Portugal will host inaugural UEFA Nations League final four


Italy and Poland were the other nations interested in hosting the inaugural tournament but qualification for Santos' side has ensured it went to them.

This is subject to formal approval by the UEFA executive committee at their meeting in Dublin on December 3, but games are expected be played in early June in the summer of 2019 at Porto's Estadio do Dragao and the Estadio D. Afonso Henriques in Guimaraes.

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Portugal booked their ticket to the semi-finals next June after holding Italy to a 0-0 draw at the San Siro on Saturday.

The other Group A winners, still to be decided, will join Portugal will involve two semi-finals, a final (and a third-place play-off). Though the Dutch are in second place behind France, a win or draw would see them pass the World Cup champions and make the semi-finals. A result on the road Sunday is all the Red Devils need to make the semi-finals, though they will be without Romelu Lukaku for the contest. Croatia and England meet at Wembley Stadium on Sunday knowing that the victor of the match will go to the semi-final while the loser will be relegated to League B. However, should the match finish a draw, Spain will be the team that makes their way through to the semi-finals.