FIFA will unveil its 2017/18 FIFA World Cup schedule on Wednesday and the new fixture list has been confirmed.
The schedule will see four group stages, the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final played over four days, with a semi-final between the winners of the Group B and the runners-up on the last day.
The group stages have been confirmed as:Group A: Group B (1-5)A: Group C (6-9)B: Group D (10-16)C: Group E (17-32)D: Group F (33-44)Group C, which will feature Brazil, Germany and Argentina, has been drawn.
The semi-finals will be played on Thursday, followed by the final on Friday, which has been decided by a draw.
There will also be a single-elimination knockout phase, which is played on Saturday and Sunday, with the winner of the first leg taking on the winner in the final.
The format will be double elimination, with each of the four group stage games to be played in a best-of-three format.
The first leg of the knockout phase will be drawn on Sunday, followed shortly after by the second leg.
The final of the quarter final will be on Saturday.
There are four group winners and two group runners-ups, with Australia, Spain, France and Germany taking on England, Switzerland and the Netherlands.
The tournament is scheduled to be held in 2018.