EURO 2020 qualifying is going into overdrive as 16 teams vie for the four remaining spots in the play-offs.
After 20 nations secured their place in next summer’s tournament directly, the Nations League will now come into play to help determine who will get a second chance to progress.
Each Pathway from the new competition with be handed a Euro 2020 spot, with four teams battling in each for it.
Yet, with the play-off places unable to be confirmed automatically, there will be a draw to sort the rest out.
When is the Euro 2020 play-offs draw?
This draw will take place on Friday, November 22.
It will start at 11am UK time – that is 12pm in Switzerland.
The draw will be held at the Uefa headquarters in Nyon.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
Unfortunately, the play-offs draw will not be shown live on UK television.
But you will be able to live stream it via the Uefa website.
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Who is included in the draw?
Twenty teams have now qualified safely for Euro 2020.
Through the Nations League play-offs, four more sides will get the chance to play in the final’s next summer.
Currently, the teams in Path’s A, B, C, and D are:
- Path A: Iceland, Bulgaria/Israel/Hungary/Romania
- Path B: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland
- Path C: Scotland, Norway, Serbia, Bulgaria/Israel/Hungary/Romania
- Path D: Georgia, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Belarus
The draw on Friday will decide which of Bulgaria, Israel, Hungary and Romania play in Path A or Path C.
Scotland will be keen to learn their opponents after missing out on qualification through the group stages.
When are the play-offs?
Once the draw is made, nations must wait until 2020 for a chance to qualify.
The play-offs will be held on Thursday, March 26 and Monday, March 30.
The fixture list is:
- Iceland vs TBC
- TBC vs TBC
- Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Northern Ireland
- Slovakia vs Republic of Ireland
- Scotland vs TBC
- Norway vs Serbia
- Georgia vs Belarus
- North Macedonia vs Kosovo