ALL eyes will be fixed on Zurich in a week’s time as Wales discover who they will face in the World Cup play offs in March next year.
A well-earned point against the best ranked team in the world, Belgium, on Tuesday night, Wales secured a second place finish in their group and, more importantly – a home tie in the one-legged semi-final play off, which will take place in March.
Being seeded means that Wales will avoid Portugal, Scotland, Italy, Russia and Sweden in the semi-finals and will face either Turkey, Poland, North Macedonia, Ukraine, Austria or the Czech Republic in Cardiff on 24 and 25 March.
The 12 teams will be drawn into three groups of four, meaning Wales would then face a seeded team in the play-off final if they win the semi.
The finals will take place on 28 and 29 March.
The draw will take place in Zurich at 4pm on Friday, 26 November.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and will take place between 21 November and 18 December 2022, with the draw for the finals being held in April.
More than 32,000 fans packed into the Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday night to cheer Wales to a 1-1 draw with Belgium, securing the second place finish.
Kieffer Moore grabbed a first half equaliser after Kevin De Bruyne put Belgium in front with a beautiful right foot finish in the 11th minute.