The second round of the UEFA Euro 2020 group stage continued on Thursday, when Belgium and the Netherlands secured a place in the Round of 16 alongside Italy. We explain all possibilities at the time when phase association formation begins to be eliminated.
- The first two players in each group and the top four in third place pass to the round of 16.
- The accounts shown below are for information only. Final calculations will be made by UEFA after all group stage matches have been completed in accordance with Articles 20 and 21 of UEFA European Championship Regulations. These examples may not cover all possible situations..
- Games and results
Sunday: Switzerland (1 point) – Turkey (0), Italy (6) – Wales (4)
a Italy Eligible and take first place if you don’t lose.
a Wales He will be in the top two with a draw or if Switzerland can’t beat Turkey.
a Switzerland They can finish first and second if they win and Wales lose – teams will be separated by goal difference – but will be eliminated if they lose.
a Turkey He cannot be in the top two and must beat Switzerland to be in third.
Monday: Russia (3) – Denmark (0), Finland (3) – Belgium (6)
a Belgium He qualified and will take first place in the group with a draw.
a Russia You qualify if you win or draw and do not beat Belgium.
a Finland You qualify if you win or draw and Russia does not beat Denmark.
a Denmark They can take second place if they beat Russia and Finland loses to Belgium, but it all depends on the goals scored in these two matches.
Monday: North Macedonia (0) – Netherlands (6), Ukraine (3) – Austria (3)
You are Holland They are listed as group winners.
a Ukraine He will take second place if he wins or draws.
a Austria He must defeat Ukraine to take second place.
a North Macedonia He could no longer finish in the top three.
Friday: (3) England (3) – Scotland (0)
Tuesday June 22: Croatia (1) – Scotland, Czech Republic (4) – England
a England You will qualify if you beat Scotland.
a Croatia He would not be able to finish first and second if he lost to the Czech Republic and Scotland did not beat England.
a Scotland He will not be able to reach the first and second places if he loses to England.
More permutations soon.
Saturday: Spain (1) – Poland (0)
Wednesday: Slovakia (3) – Spain, Sweden (4) – Poland
a Spain He cannot qualify or be eliminated in the second round.
a Poland He will be out of the fight for first and second places if he loses to Spain.
a Sweden It was decided whether defeat to Poland should be avoided, regardless of other outcomes.
a Slovakia They will qualify on Wednesday if they beat Spain, regardless of other results.
F . group
Saturday: Hungary (0) – France (3), Portugal (3) – Germany (0)
Wednesday: Portugal – France, Germany – Hungary
Portugal They will qualify if they beat Germany and will be in one of the top two if they win and Hungary does not beat France.
a France They will qualify if they beat Hungary and will be in one of the top two places if they win and Germany does not beat Portugal.
a Germany She will not be able to occupy the first two places if she loses to Portugal and Hungary does not defeat France.
a Hungary She will not be able to occupy the first two places if she loses to France and Germany does not defeat Portugal.
round of 16
UEFA EURO 2020 Matches and Results
Saturday 26th June
2A – 2B (5:00 pm, Amsterdam)
1A – 2C (8:00 pm, London)
Sunday 27 June
Netherlands – 3D / E / F (17:00, Budapest)
1B – 3A/D/E/F (20h00, Seville)
Monday 28th June
2F – 2E (17h00, Copenhaga)
1F – 3A/B/C (20h00, Bucharest)
Tuesday 29th June
1D – 2F (17h00, Londres)
1E – 3A/B/C/D (20h00, Glasgow)
All times in mainland Portugal
Tie-break rules in groups
If two or more teams from the same group score the same points after the end of the group stage, these criteria will be applied, in the following order, to determine the final classification:
The. More points are obtained in the matches played between the respective teams
B. Higher goal balance resulting from matches played between the respective teams
ç. More goals scored in the matches played between the teams concerned
Dr.. If, after applying criteria a) to c), the teams remain equal, criteria a) to c) are re-applied exclusively to the matches between the remaining teams to determine the final classification. If this action does not lead to a decision, criteria e) to 1) are applied in the following order to the two or more teams that remain related.
And the. Higher goal difference in all group matches
F. Most goals scored in all group matches
g. Most wins in all group matches
h. Total minimum disciplinary score based only on yellow and red cards displayed in all group matches (red card = 3 points, yellow card = 1 point, red cards with 2 yellow cards in-game = 3 points)
I. position in Ranking of European qualifications
If two teams with the same number of points and the same number of goals scored and conceded meet in the last round of the group stage and remain tied at the end of that match, the final classification will be determined by taking penalty kicks, if no other team in the group has the same number of points after completing the All group stage matches.
How are the four best third-place players determined?
In accordance with Article 21.03, the results of the teams ranked third are compared on the basis of their three matches in the group stage, taking into account the following order of criteria:
The. Most points
B. Higher goal balance
c. Most goals scored
Dr.. Most wins
And the. Total minimum disciplinary score based only on yellow and red cards displayed in all group matches (red card = 3 points, yellow card = 1 point, red cards with 2 yellow cards in-game = 3 points)
F. position in Ranking of European qualifications
Once the top four players in third place are determined, Article 21.05 of systems Explains the third place that will be placed in each heat.
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