Finland? Not gonna happen. No pair, and Virtanen isn't competitive at all IMO.Based on what we've seen the past few weekends, I don't think South Korea really has a chance at qualifying in a 3rd discipline - Min/Eaton just got beat by the #7 US dance team tonight.
Georgia is looking good for one of the pairs spots. Right now, I'm thinking - top 6, Georgia, Germany, Czech Republic and... Realistically? Hungary, Finland, or Australia.
France - nope; South Korea - not likely; Austria - maybe?; Great Britain - no way; Belarus - can't see them qualifying in dance or pairs TBH. Ukraine's decent pairs team (who would be in the mix) is too young for seniors; Poland won't qualify a man or pairs team; the Crafoords won't qualify for Sweden; Spain's not getting a man's spot; Israel isn't getting a woman's spot with them sending Morris to Nebelhorn and Ichilov/Abecassis won't qualify in dance; Azerbaijan, Netherlands, Slovakia - nope, nope, nope.
I'm not even sure if there is a path for Armenia to qualify. Maybe? They have one man and one woman entered for JGP Poland and no entries on the GP. So, their only chance to earn points is in 2 weeks. Anything's possible, especially on the junior level, and top 10 earn points. Turkey is in the same boat - though their chances of earning points are twice as good as Armenia's - they have men entered in all three of the upcoming JGPs and a woman entered for Poland.
Hungary? It's not going to happen in the mens competition, and Lang likely isn't in contention for the women. So another no even if they get it in dance- which is also questionable.
If South Korea is out, then:
Your top 9, but definitely not Finland or Hungary. Australia? Don't think Craine will escape the << calls and they'd have to qualify in men, women, and dance. Austria, on paper, probably has the best chance then since all they need is Zandron in the top 7 and he's competitive with his numbers (although not at Lombardia).
Maybe there won't be 10 nations with entries in 3+ disciplines.