In this file photo raindrops flow down on a logo in front of FIFA's headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland June 8, 2016. (REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann)
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FIFA held a last-minute meeting Wednesday with the two candidates bidding to host the 2026 World Cup ahead of the publication of a report which could disqualify a bid rated not up to scratch.A joint United States, Canada and Mexico bid is being challenged by underdogs Morocco for the right to stage the 48-team tournament with the hosts to be decided by the FIFA Congress in Moscow on June 13 .A five-man FIFA task force has inspected both bids and its key evaluation report is expected to be published any time from Friday onwards.World soccer's governing body FIFA and the North American bid did not comment on the meeting.
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