Euro 2020 qualifying draw pot 3: 6 TBC
Euro 2020 qualifying draw pot 4: Lithuania, Slovenia, 6 TBC
This group could go any way, with Israel top, three points ahead of Scotland and Albania. First up on Nov. 17, Albania must win at home to Scotland to stay in contention, any other result would mean they finish bottom. If Albania lose, they are in danger of being one of the worst-ranked third-placed teams and being relegated. For Scotland, they know a draw in Albania and a win at home to Israel on Nov. 20 will earn promotion. Israel only need a point for top spot. If Albania beat Scotland, and Scotland beat Israel, the group will be decided on goal difference, goals scored, or even away record.
Finland have won all four of their Nations League games and only need a point in Greece on Nov. 15 to secure promotion and a Euro 2020 playoff. However, if they lose that game by more than two goals then they could be overhauled on the final day. Hungary can avoid bottom spot, and will probably be safe from relegation, with a point at home to Estonia in the next match.
Bulgaria (a-Cyprus, h-Slovenia) are top of the group ahead of Norway (a-Slovenia, a-Cyprus) on goal difference, and they have played each other twice. It's going to go to the wire, but both Norway's games are away. Cyprus have slim hope five points further back. Slovenia need to claim at least four points from their remaining two games to avoid relegation.
Serbia and Montenegro are separated by just a point, with the two teams meeting in Belgrade on Nov. 17. But Romania (home to Lithuania and away to Montenegro) are only a point further back, so any of the three could win the group -- though Montenegro appear to have the tougher fixtures (away to Serbia and home to Romania). Two home games for Serbia (Montenegro, Lithuania) suggests they are hot favourites. Lithuania will be relegated unless they win both of their games.
Euro 2020 qualifying draw pot 4: 1 TBC
Euro 2020 qualifying draw pot 5: 10 TBC
Euro 2020 qualifying draw pot 6: 5 TBC
Georgia sealed promotion with two games to spare, and are guaranteed a Euro 2020 playoff place.
Luxembourg sit on top of the group and will be promoted with a win at home to Belarus on Nov. 15. A draw will also do for them in that game if they win in Moldova on the final day. Belarus know victory in Luxembourg should effectively win them the group, with a trip to San Marino on the final day. Moldova have to win both their remaining games and hope Luxembourg vs. Belarus is a draw.
Kosovo are top of the group by two points, and victory in Malta on Nov. 17 will see them promoted if second-placed Azerbaijan do not win at home to Faroe Islands. Kosovo host Azerbaijan on the final day, and if both teams win their first match it's set up for a winner-takes-all showdown. Faroe Islands are very much outsiders for top spot and would need to beat Azerbaijan and Malta, then hope Kosovo vs. Azerbaijan is a draw and Kosovo lose to Malta.
Macedonia are top of the group, three points clear, and will be promoted if they win in Liechtenstein on Nov. 16 as long as Gibraltar draw with Armenia. If there is a winner between Gibraltar and Armenia, then the group is guaranteed to go down to the final day.