Five teams are chasing a World Cup ticket: this is the program of the international match | Foreign football

The World Cup in Qatar will start in just under six months. Although the draw for the World Cup has already been completed, the field of participants is not yet complete. Five teams are still competing for the last two World Cup tickets, while the Nations League has also started again.

World Cup Qualifying

One more European country was able to join the field of the World Cup. Due to the war situation in Ukraine, the country’s play-off match was postponed. Ukraine lost in the final against Wales (1-0), after it had convincingly defeated Scotland before: 3-1. Wales will end up in the group with England, the United States and Iran at the World Cup.

Wednesday 1 June, 8.45 pm: Scotland – Ukraine (1-3)
Sunday 5 June, 6 p.m.: Wales – Ukraine (1-0)

In another part of the qualifying schedule, two countries that Bert van Marwijk once coached will compete against each other. The winner of the United Arab Emirates against Australia will play against Peru in the final. The best of those three teams will face France, Denmark and Tunisia at the World Cup.

Tuesday 7 June, 8 p.m.: United Arab Emirates – Australia
Monday, June 13, 6 p.m.: United Arab Emirates/Australia – Peru

The last World Cup ticket is for the winner of the match between Costa Rica and New Zealand. At the 2014 World Cup, the Netherlands defeated Costa Rica in the quarterfinals on penalties.

Tuesday 14 June, 8 p.m.: Costa Rica – New Zealand

Nations League

In the Netherlands, this international period is completely dominated by the Nations League, which started on Wednesday. For two weeks, almost all European countries play in a group with opponents comparable in level on paper. The Netherlands is linked to Belgium, Poland and Wales.

This is the program at the highest Nations League level for the next two weeks.
Wednesday 1 June, 6 p.m.: Poland – Wales (2-1)
Thursday 2 June, 8.45 pm: Czech Republic – Switzerland (2-1)
Thursday 2 June, 8.45 pm: Spain – Portugal (1-1)
Friday 3 June, 8.45 pm: Belgium – The Netherlands (1-4)

Mark Fleks (left), Teun Koopmeiners, Daley Blind, Stefan de Vrij, Steven Bergwijn, Cody Gakpo (below), Davy Klaassen, Hans Hateboer and national coach Louis van Gaal (right). © ANP

Friday 3 June, 8.45 pm: Croatia – Austria (0-3)
Friday 3 June, 8.45 pm: France – Denmark (1-2)
Saturday, June 4, 6 p.m.: Hungary – England (1-0)
Saturday 4 June, 8.45 pm: Italy – Germany (1-1)
Sunday 5 June, 8.45 pm: Czech Republic – Spain (2-2)
Sunday 5 June, 8.45 pm: Portugal – Switzerland (4-0)

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Monday June 6, 8.45 pm: Austria – Denmark
Monday June 6, 8.45 pm: Croatia – France
Tuesday 7 June, 8.45 pm: Germany – England
Tuesday 7 June, 8.45 pm: Italy – Hungary

Wednesday 8 June, 8.45 pm: Belgium – Poland
Wednesday 8 June, 8.45 pm: Wales – The Netherlands
Thursday 9 June, 8.45 pm:
Portugal – Czech Republic
Thursday 9 June, 8.45 pm: Switzerland – Spain

Group 1
• Austria, Croatia, Denmark and France

Group 2
Czech Republic, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland

Group 3
• England, Germany, Hungary and Italy

Group 4
• Belgium, Netherlands, Poland and Wales

Friday 10 June, 8.45 pm: Austria – France
Friday 10 June, 8.45 pm: Denmark – Croatia

Saturday 11 June, 8.45 pm: England – Italy
Saturday 11 June, 8.45 pm: Hungary – Germany
Saturday 11 June, 8.45 pm: The Netherlands – Poland
Saturday 11 June, 8.45 pm: Wales – Belgium

Sunday 12 June, 8.45 pm: Spain – Czech Republic
Sunday 12 June, 8.45 pm: Switzerland – Portugal

Monday 13 June, 8.45 pm: Denmark – Austria
Monday 13 June, 8.45 pm: France – Croatia

Tuesday 14 June, 8.45 pm: England – Hungary
Tuesday 14 June, 8.45 pm: Germany – Italy
Tuesday 14 June, 8.45 pm: The Netherlands – Wales
Tuesday 14 June, 8.45 pm: Poland – Belgium