The 16 UEFA Nations League group winners form the play-offs – two semi-finals per League – unless they have qualified for the tournament via the European Qualifiers, Report informs.
Path A: Iceland, Bulgaria/Israel/Hungary/Romania*
Path B: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland
Path C: Scotland, Norway, Serbia, Bulgaria/Israel/Hungary/Romania*Path D: Georgia, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Belarus
*A draw is required to decide on the composition of Path C, while Path A will be completed with the remaining teams.
Semi-final 1 (1 v 4): Georgia v Belarus
Semi-final 2 (2 v 3): North Macedonia v Kosovo
Semi-final 1 (1 v 4): Scotland v (team to be drawn)
Semi-final 2 (2 v 3): Norway v Serbia
Semi-final 1 (1 v 4): Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland
Semi-final 2 (2 v 3): Slovakia v Republic of Ireland
Semi-final 1 (1 v 4): Iceland v tbc
Semi-final 2 (2 v 3): tbc v tbc
The three remaining teams from League C - Bulgaria, Hungary, Israel, Romania - will be allocated to Path A to complete the semi-final pairings in the order of their ranking:
- Best-ranked team to play at home in semi-final 2.
- Next best-ranked team to play away in semi-final 2.
- Next best-ranked team to play away in semi-final 1.
There will also be a draw to determine which Path A semi-final winner plays the final at home.
Denmark and Russia have both qualified for UEFA EURO 2020. As both are hosts (Copenhagen and Saint Petersburg) and paired together in Group B of the final tournament, a draw is required to determine which of the two will play three group stage games at home; the other host will play two group stage matches at home.