There is one UEFA EURO 2024 finals spot up for grabs as the last round of qualifiers concludes. UEFA.com turns the spotlight on the big decider.
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Nineteen down, one to go. The fight for the last automatic qualifying spot for UEFA EURO 2024 will go down to the wire on Tuesday.
Croatia host Armenia knowing that anything less than victory could allow Wales to snatch a finals spot from their grasp. France have sealed their place, but after racking up 14 goals last time out they seek perfection in Greece.
Matchday 10 fixtures and results
Sunday 19 November 2023
Group A: Scotland 3-3 Norway, Spain 3-1 Georgia
Group F: Belgium 5-0 Azerbaijan, Sweden 2-0 Estonia
Group G: Hungary 3-1 Montenegro, Serbia 2-2 Bulgaria
Group J: Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-2 Slovakia, Liechtenstein 0-1 Luxembourg, Portugal 2-0 Iceland
Monday 20 November 2023
Tuesday 21 November 2023
All kick-off times 20:45 CET unless noted
Croatia out to deny Wales
Croatia are within sight of the finals but as they welcome Armenia on Tuesday, Zlatko Dalić's side will be well aware that their task is not a simple one. Drop points in Zagreb and Wales could steal the runners-up spot in Group D. "Now we are in the situation we wished for, where it is in our hands," said Dalić after his side’s 2-0 win in Latvia on Saturday. "We should be satisfied, but not get carried away. The next step awaits us in Zagreb."
Wales boss Rob Page knows that if Croatia drop points his team can qualify, but only if they beat section-toppers Türkiye. Midfielder Ethan Ampadu said: "We are always good at bouncing back and on Tuesday we need to control what we can control and get the result we need and maybe we will get a little bit of luck along the way."
Did you know?
Croatia have missed only one EURO final tournament since independence, failing to make the cut for EURO 2000 in Belgium and the Netherlands.
What else to look out for
- Portugal have set the bar high by finishing their campaign with a 100% record from ten games, but France can match that percentage if they make it eight wins from eight in Greece on Tuesday. Kylian Mbappé has scored nine goals in this campaign, but even he will struggle to eclipse Belgium's Romelu Lukaku, who looks set to be the European Qualifiers' top scorer with 14.