European teams who didn’t qualify automatically for Euro 2020 but made it to the playoff stage have a clue of the teams they will meet to make it to the tournament come next year.
Four places remain to make the Euro 2020 squad complete with 16 teams slated to fight for those slots for next summers tournament.
In the draw conducted on Friday, the 16 teams have been split into four paths, where they will each play a one-legged semi-final and a one-off final to determine who qualifies.
The teams that are in contention are Romania, Bulgaria, Ireland, Norway, Kosovo, Israel among others.
The semi-finals will be played on Thursday 26 March, with the finals set to take place on Tuesday 31 March.
- Iceland v Romania
- Bulgaria v Hungary
Winner of Bulgaria v Hungary will host the final
- Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland
- Slovakia v Ireland
Winner of Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland will host the final.
- Scotland v Israel
- Norway v Serbia
Winner of Norway v Serbia will host the final.
- Georgia v Belarus
- North Macedonia v Kosovo
Winner of Georgia v Belarus will host the final.