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How things stand in the World Cup qualifiers after the international break.

WORLD CUP Qualifiers

Qatar remains the only qualified nation but a few teams are edging closer to joining them.

 

UEFA Qualifiers (Europe)
Teams (matches played) – points.
The winners clinch qualification while the six best performing second-place finishers go into the playoff round for the final three spots.

Eliminated
San Marino
Azerbaijan

Can not directly qualify from the group.
Republic of Ireland
Georgia
Lithuania
Belarus
Estonia
Faroe Islands
Moldova
Gibraltar
Liechtenstein
Andorra

 

GROUP A
1. Portugal (5) – 13 points
2. Serbia (5) – 11 points
3. Luxembourg (4) – 6 points
4. Republic of Ireland (5) – 2 points
5. Azerbaijan (5) – 1 point

GROUP B
1. Spain (6) – 13 points
2. Sweden (4) – 9 points
3. Greece (4) – 6 points
4. Kosovo (5) – 4 points
5. Georgia (5) – 1 point

GROUP C
1. Italy (6) – 14 points
2. Switzerland (4) – 8 points
3. Northern Ireland (4) – 5 points
4. Bulgaria (5) – 5 points
5. Lithuania (5) – 0 points

GROUP D
1. France (6) – 12 points
2. Ukraine (5) – 5 points
3. Finland (4) – 5 points
4. Bosnia and Herzegovina (4) – 3 points
5. Kazakhstan (5) – 3 points

GROUP E
1. Belgium (6) – 16 points
2. Czech Republic (5) – 7 points
3. Wales (4) – 7 points
4. Belarus (5) – 3 points
5. Estonia (4) – 1 point

GROUP F
1. Denmark (6) – 18 points
2. Scotland (6) – 11 points
3. Israel (6) – 10 points
4. Austria (6) – 7 points
5. Faroe Islands (6) – 4 points
6. Moldova (6) – 1 point

GROUP G
1. Netherlands (6) – 13 points
2. Norway (6) – 13 points
3. Turkey (6) – 11 points
4. Montenegro (6) – 8 points
5. Latvia (6) – 5 points
6. Gibraltar (6) – 0 points

GROUP H
1. Croatia (6) – 13 points
2. Russia (6) – 13 points
3. Slovakia (6) – 9 points
4. Slovenia (6) – 7 points
5. Malta (6) – 4 points
6. Cyprus (6) – 4 points

GROUP I
1. England (6) – 16 points
2. Albania (6) – 12 points
3. Poland (6) – 11 points
4. Hungary (6) – 10 points
5. Andorra (6) – 3 points
6. San Marino (6) – 0 points

GROUP J
1. Germany (6) – 15 points
2. Armenia (6) – 11 points
3. Romania (6) – 10 points
4. North Macedonia (6) – 9 points
5. Iceland (6) – 4 points
6. Liechtenstein (6) – 1 point

 

CONCACAF (North America)

CONCACAF WCQ after 3 rounds played of the final stage of qualifiers.
Mexico are in the lead with Canada, USA, and Panama trailing two points behind.
Three teams can directly qualify from this group; with the fourth-place finish getting another chance through the play-offs.

1. Mexico – 7 points
2. Canada – 5 points
3. United States – 5 points
4. Panama – 5 points
5. Costa Rica – 2 points
6. Honduras – 2 points
7. El Salvador – 2 points
8. Jamaica – 1 points

 

CAF Qualifiers (Africa)

Two matches were played in the groups (except for Morocco and Guinea).
The 10 winners will go to the next round to play for a spot in World Cup.

Group A
1. Algeria – 4 points
2. Burkina Faso – 4 points
3. Niger – 3 points
4. Djibouti – 0 points

Group B
1. Tunisia – 6 points
2. Zambia – 3 points
3. Equatorial Guinea – 3 points
4. Mauritania – 0 points

Group C
1. Nigeria – 6 points
2. Liberia – 3 points
3. Cape Verde – 1 point
4. Central African Republic – 1 point

Group D
1. Ivory Coast – 4 points
2. Cameroon – 3 points
3. Malawi – 3 points
4. Mozambique – 1 points

Group E
1. Mali – 4 points
2. Kenya – 2 points
3. Uganda – 2 points
4. Rwanda – 1 point

Group F
1. Libya – 6 points
2. Egypt – 4 points
3. Gabon – 1 points
4. Angola – 0 points

Group G
1. South Africa – 4 points
2. Ghana – 3 points
3. Ethiopia – 3 points
4. Zimbabwe – 1 point

Group H
1. Senegal – 6 points
2. Namibia – 4 points
3. Congo – 1 points
4. Togo – 0 points

Group I
1. Guinea-Bissau – 4 points
2. Morocco* – 3 points
3. Guinea* – 1 point
4. Sudan – 0 points

Group J
1. Tanzania – 4 points
2. Benin – 4 points
3. DR Congo – 2 points
4. Madagascar – 0 points

 

 

AFC Qualifiers (ASIA)
The top two teams from each group get a place at the 2022 World Cup, while the third-place finishers go into the playoff rounds.

This is the standings after 2 rounds.

Group A
1. Iran – 6 points
2. South Korea – 4 points
3. United Arab Emirates – 2 points
4. Syria – 1 point
5. Lebanon – 1 point
6. Iraq – 1 point

Group B
1. Australia – 6 points
2. Saudi Arabia – 6 points
3. Oman – 3 points
4. Japan – 3 points
5. Vietnam – 0 points
6. China PR – 0 points

 

 

CONMEBOL (South America)

‘Brazil vs Argentina’ failed when Brazilian health authorities walked on the pitch to stop the continuation of the match.
We will have to wait to see how that will end up.

Despite both having a game in hand, Brazil and Argentina are the top two and the only teams to have not been beaten.

1. Brazil – 24 points
2. Argentina – 64 points
3. Uruguay – 104 points
4. Ecuador – 114 points
5. Colombia – 164 points
6. Paraguay – 114 points
7. Peru – 174 points
8. Chile – 124 points
9. Bolivia – 224 points
10. Venezuela – 154 points

 

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