Four places remain up for grabs in the final round of Euro 2020 qualifying fixtures, which begin later this afternoon, with the Republic of Ireland already guaranteed at least a play-off spot. 

So here's a look at the lie of the land in each group. 

Group D

Ireland and Denmark renew their rivalry on Monday evening

We all know that Mick McCarthy's side need to beat Denmark on Monday to get the automatic qualifying spot. The only way both teams could qualify is in the unlikely event Switzerland lose to Gibraltar. Again, the odd team out will go forward to the play-offs along with Georgia.

Group A
England have won the group, with the Czech Republic confirmed in second. Kosovo will go into the play-offs as a Nations League D group winner, as will Bulgaria due to the League C rankings - though they could yet move into a higher tier.

Group B
Serbia and Portugal will battle for the second qualifying place - Serbia host confirmed group winners Ukraine on Sunday afternoon, with Portugal away at Luxembourg. There is a play-off safety net for whichever team misses out.

Group C

Holland are back in a finals tournament for the first time since they made the 2014 World Cup 

Holland's head-to-head advantage over Northern Ireland sees them qualify alongside Germany. Northern Ireland and Belarus will enter the play-offs, but the former could yet move up to a higher tier depending on results in groups D and E.

Group E 
Croatia have qualified, with Wales needing to beat Hungary to pip them to second place. The loser has a play-off safety net and Slovakia will also be involved at that stage.

Group F
Spain top the group and Sweden have qualified, with Romania and Norway heading to the play-offs. 

Group G
Poland, with head-to-head advantage over fellow qualifiers Austria, are confirmed as group winners. North Macedonia and Israel are in the play-offs.

Group H
France and Turkey have qualified. Iceland will be in the play-offs despite finishing the Nations League as League A's lowest-ranked team - nine of the 11 above them have already qualified automatically, with Switzerland and Portugal likely to follow.

Group I

Scotland were already guaranteed a play-off berth

Belgium win the group, Russia have also qualified and Scotland will host a League C play-off tie.

Group J
Italy, as group winners, and Finland have qualified. Bosnia and Herzegovina will head to the play-offs.


Iceland are the only team certain to play in Nations League A's play-off path in March, with the remainder to come from lower tiers unless Switzerland or Portugal suffer hugely unlikely defeats.

Bosnia will play in Path B and Scotland and Norway in Path C, with the Republic of Ireland, Wales, Slovakia, Northern Ireland, Bulgaria, Israel and Romania all involved but their respective paths to be determined by results from Sunday to Tuesday and, if necessary, a draw.

Only Path D is set in stone, with Georgia hosting Belarus and North Macedonia taking on Kosovo.

Follow Republic of Ireland v Denmark with our live blog on RTÉ Sport Online or the RTÉ News Now App, watch live on RTÉ2 from 7pm or listen live on RTÉ 2fm's Game On.