- England drawn alongside Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania and Malta in Group F
- Wales to face the Republic of Ireland, Austria, Serbia, Moldova and Georgia in Group D
- Northern Ireland handed tough Group C draw and will play Germany, Czech Republic, Norway, Azerbaijan and San Marino
- Copa America champions Chile to meet Brazil in first game of South American qualifying
That concludes our coverage of the 2018 World Cup qualifying draw. Keep your eyes peeled for reaction from the home nations across the weekend at IBTimes UK.
Wales have been paired with the Republic of Ireland in Group D along with Austria, Serbia, Moldova and Georgia.
Northern Ireland will have to best Germany and the Czech Republic if they are to automatically qualify from Group C. Norway, Azerbaijan and San Marino their other opponents.
Well, well, well. England have been drawn alongside Scotland. Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania and Malta the other teams in Group F.
European qualification groups
Republic of Ireland
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zenit striker Aleksandr Kerzhakov and former German international stalwart Oliver Bierhoff to draw the teams.
Russia are not included in this draw, of course, with World Cup hosts always guaranteed a place at the tournament.
A final call for this, which explains all you need to know about the structure of European qualifying.
Copa America winners Chile v Brazil is quite the opening fixture in South American qualifying.
After a brief jazz interlude, we will get down to the business of Europe's groups.
Conmebol qualifying positions
Colombia v Peru
Chile v Brazil
Argentina v Ecuador
Bolivia v Uruguay
Venezuela v Paraguay
Argentina confirmed in fourth position and Brazil fifth so no single team has to play them twice in a week. Now for the rest of the zone.
Attentions now turn to South American Conmebol qualifying. There are no individual groups here, with all 10 teams facing each other home and away.
Diego Forlan and two-time World Cup winner Ronaldo the next guests to assist with the draw.
Papa New Guinea
American Samoa or the Cook Islands or Samoa or Tonga
American Samoa, the Cook Islands, Samoa and Tonga will face each other in a round-robin format in September, with the winner joining Tahiti, New Caledonia and Papa New Guinea in Group A.
Former Russian captain Alexey Smertin, who played for Chelsea, Charlton Athletic, Portsmouth and Fulham before retiring in 2008, is to help with the Oceania draw. Red Star Belgrade goalkeeper Predrag Rajković alongside him.
That concludes the Concacaf section of the draw.
A reminder that Mexico face Jamaica in the final of the 2015 Gold Cup at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia tomorrow evening (26 July).
Oceania up next, with all 11 member associations set to compete over three rounds.
Round four groups
Curacao or El Salvador
Canada or Belize
Grenada or Haiti
Jamaica or Nicaragua
Trinidad and Tobago
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines or Aruba
Antigua and Barbuda or Guatemala
Curacao v El Salvador
Canada v Belize
Grenada v Haiti
Jamaica v Nicaragua
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines v Aruba
Antigua and Barbuda v Guatemala
The six winners from these ties will move into round four.
Italy's 2006 World Cup winning captain Fabio Cannavaro arrives on stage to take part in the draw for North, Central America and the Caribbean.
Concacaf draw is up next, with a brief mention of Asian qualifying which began back in March.
Zimbabwe, you may notice, were absent from that draw. This is because they were expelled from qualifying by Fifa in March following a payment dispute with former coach José Claudinei Georgini.
Cameroon, Tunisia, Guinea, Congo, Egypt, Ghana, Nigeria, Mali, Congo DR, the Ivory Coast, Senegal, the Cape Verde Islands and Algeria await the winners of those first 13 ties.
Confirmed second round fixtures
Sudan v Zambia
Libya v Rwanda
Morocco v Equatorial Guinea
Mozambique v Gabon
Benin v Burkina Faso
Togo v Uganda
Angola v South Africa
Somalia v Niger
South Sudan v Mauritania
Gambia v Namibia
Sao Tome and Principe v Ethiopia
Chad v Sierra Leone
Comoros v Lesotho
Djibouti v Swaziland
Eritrea v Botswana
Seychelles v Burundi
Liberia v Guinea-Bissau
Central African Republic v Madagascar
Mauritius v Kenya
Tanzania v Malawi
Former Barcelona and Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o drawing rounds one and two of African qualification alongside former Russian international Rinat Dasayev.
African qualification groups being drawn first...
Natalia Vodianova and Dmitry Shepelev are hosting the draw, which is set to begin any second now and will feature footballing luminaries including the likes of former World Cup winners Ronaldo and Fabio Cannavaro.
Zenit St Petersburg striker Hulk will not be involved, however, having been withdrawn from proceedings yesterday by manager Andre Villas-Boas for sporting reasons with the defending Russian Premier League champions set to face FC Ural in Yekaterinburg tomorrow.
The Brazilian had spoken out about the problems of racism in Russian football last week in the aftermath of the alleged racial abuse suffered by FC Ufa midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong.
We are not expecting the European qualifying groups to be drawn for a little while yet.
Outgoing Fifa president Sepp Blatter and Vladimir Putin on stage now.