European Championships
Qualifying for 2008

Top two teams in each group qualify for the final.

Results from Sept. 2 & 6

Most notably in this week's action, in Group B, Scotland started off with two wins, while world champ Italy managed only a home draw with Lithuania, and a 3-1 loss at France in a rematch of the WC final.
• Norway moved to the top of Group C with two wins.
• Germany scored a record 13 goals on the road against hapless San Marino. They also beat Ireland, and share the Group D lead with the Czech Republic.
• England and Israel both won twice to share the early lead in Group E.
• Northern Ireland had a complete turnaround: getting shut out at home, 3-0, by Iceland on Saturday, and coming back on Wednesday to beat Spain, 3-2 in Group F.
• Netherlands won twice to take the lead in Group G.

Group A
Saturday, Sept. 2
Poland 1, Finland 3
Serbia 1, Azerbaijan 0
Wednesday, Sept. 6
Finland 1, Portugal 1
Poland 1, Serbia 1
Armenia 0, Belgium 1
Azerbaijan 1, Kazakhstan 1

Group B
Saturday, Sept. 2
Italy 1, Lithuania 1
Scotland 6, Faroe Islands 0
Georgia 0, France 3
Wednesday, Sept. 6
France 3, Italy 1
Lithuania 1, Scotland 2
Ukraine 3, Georgia 2

Group C
Saturday, Sept. 2
Hungary 1, Norway 4
Malta 2, Bosnia-Herzegovina 5
Moldova 0, Greece 1
Wednesday, Sept. 6
Norway 2, Moldova 0
Turkey 2, Malta 0
Bosnia-Herzegovina 1, Hungary 3

Group D
Saturday, Sept. 2
Germany 1, Ireland 0
Slovakia 6, Cyprus 1
Czech Rep. 2, Wales 1
Wednesday, Sept. 6
San Marino 0, Germany 13
Slovakia 0, Czech Rep. 3

Group E
Saturday, Sept. 2
England 5, Andorra 0
Estonia 0, Israel 1
Wednesday, Sept. 6
Macedonia 0 - 1 England 1
Israel 4, Andorra 1
Russia 0, Croatia 0

Group F
Saturday, Sept. 2
Latvia 0, Sweden 1
Northern Ireland 0, Iceland 3
Spain 4, Liechtenstein 0
Wednesday, Sept. 6
Northern Ireland 3, Spain 2
Iceland 0, Denmark 2
Sweden 3, Liechtenstein 1

Group G
Saturday, Sept. 2
Luxembourg 0, Netherlands 1
Romania 2, Bulgaria 2
Belarus 2, Albania 2
Wednesday, Sept. 6
Netherlands 3, Belarus 0
Albania 0, Romania 2
Bulgaria 3, Slovenia 0


The next games are Oct. 7 and 11, and Nov. 15.
And in 2007: March 24, 28, June 2, 6, Aug. 22, Sept. 9, 12, Oct. 13, 17, Nov. 17, 21.

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