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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2018 World Cup: Who has qualified for the finals and who can get there?

With 23 teams having qualified, there remain nine places to be clinched on the Road to Russia 2018.

The qualifying process for the 2018 World Cup, which began on March 12, 2015, is reaching its climax. 

So far, 23 nations have booked their place to join host nation Russia in next year's tournament.

Qualified nations: Russia (hosts), Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Honduras, Iceland, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Korea, Spain, Uruguay.

Who can still qualify and how:

 By Nick Miller

World Cup playoffs: Italy-Sweden top pick, Northern Ireland to spring upset

Alejandro Moreno and Alexis Nunes preview and predict the playoff fixtures of World Cup qualifying.
With the playoff teams set in Europe, the FC crew assess which unseeded side has the best chance of reaching the World Cup.
Martin O'Neill hopes his Ireland players remain injury free over the next few weeks ahead of their playoff versus Denmark.
From Argentina's celebration to Panama's broadcasting jubilation, here's the best of the WCQ final matchday in the Sweeper.

The group phase of World Cup qualification may be over, but there is still space for four more European teams at next summer's finals in Russia.

Tuesday's playoff draw denied us the prospect of Italy facing Republic of Ireland -- who famously defeated the four-time world champions at the 1994 World Cup and also beat the Azzurri to qualify for the knockout phase of Euro 2016 -- and a "derby" that would have pitted Denmark against Nordic neighbours Sweden.

But the four ties -- each to be played over...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Italy to play Sweden, Rep of Ireland to meet Denmark in World Cup playoff

Martin O'Neill hopes his Ireland players remain injury free over the next few weeks ahead of their playoff versus Denmark.
With the playoff teams set in Europe, the FC crew assess which unseeded side has the best chance of reaching the World Cup.

Italy have been drawn against Sweden in the European playoffs for the 2018 World Cup, while the Republic of Ireland will meet Denmark.

Elsewhere in the draw for next summer's tournament in Russia, Northern Ireland will face Switzerland and Croatia will play Greece.

Italy finished second in their qualifying group behind Spain to reach the playoffs, with Sweden narrowly beating the Netherlands to a place in the draw. France topped that pool.

Italy, who have not missed a World Cup since 1958, had been...

 By AAP

Australia's new FIFA world ranking could lead to better World Cup draw

The FC panel caution Australia not to underestimate a gritty Honduras side in the intercontinental playoff.

The Socceroos have jumped seven places in FIFA's world rankings to 43rd after their World Cup qualification victory over Syria.

And it has laid the platform for an unprecedented third seeding at the 2018 tournament -- should Australia beat Honduras in their playoff next month to reach Russia.

Australia recorded 1-1 and 2-1 results over the 77th-ranked Syrians this month, setting up another two-leg play off against the Central American nation.

It's the highest ranking for Ange Postecoglou's men in...

Spain miss out on World Cup draw seeding as FIFA confirms ranking

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti believes Jorge Sampaoli will employ his experience and make Argentina a force at Russia 2018.
Herculez Gomez assesses which of the qualified CONCACAF teams can make the deepest run at the World Cup.

FIFA has confirmed the seven highest-ranked nations joining hosts Russia as the top-seeded teams in the World Cup draw.

France rise one place to seventh to edge out Spain as defending champions Germany head an unchanged top six.

After a busy qualifying programme last week, Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Belgium and Poland are also top-seeded for the Dec. 1 draw in Moscow.

FIFA uses its October World Ranking to decide all four seeding pots despite nine places in the 32-team World Cup lineup still...