The EURO 2016 qualifying campaign has had its fair share of surprises. In Group A, the Netherlands need a win tonight against Kazakhstan to stand any chance of reaching next year's finals.
The Netherlands, finalists in 2010, will not be at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, despite a 2-0 win over Sweden on the night. France booked a ticket, while European champions Portugal scraped in at Switzerland's expense.
Not all of the spots for the 2018 World Cup draw have been filled, but with the playoff draw having been held, the final 32 is a step closer to being complete. The draw has delivered some exciting matchups.
Spain became the eleventh team to qualify for Russia 2018 after their convincing 3-0 win over Albania and Italy's disappointing home draw against Macedonia. Elsewhere, Euro 2016 surprise package Iceland are looking good.
Several countries have already qualified for Russia 2018, with Germany all-but assured of joining them. But which other teams are looking at hotels in Russia, and who will be watching at home on TV? Check out our guide.
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