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Nations League League B results how it worked

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Nations League: League B results, how it worked

Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Scotland and Serbia have been promoted to the top tier, while Sweden, Romania and Armenia have been relegated to League C.

Scotland and Serbia sealed promotion with an away draw against Ukraine and a win in Norway respectively. Romania were relegated despite an emphatic win against Group B3 winners Bosnia and Herzegovina, while the Republic of Ireland condemned Armenia to League C and Sweden dropped down after being held at home by Slovenia

Monday 26 SeptemberB3Montenegro 0-2 FinlandB3Romania 4-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina

Tuesday 27 SeptemberB1Republic of Ireland 3-2 ArmeniaB1Ukraine 0-0 ScotlandB2Albania 1-1 IcelandB2 Russia (suspended until further notice) vs IsraelB4Norway 0-2 SerbiaB4Sweden 1-1 Slovenia

Promoted to League A: Scotland, Israel, Bosnia and Herzegovina, SerbiaRelegated to League C: Armenia, Russia, Romania, Sweden

Group 1: Scotland held out for a 0-0 draw against Ukraine in Poland to finish two points clear of their opponents, while the Republic of Ireland edged a thrilling contest against nine-man Armenia in Dublin to relegate their visitors.

Group 2: Israel sealed top spot and a place in League A with victory against Albania on Matchday 5.

Group 3: Bosnia and Herzegovina are promoted. Romania are relegated.

Group 4: Serbia won a final-day decider in Norway 2-0 to finish three points ahead of their hosts at the top, Aleksandar Mitrović getting the second to join Erling Haaland as joint top scorer on six goals. At the bottom, Sweden were relegated after being held at home by Slovenia.

League B contained 16 teams, drawn into four groups of four. Teams played all their group opponents home and away in June and September 2022, with the group winners promoted to League A for the 2024/25 edition. Teams finishing fourth were relegated to League C.

B1: Ukraine, Scotland, Republic of Ireland, ArmeniaB2: Iceland, Russia (suspended until further notice), Israel, AlbaniaB3: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland, Romania, MontenegroB4: Sweden, Norway, Serbia, Slovenia

Sweden and Norway hit the ground running in Group B4, winning tricky away games as Dejan Kulusevski and Haaland respectively caught the eye. Armenias first League B match proved memorable as Eduard Spertsyans stunning strike sank the Republic of Ireland.

Thursday 2 JuneB2 Albania vs Russia (suspended until further notice)B2Israel 2-2 IcelandB4Serbia 0-1 NorwayB4Slovenia 0-2 Sweden

Saturday 4 JuneB1Armenia 1-0 Republic of IrelandB3Finland 1-1 Bosnia and HerzegovinaB3Montenegro 2-0 Romania

Wednesday 21 SeptemberB1Scotland 3-0 Ukraine

Haaland once again took the headlines as he scored both goals in Norways first victory against neighbours Sweden for 17 years. Serbia and Joel Pohjanpalo-inspired Finland recorded first wins, while Ukraine and Scotland made winning starts following their FIFA World Cup play-off disappointments.

Sunday 5 JuneB4Serbia 4-1 SloveniaB4Sweden 1-2 Norway

Monday 6 JuneB2Iceland 1-1 AlbaniaB2 Israel vs Russia (suspended until further notice)

Tuesday 7 JuneB3Finland 2-0 MontenegroB3Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-0 Romania

Wednesday 8 JuneB1Scotland 2-0 ArmeniaB1Republic of Ireland 0-1 Ukraine

Norway remained top despite being held to a goalless draw at home to Slovenia, while Serbia won 1-0 in Sweden to go second. Israel came from behind to record the first victory in Group B2 and hit the front. Ukraine and the Republic of Ireland both won handsomely, but Group B3 was too close to call at this stage with all four teams separated by just two points after Romania beat Finland and Montenegro held Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Thursday 9 JuneB4Norway 0-0 SloveniaB4Sweden 0-1 Serbia

Friday 10 JuneB2Albania 1-2 IsraelB2 Russia (suspended until further notice) vs Iceland

Saturday 11 JuneB1Republic of Ireland 3-0 ScotlandB1Ukraine 3-0 ArmeniaB3Montenegro 1-1 Bosnia and HerzegovinaB3Romania 1-0 Finland

That man Haaland again scored twice against Sweden in a 3-2 win, while Edin Džekos own double helped Bosnia and Herzegovina to a 3-2 defeat of Finland. Stefan Mugoša went one better with a hat-trick in Montenegros 3-0 win against Romania. Ukraine drew with the Republic of Ireland and Scotland came from behind to beat nine-man Armenia 4-1. Slovenia-Serbia and Iceland-Israel both ended 2-2.

Sunday 12 JuneB4Norway 3-2 SwedenB4Slovenia 2-2 Serbia

Monday 13 JuneB2Iceland 2-2 IsraelB2 Russia (suspended until further notice) vs Albania

Tuesday 14 JuneB1Armenia 1-4 ScotlandB1Ukraine 1-1 Republic of IrelandB3Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-2 FinlandB3Romania 0-3 Montenegro

Ermedin Demirovićs goal proved sufficient for Bosnia and Herzegovina to beat nearest challengers Montenegro and clinch a place in League A with one game to spare. Tal Baribo then scored late to earn Israel a 2-1 win against Albania and promotion. Haaland scored his sixth goal of the competition, but his side lost 2-1 in Slovenia.

Friday 23 SeptemberB3Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-0 MontenegroB3Finland 1-1 Romania

Saturday 24 SeptemberB1Armenia 0-5 UkraineB1Scotland 2-1 Republic of IrelandB2 Iceland vs Russia (suspended until further notice)B2Israel 2-1 AlbaniaB4Slovenia 2-1 NorwayB4Serbia 4-1 Sweden

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