Scotland have ended a 23 year wait to qualify for a major tournament as the finalised groups for UEFA Euro 2020 next summer was confirmed.
Scotland and Northern Ireland enjoyed penalty success unlike Republic of Ireland in an action packed night of Euro 2020 Qualifying Play-Off semi-finals across Europe, as we bring a full roundup of results.
With Euro 2020 postponed until next summer, we take a look at which players could of made Gareth Southgate’s England squad and who would of missed out.
Euro 2020 is now just six months away as defending champions, Portugal plus other top teams in France, Belgium and England look to discover who they will face in the Group Stage.
Following victory in Azerbaijan on Saturday, Wales welcome Hungary to the Cardiff City Stadium for an all or nothing showdown because whoever wins will reach Euro 2020.
England head to Prague, Czech Republic knowing that a victory over the Czechs would see them book their place at next summer’s UEFA Euro 2020.
The Qualifying draw for Euro 2020 has been completed with England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland all discovering their fates.