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Scotland’s Euro 2016 qualifying draw

Gordon Strachan.   Picture:  Ian Rutherford

Gordon Strachan. Picture: Ian Rutherford

SCOTLAND face a tough qualifying group for Euro 2016 having been drawn in a group including Germany, Poland and Ireland.

Gordon Strachan’s side were placed in Group D along with Germany, Ireland, Poland and Georgia, as well as UEFA’s newest member Gibraltar, who were drawn to Group C with Spain but were switched to D for political reasons.

The top two teams from each group plus the third-placed team with the best record qualify automatically for the finals. The remaining eight third-placed teams will contest play-offs.

Qualifiers will be played between September 7, 2014 and October 13, 2015 and play-off matches are scheduled for November 2015.

EURO 2016 QUALIFYING DRAW

Group A

Holland

Czech Republic

Turkey

Latvia

Iceland

Kazakhstan

Group B

Bosnia-Herzegovina

Belgium

Israel

Wales

Cyprus

Andorra

Group C

Spain

Ukraine

Slovakia

Belarus

Macedonia

Luxembourg

Group D

Germany

Republic of Ireland

Poland

Scotland

Georgia

Gibraltar

Group E

England

Switzerland

Slovenia

Estonia

Lithuania

San Marino

Group F

Greece

Hungary

Romania

Finland

Northern Ireland

Faroe Islands

Group G

Russia

Sweden

Austria

Montenegro

Moldova

Liechtenstein

Group H

Italy

Croatia

Norway

Bulgaria

Azerbaijan

Malta

Group I

Portugal

Denmark

Serbia

Armenia

Albania

France*

 

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