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UEFA Nations League LIVE: UEFA Nations League 2022 – The final round of 2022/23 Nations League group stage matches is drawing to a close,…

UEFA Nations League LIVE: UEFA Nations League 2022 – The final round of 2022/23 Nations League group stage fixtures is nearing completion, with a few teams already relegated to the lower leagues, while others go down to the wire to know their fate in next year’s UEFA Nations League campaign . England are joined by Wales and Austria in relegation to League B. Follow UEFA Nations League 2022 LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN

The bottom team from the groups in Liga A and B are relegated, with two Liga C teams to be relegated via the play-offs in early 2023. There is no relegation from Liga D, where all 55 UEFA nations participate each year. France are the defending champions of the tournament but miss out on the final this year.

We take a look at the biggest teams relegated to League B this campaign:

England

England, who reached the Euro 2020 final, have suffered in this season’s Nations League campaign. Their group included two giants in Germany and Italy, with Hungary forming a sort of ‘group of death’. However, Gareth Southgate and his men were stunned by minnows Hungary both home and away, including a 4-0 loss at the hands of the Magyars.

UEFA Nations League LIVE: Euro finalists England RELEGATED to League B, see the best teams to play Nations League B – Follow LIVE

In their last match, England were once again beaten by Italy 1-0, ending their hopes of staying in League A. Now they will move to League B knowing they have massively underperformed this season . Belgium, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain could be potential opponents in the qualifiers for Euro 2024, with the three lions set to meet in a crucial few months ahead of the World Cup.

UEFA Nations League LIVE: Euro finalists England RELEGATED to League B, see the best teams to play Nations League B – Follow LIVE

Wales

Wales lost to Poland in their last match, ending their UEFA Nations League campaign. However, the Welsh will not be entirely disappointed after qualifying for their first and only World Cup since 1958.

Wales are guaranteed pool two for the Euro 2024 qualifying draw, against one team – both home and away. The likes of Aaron Ramsey, Harry Wilson and Ben Davies were significantly missing this campaign but will aim to return in time for their first World Cup against the USA.

UEFA Nations League LIVE: Euro finalists England RELEGATED to League B, see the best teams to play Nations League B - Follow LIVE
UEFA Nations League LIVE: Euro finalists England RELEGATED to League B, see the best teams to play Nations League B – Follow LIVE

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Austria

Former Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick had a debut to remember with a 3-0 win against Croatia. But since then, the team has failed to maintain any consistency, losing three of his last four games.

The team will also not participate at the World Cup, which will give Rangnick more time to think as they move to Liga B next season. With Austria relegated to Pot 2, they are expected to face tough competition (including England) in the 2022/23 UEFA Nations League campaign.

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UEFA Nations League LIVE: Euro finalists England RELEGATED to League B, see the best teams to play Nations League B – Follow LIVE

Follow UEFA Nations League 2022 LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN

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