The European Qualifiers' group stage concludes on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, with six FIFA World Cup berths up for grabs.
The group winners will all qualify, and the ten group runners-up, as well as the two highest-ranked UEFA Nations League group winners who finish outside the top two, will compete in the play-offs.
Sunday 14 November
- Group A: Luxembourg vs Republic of Ireland, Portugal vs Serbia
- Group B: Greece vs Kosovo, Spain vs Sweden
- Group H: Croatia vs Russia, Malta vs Slovakia, Slovenia vs Cyprus
- Group J: Armenia vs Germany, Liechtenstein vs Romania, North Macedonia vs Iceland
Monday 15 November
- Group C: Northern Ireland vs Italy, Switzerland vs Bulgaria
- Group F: Austria vs Moldova, Israel vs Faroe Islands, Scotland vs Denmark
- Group I: Albania vs Andorra, Poland vs Hungary, San Marino vs England
Tuesday 16 November
- Group D: Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Ukraine, Finland vs France
- Group E: Czech Republic vs Estonia, Wales vs Belgium
- Group G: Gibraltar vs Latvia, Montenegro vs Turkey, Netherlands vs Norway
Who has qualified for the 2022 World Cup?
If teams are level on points it goes to...
1. Goal difference in all group matches
2. Goals scored in all group matches
3. Head-to-head records
4. Head-to-head goal difference
5. Head-to-head goals scored
6. Head-to-head away goals scored
7. Fair pay points
8. Drawing of lots