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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

2018 World Cup: Who has qualified for the finals and who can get there?

With 23 teams having qualified, there remain nine places to be clinched on the Road to Russia 2018.

The qualifying process for the 2018 World Cup, which began on March 12, 2015, is reaching its climax. 

So far, 23 nations have booked their place to join host nation Russia in next year's tournament.

Qualified nations: Russia (hosts), Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Honduras, Iceland, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Korea, Spain, Uruguay.

Who can still qualify and how:

 By Paul Murphy

Thailand won't pay 'large sums' to keep national boss Milovan Rajevac

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down the keys to Buriram United's success atop the Thai Premier League table.
At a young age, Charyl Chappuis' passion for football was ignited. Delve into the story of how his love for the game has evolved.

Football Association of Thailand (FAT) president Somyot Poompunmuang insists he wants Milovan Rajevac to stay on as head coach after reports emerged that at least one club from China was interested in the Serbian.

But Somyot admitted that the FAT would be unable to compete financially with any Chinese Super League (CSL) sides, and a parting of the ways may be inevitable if the interest from China results in a firm offer.

Rajevac has become increasingly frustrated by the delay in being offered an...

 By AAP

Postecoglou 'would back Australia against anybody' ahead of playoff

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson assess Australia's keys to defeating Honduras and advancing to the 2018 World Cup.
The FC panel caution Australia not to underestimate a gritty Honduras side in the intercontinental playoff.
The Socceroos head coach will reportedly stand down prior to the World Cup, even if Australia qualifies.
Jason Dasey and David Mitchell assess what Australia must do differently in their upcoming World Cup playoff in November.

Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has played down the idea that Honduras hold all the cards ahead of their World Cup qualifying duel next month.

Postecoglou will lead his team to the Central American nation as part of a crunch home-and-away clash that will send one side to next year's tournament in Russia.

And there are certainly plenty of challenges confronting the Socceroos including hot and humid conditions.

The Socceroos have been asked to play in the afternoon -- not at night as might be expected...

 By John Duerden

Socceroos must overcome history to beat Honduras in World Cup playoff

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson assess Australia's keys to defeating Honduras and advancing to the 2018 World Cup.
Aaron Mooy breaks down how he hoped to impact their match versus Syria and delves into his partnership with Tom Rogic.

All of Asia should be getting behind Australia ahead of next month's intercontinental playoff between the Socceroos and Honduras. Should the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) team be victorious over the CONCAFAF opponents, the continent will have five participants in Russia next June.

While the two confederations have rarely met in World Cup playoffs, no-one can boast more experience than the Aussies, compared to the rest of Asia, in such cut-throat matches. As previous members of Oceania, they...

 By Paul Murphy

Thailand boss Milovan Rajevac fields interest from Chinese club

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down the keys to Buriram United's success atop the Thai Premier League table.
At a young age, Charyl Chappuis' passion for football was ignited. Delve into the story of how his love for the game has evolved.

Thailand head coach Milovan Rajevac could be set to leave his post after just six months in the job, with at least one club in China expressing an interest in his services.

The Serbian was appointed to the Thailand job in May of this year, following the surprise resignation of Kiatisuk "Zico" Senamuang. The former Ghana boss signed a one-year deal, with a view to extending it if all parties were happy with results.

ESPN FC understands that Rajevac and his team are keen to stay in Thailand, but they...