Gareth Southgate’s side could be in a group along with Germany
England could be drawn with Germany in their Euro 2020 qualifying group after Joachim Low’s side were confirmed as a Pot 2 team following the culmination of the UEFA Nations League group stage.
Germany will not be a seeded team for the first time in their history after Poland drew 1-1 against Portugal on Tuesday night, meaning they were among the two teams with the worst records in League A, along with Iceland.
England are among 10 Pot 1 teams for the draw, which will take place in Dublin on December 2. Gareth Southgate’s men join Belgium, Croatia, France, Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland in being seeded.