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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 AAP

New Zealand vs. Peru World Cup playoffs set for November 11 and 15

Colombia are through to Russia and Peru are into a playoff against New Zealand after a cagey draw in Lima.
From Argentina's celebration to Panama's broadcasting jubilation, here's the best of the WCQ final matchday in the Sweeper.

The All Whites will play the first leg of their intercontinental World Cup playoff against Peru in Wellington on Nov. 11, New Zealand Football confirmed on Sunday.

Governing body FIFA says the home leg will be staged at Westpac Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 11, with kick-off at 4.15pm local time.

The away leg will be played at the Estadio Nacional de Lima in Peru's capital on Nov. 15, with kick-off at 9.15pm local time.

NZF chief executive Andy Martin said he was pleased to finally have the dates confirmed.

"The...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Australia vs. Honduras, New Zealand vs. Peru World Cup playoff guide

The intercontinental World Cup play offs are now set.

Who is in the playoffs?

The first tie features the winners of the Asian Confederation playoff, Australia. They will play Honduras, who finished fourth in the final group stage in CONCACAF to take their place. 

The second tie sees New Zealand, the winners of the Oceania region, take on Peru, who finished fifth in South America.

When will the playoffs take place?

They will be over two legs between Nov. 9 and 14. The exact match dates have...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

World Cup qualifying hopes of Argentina, U.S., others are on the line

Steve Nicol says FIFA are fixing a system that isn't broken by deciding to seed every team for the 2018 World Cup draw.

Europe (UEFA) -- Full Permutations

At least three of Europe's traditional big hitters are in for an uncomfortable week. Italy are all but resigned to a playoff spot, sitting three points behind Spain in Group G but with a vastly inferior goal difference, while Netherlands are in severe danger of missing out on the World Cup altogether.

The Dutch lie third in an intriguing Group A, three points behind Sweden, whom they host on the final matchday next Tuesday. A win in Belarus on Friday will...

Argentina and Lionel Messi hold no fear for New Zealand - Chris Wood

New Zealand's Chris Wood is confident that the side can beat the likes of Argentina and Chile if they come up against them in the 2018 World Cup play-offs.

BURNLEY, England -- Chris Wood has told ESPN FC that New Zealand have a good chance of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, even if the All Whites take on Lionel Messi and Argentina in next month's OFC vs. CONMEBOL playoff.

Having coasted to an 8-3 aggregate victory over the Solomon Islands in last month's Oceania playoff, New Zealand are now awaiting the results of the final round of South American qualifiers this week before discovering their opponents in the two-legged inter-confederation...