The second day of Euro 2021 ends on Saturday. Three teams have already qualified for the round of 16 (Italy, Belgium, Netherlands) and one has been eliminated (North Macedonia). With one game left for each selection, who can still qualify and how? Update on each group.
The first two of each group qualify directly. Four best thirds (out of six) have been drafted. In the event of a draw on points between several teams from the same group, the difference prevails in matches between the teams that are tied. To decide between the best third, we compare the number of points scored, then the general goal difference, number of goals scored, wins and finally discipline.
Qualified in case of a win or a draw against Italy; Or in the event of a defeat, if Switzerland does not beat Turkey or wins, but does not make up its goal difference (-3 against +2 before matches).
Third in case of a loss against Italy and if Switzerland makes up for their goal difference.
If they lose to Italy and are caught on goal difference, they win against Turkey.
Third in case of an insufficient win or draw against Turkey.
Removed in case of defeat against Turkey.
Third in terms of victory against Switzerland.
In all other cases removed.
They qualify if they win against Denmark if Finland doesn’t beat Belgium or if Finland beat Belgium by six goals or more they win.
third in the event of a win against Denmark if Finland beats Belgium by one to five goals; or in the event of a draw if Finland does not beat Belgium; or in the event of the loss of a goal and scoring at least one goal.
Ended in a 1–0 loss or more than one goal against Denmark.
In the case of a win against Belgium, or in a draw if Denmark beats Russia, or in the case of a loss of one goal and at least two goals scored if Denmark wins 1–0, or a loss In the case of 2-1 if Denmark wins 1-0 and ranks lower in the discipline.
Third in the case of a draw if Denmark does not beat Russia, or in the case of a defeat if Denmark does not beat Russia, or in the case of a defeat if Denmark beats Russia by two or more goals, or in the case of a defeat 1- 0 if Denmark beats Russia 1–0 and ranks better in the discipline if Denmark beats Russia 1–0, or 2–1 in the event of a loss.
If Denmark beats Russia by one goal and scores at least two goals it ends up in a losing position.
In the case of a win against Russia by a score other than 1-0 if Finland loses, or a 1-0 win if Finland loses 1-0, or a 2-1 loss and is short on discipline Ranked well.
third if they win against Russia if Finland wins or draws, or if they win 1-0 if Finland loses by a goal with at least two goals, or loses 2-1 and More on discipline.
ends in a draw or a loss against Russia.
Qualified in case of a win or a draw against Austria.
Third in terms of defeat against Austria.
Qualified in case of victory against Ukraine.
Third in the event of a draw or a loss against Ukraine.
North Macedonia: Eliminated.
In the case of a win or draw against England, or in case of a loss if Croatia does not beat Scotland and does not make up its goal difference (-1/+2).
Third in case of a loss against England if Croatia captures goal difference (-1/+2) after beating Scotland.
In the case of a win or draw against the Czech Republic, or in the case of a draw between Croatia and Scotland, or in the case of a loss if the Croatia-Scotland winners do not meet their goal difference (+ 1/- 1/ -2) .
Qualified in the case of a win against Scotland to catch the loser of the Czech Republic-England on goal difference (-1/+2/+1).
Third, in the event of a win against Scotland if the Czech Republic and England draw, or not to allow the Czech Republic-England to catch on goal difference in the event of a win, or in the event of a draw against Scotland.
Scotland were relegated in case they lost.
A win against Croatia qualifies if England lose against the Czech Republic and are caught on goal difference (-2/+1).
Third in the event of a win against Croatia if England does not lose against the Czech Republic, or a win if England loses but is not caught on goal difference.
ended in a draw or a loss against Croatia.
Qualified in case of a win or draw against Poland; and in the event of a loss if Slovakia draws against Spain (in the event of a three-way tie) and Poland does not make up their unfavorable goal difference.
Qualified in the case of a win against Spain and in the case of a draw if Poland does not beat Sweden. In the event of a draw and if Poland defeats Sweden (in the event of a three-way tie), Slovakia will qualify if they have a better goal difference than Sweden.
Qualified in case of victory against Slovakia.
Qualified if they win against Sweden, provided there is a winner between Slovakia and Spain. If Poland defeats Sweden, but at the same time Slovakia and Spain neutralize each other (a three-way tie), Poland will qualify if they close their unfavorable goal gap.
Qualifying in the event of a win or draw against Portugal, or defeat if Germany and Hungary draw, or defeat if Hungary beats Germany and does not make up its goal difference (-3/+1).
Third in case of a defeat against Portugal if Germany beat Hungary, a defeat if Hungary beat Germany and make up for their goal difference (-3/+1).
Qualify in case of a win against Hungary, or a draw if Portugal does not beat France.
Third in the event of a draw if Portugal beats France or if France beats Portugal.
If France does not defeat Portugal then ends up in a losing position against Hungary.
Qualified in case of a win against France, or a draw if Hungary defeats Germany.
Third in the event of a draw, Hungary loses if Germany does not beat Germany, or Germany defeats Hungary.
If Hungary defeats Germany ends up in a losing position.
A win against Germany if France defeats Portugal, or a win if France loses and is caught on goal difference (+3/-1).
Third in case of a win if France draws or loses but is not caught on goal difference (+3/-1).
Eliminated in the event of a draw or a loss.
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