UEFA will be ‘drawing the balls’ again on Thursday: Slovenia’s youth team will enter the draw for the decisive round of European Championship qualifiers from the fourth pot
European Football Association (UEFA) drew the groups for Euro 2024 on Saturday, and on Thursday, the governing body will once again organize the ball-drawing event. UEFA will draw the groups for the decisive round of qualifications for the Under-19 European Championship, in which Slovenia will participate. The draw will commence at 10:30, and Slovenia will be placed in the fourth pot of quality.
Coach Anton Žlogar and his squad, who faced Belgium, Ireland, and Albania in the opening round, progressing due to securing the 2nd place, will be primarily hoping for Lady Luck to smile upon them.
The pots are assembled in an “interesting manner.” From the first pot, Slovenia might draw Portugal or Spain, but also Scotland or Turkey. The second pot includes Germany, along with Israel and Austria. In the third pot, it would be advisable to avoid France at all costs, whereas a favorable draw could be – let’s say – Kosovo…
Strength pots for the draw of the second round of qualifications for U19 Euro:
Portugal, Spain, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Turkey, Switzerland
Israel, Germany, Denmark, Czech Republic, Belgium, Austria, Ukraine
Kosovo, Croatia, North Macedonia, France, Serbia, Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Slovenia, Romania, Italy, Montenegro, Latvia, Lithuania, Greece
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