Euro 2020 preparations: England line up Denmark friendly at Wembley

Gareth Southgate’s England team will play Denmark in the second of two March friendlies at Wembley – with the Football Association yet to confirm who will be the first of England’s opponents in the build-up to Euro 2020.

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Euro 2020 Tickets - England line up Denmark friendly at Wembley
Euro 2020 Tickets – England line up Denmark friendly at Wembley

The England manager has stressed the importance of playing first-rate opposition when the team reconvenes for the first time next year, with his belief that the winners of the European Championships will come from a group of seven leading nations.

The FA says the team will play two further home games away from Wembley in June prior to the start of the competition, as well as another further afield in Europe.

Southgate has said he believes that, along with England, the key European nations challenging to win next summer are world champions France, as well as Spain, Italy, Holland, Portugal, Croatia, and No 1 Fifa-ranked nation Belgium.

The England manager has said that it is important his side is tested against the best opposition, especially having had what he regarded as a simple qualifying campaign, one defeat to the Czech Republic aside.

At 14th, Denmark, who qualified for Euro 2020 with a draw on Tuesday with the Republic of Ireland, are currently above Italy and Germany in the Fifa rankings. England will play the Danes on the evening of Tuesday, March 31.

Euro 2020 Tickets - England line up Denmark friendly at Wembley
England line up Denmark friendly at Wembley

England will play their first Wembley March friendly four days earlier, on a Friday night, with the game dedicated to the Duke of Cambridge’s Heads Up mental health campaign.

The draw for the group stage of Euro 2020 will take place in Bucharest a week on Saturday. UEFA announced Belgium, Denmark, Finland and Russia in Group B. EURO 2020 fans ready to buy Group B Euro Cup Tickets.

Speaking last week, Southgate said that it could be difficult to arrange friendlies with the best opposition in March.

“Some of the European teams will be difficult to tie down because of play-offs, and some of them don’t want to play us,” he said.

It’s not a straightforward thing. We’re going to have to be a little bit open-minded while we’re doing that.

“But I think sometimes the emotion of … [for example] you draw Ivory Coast [at a World Cup] and you play Tunisia because, of course, they’re African. I’m not so sure that it is really relevant for some. I think we just want good quality opposition who are going to test you in every aspect of your game.”

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Wales Euro 2020 Qualify – Zinedine Zidane’s Reaction to Gareth Bale’s

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has refused to punish Gareth Bale after his controversial flag celebration mocked the Spanish club, according to reports.

The 30-year-old Welsh winger helped his side book their place for Euro 2020 as Wales defeated Hungary 2-0 on Tuesday night. To enjoy most exciting matches, grab your Wales Euro Cup Tickets.

Wales Euro 2020 Qualify - Zinedine Zidane's Reaction to Gareth Bale’s
Wales Euro 2020 Qualify – Zinedine Zidane’s Reaction to Gareth Bale’s

But Bale, who wanted to leave Madrid in the summer, caused friction with Los Blancos supporters as he celebrated with his international teammates while holding a flag that said: “Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order.”

According to Spanish newspaper Marca, Zidane won’t take personal action with Bale upon his return from international duty and is more focused with his performances in a Madrid shirt.

‘Zizou,’ who told Bale he could leave Los Blancos in the summer, doesn’t want to add any further strain on his relationship with the Madrid wantaway.

While Zidane is willing to overlook the controversy, Bale could receive a hostile reception from Madrid supporters upon his return. However, the Spanish media have been brutal towards the former Spurs ace and slammed him for his behaviour on the pitch.

Spanish publication Madrid Sports tweeted a video of the incident and wrote: We have always defended you, Gareth Bale.

Wales Euro 2020 Qualify - Zinedine Zidane's Reaction to Gareth Bale’s
Wales Euro 2020 Qualify – Zinedine Zidane’s Reaction to Gareth Bale’s

We have had patience with your injuries, we have celebrated your goals and assists, and we have defended your passion for golf and your limited Spanish.

“But enough is enough. As it says on the flag, you are laughing at Madrid.”

Journalist Manu Sainz added: “Bale knows he will be able to leave Madrid in January if he forces a move, but this is getting out of hand.”

And another reporter, Ruben Martin, called out the Wales international for “laughing at Madrid” and said he “doesn’t deserve to wear the shirt.”

Bale, whose current deal expires in 2022, has managed seven appearances across all competitions for Madrid this season.

And the Welshman was on the verge of leaving Madrid in the summer for a move to the Chinese Super League, only for the deal to collapse in late July.

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Euro 2020: Can Northern Ireland secure a shock double-win over Germany and the Netherlands?

Euro 2020 qualifying campaign is drawing ever closer to its climax and, as such, the muddied waters of the potential path to the play-offs are becoming slightly clearer. Football fans can book Northern Ireland Euro Cup Tickets from our website on exclusively discounted prices. 

Euro 2020: Can Northern Ireland secure a shock double-win over Germany and the Netherlands?
Euro 2020: Can Northern Ireland secure a shock double-win over Germany and the Netherlands?

Even the most optimistic members of the Green and White Army will concede that gaining automatic qualification for Euro 2020 is, shall we say, unlikely for Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland has been the losses of a tough group containing both Germany and the Netherlands. They fell out of the automatic spots in October after an agonizing late downfall to the Netherlands and face a tough task to get back in.

Realistically, to qualify, Michael O’Neill’s men probably need to win their final two fixtures. Except that the final two fixtures include a home game against the Netherlands and another heavyweight clash against.

The Germans in their own backyard. Having lost to both sides in the first round of fixtures, there’s nothing suggesting that Northern Ireland can do so this time around. With Germany and the Netherlands both on 15 points.

Euro 2020: Can Northern Ireland secure a shock double-win over Germany and the Netherlands?
Euro 2020: Can Northern Ireland secure a shock double-win over Germany and the Netherlands?

Northern Ireland in third place with 12 points one win against both teams would leave them relying on an improbable slip from Germany at home to Belarus or Holland against Estonia. Which is very unlikely in the circumstances?

Although they finished bottom of their Nations League group, there is still a lifeline to feature in the playoffs as a result of teams from the top league having qualified automatically. Manager O’Neill has also left to join Stoke, but he will still take charge of the final qualifiers as well as any potential play-offs.

Whether this could prove to be a good move for Northern Ireland based on current circumstances would be known in due time. Leicester City star and defender for the Northern Ireland team did claim he was a bit confused with the whole managerial situation.

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England’s greatest ever XI including Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard, Bobby Moore

England will bring up the significant landmark of their 1000th international match on Thursday evening when they welcome Montenegro to Wembley.

Gareth Southgate’s side needs just one point from their two remaining qualifiers to guarantee their place at Euro 2020 and will be huge favourites to pick up a sixth win from seven games in Group A. To enjoy most exciting matches, grab your England Euro Cup Tickets.

The contest will also provide an opportunity to celebrate the rich 147-year history of the England men’s team, from their first-ever match against Scotland in 1872, through their 1966 World Cup win and right up to the modern-day.

The Three Lions have won 568 and lost 189 of their previous 999 outings, scoring 2,188 goals in the process.

Over the years 19 different managers have called upon 1,244 different players, and here Sports Mole takes on the near-impossible task of slimming that down to their best-ever XI.

Goalkeeper: Gordon Banks

England’s World Cup-winning goalkeeper and one of the greatest to ever don a pair of gloves, Gordon Banks is perhaps best remembered not for his role in the Three Lions’ crowning glory, but rather pulling off a save many deem to be the best of all-time four years later.

Banks produced a scarcely-believable stop to deny Brazil’s Pele at the 1970 World Cup, flicking the powerful downward header up and over the crossbar when it looked like a certain goal.

It was one of many highlights in an international career that spanned 73 caps over nine years from 1963 to 1972, with England’s all-time record appearance holder Peter Shilton having to play second fiddle to his former Leicester City and England teammate. Fans from all over the world can buy Euro Cup Final Tickets online.

Right-back: Phil Neal

A position blessed with a glut of consistent performers rather than standout superstars, former Liverpool stalwart Phil Neal is our right-back despite featuring in an England team which regularly underperformed.

Neal only appeared at two major tournaments for his country – the 1980 European Championship and 1982 World Cup – and had a relatively short international career of seven years. However, during that time he won 50 caps and scored five goals in addition to racking up trophy after trophy with Liverpool.

Neal ended his club career with 23 pieces of silverware, including eight top-flight titles and four European Cups.

Center-backs: Bobby Moore, Billy Wright

No all-time England XI would be complete without the golden boy of English football Bobby Moore, who remains the nation’s only World Cup-winning captain having led the Three Lions to glory in 1966. Described by Pele as the best defender he ever faced, Moore’s impeccable timing and reading of the game ensured that he made facing some of the greatest ever attackers look easy.

The West Ham United legend was made England captain at just 22 – the youngest to be handed the armband – and went on to lead his country in 90 of his 108 appearances, the latter of which was a national record at the time of his retirement. For live action, you can buy Euro Cup Semi Finals Tickets online.

The only man who can match Moore’s tally of 90 games as England captain is Billy Wright, who was also the most-capped player for the national team at the time of his retirement. Indeed, the Wolverhampton Wanderers stalwart was the first player in international football history to earn a century of caps, going on to reach 105 before retiring in 1959.

Left-back: Ashley Cole

Arguably the only England player who consistently replicated his club form for England during the ‘Golden Generation’, Ashley Cole was widely regarded as one of the world’s best full-backs throughout his 13-year international career.

Cole went on to win 107 caps for his country, leaving him as England’s highest-capped full-back and sixth on the all-time list. As well as appearing at five major tournaments for the Three Lions, Cole also won three Premier League titles, a record seven FA Cups and the Champions League during his club career.

Right-midfield: Stanley Matthews

The first real superstar of English football and the measuring stick for wingers for decades, Sir Stanley Matthews boasts a plethora of historic achievements in football – the first player to be knighted while still playing, the first winner of the Ballon d’Or and the FWA Footballer of the Year awards and England’s oldest ever player.

Nicknamed ‘The Wizard of the Dribble’, Matthews’s international career spanned 23 years, although the Second World War limited him to 54 caps. The winger made up for his lost time, though, last appearing for England at the age of 42 and going on to play in the top flight until he was 50. The community who love their favorite team they are booking Euro Cup Quarter Finals Tickets .

Center-midfield: Sir Bobby Charlton, Steven Gerrard

In a hugely competitive area of the team, one sure-fire pick was Sir Bobby Charlton. While Bobby Moore was the talisman behind England’s 1966 World Cup win, Charlton was the driving force and most memorably scored twice in the semi-final to down Eusebio’s Portugal. The final itself saw him play a more reserved but equally important role to limit the influence of a young Franz Beckenbauer.

Charlton ended his England career with 106 caps and 49 goals to his name – both records at the time of his retirement – and his performances in 1966 saw him win the Ballon d’Or as well as a host of other individual awards that year. At club level he made 758 appearances for Manchester United, scoring 249 goals.

Only five outfield players have played more for England than Bobby Charlton, and one of them partners him in central midfield. Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard hung up his boots after the 2014 World Cup having made 114 appearances for his country, including being part of six major tournaments.

While his international career was often criticized for an apparent struggle to play alongside Frank Lampard or a failure to emulate his Liverpool heroics for England, Gerrard was still one of his country’s most consistent and high-quality performers throughout the ultimately underwhelming Golden Generation.

Left-midfield: Sir Tom Finney

Perhaps the greatest compliment that can be paid to Sir Tom Finney is that there were many who could not choose between him and Sir Stanley Matthews when both were in their pomp. Finney perhaps did not get the same overall level of recognition as his fellow world-class contemporary, but those within the game were in no doubt as to his quality and Matthews himself compared him to the likes of Pele, Diego Maradona, George Best, and Alfredo Di Stefano.

England's greatest ever XI - Sir Tom Finney
England’s greatest ever XI – Sir Tom Finney

The winger’s loyalty to hometown club Preston North End was unflinching, spending his entire career with the unfashionable outfit despite numerous offers from elsewhere. At the international level, he made 76 appearances, scoring 30 goals – a record at the time – thanks largely to his ability to play on either wing or as a centre-forward.

Center-forwards: Wayne Rooney, Gary Lineker

There are many who feel Wayne Rooney did not fulfill his potential with England after bursting onto the scene as a breath of fresh air at Euro 2004, but his stats stand up against anyone. The former captain is the most-capped outfield player with 120 appearances, and surpassed Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record before ending on 53 – the only player to break the half-century mark for the Three Lions.

Voted England’s player of the year four times – twice as many as anyone else since the award was introduced in 2003 – Rooney also broke records at club level with Manchester United, where he scored an unparalleled 253 goals in addition to winning 16 trophies.

England's greatest ever XI - Wayne Rooney
England’s greatest ever XI – Wayne Rooney

Rooney could famously score all types of goal, but England have also been blessed with a number of football’s great poachers throughout the years, and Gary Lineker narrowly edges Jimmy Greaves to the second center-forward role in this team. Lineker agonizingly ended his international career on 48 goals – one short of the then-record held by Bobby Charlton – from just 80 caps.

An unrivaled 10 of those goals came at World Cups, including six at the 1986 tournament as he became the first English player to win the Golden Boot. Four more followed as England reached the semi-finals in 1990, falling just short of a first final since 1966 against West Germany in Italy.

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Euro Cup 2020 qualifying: Who will reach the finals?

Euro Cup 2020 kicks off in June next year and places at the 24-team tournament are beginning to be claimed. Here is a look at the latest qualifying scenarios and permutations. Sports enthusiasts from around the world can purchase Euro Cup Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.

Euro Cup 2020 qualifying: Who will reach the finals?
Euro Cup 2020 qualifying: Who will reach the finals?

Top 2 teams out of 20, in each group, qualify automatically. 4 more nations will qualify through playoffs, qualification for which is based on UEFA Nations League performance.

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Nov. 14: England vs. Montenegro, Czech Republic vs. Kosovo
Nov. 17: Bulgaria vs. Czech Republic, Kosovo vs. England

England needs a point at home to Montenegro, and even if they were to lose at Wembley they would get over the line as long as Czech Republic vs. Kosovo is not a draw.

Czech Republic can qualify with a win at home to Kosovo, who needs a victory in the game to stand a realistic chance of qualifying. If Kosovo manages that, a point at home to England in their final qualifier would guarantee them a place at the finals. Kosovo does have a League D playoff, should they require it.

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England Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers
England Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers


Nov. 14: Portugal vs. Lithuania, Serbia vs. Luxembourg
Nov. 17: Luxembourg vs. Portugal, Serbia vs. Ukraine

Ukraine has qualified, and Portugal is sure of joining them if they win at home to Lithuania and in Luxembourg, meaning they are firm favourites.

Serbia has to hope Portugal fail to win one of their games. That appears unlikely, while Serbia wins at home to Luxembourg and Ukraine. Serbia is guaranteed a playoff if they finish outside the top two.

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Portugal Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers
Portugal Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers


Nov. 16: Germany vs. Belarus, Northern Ireland vs. Netherlands
Nov. 19: Germany vs. Northern Ireland, Netherlands vs. Estonia

Netherlands will qualify for the euro 2020 finals if they avoid defeat in Northern Ireland on Nov. 16. Even if the Dutch suffer a defeat, leaving the two nations level on points, they would remain favourites with Estonia to play at home while the Irish travel to Germany.

Germany is second on head to head and level with the Dutch on 15 points. They can qualify if they win at home to Belarus for the next time. A point would also see them to the finals if the Irish are beaten.

Northern Ireland is three points behind but all 12 have come against the group’s lesser lights. To have a chance of qualifying automatically, Northern Ireland will now surely have to win at home to Netherlands and in Germany and hope one of their rivals drop surprise points.

There is an unlikely scenario where all three nations finish on 18 points, which means it would come down to head-to-head goal difference as each team would have beaten each other once and lost once. To enjoy most exciting matches, grab your Germany Euro Cup Tickets.

Germany Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers
Germany Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers


Nov. 15: Denmark vs. Gibraltar, Switzerland vs. Georgia
Nov. 18: Republic of Ireland vs. Denmark, Gibraltar vs. Switzerland

The Republic of Ireland remains on top of the group from Denmark on head to head. They only have one qualifier remaining, at home to the Danes, and are guaranteed to qualify with a win as long as Switzerland does not draw one of their two remaining games.

If Switzerland draws a game, and Denmark beat Gibraltar, the 3 teams will finish on same state for 15 points. They will also be level in the head to head mini-league, meaning it comes down to goal difference in games between the 3 teams. In this scenario, Ireland will have to win by two goals to qualify at Denmark’s expense; Switzerland would be guaranteed to qualify.

If Denmark gets at least a point against Gibraltar, they would be then assured qualification with a point in Dublin. They can’t qualify if they lose to Ireland, like addition, Switzerland beat Georgia and Gibraltar.

Although Switzerland sits outside the top two, they are now firm favourites to qualify. They are sure to go through with 4 points from games against Gibraltar and Georgia. Their injury-time 2nd goal against Ireland means they no longer have to win both matches.

Switzerland Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers
Switzerland Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers

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Nov. 16: Azerbaijan vs. Wales, Croatia vs. Slovakia
Nov. 19: Slovakia vs. Azerbaijan, Wales vs. Hungary

Croatia leads on fourteen points and will be guaranteed qualifying if they at least draw at home to Slovakia on Nov. 16 that will be their final qualifier.

The second place is held by Hungary on 12 points, but they have only one match remaining, away in Wales on the final day. If Slovakia fails to beat Croatia, so there will be chances for Hungary will be guaranteed to qualify with a win in Cardiff.

Slovakia sits 3rd on ten points, and while they face the difficult trip to Croatia, the final fixture is at home to Azerbaijan, who have only one point. Win both games and they will qualify. If Slovakia wouldn’t win in Croatia then, they will still be guaranteed to qualify if they beat Wales and Azerbaijan draw at home to Hungary.

Croatia Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers
Croatia Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers

Wales only have eight points and must win both their matches to have a chance, the first being a way to Azerbaijan. They must also hope Slovakia fails to win one of their matches. If Slovakia and Wales finish level on 14 points, Wales will qualify on the head-to-head rule. The community who love their favorite team they are booking Croatia Euro Cup Tickets.

There is a combination of that leaves the 3 teams tied on fourteen points. In this eventuality, it would be 1. Croatia, 2. Wales, 3. Slovakia.


Nov. 15: Norway vs. Faroe Islands, Romania vs. Sweden
Nov. 18: Sweden vs. Faroe Islands, Malta vs. Norway, Spain vs. Romania

Spain has secured their place, but the real battle follows behind as Sweden in second, one point ahead of Romania with Norway a further three points behind.

Sweden should only need a point in Romania as they have Faroe Islands to play at home on the final day.

It means Romania know they must beat Sweden to be in contention. If Romania wins against Sweden and in Spain, qualification is guaranteed. If they then draw their final match in Spain, they would need to have beaten Sweden 1-0 or by two goals or more to be second on the head to head. Because Sweden play Faroe Islands, it is very unlikely they are able to qualify if they lose to Spain.

Sweden Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers
Sweden Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers

Norway must beat Faroe Islands and Malta, and hope Romania-Sweden is a draw and that Romania gets no more than a draw in Spain, and Sweden loses to the Faroes. Again, the Sweden-Faroes fixture effectively rules that out. Those who don’t want to miss the entertainment have already bought their Sweden Euro Cup Tickets.

Sweden and Norway have a guaranteed playoff should they need it.


Nov. 16: Slovenia vs. Latvia, Israel vs. Poland, Austria VS North Macedonia
Nov. 19: North Macedonia vs. Israel, Latvia vs. Austria, And Poland vs. Slovenia

Poland is through and Austria are almost there too, five points clear of Slovenia and North Macedonia with two games left to play. They will qualify with a point at home to North Macedonia, even if they lose their 1st game, a point in Latvia then will almost certainly see them in the finals.

North Macedonia must win in Austria to stay in contention, then beat Israel at home and hope Austria lose in Latvia (who don’t have a point). If Austria draws in Latvia, North Macedonia would need to have overturned the 4-1 head-to-head deficit with Austria in their meeting.

North Macedonia and Austria would both be guaranteed a playoff.

There’s only slim hope for Slovenia, who must win at home to Latvia and away to Poland hope Austria lose both their games, and North Macedonia fails to beat Israel.

Israel has a similar situation to Slovenia. They must win at home to Poland and in North Macedonia, and need Austria to pick up no points as well as Slovenia failing to win a game. They are almost sure of a playoff. Poland Euro Cup Tickets can be grabbed from our global event ticket sales market.

Poland Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers
Poland Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers


Nov. 14: Turkey vs. Iceland, France vs. Moldova
Nov. 17: Albania vs. France, Andorra vs. Turkey, And Moldova vs. Iceland

Turkey will qualify if they avoid defeat at home to Iceland on Nov, 14 so, if they lose, victory at minnows Andorra would still complete the job.

France needs a win at home to Moldova in their next game to qualify for euro 2020. Moreover, if they fail to get the victory, they will be through if Iceland fails to beat Turkey.

Iceland now only have very slim hope. They would need to win both games and hope Turkey fail to beat Andorra or hope France pick up no more than one point. Iceland is guaranteed a playoff, which they will surely need. Now sports lovers who want to support their favorite teams can book Turkey Euro Cup Tickets online.


Russia and Belgium have qualified, while Scotland will take part in the League C playoff path.


Nov. 15: Armenia vs Greece, Finland vs Liechtenstein, Bosnia, and Herzegovina vs Italy
Nov. 18: Italy vs. Armenia, Liechtenstein vs. Bosnia, and Herzegovina, Greece vs Finland

With eight wins out of eight, Italy are through to the finals and are guaranteed to be seeded in the finals draw.

Finland is almost there and will qualify for their first-ever finals with a win at home to Liechtenstein, or if Bosnia fails to beat Italy that day.

Italy Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers
Italy Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers

Bosnia and Herzegovina must beat Italy and Liechtenstein and hope Finland pick up no more than one point, and also must hope that Armenia does not win both matches. Bosnia loses the head to head with Armenia, and if the 3 teams finish level on 16 points it will be Finland who advances to the finals. Bosnia is guaranteed a League B playoff.

Armenia’s defeat to Finland all but ended their hopes, they must win both remaining matches. Their final group match being away in Italy, and hope Finland lose both matches. Fans from all over the world can buy Italy Euro Cup Tickets online.


The best-performing nations from the UEFA Nations League who do not qualify automatically for Euro Cup 2020 will get a playoff place.

There will be 16 teams in the playoffs, with 4 from each UEFA Nations League path. The winners of the two one-legged semifinals will meet in the final for a place at Euro 2020.

Playoffs -  Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers
Playoffs – Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers

The UEFA Nations League rankings are as follows. The first four nations are guaranteed a playoff, should they need it. If a team qualifies automatically, then that place passes down the line.

As it stands, the teams in bold would enter the playoffs. Romania would likely be drawn into the path of League A because, as hosts, they require a playoff route to the finals that does not include another host and Scotland, as Nations League group winners have the right to take the League C path.

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Guaranteed to take part in playoffs

League A:  Italy, Croatia, Poland, Germany, Iceland, Portugal, Netherlands, England, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Spain.

League B:  Austria, Wales, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Turkey, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ukraine, Denmark, Sweden, Russia.

League C: Scotland*,  Greece, Albania, Montenegro, Cyprus, Estonia, Slovenia, Lithuania, Norway, Serbia, Finland, Bulgaria, Israel, Hungary, Romania,

League D: Georgia*, Belarus*, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Gibraltar, Faroe Islands, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Malta, San Marino, Macedonia, Kosovo,  Luxembourg, Armenia.

It means the playoffs, at present, would look like this:

Switzerland vs. Bulgaria/Israel/Romania
Iceland vs. Bulgaria/Israel/Romania

Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Northern Ireland
Wales vs. Slovakia

Scotland vs. Bulgaria/Israel
Norway vs. Serbia

Georgia vs. Belarus
North Macedonia vs. Kosovo

Euro Cup Quarter Final Matches
Euro Cup Quarter Final Matches

Finals Draw

The draw will be held on Saturday, Nov. 30 in Bucharest, Romania. The draw ceremony will begin at midday ET (6 p.m. CET) and is expected to last 50 minutes in total (with 20 minutes for the draw itself). The community who love their favorite team they are booking Euro Cup Quarter Finals Tickets.

As it stands, based on teams in automatic qualifying positions, the draw pots would be:

Pot 1: Italy, Belgium, Ukraine, England, Netherlands, Spain
Pot 2: Poland, Turkey, Croatia, Republic of Ireland, Russia, Germany
Pot 3: France, Denmark, Czech Republic, Portugal, Austria, Sweden
Pot 4: Finland, Hungary, Switzerland, Bosnia, Scotland, Georgia

Highest-ranked nations are used for the playoff winners in this illustration.

One team from each pot would be drawn into the 6 groups.

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Euro Cup 2020 Fantasy Football Tips: Qualifying Round 7 & 8

It’s that time again. Park up your FPL squad in the pit stop and dust off your Euro fantasy team. We have a number of Euro Fantasy competition matches for you to get involved.

Our comprehensive analysis of the next two fixtures should help you to gain a valuable advantage over your rivals. Now Fans can book their Euro Cup Final Tickets to support their players and favorite team.

Euro Cup 2020 Fantasy Football Tips - Qualifying Round 7 & 8
Euro Cup 2020 Fantasy Football Tips – Qualifying Round 7 & 8

Euro Fantasy Round 7 & 8: Best Implied Win Percentages

Country Round 7 (Implied Win %) Round 8 (Implied Win %) Average (Win %)
BELGIUM San Marino (H) 99% Kazakhstan (a) 87% 93%
ITALY Greece (H) 85% Leichtenstein (a) 99% 92%
NETHERLANDS Northern Ireland (H) 87% Belarus (a) 88% 87.5%
POLAND Latvia (a) 91% Macedonia (H) 78% 84.5%
ENGLAND Czech Republic (a) 71% Bulgaria (a) 83% 77%
FRANCE Iceland (a) 74% Turkey (H) 78% 76%
SPAIN Norway (a) 69% Sweden (a) 64% 66.5%
RUSSIA Scotland (H) 67% Cyprus (a) 65% 66%
Euro Fantasy Round 7 & 8 - Best Implied Win Percentages
Euro Fantasy Round 7 & 8 – Best Implied Win Percentages

The countries highlighted above are those you can confidently back in both of the fixtures in this International break. I have converted the bookies’ odds ‘to win’ into percentages for both fixtures and then ranked the top eight from best to worst.

Belgium on Top

Belgium came out on top with two extremely favorable fixtures. They host a San Marino side who are planted at the bottom of Group I with no goals or wins, as well as 28 goals conceded in their six matches so far. To enjoy most exciting matches, grab your Belgium Euro Cup Tickets.

San Marino has conceded 18 goals in their three away fixtures in qualifying. Eight of these were shipped after the 60th minute, which is specifically suited to Romelu Lukaku. Almost 60% of his International goals have come in the second half of games and he’ll surely be one of the most popular choices for captaincy in any FantasyBet contest if he starts.

However, Michy Batshuayi is likely to feature heavily in both fixtures. Roberto Martinez decided to start the Chelsea man in their last meeting with San Marino and, to be completely honest, they would probably still hammer San Marino and Kazakhstan with ‘insert any name’ leading the line. Even Benteke would have a chance of bagging a goal or two.

Italian job done?

Italy also hit the 90’s in terms of the bookies implied win percentage across their two fixtures. They sit comfortably at the top of their group with six wins from six and a +15 goal difference.

Italian job done - Euro 2020 Qualifiers
Italian job done – Euro 2020 Qualifiers

They have shared the goals amongst themselves with six players scoring twice thus far, including Moise Kean and Fabio Quagliarella. Those two have a 17-year age gap between them, though unfortunately both have been excluded from the squad for the upcoming fixtures. For live-action, you can buy Italy Euro Cup Tickets online.

Andrea Belotti is perhaps their first-choice striker and has been in fantastic form, with five goals in six Serie A fixtures as well as a brace in his last start for his country. Also don’t forget their defenders.

Leonardo Bonucci is always a reliable fantasy pick, while Giovanni De Lorenzo has impressed for Napoli recently, and will fight for the RB spot. Keep an eye on the starting line-ups when building your squad.

Dutch Dominance

The Netherlands ranked third according to the bookies. Despite trailing Northern Ireland in Group C, they have played a game less. They’ll be confident of winning that crunch match to claw back second spot.

Dutch Dominance - Euro Cup qualifiers
Dutch Dominance – Euro Cup qualifiers

Memphis Depay has been a standout performer in qualifying so far with four goals in his nation’s four qualifiers. Liverpool’s Georginio Wijnaldum has also benefited from a more attacking role with two goals and an assist in his last two qualifiers.

Best of the Rest

Poland, England, and France all benefit from good fixtures in both rounds. Their players most likely to score big in fantasy are fairly obvious and include the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Raheem Sterling, and Antoine Griezmann. The community who love their favorite team they are booking Euro Cup Quarter Finals Tickets.

Best of the Rest - Euro 2020 Qualifiers
Best of the Rest – Euro 2020 Qualifiers

In defense, I would suggest Jan Bednarek, who has established himself in the heart of Poland’s defense, Trent Alexander Arnold who takes the majority of set-pieces for England and Alphonse Areola, who will step in between the sticks for the injured Lloris for France.

Euro Fantasy Round 7 & 8: Other Favourable Fixtures

Country Round 7 (Implied Win %) Round 8 (Implied Win %)
PORTUGAL Luxemburg (a) 95% Ukraine (a) 47%
GERMANY Friendly (n/a) Estonia (a) 95%
SCOTLAND Russia (a) 13% San Marino (H) 99%
ICELAND France (H) 10% Andorra (H) 99%
GEORGIA Ireland (H) 27% Gibraltar (a) 96%
UKRAINE Lithuania (H) 93% Portugal (H) 29%
SWEDEN Malta (a) 93% Spain (H) 18%
ROMANIA Faroe Islands (a) 80% Norway (H) 42%
AUSTRIA Israel (H) 71% Slovenia (a) 37%
CROATIA Hungary (H) 75% Wales (a) 42%

Looking to target a single fixture to hit those differentials in your fantasy football tournaments? Well, this table above is your perfect companion to locate those free-scoring attackers or else the easiest route towards a clean sheet.

From Portugal, obviously, Cristiano Ronaldo is the cream of the crop. He scored four of his side’s five goals as they defeated Lithuania in Round 6. Wonderkid Joao Felix and the much talked about Bernardo Silva are cheaper alternatives for that Luxemburg fixture.

Germany will play a friendly match rather than a Round 7 qualifier, but their Round 8 fixture is very attractive. Estonia is rock bottom of the group, conceding 3.6 goals on average per game. Germany Euro Cup Tickets can be grabbed from our global event ticket sales market.

Euro Fantasy Round 7 & 8 - Other Favourable Fixtures
Euro Fantasy Round 7 & 8 – Other Favourable Fixtures

Serge Gnabry is in the form of his life and is worthy of a spot in your midfield. Meanwhile, the RB Leipzig fullback duo of Marcel Halstenberg and Lukas Klostermann are exciting prospects in their new-look defense.

Being Scottish, I rarely feature their national team in my articles. This isn’t an honest attempt at being impartial or anything, it’s just they’re pretty bad at football. Although they do have some decent individual talent and it would be silly to ignore a home fixture versus San Marino. Ryan Christie and Andrew Robertson are my picks of the bunch from Scotland.

Affordable Alternatives

Iceland and Georgia also have their go-to players in these sorts of matches. Things aren’t going to plan for Gylfi Sigurdsson in the Premier League, but he is always heavily involved in everything his country does well. Iceland Euro Cup Tickets can be book online which makes you suitable to link the Euro Cup 2020.

Valeri (Vako) Qazaishvili is also worth a mention for Georgia’s away trip to Gibraltar. Having followed the MLS for three seasons now, he is a solid fantasy option who has an extremely direct approach and has the potential to do damage from the left wing in easier fixtures.

Affordable Alternatives - Euro 2020 qualifiers
Affordable Alternatives – Euro 2020 qualifiers

Elsewhere, Andriy Yarmolenko will look to carry his club form onto the international stage against Lithuania and Oleksandr Zinchenko will also have his eyes on goal, having scored from left-back in Ukraine’s last qualifier.

Robin Quaison is doing a good job of chipping in with the goals for Sweden since Zlatan’s retirement. The Mainz striker has four goals in his last six for his country and also a goal every other game in the Bundesliga. They will also fancy themselves for a clean sheet vs. Malta, and center-back Andreas Granqvist is also the designated penalty taker.

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