The surprising Netherlands wins the day with 1,600 coefficient points (4 wins, 1 loss). There Germany is second with 1,572 coefficient points, the result of 5 wins, 1 draw and 1 defeat. In third place is the France with 1,334 coefficient points (3 wins, 3 draws, 1 defeat) and the fourth defends well theItaly with 1.286 points-coefficient (4 wins, 1 draw, 2 defeats), which however loses a few tenths of a point from the transalpines. Less brilliant than usualEngland (1.143 coefficient points, 4 wins, 3 defeats) and above all the Spain (0,857 coefficient points, 2 wins, 2 draws and 3 defeats).
Scrolling through the ranking the Russia (2 wins, 1 loss) overtakes Scotland (2 losses), the Czech Republic (1 win, 2 defeats) surpasses Cipro (2 defeats), the Greece (1 win, 1 draw) bypasses the Turkey (1 draw, 2 defeats), between the twenty-sixth and the twenty-ninth place there Poland (1 win) earns two positions, theAzerbaijan (1 win) one, theHungary (1 defeat) loses one and the Kazakhistan (1 defeat) two.
Nice leap forward of the Finland (1 victory) that overcomes the already eliminated in one fell swoop Kosovo, Ireland, northern Ireland e Albania.
In the annual ranking he leads the Netherlands with 6,400 coefficient points ahead of Germany with 5,214 and England with 5,000. The Spain is seventh with 4,857, la France octave with 4,750, theItaly decimal with 4.714.
QUALIFIED PROVISIONALLY BY COUNTRY
Now let’s see how many teams from each nation would currently qualify for the knockout stage (CL: Champions League; THE: Europa League; ECL: Europa Conference League; UNTIL: total).