England need four points in their last two games to make sure they qualify for the 2022 World Cup.
England’s lead at the top of Group I was cut to three points on Tuesday evening in a 1-1 draw with Hungary at Wembley, while Poland beat Albania 1-0 to take second place.
Gareth Southgate’s side still have enough defense if they take on Albania at Wembley next month and Poland take on Andorra.
They can also defend their place in the tournament with a game that could be avoided if they meet Albania – but only if Poland loses against the minnows Andorra.
With Poland having to beat Andorra, who are 156th in the world, chances are England will not be determined until their final opener against San Marino on Monday November 15.
And with the first finalization of the qualification, there were no wrong limits – especially since reaching Qatar and finishing the second is not a trivial matter.
The top 10 of the group of teams has joined the two winners in the League of Nations last season in a minor controversy in March that saw only three qualifying teams.
England would still be affected by the pieces if they dropped points in their last two games.
The rest of the game in England
November 12 – Albania (h)
November 15 – San Marino (a)
The 2022 World Cup is taking place in Qatar in the winter months and not in the summer, due to the heat.
The tournament kicks off on Monday November 21 at Al Bayt stadium in Al Khor with a game to be played across the country.
The final match will be played at Lusail Stadium in Doha one week before Christmas on Sunday December 18th.
The tournament will feature 32 teams from eight teams of four.
Four games will be played daily on the team, which will last 12 days and see the winners and runners-up go to the last 16.
The match will be postponed after the final whistle, so that the game developers can choose the right time to suit the international television audience, as well as sponsors in Qatar.
The final draw is expected to take place in April 2022, after the March window at the World Cup.
In contrast to Euro 2020, there will be three more games to be played on December 17.
Group section: November 21- December 2
Round 16: December 3-6
End-to-End: December 9/10
Seminars: December 13/14
Finally: December 18
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