QPR left-back Niko Hamalainen and Finland's Euro 2020 future is uncertain following a 2-0 defeat to Belgium on Monday evening.
Hamalainen didn't feature against the world number-one-ranked side, who dominated proceedings in St Petersburg but only led through a late own goal from Finland goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky. Romelu Lukaku drilled in a second.
Finland slipped from second in Group B to third owing to Denmark's 4-1 win over Russia in Copenhagen – and they must now wait to see whether they qualify as one of the four best third-placed teams. Switzerland and Ukraine already hold better records than the Finns, with three more groups to be completed.
Belgium's win also meant that England, Czech Republic, Sweden and France are guaranteed to progress even if they drop to third because they all have four points already.
Tonight (Tuesday), Lyndon Dykes and Scotland have the chance to qualify for the knockout stages when they come up against Croatia at Hampden Park.
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