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It’s starting to look like a case of when, not if, for England. After an entertaining win over nearest-rivals Kosovo last time out, they already have a four-point cushion inside the qualification places and a game in hand.
A win over Czech Republic on Friday will seal their path to the finals, and they could guarantee top spot too if they do the double and beat Bulgaria next week – or Kosovo fail to take maximum points at home to Montenegro.
The second spot is much more up for grabs. Czech Republic are currently second but could be leapfrogged by Kosovo if they fail to beat England on October 11. Montenegro and Bulgaria, both winless with two points each, will need something approaching a miracle to finish inside the top two.
Coming up: October 11 – Portugal v Luxembourg, Ukraine v Lithuania; October 14 – Ukraine v Portugal, Lithuania v Serbia
Life is looking pretty rosy at the top of Group B for Ukraine, who look set to qualify for their third Euro finals in a row. A win over Lithuania on Friday would all-but see them through; four more points would definitely be enough.
Portugal are far from assured of a chance to retain the trophy they won in France in 2016, but they do have a game in hand over third-placed Serbia and a win over minnows Luxembourg would give them some breathing space.
Luxembourg’s unlikely shot at a place will be over with defeat to Portugal, while Lithuania must provide a huge shock in Ukraine if they want to keep their dreams alive. October 10 – Netherlands v Northern Ireland, Belarus v Estonia; October 13 – Belarus v Netherlands, Estonia v Germany
Northern Ireland’s perfect start was ripped apart by Germany last time out but Michael O’Neill’s side still have their destiny in their own hands. A tough trip to the Netherlands, who have been back with a bang over the past 12 months, awaits on Thursday night but even defeat in that wouldn’t be fatal, although it would be a bitter blow.
Leaders Germany could find themselves leapfrogged by Netherlands by the end of the international break, especially if they are held themselves by Estonia on Sunday, while Belarus must beat Estonia too to stand any outside chance. October 12 – Georgia v Republic of Ireland, Denmark v Switzerland; October 15 – Switzerland v Republic of Ireland, Gibraltar v Georgia
Republic of Ireland look in good shape after their comeback draw with Switzerland last month and beating Georgia next time out would leave them in sterling shape, especially with nearest challengers Denmark and Switzerland going head-to-head on the same night.
Should Switzerland fail to win that one, if Ireland take maximum points in Georgia it would give them a chance to qualify on Sunday.
Georgia’s surprise draw with Denmark last time out gave them their fourth point of qualifying, but they could be eliminated this weekend – worse news for Gibraltar, who have lost every game and are already out of contention.October 10 – Croatia v Hungary, Slovakia v Wales; October 13 – Hungary v Azerbaijan, Wales v Croatia
Wales might be fourth in Group E but things are not all as they seem. A win over second-placed Slovakia on Thursday would take them level with a game in hand, and with first and third going head-to-head on the same night it’s near enough a must-win game for Ryan Giggs.
Croatia’s blip against Hungary aside they’ve been pretty consistent up at the top, but there’s a reason Hungary qualified for the last Euros and they’re very much still in it with nine points from five games.
Azerbaijan are already out, despite an eye-catching draw with Croatia in September. October 12 – Faroe Islands v Romania, Norway v Spain, Malta v Sweden; October 15 – Sweden v Spain, Romania v Norway, Faroe Islands v Malta
Spain’s perfect record has them as good as through and they can book their place in the finals this weekend.That aside second place is up in the air, with Sweden, Romania and Norway separated by two points with two games to go. Romania will be very pleased they’re the only side of the three not to play Spain this weekend – and they host Norway next Tuesday in a game that could have big consequences.
Further down Malta and Faroe Islands are both way back, with only three points to show between them – although that will definitely change when they go head-to-head next Tuesday.October 10 – Latvia v Poland, Austria v Israel, North Macedonia v Slovenia; October 13 – Poland v North Macedonia, Slovenia v Austria
It’s all a little bit congested at the top of Group G, with only five points separating the top five teams. Poland, who are two points clear of Slovenia, have taken the bull by the horns and have pointless Latvia up next, so will be confident of earning at least one win this week.
Slovenia’s run of three wins in a row has lifted them up to second but they have Austria, who are a point behind them, breathing down their necks.
North Macedonia and Israel are five points behind Poland, but with 12 points to play for from the final four games, they are still in contention for the qualification places.
October 11 – Iceland v France, Turkey v Albania, Andorra v Moldova; October 14 – France v Turkey, Iceland v Andorra, Moldova v Albania
It’s a pivotal week in Group H as France get set to face Iceland and Turkey. Two wins from two for Didier Deschamps’ side, who currently sit second in the group behind Turkey on goal difference and three points ahead of third-placed Iceland, would see them take a huge stride towards qualification.
Albania, who are six points behind Turkey and France, will be hoping they can still sneak into the qualification spots with four games to go, but there’s not much room for error for Edoardo Reja’s side.