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Despite a very poor qualification campaign during which they finished second-bottom in Group A Bulgaria have been handed a second bite at the cherry courtesy of their performances in the previous Nations League tournament but a glance at their results over the last couple of years does not fill you with confidence. They have won just once in their last 16 games including friendlies and they are unlikely to have much confidence heading into this Path A play-off semi-final. Hungary fared better in their qualification campaign having won half of their games and they simply look like a more capable outfit than the Bulgarians. There is value to be had in backing the away win here but doing so with caution is advised so Draw no Bet is the suggested marke
UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier Playoff TV Schedule (10/8/20) Watch Norway-Serbia Scotland-Israel more online FREE live streams times channelshe UEFA Nations League will be back this weekend with a blockbuster clash featuring World champions France against European champions winners Portugal at the Stade de France on Sunday.
The two teams have enjoyed a terrific start to their UEFA Nations League campaign winning both of their opening matches.
Title-holders Portugal occupies the top spot in Group 3 of League A with a superior goal difference and will be keen to build on their start with a quality show against Les Blues.France endured a group-stage exit in the inaugural edition of the competition in 2018 and will be eager to make a statement with a win over the title-holders on Sunday. Watch Portugal vs France live in India.Belgium look to press home advantage The other big game of the weekend will feature England taking on Belgium at Wembley on Sunday.
The two powerhouses of modern-day football have had contrasting results in the UEFA Nations League so far with England following up a narrow win over Iceland with a goalless draw against Denmark last month. Meanwhile Belgium have had no such issues having picked up two comfortable wins against the Nordic nations and sit on top of League 2 in Group A.
And if Belgium is to pick up three points against England that would end the Three Lions hopes of making it to the UEFA Nations League finals next year England will be without the services of Mason Greenwood Phil Foden while winger Raheem Sterling has been sidelined due to a minor injury.After being pushed to October following the COVID-19 pandemic the UEFA Euro 2020 play-offs will get underway this international break with matches being held at four venues across the continent.
While most of the top teams have already qualified for the main event following the Euro 2020 qualifiers last year, the play-offs will present some of the exciting teams in Europe an opportunity to make it to the continental showpiece next year.A total of 16 teams including Hungary Iceland Scotland Serbia and Romania are in the mix for the four remaining spots in the 24-team competition.While Iceland will host Romania in their play-off semi-final, Serbia will travel down south to take on Norway.
Iceland has been on a high ever since making their debut at UEFA Euro 2016. Having made it to the quarter-finals in that edition, the Viking nation continued their run to qualify for their maiden FIFA World Cup at Russia 2018.
They enjoyed another strong qualifying campaign this time winning six of their ten matches but Iceland could only finish third behind heavyweights France and Turkey.A home match in Reykjavík could be the difference for an Iceland side against Romania that has lost just one of its last ten home matches in Euro qualifying.
Meanwhile for Serbia it will be all about containing the attacks of Norway that boasts of top talents like Erling Håland and Sander Berge and Real Madrid attacker Martin Ødegaard.Serbia the highest-ranked side in the UEFA Euro 2020 play-offs too have some established stars in their ranks.
If Aleksandar Mitrović Dušan Tadić and Lazio star Sergej bring their best to the table against Norway this could be the best match of the UEFA Euro 2020 play-offs.While the UEFA Euro 2020 play-offs have been a part of the qualification process since the last six editions the format adopted by the continental body is different.The 16 participating teams, eligible based on their performance at the 2018-19 UEFA Nations League are drawn to play in four different paths consisting of four teams.
They will play a semi-final and the two winners of the semis advance to the final. The winners of the finals from each path will qualify for UEFA Euro 2020.While the play-off semi-finals will be played on October 8 the finals are scheduled for November 12.