On Sunday at 12 pm in Dublin draw for the qualifiers of the european CHAMPIONSHIP 2020. The Red Devils are seed, so it would be very strange to walk if they do not know.
Since the European Championship in 2016 was expanded to 24 countries – 55 to take part in the preliminary rounds – it would be a real shame if Belgium is not. Certainly as the seed.
For the number one on the Fifa-ranking, the next qualifiers already glorified oefenmatchen. Unless Roberto Martinez is lucky that he is Germany, the only topland that in the second pot. The happiness, yes, because duels with die Mannschaft will be more exciting than the previous games in the Nations League against Iceland and Switzerland. Finally a topaffiche, finally a clearer indicator of this. In addition, no one needs to despair: the first and the second of each qualifying group will be able to the european CHAMPIONSHIPS, in 12 host cities spread all over Europe is played. Except in our capital city of Brussels.
And what if the Red Devils scoring suddenly lost the ability and the performance not in the top two in their group to finish? Then there is still the safety net of the Nations League. The group winners of each category – Belgium sat in the highest, Category A settlement in march 2020 old-fashioned barragewedstrijden. Unless they are already placed through the preliminary rounds, a near certainty. The vacant places are then allocated to the highest ranked countries in the Nations League. It says Belgium fifth, the first to a spot to claim.
In short: as soon as Portugal, Switzerland, England or the Netherlands in the qualifying round for the european CHAMPIONSHIPS, Belgium is certainly a barragematch. And if it is even then doesn’t work for this golden generation, then we can better under a stone to creep and softly begin to cry.
POT 1: Switzerland*, Portugal*, Netherlands*, England*, austria, BELGIUM, France, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Poland
POT 2: Germany, Iceland, Bosnia, Ukraine, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Austria, Wales, Czech republic
POT 3: Slovakia, Turkey, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Norway, Serbia, Finland, Bulgaria, Israel
POT 4: Hungary, Romania, Greece, Albania, Montenegro, Cyprus, Estonia, Slovenia, Lithuania, Georgia
POT 5: Macedonia, Kosovo, belarus, Luxembourg, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Gibraltar, Faroe
POT 6: Latvia, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Malta, San Marino
*The winners of group A in the Nations League in a group with only five countries.
Qualifiers: 21-26 march, 7-8 & 10-11 June, 5-10 september, 10-15 October, 14-19 november
Barrages: 26-31 march 2020