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Some team wait for play off

Some team wait for play off

Some team wait for play off

Some team wait for play off

With one year to go until the 2022 World Cup gets under way in Qatar, several nations have now booked

their place while others must face a nervous wait.

A dramatic final round of fixtures in European qualifying drew to a close on Tuesday, with reigning world champions

France and Gareth Southgate’s England among those to secure their spots.

However, there will be some big names in Europe’s play-off deciders in March – plus there’s plenty still yet to be decided
around the rest of the world.
Also heading to the World Cup are 2018 winners France, while BelgiumDenmark and Germany all safely navigated
their groups as well.

It was not all straightforward for Europe’s heavyweights, however.

There were some crucial top-of-the-table deciders in the final round of fixtures, with Serbia scoring a 90th-minute winner

to pip Portugal to first place, and both Spain and Croatia netting late on to edge their respective closest challengers

Sweden and Russia.

In a thrilling conclusion to qualifying, Switzerland also took full advantage of Italy’s draw against Northern Ireland to take

Joining those 10 group winners in Qatar will be three other European nations, who will come from the 10 runners-up and

two Nations League teams in the play-offs.

Wales and Scotland must go via this route but they will be joined by some surprising names.

Scotland’s superb closing victory over Denmark ensured they will be one of the six seeded sides granted a home draw

for the play-offs,  which take place next March, while Wales earned a precious draw against the world’s number one ranked side

Belgium to secure a home draw of their own.

European champions Italy and Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal,as well as Sweden and Russia, join Scotland and Wales

as the seeded play-off nations.