All seven main round places will be finalised by Saturday's preliminary round deciders despite second straight wins for Finland, France, Moldova and Montenegro.
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All seven UEFA Futsal EURO main round places will be filled on Saturday following Thursday's second set of preliminary round fixtures.
• The six group winners plus the best runner-up join the 21 sides given a bye to the main round.
Bulgaria 3-1 Gibraltar
• Gibraltar took a surprise lead, but goals from Daniel Dimov, Georgi Karageorgiev and Plamen Stoykov wrapped up the win for the mini-tournament hosts.
Montenegro 2-1 Wales
• Montenegro recovered from Chris Hugh's early opener for Wales to win their second successive fixture.
Lithuania 5-2 Estonia
• Lithuania maintained their hopes of qualifying, Jurij Jeremejev and Arsenij Buinickij particularly influential in a victory which came courtesy of a strong second-half display.
Albania 2-5 France
• Réda Rabei got the first hat-trick of this season's competition to move France on to six points, but then suffered a knee injury which makes him a doubt to face Moldova in Saturday's decider.
Moldova 7-0 San Marino
• Vladimir Vusatii's team head into that winner-takes-all encounter in fine fettle, seven different goalscorers having earned them an emphatic victory on Thursday.
Malta 0-4 Andorra
• The group hosts are out of contention after succumbing to two goals apiece from Carlos Barbosa and Ignacio Llamas. Andorra must beat England on Saturday to have a chance of progressing.
Armenia 2-2 Israel
• Adam Cohen and Oz Sabag looked to have given Israel maximum points until late efforts from Henrik Grigoryan and Davit Sujyan kept Armenia in the hunt ahead of their final fixture against Scotland.
Sweden 13-0 Scotland
• Sweden, defeated by Armenia on Wednesday, got off the mark in style with the help of hat-tricks from Kristian Legiec and Sargon Abraham.
Reporters: Aleksei Binkovski, Aleksandar Radović & Nicklas Vinde.
Main round draw: 18–21 March
Group 1: Russia, Netherlands, Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Winner of Group E
Group 2: Spain, Hungary, FYR Macedonia*, Best runner-up
Group 3: Italy (holders), Belarus, Poland*, Winner of Group B
Group 4: Ukraine, Azerbaijan*, Belgium, Winner of Group A
Group 5: Czech Republic, Slovenia*, Norway, Winner of Group D
Group 6: Croatia*, Slovakia, Turkey, Winner of Group F
Group 7: Portugal, Romania*, Kazakhstan, Winner of Group C
• The seven group winners will advance to join hosts Serbia in the final tournament from 2–13 February 2016.
• The seven runners-up plus the best third-placed team will enter the play-offs on 15 and 22 September 2015 (drawn on 10 June). The winners of these four two-legged ties will complete the 12-nation lineup for the finals.