PARIS (AFP) - Bosnia, Ukraine, Sweden and Hungary will be the four seeded teams for the Euro 2016 play-offs when the draw is made on Sunday, Uefa announced on Wednesday.
The European football governing body said they will be paired with the four other third-placed teams from the just-concluded qualifiers - Denmark, Ireland, Norway and Slovenia.
In all, 24 teams will contest the Euro Finals in France next summer - the most ever - with France assured of qualification as hosts.
The top two teams from the nine qualification groups made it through as well as Turkey, who were the best third-placed team.
That left four places to be decided in two-leg play-offs, contested by the rest of the teams placing third.
The first legs will be held from Nov 12-14 with the return matches from Nov 15-17.