England will be in Group G at next summer's World Cup.
Gareth Southgate's side will take on Belgium, Panama and Tunisia as they look to progress to the knockout stages.
Belgium will likely prove the toughest test but England will be confident of seeing off Tunisia and debutants Panama.
Can they avoid a repeat of 2014 and get out of the group?
Here is what England will be facing in Russia next summer.
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Manager: Roberto Martinez
Star man: Eden Hazard
Record vs England: Played 21- won 1, drew 5, lost 15
Tournament odds: 12/1
How they qualified: Unbeaten in qualifying, Belgium's hugely talented squad will be hoping to build on their quarter-final appearance four years ago having reached the same stage at Euro 2016.
Manager: Nabil Maaloul
Star man: Wahbi Khazri
Record vs England: Played 2, lost 1, drew 1
Tournament odds: 500/1
How they qualified: After appearing at three consecutive finals without winning a single group game, Tunisia missed the last two editions. Unbeaten in qualifying, they defeated DR Congo to Russia by a point, with a last-round draw against Libya proving enough for a squad compromised largely of Tunisia-based players.
Manager: Hernan Dario Gomez
Star man: Gabriel Torres
Record vs England: Never played
Tournament odds: 1000/1
How they qualified: Panama have been edging closer to reaching the World Cup finals for the first time in recent tournaments and crossed the line this time thanks to a last-gasp 2-1 victory over Costa Rica in their final qualifier.