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Factbox: List of countries qualified for the 2018 World Cup

Reuters , Wednesday 11 Oct 2017
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Egypt's team players celebrate wining against Congo's team during their World Cup 2018 Africa qualifying match between Egypt and Congo at the Borg el-Arab stadium in Alexandria on October 8, 2017 AFP
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List of countries assured of places in the 32-team field for next year's World Cup finals in Russia after Tuesday's qualifiers:

EUROPE

Russia (Qualified as hosts)

France

Portugal

Germany

Serbia

Poland

England

Spain

Belgium

Iceland

SOUTH AMERICA

Brazil

Uruguay

Argentina

Colombia

AFRICA

Nigeria

Egypt

CENTRAL, NORTH AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN

Mexico

Costa Rica

Panama

ASIA

Iran

Japan

South Korea

Saudi Arabia

PLAYOFFS

EUROPE

Switzerland

Italy

Denmark

Croatia

Sweden

Northern Ireland

Greece

Ireland

Draw is on Oct. 17 with the four best-ranked teams

seeded. The first legs will be played from Nov. 9-11 and the

second legs from Nov. 12-14.

The winner of each tie qualifies for the tournament

INTERCONTINENTAL

New Zealand v Peru

Australia v Honduras

The ties will be played over two legs from Nov. 6 to 14 with the aggregate winners qualifying for the tournament.

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