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All the MLS players with a shot at playing at the 2018 World Cup

After three years of qualifiers, the field for the 2018 World Cup is finally set.

Peru became the 32nd and final team to qualify for Russia on Wednesday night, beating New Zealand in Lima to win their intercontinental World Cup qualifying playoff series.

They completed a field that includes 14 teams from Europe, five each from South America, Africa and Asia and three from North and Central America and the Caribbean. While the US won’t be competing, plenty of MLS players will find themselves in Russia next summer.

The World Cup draw is scheduled for Friday, December 1 in Moscow. The draw will be televised on FS1 in the United States with coverage starting at 9:30 am ET, and on TSN in Canada beginning at 9:50 am ET.

Here’s a breakdown of every current MLSer with a shot at making their country’s final 23-man roster for the 2018 World Cup:

Belgium

Firmly in the mix:

Costa Rica

Firmly in the mix:

Egypt

Could work their way in:

Mexico

Firmly in the mix:

Nigeria

Could work their way in:

Panama

Firmly in the mix:

Peru

Firmly in the mix:

Could work their way in:

Spain

Could work their way in:

Senegal

Firmly in the mix:

Sweden

Firmly in the mix:

Switzerland

Firmly in the mix:

Uruguay

Firmly in the mix: