Qualification for the tournament in Germany will be held on October 9 with the seedings based on each team’s Nations League performance.
The top ten performing teams across League A, aside from the hosts who have automatically qualified, will be given the top seeding as the ten qualification groups are picked.
Tuesday’s matches will complete the seedings with Czech Republic and Switzerland competing for the last place in Pot 1 as they face off in Gallen. The Czechs must win to avoid relegation.
Croatia, Netherlands, Italy, Hungary, Portugal, Spain, Belgium, Denmark and Poland are all guaranteed a seeding for the Euros draw.
Other teams in Pot 2 include Bosnia and Herzegovina and Israel with Scotland, Albania and Iceland to discover their fate with the culmination of their Nations League campaigns this week.
The top two teams of each group will qualify for Euro 2024 with three play-off places to be determined by the top-ranked Nations League teams who failed to qualify.