Can Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland edge closer to Euro 2020?

Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will all play in the European Qualifying play-off semi-finals on Thursday as they edge closer to a spot at Euro 2020.

The original play-off ties were due to be played in March but after a global lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, the fixtures were postponed, as was the Euro 2020 tournament itself.

Now, those fixtures are being played for next summer's rearranged competition and will be a one-off fixture on October 8 before the finals on November 12.

For the first time, teams must come through more than one round to reach Euro 2020 and, unlike all previous editions, sides have qualified to participate in the play-offs via the Nations League rather than the European Qualifiers.

An old foe for Scotland

Scotland vs Israel - 7.45pm kick-off, live on Sky Sports Main Event from 7pm

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