The 2022 World Cup will kick off this November in Qatar and as things stand nearly half the tournament field is set.
While confederations like UEFA have already largely decided which nations will be present at the competition, there are still plenty of spots available for the World Cup.
Defending champions France are currently joined by nine other European nations, while three more will earn their places in March when UEFA's playoffs commence.
Teams like Italy, Portugal and Sweden are all among the top sides vying for a place in Qatar. For Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo is looking to avoid missing the World Cup for the first time in his career.
Meanwhile, the Azzurri missed the 2018 World Cup in Russia and the Euro 2020 champions won't want to miss their second straight tournament.
Top sides from South America, Argentina and Brazil, have secured their World Cup places after going unbeaten up until this point in CONMEBOL qualifying.
ONE37pm will update the power rankings as more teams book their places in the World Cup.