EURO 2020 qualifying has put a freshly invigorated rivalry between Germany and the Netherlands on our calendar twice in the next 11 months.
The Dutch relegated Germany from the UEFA Nations League earlier this Fall, and will attempt to summit Group C in qualifying.
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Other top matches on the docket will be Belgium vs. Russia in Group I, and Spain vs. Sweden in Group F.
The deepest groups are E (Croatia, Wales, Slovakia, Hungary, Azerbaijan) and J (Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland, Greece, Armenia, and Liechtenstein).
Due to the new format, the top two group finishers qualify for Europe while group winners from the Nations League guaranteed themselves at least a playoff spot. Groups without such nations or in which the group winners advance via the top two places send the third place team.
Group A: England*, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Kosovo*
Group B: Portugal*, Ukraine*, Serbia*, Lithuania, Luxembourg
Group C: Netherlands*, Germany, Northern Ireland, Estonia, Belarus*
Group D: Switzerland*, Denmark*, Republic of Ireland, Georgia*, Gibraltar
Group E: Croatia, Wales, Slovakia, Hungary, Azerbaijan
Group F: Spain, Sweden*, Norway*, Romania, Faroe Islands, Malta
Group G: Poland, Austria, Israel, Slovenia, Macedonia*, Latvia
Group H: France, Iceland, Turkey, Albania, Moldova
Group I: Belgium, Russia, Scotland*, Cyprus, Kazakhstan, San Marino
Group J: Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Finland*, Greece, Armenia, Liechtenstein