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Commentary Dec 06, 2018

PREDICTIONS: 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Draw and Seeding

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With the seeding (Friday) and draw (Saturday) for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup quickly approaching, SoccerWire.com predicts the six groups for the event.

Each of the groups pots will be headlined by the top five seeds and host France. The expected five nations to receive No. 1 seeds along with France include Australia, Canada, Germany, England and the United States.

The World Cup draw can be seen on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 12 p.m. ET on FOX Sports 2, Telemundo, Universo and the FOX Sports App.

+READ: Five Things to Know About the World Cup Draw

*UPDATE: The 4 Pots for the World Cup were announced on Friday, Dec. 7. See below for the results:

Pot 1: France, United States, Germany, England, Canada, Australia

Pot 2: Netherlands, Japan, Sweden, Brazil, Spain, Norway

Pot 3: South Korea, China, Italy, New Zealand, Scotland, Thailand

Pot 4: Argentina, Chile, Nigeria, Cameroon, South Africa, Jamaica

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See below for predictions for each of the six groups, followed by a full listing of the 24 teams that have qualified for the World Cup.

GROUP A
France
Sweden
Thailand
Chile

GROUP B
Australia
Norway
Italy
Nigeria

GROUP C
USA
Netherlands
China
South Africa

GROUP D
England
Japan
New Zealand
Argentina

GROUP E
Germany
Brazil
Scotland
Jamaica

GROUP F
Canada
Spain
Korea
Cameroon

What do you think about our predictions? Check out the full rules yourself and try FIFA’s Women’s World Cup Draw Simulator for yourself. Be sure to follow us on Twitter to track the real draw on Saturday @TheSoccerWire.

Field of Qualified Nations

Asian Football Confederation (5 teams)
Australia
China
Japan
South Korea
Thailand

Confederation of African Football (3 teams)
Cameroon
Nigeria
South Africa

CONCACAF (3 teams)
Canada
Jamaica
United States

CONMEBOL (3 teams)
Argentina
Brazil
Chile

Oceania Football Confederation (1 team)
New Zealand

UEFA (9 teams)
England
France (hosts)
Germany
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Scotland
Spain
Sweden