Republic of Ireland Euro 2020 qualifiers Group D table, installations and results as Boys in Green stay in first after Switzerland draw
RELAND stay in top spot in Group D after a 1-1 draw with Switzerland saved their unbeaten record.
The Boys in Green are currently three clear of second place Denmark, having played a game more, and six clear of the Swiss who have played two games less.
Ireland appeared to be headed to the main thrashing of the crusade after Fabian Schar opened the scoring however David McGoldrick fixed a point with his first global objective.
In the other game in the gathering Denmark easily handled gathering minnows Gibraltar as they recorded a 6-0 away win.
On Sunday the Danes travel to confront Georgia while Switzerland play host to Gibraltar
Here’s all that you have to think about Ireland’s Euro 2020 qualifying gathering:
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Euro 2020 qualifying Group D results:
Saturday March 23rd:
Gibraltar 0 Ireland 1
Georgia 0 Switzerland 2
Tuesday March 26th:
Ireland 1 Georgia 0
Switzerland 3 Denmark 3
Friday June 7th:
Denmark 1 Ireland 1
Georgia 3 Gibraltar 0
Monday June 10th:
Ireland 2 Gibraltar 0
Denmark 5 Georgia 1
Thursday September 5th
Ireland 1 Switzerland 1
Gibraltar 0 Denmark 6
Euro 2020 qualifying Group D fixtures:
Sunday September 8th
Switzerland v Gibraltar, 5.00 pm, TBC
Georgia v Denmark, 5.00 pm, Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, Tbilisi
Saturday October 12th
Georgia v Ireland, 2.00 pm, Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, Tbilisi
Denmark v Switzerland, 5.00 pm, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen
Tuesday October 15th
Switzerland v Ireland, 7.45 pm, Stade de Genève, Geneva
Gibraltar v Georgia, 7.45 pm, Victoria Stadium
Friday November 15th
Denmark v Gibraltar, 7.45 pm, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen
Switzerland v Georgia, 7.45 pm, TBC
Monday November 18th
Ireland v Denmark, 7.45 pm, Aviva Stadium
Gibraltar v Switzerland, 7.45 pm, Victoria Stadium
This piece of the European Championship qualifiers works equivalent to the standard passing structure with the best two groups in each gathering progressing to one year from now’s titles.
Ireland anyway will probably get an opportunity to profit by the elective passing course should they neglect to complete in the main two: the Uefa Nations League.
Notwithstanding Ireland’s horrifying effort toward the part of the bargain that saw them consigned to the third level of the challenge, The Boys in Green are in the same class as ensured a play-off spot on the off chance that they neglect to qualify consequently.
To put it plainly, the main way Ireland would neglect to get a spot is if six nations from Leagues C and D qualify consequently.
Ireland are positioned 23rd by Uefa, which means the best way to neglect to get a play-off spot — if necessary — would be if eight sides positioned higher likewise don’t qualify.
For that to occur, six groups from Leagues C and D would need to progress consequently.