Portugal, Croatia, Ireland and the Czech
Republic have been seeded for Thursday's draw for next month's
Euro 2012 play-offs, UEFA said in a statement on Wednesday.
The decision means Euro 2004 runners-up Portugal, who missed
out on automatic qualification for next June's finals in Ukraine
and Poland after Tuesday's 2-1 defeat in Denmark, will face
either unseeded Turkey, Bosnia, Estonia or Montenegro.
The draw for the November 11/12 and 15 two-legged ties will take
place in Krakow on Thursday.
Croatia were second in Group F behind Greece and could now
face fellow former Yugoslavs Bosnia or Montenegro, the latter of
whom are making their play-off debut along with Estonia.
Spain, Germany, Russia, Italy, France, the Netherlands,
Greece, England, Denmark and best runners-up Sweden have already
joined the two host nations in the finals with the tournament
draw taking place on December 2 in Kiev.
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