Credit: Badminton Nederland
Decision day in Haarlem
Date: 12/17/2022 8:52 AM
Published by : Thomas Fuchs (BEC)
It's getting serious at the European Mixed Team Championships Qualification. While four of the five groups will still play tomorrow, the Netherlands and Estonia are already preparing for the final showdown in Group 2. 

The Netherlands are facing Estonia in a battle for the top of Group 2 in Haarlem, Netherlands. Both teams have won their matches against Israel and Italy and only the winner of todays showdown will qualify for the European Mixed Team Championships 2023 in Aire-sur-la-Lys, France, in February. 

Groups 3, 4, and 5 will be playing the last matches of their respective subgroups today and this evening we will know which teams will be playing in the group finals tomorrow. As Group 1 just started playing yesterday, there is still a lot to happen in Milton Keynes, England. Poland and the host England both won their opening matches on Friday and will face each other tomorrow for what might be the decisive encounter.

Take a look at today's matches:  

Group 1, Milton Keynes

11.00 CET: England - Norway
15.00 CET: Poland - Slovakia

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Group 2, Haarlem 

14.00 CET: Italy - Israel
19.00 CET: Netherlands - Estonia

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Group 3, Sursee 

10.00 CET: Hungary - Ukraine
15.00 CET: Spain - Switzerland

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Group 4, Glasgow

11.00 CET: Ireland - Sweden
15.00 CET: Scotland - Czech Republic

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Draws and results

Group 5, Sofia

9.00 CET: Austria - Finland
13.00 CET: Bulgaria - Belgium

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Draws and results 

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