Euro 2012 qual. - Qualifying permutations
Ahead of the final night of Euro 2012 qualifying, we look at who needs to do what to reach Poland and Ukraine.
All group winners qualify, along with the runners-up with the best record against the top five teams in their group. The remaining runners-up go into a two-legged play-off, which will be drawn on Thursday.
Qualified for play-offs: Montenegro
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Group A: Germany v Belgium, Turkey v Azerbaijan (6pm).
Turkey (14) hold tie-break so need to better Belgium's result (15) to reach the play-offs.
Group B: Ireland v Armenia, Russia v Andorra, Macedonia v Slovakia (6:45pm).
Russia (20) need a point to qualify, Ireland (18) need a point to edge Armenia (17) for play-offs.
Serbia (14) need to win in Slovenia to beat non-playing Estonia (16) to second place.
Group D: France v Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania v Romania (8pm)
France (20) need a point at home against Bosnia-Herzegovina (19) to qualify. They are guaranteed the top two positions.
Group E: Sweden v Netherlands, Moldova v San Marino, Hungary v Finland (7pm).
Sweden are guaranteed second place and will qualify as best runner-up with victory.
Group F: Georgia v Greece, Croatia v Latvia, Malta v Israel (6pm).
Greece (21) need a point in Georgia to qualify - but only if Croatia (19) beat Latvia.
Group G: Bulgaria v Wales (7.05pm), Switzerland v Montenegro (7.15pm)
England have qualified as group winners, Montenegro are runners-up.
Portugal (16) need a point in Denmark (16) to qualify. They are guaranteed the top two places.
Group I: Spain v Scotland, Lithuania v Czech Republic (7.45pm).
Scotland (11) must match or better the Czech Republic's result (10) - the Czechs have a superior head-to-head record.
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Ranking of current second-place teams
Denmark - 16pts (against top five teams of group)
Sweden - 15
Croatia - 13
Estonia - 13
Bosnia-Herzegovina - 13
Rep. Ireland - 12
Montenegro - 12
Scotland - 11
Belgium - 9
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