As the penultimate round of World Cup qualification for Qatar 2022 begins, European teams are nearing the finish line.
The games will take place between October 8 and 12, with the final qualifiers taking place in mid-November.
Italy, Belgium, France, and Spain, on the other hand, will not be competing in qualifying because they competed in the postponed Nations League finals in Italy earlier this week.
Fifty-five member organizations hope to advance from their qualifying groups, with some coming closer than others.
In the most recent round of matchups, England’s 100 percent record was broken, but Denmark’s has been preserved after six games, and Armenia has been one of the surprise surprises so far, sitting second in Group J behind Germany.
What are the statuses of the other home nations? And who else appears to be on the verge of qualifying? The status of play in each of the ten groups is examined by BBC Sport.
Source: BBC Sport