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UEFA WCQ : Germany and Denmark become the first two teams to clinch a place in the group stage of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers

THE UEFA WCQ
Germany and Denmark clinched qualifications.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2021
Czech Republic 2-2 Wales (Group E)
Estonia 2-0 Belarus (Group E)
Gibraltar 0-3 Montenegro (Group G)
Latvia 0-1 Netherlands (Group G)
Turkey 1-1 Norway (Group G)
Cyprus 0-3 Croatia (Group H)
Malta 0-4 Slovenia (Group H)
Russia 1-0 Slovakia (Group H)
Germany 2-1 Romania (Group J)
Iceland 1-1 Armenia (Group J)
Liechtenstein 0-4 North Macedonia (Group J)

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2021
Andorra 0-5 England (Group I)
Hungary 0-1 Albania (Group I)
Poland 5-0 San Marino (Group I)
Kazakhstan 0-2 Bosnia and Herzegovina (Group D)
Finland 1-2 Ukraine (Group D)
Lithuania 3-1 Bulgaria (Group C)
Switzerland 2-0 Northern Ireland (Group C)
Georgia 0-2 Greece (Group B)
Sweden 3-0 Kosovo (Group B)
Azerbaijan 0-3 Republic of Ireland (Group A)
Luxembourg 0-1 Serbia (Group A)
Scotland 3-2 Israel (Group F)
Faroe Islands 0-2 Austria (Group F)
Moldova 0-4 Denmark (Group F)

MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2021
Latvia 1-2 Turkey (Group G)
Netherlands 6-0 Gibraltar (Group G)
Norway 2-0 Montenegro (Group G)
Croatia 2-2 Slovakia (Group H)
Cyprus 2-2 Malta (Group H)
Slovenia 1-2 Russia (Group H)
Iceland 4-0 Liechtenstein (Group J)
North Macedonia 0-4 Germany (Group J)
Romania 1-0 Armenia (Group J)
Belarus 0-2 Czech Republic (Group E)
Estonia 0-1 Wales (Group E)

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2021
Albania 0-1 Poland (Group I)
England 1-1 Hungary (Group I)
San Marino 0-3 Andorra (Group I)
Denmark 1-0 Austria (Group F)
Faroe Islands 0-1 Scotland (Group F)
Israel 2-1 Moldova (Group F)
Kazakhstan 0-2 Finland (Group D)
Ukraine 1-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina (Group D)
Bulgaria 2-1 Northern Ireland (Group C)
Lithuania 0-4 Switzerland (Group C)
Kosovo 1-2 Georgia (Group B)
Sweden 2-0 Greece (Group B)
Portugal 5-0 Luxembourg (Group A)
Serbia 3-1 Azerbaijan (Group A)

 

All the teams in ‘Group A’ are eliminated but Serbia and Portugal. Portugal is a point behind Serbia but with a game in hand.
Sweden leads the race in ‘Group B’ with Spain a win behind. Italy and Switzerland are on 14 points and the only teams left in the contest in ‘Group C’.
Ukraine, Finland, and Bosnia and Herzegovina are all in a position to put up a fight for qualification in the group in ‘Group D’ but France is the team in pole position.

Since Belgium is almost at the finish line, Wales and Czech Republic are likely to be the contestants for the playoff round in ‘Group E’

Denmark booked their spot from Group F, leaving Scotland, Israel, and Austria to chase for the playoff round.

Norway and Turkey are not far off the top spot in ‘Group G’ but Netherlands has the lead. Russia or Croatia the two teams left in ‘Group H’ to contest for direct qualifications.

England lead in ‘Group I’ but have Poland and Albania breathing on their neck if they slip up.

Germany qualifies from Group J to leave Romania, North Macedonia, Armina, and Iceland in the chase for the playoff round.

 

The group standings. 

GROUP A
1. Serbia – 17 points
2. Portugal – 16 points
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3. Luxembourg – 6 points
4. Republic of Ireland – 5 points
5. Azerbaijan – 1 point

GROUP B
1. Sweden – 15 points
2. Spain – 13 points
3. Greece – 9 points
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4. Georgia – 4 points
5. Kosovo – 4 points

GROUP C
1. Italy – 14 points
2. Switzerland – 14 points
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3. Bulgaria – 8 points
4. Northern Ireland – 5 points
5. Lithuania – 3 points

GROUP D
1. France – 12 points
2. Ukraine – 9 points
3. Finland – 8 points
4. Bosnia – 7 points
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5. Kazakhstan – 3 points

GROUP E
1. Belgium – 16 points
2. Czech Republic – 11 points
3. Wales – 11 points
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4. Estonia – 4 points
5. Belarus – 3 points

GROUP F
1. Denmark – 24 points
2. Scotland – 17 points
3. Israel – 13 points
4. Austria – 10 points
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5. Faroe Islands – 4 points
6. Moldova – 1 points

GROUP G
1. Netherlands – 19 points
2. Norway – 17 points
3. Turkey – 15 points
4. Montenegro – 11 points
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5. Latvia – 5 points
6. Gibraltar – 0 points

GROUP H
1. Russia – 19 points
2. Croatia – 17 points
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3. Slovakia – 10 points
4. Slovenia – 10 points
5. Malta – 5 points
6. Cyprus – 5 points

GROUP I
1. England – 20 points
2. Poland – 17 points
3. Albania – 15 points
4. Hungary – 11 points
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5. Andorra – 6 points
6. San Marino – 0 points

GROUP J
1. Germany – 21 points
2. Romania – 13 points
3. North Macedonia – 12 points
4. Armenia – 12 points
5. Iceland – 8 points
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6. Liechtenstein – 1 point

 

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