World Cup qualifying has entered its final stretch, with 19 of the 32 finalists now known.
But who could take the 13 places that remain? We take a closer look.
– Olley: England still a work in progress
Still in contention
The final three places will be decided by playoffs. Two of the finals will be held on Tuesday. The winners will qualify for the World Cup.
– Ogden: Portugal are more than just Ronaldo
Playoff Path A semifinal:
Scotland vs. Ukraine
The winners of the semifinal will be away to Wales in the final for a place at the World Cup.
– Vickery: Tense battle to seal playoff place
The four automatic places have all been confirmed in South America, leaving just the intercontinental playoff place to play for. The final round of games takes place on Tuesday, with the team that finishes fifth in the group going forward to take on the winners of the Asian playoff path for a place at the World Cup.
No team has yet qualified from this region, which has three automatic places.
There are two rounds of qualifiers to play, on Sunday and Wednesday. The top three qualify automatically, with the fourth-placed team facing the winners of the Oceania region to make the World Cup.
The five places in Africa are decided by two-legged playoffs, with the second legs being held on Tuesday. The first-leg scores of the five ties are as follows, with the winners advancing to the World Cup.
Two teams will meet in the confederation playoff final. Australia have secured their place, with the other spot still up for grabs on Tuesday. UAE will take it if they win at home to South Korea. If they fail to win, Iraq are best placed to overtake them by beating Syria. The winners will play a team from South America for a place at the World Cup.
Solomon Islands play New Zealand on Wednesday in the final of the Oceania region. The winners will take on a team from CONCACAF for a place at the World Cup finals.