With all the drama that occurred on Tuesday night, it’s a bit hard to believe that World Cup qualifying isn’t over yet.
As things stand, 23 nations, including hosts Russia have booked their place into next summer’s tournament, but nine spots remain left open.
Traditional powers like Italy and the Ivory Coast have yet to qualify, while countries like Morocco look to reach their first World Cup in two decades.
Africa’s CAF is the only federation remaining that still has regular qualifying going on, which will be decided in November.
Meanwhile, Peru will take on New Zealand in an inter-continental playoff, while Honduras will meet Australia in a similar fixture.
Here are all of the nations that have already qualified for next summer’s tournament, along with those that remain in contention.
Qualified: Russia (Hosts), Iceland, Serbia, Portugal, Belgium, Germany, England, Spain, Poland, France
Can Still Qualify: Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, Croatia, Sweden, Northern Ireland, Greece, Republic of Ireland
Qualified: Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Colombia
Can Still Qualify: Peru
Qualified: Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama
Can Still Qualify: Honduras
Qualified: Nigeria, Egypt
Can Still Qualify: Senegal, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, South Africa, Morocco, Ivory Coast, Tunisia, Congo
Qualified: Iran, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia
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