The latest qualifications of the Euro 2020 have produced mixed results for the British and Irish nations. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase Euro Cup Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
Group A – England (Played 2, Won 2, Points 6)
The participation in the final phase of the League of Nations in Portugal allowed Gareth Southgate’s team not to participate in the most recent matches. However, their leading position in the standings was unaffected because, even though the Czech Republic tied for six points, they played three games, one more than England, and had a much lower goal difference.
Group C – Northern Ireland (P4, W4, Points 12)
Northern Ireland has taken a three-point lead over two consecutive victories against Belarus and Estonia, although they have played more games than their rivals. However, with Germany (nine points in three games) and Holland (three out of two), having points on the board could be crucial.
Group D – Republic of Ireland (P4, W3, Pts 10)
A draw against Denmark and a win over Gibraltar allowed Mick McCarthy’s undefeated team to win the pole position. However, the Danes, five points behind, have a game late while Switzerland, at six points, has two.
Group E – Wales (P3, W1, Pts 3)
The loss to Hungary, following a 2-1 defeat by Croatia, second in the World Cup, was a blow to Wales’ hopes. They are now fourth in their group of five teams, three points behind Slovakia and Croatia.
Group I – Scotland (P4, W2, Pts 6)
A victory over Cyprus was the least of necessities and although a 3-0 defeat against Belgium at 100% is not unexpected, new coach Steve Clarke faces a difficult task. His team is fourth in the group of six teams, three points behind Russia, but second behind Kazakhstan, which inflicted a surprise loss to the Scots in the first qualifying match, unlike goals.
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