Euro 2024 Qualification: Who’s In, Who’s on the Brink, and Who’s Battling for a Spot in Germany?

As the Euro 2024 qualification campaign unfolds, England and Scotland have already secured their places, but can Wales join them? A 1-1 draw against Armenia has put Wales in a decisive position, needing a victory against Group D leaders Turkey in Cardiff on Tuesday. However, even if they fall short, Rob Page’s side is assured of a play-off spot.

Euro 2024 Qualification So Far: England and Scotland Shine

Jurgen Klinsmann’s South Korea side achieved a perfect start to their World Cup qualifying campaign with a 3-0 victory over China. After a 5-0 win against Singapore, they top Group C with six points.

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The Race for 24 Spots:

Germany, as the host, automatically qualifies. 19 nations have already secured their places, leaving three spots to be decided through playoffs.

Already Qualified:

Germany (The host), Albania, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Britain, France, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey.

Contenders for Automatic Qualification:

Wales, Croatia

Playoff Contenders:

Way A: Poland, Wales or Croatia, Estonia, one of Finland, Ukraine, Iceland
Way B: Israel, Bosnia-Herzegovina, two of Finland, Ukraine or Iceland
Way C: Georgia, Greece, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg

Group Standings:

Group A: Spain and Scotland have already qualified.

Group C: England and Italy have secured their places, with Ukraine heading to the playoffs.

Group D: Turkey has qualified, and Croatia can join them by beating Armenia. Wales secures a playoff spot with a win against Turkey.

Group H: Denmark and Slovenia have qualified, while Finland and Kazakhstan head to the playoffs.

Group B: France and the Netherlands have already secured their spots.

Group E: Albania and the Czech Republic have qualified.

Group F: Belgium and Austria have booked their places, with Greece heading to the playoffs.

Group G: Hungary and Serbia have qualified.

Group I: Romania and Switzerland are through to Euro 2024, with Israel entering the playoffs.

Group J: Portugal and Slovakia have secured their places, while Luxembourg and Iceland head to the playoffs.

The draw for the tournament is on December 2nd, and the playoffs are set for March. As the excitement builds, the race for the remaining spots intensifies, promising a thrilling Euro 2024 in Germany.

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