Wales' Gareth Bale celebrates their 1-0 win against Belgium in the European Championship qualifying soccer match at Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, Friday June 12, 2015. (David Davies/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE
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England and Wales will take their place among the top nine European seeds for Saturday's World Cup qualifying draw in Saint Petersburg Saturday.Along with hosts Russia, 13 other European nations will qualify for the World Cup with the nine group winners from Saturday's draw being joined by the winners of four playoffs between the eight best second-placed teams.Scotland and Northern Ireland will be in the third of the six pots, whilst the Republic of Ireland are in pot four.
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