The second Intercontinental Playoff following Friday’s draw at FIFA’s headquarters in Zurich will see CONCACAF squaring off against Oceania to earn a place in Qatar 2022.
The two Intercontinental Playoffs will be single-leg ties and will take place on June 13 and 14, 2022.
Four of the continent’s representatives will earn automatic slots to the Finals, with the top two teams from Groups A and B of the AFC Asian Qualifiers – Road to Qatar to advance.
The two third-placed sides will square off in an Asian Playoff, with the winners to advance to the Intercontinental Playoff.
Australia defeated Syria in the Asian Playoff for Russia 2018, before going on to beat Honduras to book its place in the Finals, which meant Asia was represented by a historic five teams.
Iran and Saudi Arabia lead their Groups in the AFC World Cup qualification.