The draw for the 2022 Qatar World Cup has taken place in Doha.
Read on to find out who our Gunners could face in the tournament, if selected for their nations:
England - the likes of Bukayo Saka, Ben White, Aaron Ramsdale, Emile Smith Rowe are expected to be named in Gareth Southgate's Three Lions squad for matches against USA, Iran and Scotland/Ukraine/Wales.
Belgium - Sambi Lokonga could play at his first World Cup for the Red Devils under Roberto Martinez as they face Croatia, Morocco and Canada.
Germany - our goalkeeper Bernd Leno could feature for Germany in their World Cup campaign against Spain, Japan and Costa Rica/New Zealand.
France - Alexandre Lacazette, William Saliba and Matteo Guendouzi could be among the players in Didier Deschamps' squad for group matches against Denmark, Tunisia and Peru/Australia/UAE.
Switzerland - Granit Xhaka is set to captain his nation in Qatar at his third World Cup against Brazil, Serbia and Cameron.
Scotland - Kieran Tierney could play at his first World Cup if Steve Clarke's side progress through their qualifier and face England, Iran and USA.
Brazil - Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel could both feature for the five-time winners Selecao in their group clashes with Switzerland, Cameron and Serbia.
Ghana - Thomas Partey is expected play a starring role for the Black Stars against Portugal, Uruguay and Korea Republic.
Spain - our defensive duo Hector Bellerin and Pablo Mari could both receive call-ups to Luis Enrique's squad and face Germany, Japan and Costa Rica/New Zealand
Uruguay - our tenacious midfielder Lucas Torreira is set to play at his second World Cup and face Portugal, Ghana and Korea Republic.
Portugal - Cedric could add to his 34 senior caps for Fernando Santos' side in Qatar, while Nuno Tavaras could also be called up to face Ghana, Korea Republic and Uruguay.
Japan - Takehiro Tomiyasu is expected to feature in his first World Cup this winter in group games against Spain, Germany and Costa Rica/New Zealand.
See the full 2022 World Cup draw below:
Costa Rica/New Zealand
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