Euro 2020 playoff hopefuls discover draw fate
Scotland will meet Israel in the semifinals of the Euro 2020 playoffs, with the game taking place at Hampden Park on March 26.
The winners will be away to Norway or Serbia on March 31 for a place in the finals.
So far 20 teams have booked their automatic passage to Euro 2020. The final four places will be decided by four playoff paths, with nations qualifying based on their UEFA Nations League record from 12 months ago.
With eight teams in the League C path requiring a playoff, UEFA had to draw which of Bulgaria, Israel, Hungary and Romania would play Scotland, with the other three nations joining Iceland in Path A.
With the playoff paths complete, UEFA was also able to draw the four home teams in each of the finals.
Iceland vs. Romania
Bulgaria vs. Hungary
HOME TEAM IN FINAL: Bulgaria or Hungary
Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Northern Ireland
Slovakia vs. Republic of Ireland
HOME TEAM IN FINAL: Bosnia and Herzegovina or Northern Ireland
Scotland vs. Israel
Norway vs. Serbia
HOME TEAM IN FINAL: Norway or Serbia
Georgia vs. Belarus
North Macedonia vs. Kosovo
HOME TEAM IN FINAL: Georgia or Belarus
Denmark were also drawn to play at home to Russia in the group game between the two hosts.