Why Scotland Named Safest World Cup Trail Evidenced After Faroe Islands Drama
Scotland put itself on the brink of a watershed zone after a nervous victory over the Faroe Islands.
The win over Moldova decided the playoff, and we are about to be among the leaders.
But how do we secure this situation?
The top six contestants will be ranked from the qualifying groups, the rest unranked.
Group 10 runner-up and best two of the Nations League group winners who did not finish in first and second places.
These 12 teams are then divided into seeded and unseeded, with the seeded teams hosting the semi-finals for once in March.
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The seeded parties will have an advantage on their own land and will likely avoid some of the better parties in the lottery, although this can be a tempting fate.
Scotland currently has the fourth best record with 14 points, with a difference of 5 goals.
It’s hard to imagine a tournament without Cristiano Ronaldo, but Portugal lags behind Serbia in Group A.
But a convincing five-goal win over Luxembourg kept the pressure on the lead, with a 16-point lead and 12-plus goal difference.
With 14 points for Croatia after the big win in Torshavn, the Croats have a record plus 10 after this round of World Cup qualifiers.
Tournament veteran Switzerland tops the list of the top six seeded teams after beating Lithuania, which puts them on 14 points, with a positive plus nine goal difference.
Sweden’s victory with Greece made it superior to Spain, who were out of duty in the World Cup qualifiers afterwards The League of Nations final defeat.
The former World Cup and European champion has 13 points and a difference of seven goals.
Poland is approaching a playoff in the England group, moving up to 12 with a score plus six goals.
Then we move on to a group of teams stuck at the 11 point mark – who make up the unranked sides.
The Czech Republic is vying with Wales for second place in Group E. The two teams sit on a goal difference plus three goals.
Norway has 11 points and continues to push into the play-off after Moi Illionosi’s brace against Montenegro last night, and they have a plus two goal difference.
Ukraine has 11 points and also has a 2+2 goal difference after beating Bosnia in Kiev.
Romania jumped over North Macedonia and got 10 points so far. Scottish football fans will be keen to avoid it Iannis Hagi After his superb individual effort against Germany.