World Cup draw: When is it? Who has qualified?
The World Cup starts on June 14 in Russia with the final on July 15.
The European qualification process is over after the final play-off saw Denmark beat the Republic of Ireland.
New Zealand take on Peru today as they fight for the final place.
When is the World Cup draw?
The World Cup draw takes place on December 1 in Moscow.
31 teams emerge through the qualification process with Russia the only automatic qualifiers.
Russia will be a top seed alongside the top seven ranked sides in the world.
Groups will drawn of four teams – one from each pot – into groups from A to H.
World Cup 2018 missing XI: Which stars have not qualified for Russia?
Mon, November 13, 2017
Express Sport has compiled a star-studded squad of players who have failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup
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GK – Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus/Italy)
When is the World Cup?
The World Cup starts on June 14 with the final on July 15.
Who has qualified?
UEFA (Europe): France, Portugal, Germany, Serbia, Poland, England, Spain, Belgium, Iceland, Switzerland, Croatia, Denmark, Sweden, Russia
CONMEBOL (South America): Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Colombia
CONCACAF (North/Central America and Caribbean): Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama
AFC (Asia): Iran, South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia
CAF (Africa): Tunisia, Nigeria, Morocco, Senegal, Egypt
CONCAF v AFC: Australia
OFC v CONMEBOL: To be decided