Now that the draw has been made in Moscow, who do you think will progress out of the groups at the 2018 FIFA World Cup?
Australia is in Group C and have been handed a pretty good draw with France, Denmark and Peru.
England and Belgium meet in Group G, while reigning world champions Germany in Group F have Italy's nemesis Sweden to contend with.
And Group D with Argentina and Euro 2016 heroes Iceland should be intriguing, while Brazil are in Group E with Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia.
Overall, it looks an even draw across the eight groups of four.
Note, the top two sides in each group progress.
So, click the link here to VOTE NOW for who you think will make it through the group stage into the Round of 16 at Russia 2018.
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