 2020, 20:45 – Slovakia 0-Zero Republic of Eire (Slovakia win 4-2 on penalties) – Tehelne pole, Bratislava

Remaining

12 November 2020, 19:45 – Northern Eire 1-2 Slovakia (AET) – Windsor Park, Belfast

Winner goes into Group E with Spain, Sweden and Poland

Alan Brazil recollects a really boozy look along with his Scotland teammates on Prime of the Pops

Path C

Semi-finals

eight October 2020, 20:45 – Scotland 0-Zero Israel (Scotland win 5-Three on penalties) – Hampden Park, Glasgow

eight October 2020, 20:45 – Norway 1-2 Serbia (AET) – Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo

Remaining

12 November 2020, 19:45 – Serbia 1-1 Scotland (4-5 on pens) – Crimson Star Stadium, Belgrade – LIVE on talkSPORT 2

Winner goes into Group D with England, Croatia and the Czech Republic

Scotland edged past the Israelis at Hampden Park

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Scotland edged previous the Israelis at Hampden Park

Path D

Semi-finals

eight October 2020, 18:00 – Georgia 1-Zero Belarus – Boris Paichadze Dinamo Enviornment, Tbilisi

eight October 2020, 20:45 – North Macedonia 2-1 Kosovo – Tose Proeski Enviornment, Skopje

Remaining

12 November 2020, 17:00 – Georgia 0-1 North Macedonia – Boris Paichadze Dinamo Enviornment, Tbilisi

Winner goes into Group C with Netherlands, Ukraine and Austria





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