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The pots for the 2022 World Cup finals draw on Friday are set.

This came after Mexico and the United States booked the last two automatic places on Wednesday.

The US qualified despite a 2-0 defeat to Costa Rica, while Mexico defeated El Salvador 2-0.

Both countries will be in Pot 2.

Canada missed out on a place in Pot 3 after losing 1-0 to Panama and will instead be in Pot 4.

Pot 1:
Qatar
Brazil
Belgium
France
Argentina
England
Spain
Portugal

Pot 2:
Mexico
Netherlands
Denmark
Germany
Uruguay
Switzerland
United States
Croatia

Pot 3:
Senegal
IR Iran
Japan
Morocco
Serbia
Poland
South Korea
Tunisia

Pot 4:
Cameroon
Canada
Ecuador
Saudi Arabia
Ghana
Wales or Scotland / Ukraine
Costa Rica or New Zealand
Peru or Australia / United Arab Emirates

One team from the four pots will be in each group. Five of the eight groups will have a maximum of two European teams, as 13 qualify.

The tournament will be played between Nov. 21 and Dec. 18 in Qatar.

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