Who has qualified and who is still in contention?

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World Cup qualifying has entered its final stretch, with 27 of the 32 finalists now known.

But who could take the five places that remain? We take a closer look.

– World Cup finals draw: Date, time, format, seeds
– World Cup 2022 qualifying: How it works around the world

Europe

Qualified (12/13):
Germany
Denmark
Belgium
France
Croatia
Spain
Serbia
England
Switzerland
Netherlands
Poland
Portugal

Still in contention

The outstanding playoff path was postponed due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. It is scheduled to take place in June.

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.

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, in June for a place at the World Cup.

CONCACAF

Qualified (1/3):
Canada

Still in contention:
United States
Mexico
Costa Rica

– How United States and Mexico can qualify
– Bonagura: Will United States have enough to beat Panama

There is one round of qualifiers to play, on Wednesday. The top three qualify automatically, Canada have already secured one of those slots, with the fourth-placed team — most likely Costa Rica — facing the winners of the Oceania region, Solomon Islands or New Zealand, to make 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

Still in contention:
Australia
United Arab Emirates

Australia and United Arab Emirates will meet in a one-match playoff in Qatar on June 7. The winners then advance to an intercontinental playoff against Peru, to be played a week later for a place at the World Cup.

Oceania

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.