Euro 2020 standings Spain and England among them
We’re into the final two international breaks of 2019 as Europe’s top nations looks to book their place at next summer’s European Championship.
With qualifiers coming to an end in November, there are six sides that can book their place at Euro 2020 this month.
We’ve taken a look at who they are and how they can do it over the next few days.
With four wins from four games, England have a 100 percent record so far and they’ll seal qualification if they beat the Czech Republic on Friday. If not, they have another chance to book their place against Bulgaria on Monday.
Ukraine are the unlikely leaders in Group B and they will secure qualification if they can beat Lithuania on Friday and achieve at least a draw against Portugal on Monday.
While these six teams are all but sure of their place at Euro 2020, there are still plenty of slots to be filled.
Group C sees Germany and the Netherlands chasing down Northern Ireland at the top, with Michael O’Neill’s side in Amsterdam on Thursday night.
In Group D, you have Ireland, Denmark and Switzerland battling it out for the top two places.
Croatia, Slovakia and Hungary lead the way in Group E while Gareth Bale’s Wales have it all to do to break into the top two.
Poland, Slovenia and Austria are competing at the top of Group G, while Turkey, France and Iceland are contenders in Group H.
Six wins from six matches have put Spain in a very commanding position. Robert Moreno’s men will confirm their place at Euro 2020 if they can defeat both Norway and Sweden this month.
Another team with a 100 percent record, Belgium are on the verge of qualification too. They will qualify if they beat San Marino on Thursday.
After missing out on the World Cup in Russia, Italy are set to make their major tournament return for Euro 2020. They will secure qualification if they can manage to take four points from their games against Greece and Liechtenstein this month.