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World Cup Qualification: A List Of Those Qualified As At Now

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Qatar 2022 World Cup is gradually drawing nearer, and practically every one of the countries have known their destiny, as the World Cup qualifying matches has entered its last stretch, with 31 of the 32 finalists currently known.

Ukraine was one of a handful of the countries hoping to qualify when they beat Wales in the first playoffs. Unluckily for them, Wales overturned the scoreline with an incredible performance to fit the bill for Qatar after sitting tight for this opportunity for 64 years.

In the mean time, how about we take a look at who’s in and who could take the places that are left.

Europe
Qualified (13/13):
Germany
Denmark
Belgium
France
Croatia
Spain
Serbia
Britain
Switzerland
Netherlands
Poland
Portugal
Ridges

South America
Qualified (4/4):
Brazil
Argentina
Ecuador
Uruguay

Still in contention:
Peru

Peru, who finished fifth in the group, will take on the winners of the Asian playoff path, Australia or United Arab Emirates, on June 13 for a place at the World Cup.

CONCACAF
Qualified (3/3):
Canada
Mexico
United States

Still in contention:
Costa Rica

Canada, Mexico, and the United States have secured CONCACAF’s three automatic spots, while fourth-place Costa Rica will face Oceania winner New Zealand in June in an intercontinental playoff on June 14 for a berth at the World Cup.

Africa
Qualified (5/5):
Ghana
Senegal
Morocco
Tunisia
Cameroon

Asia
Qualified (5/5):
Qatar (as hosts)
IR Iran
South Korea
Saudi Arabia
Japan

Ukraine’s Dream To Be At The World Cup Dashed

Australia beat United Arab Emirates 2-1 on June 7 to keep dream alive. They now advance to an intercontinental playoff against Peru, to be played on June 13 for a spot at the World Cup.

Oceania
Still in contention:
New Zealand

New Zealand won the Oceania region, but this only earns a qualification playoff against Costa Rica, the fourth-placed team from CONCACAF, for a place at the World Cup.

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