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    2018 World Cup

    2018 World Cup
    Wales drawn in Group D, alongside Austria, Serbia, Republic of Ireland, Moldova and Georgia.




    Wales fixtures:

    Monday, 5 September 2016
    Wales v Moldova
    Kick off: 7.45pm

    Thursday, 6 October 2016
    Austria v Wales
    Kick off: 7.45pm

    Sunday, 9 October 2016
    Wales v Georgia
    Kick off: 5.00pm

    Saturday, 12 November 2016
    Wales v Serbia
    Kick off: 7.45pm

    Friday, 24 March 2017
    Republic of Ireland v Wales
    Kick off: 7.45pm

    Sunday, 11 June 2017
    Serbia v Wales
    Kick off: 7.45pm

    Saturday, 2 September 2017
    Wales v Austria
    Kick off: 7.45pm

    Tuesday, 5 September 2017
    Moldova v Wales
    Kick off: 7.45pm

    Friday, 6 October 2017
    Georgia v Wales
    Kick off: 5.00pm

    Monday, 9 October 2017
    Wales v Republic of Ireland
    Kick off: 7.45pm


    Matchday dates:
    Matchday 1: 4–6 September 2016
    Matchday 2: 6–8 October 2016
    Matchday 3: 9–11 October 2016
    Matchday 4: 11–13 November 2016
    Matchday 5: 24–26 March 2017
    Matchday 6: 9–11 June 2017
    Matchday 7: 31 August–2 September 2017
    Matchday 8: 3–5 September 2017
    Matchday 9: 5–7 October 2017
    Matchday 10: 8–10 October 2017




    52 of Europe's 53 teams will be involved in the Preliminary Draw, with the only exception being Russia who qualify automatically as hosts. They will be put into seven groups of six teams and two groups of five teams according to the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking of July 2015, with each team playing each other home and away between 4 September 2016 and 10 October 2017. It should also be noted that UEFA have requested that England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands must be drawn into a group containing six teams. The nine group winners will qualify for Russia 2018, while the eight best group-runners up will take part in a play-off in November 2017.

    [source fifa.com]



    Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3

    Germany (2)
    Belgium(3)
    Netherlands (5)
    Portugal (7)
    Romania (8)
    England (9)
    Wales (10)
    Spain (12)
    Croata (14)

    Slovakia (15)
    Austria (15)
    Italy(17)
      Switzerland (18)
    Czech Republic (20)
    France (22)
    Iceland (23)
    Denmark (24)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina (26)

    Ukraine(27)
    Scotland (29)
    Poland (30)
    Hungary(31)
    Sweden (33)
      Albania(36)
    Northern Ireland (37)
    Serbia (43)
    Greece (44)

    Pot 4 Pot 5 Pot 6

    Turkey (48)
    Slovenia(49)
    Israel (51)
    Republic of Ireland (52)
      Norway (67)
    Bulgaria (68)
    Faroe Islands (74)
    Montenegro (81)
    Estonia (82)

    Cyprus (85)
    Latvia (87)
    Armenia (89)
    Finland (90)
    Belarus (100)
    Macedonia (105)
    Azerbaijan (108)
    Lithuania(110)
    Moldova(124)

    Kazakhstan (142)
    Luxembourg (146)
    Liechtenstein (147)
    Georgia (153)
    Malta (158)
    San Marino (192)
    Andorra (202)



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