Four-time winners Spain, as well as Austria, Norway and Serbia, will make up Friday's Under-21 play-off draw, held in Nyon at 13:00CEST to the two ties in November.
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The line-up has been confirmed for Friday's UEFA European Under-21 Championship play-off draw in Nyon.
Who are in the play-offs?
Austria, Norway, Serbia and four-time winners Spain.
When is the draw?
The draw takes place in Nyon, Switzerland, at 13:00CEST on Friday.
How does it work?
The four contenders will be drawn into two home-and-away ties, which will be played between 7 and 15 November. The aggregate winners of each tie will reach the final tournament, to be played in Poland in June 2017.
How did the contenders qualify?
As the four runners-up in the qualifying group stage with the best record against the nations first, third, fourth and fifth in their sections.
Who has already qualified for the finals?
The Czech Republic, Denmark, England, FYR Macedonia, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia and holders Sweden qualified as the nine group winners, with Poland also assured of a place as hosts.
How the runners-up finished
Group 6: Spain 17pts, +13 goal difference
Group 2: Serbia 17, +10
Group 7: Austria 16, +8
Group 9: Norway 16, +2
Group 4: Israel 15, +9
Group 8: Netherlands 14, +5
Group 3: France 14, +5
Group 1: Belgium 12, 0
Group 5: Bulgaria 11, +1