πŸ† EURO 2020: Who's qualified, who can join them?
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πŸ† EURO 2020: Who's qualified, who can join them?

The Euro 2020 continues on Monday with four matches on the cards. 

Belgium and Netherlands, who have both qualified will be seeking to top their respective groups when they play Finland and North Macedonia respectively. 

The top two in each group plus the four best third-placed teams advance to the round of 16.

So how do the groups look like?

Group A

Complete: Italy (9 points, through), Wales (4, through), Switzerland (4), Turkey (0)

Switzerland finished third on overall goal difference and must wait to see if they go through.

Group B

Monday: Russia (3) vs Denmark (0), Finland (3) vs Belgium (6, through)

Belgium are through and will top the group with a draw.

Russia will be through with a win, or a draw if Finland fail to beat Belgium.

Finland will be through with a win, or a draw if Russia lose to Denmark.

Denmark can finish second if they beat Russia and Finland lose against Belgium, but it will all depend on the goals scored in these two matches.

Group C

Monday: North Macedonia (0) vs Netherlands (6, through), Ukraine (3) vs Austria (3)

Netherlands are through as group winners.

Ukraine will finish second with a win or draw.

Austria must beat Ukraine to finish second.

North Macedonia cannot finish in the top three.

Group D

Tuesday: Croatia (1) vs Scotland (1), Czech Republic (4) vs England (4)

Czech Republic will go through as group winners if they avoid defeat against England. They will finish second if they lose and Scotland beat Croatia. They will only finish third if they lose and Croatia win by enough to overtake them on overall goal difference.

England will go through if they draw or if Scotland do not win, and will finish top if they beat Czech Republic. They will only finish third if they lose and Scotland win by enough to overtake them on overall goal difference.

Croatia must win to stay in contention to be at least a best third-placed team, though they can still overtake Czech Republic for second place on overall goal difference.

Scotland must win to finish at least third, and can still overtake England for second place on overall goal difference.

Group E

Wednesday: Slovakia (3) vs Spain (2), Sweden (4) vs Poland (1)

Sweden will go through if they avoid defeat against Poland. If Sweden lose and the other game is drawn, Sweden, Slovakia, and Poland will be split for first to third place on results between the three teams. If Sweden lose they finish third.

Slovakia will go through if they beat Spain, or if they draw and Sweden avoid defeat.

Spain will go through if they beat Slovakia. If they draw they will finish third unless Poland win.

Poland will go through in second place if they win and the other game is not drawn.

Group F

Wednesday: Portugal (3) vs France (4), Germany (3) vs Hungary (1)

France will go through if they avoid defeat against Portugal or if the other game is drawn. They will finish first if they win, or if they draw and Germany do not beat Hungary. If France lose and Hungary win, second place will be decided on overall goal difference.

Germany will go through if they win, or if they draw and France do not lose. Germany will finish first if they win and France do not. Germany will finish third if they draw and France lose, or if both Germany and Portugal lose.

Portugal will go through if they win, or if they draw and Germany lose. Portugal will finish first if they win and Germany do not. Portugal will finish fourth if they lose and Germany also lose.

Hungary will go through in second place if they win and Portugal lose. If they win and France lose, second place will be decided on overall goal difference. Hungary will finish third if they win and the other game is drawn.

Courtesy of UEFA.

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