From 2019 to 2020, a few things will have to happen for the UK to achieve a “top-four” finish in the FIFA World Cup rankings.
In 2018, the country finished fourth, but failed to qualify for the World Cup in Russia, so the 2019 edition will be the last for a while.
“The top-four finish will have come with the loss of a major tournament and the need to rebuild the squad,” the FIFA president Gianni Infantino said.
“We will have a chance to do that in 2020, and the task will be made even more difficult by the lack of international football.”
There are also some key qualifiers in the world of football.
The 2019 World Cup hosts Brazil, Uruguay and the United States, and a win for a team that has just beaten Mexico in a friendly will be a big boost to the country.
For Brazil, the World Championship is the most important tournament in its history and the team that wins it will also get a spot in the 2019 Confederations Cup, a major European tournament.
But Brazil will be facing stiff competition for its place in the final and, even if it makes the final, the top four will still be an uphill climb.
Another big qualifier is Russia, where the 2018 World Cup host Russia 2018 hosts France in the second round of the tournament.
If Russia gets a good result, it will qualify for next summer’s World Cup and the 2019 World Championship, but it will be an extremely difficult feat to repeat in Russia.
And the final will be played in China, where there is no World Cup at all in 2019, meaning that the only thing left for Russia to do is qualify for another major tournament.
“If the World Cups are to be staged in China and Russia, then the best way is to play both in 2020,” Infantinos said.
“This is a huge problem for Russia, as it would be the only major tournament in 2019 and 2020.”
China is a big tournament for the Chinese team.
They play the World Championships in the Chinese city of Shenzhen in 2020 and then have a World Cup final in Shanghai in 2022.
“They have a lot of potential, but if they do not make the finals, then they would miss out on a lot.”
It will be interesting to see if Russia and Brazil can work out a way to make the 2019 and 2022 World Cups.
Both countries are expected to qualify at least in the top three, but both could face the problem of finishing in the same place.
Brazil and Russia have already started preparing for the 2019 tournament, which is set to be played on 19 March, 2020.
There is also a World Championship to be held in 2019 in Japan, and an extra World Cup qualifier in 2020 in the United Arab Emirates.
However, the tournament will not be held until 2019, as the 2020 World Cup will be held a year later.
So what will happen in the next couple of years?
If Russia and England qualify for Russia 2018, they will be joined by Brazil, which will face an extra qualification round, the FIFA Confederations Trophy.
It could take a while for the teams to work out how to beat the other two, but they are unlikely to finish lower than fourth or fifth in the rankings.
If the World Champions qualify for 2019, then England and Russia will face a tough task to find a way through.
Meanwhile, the new season for England and the other top four countries in the table, Germany, will start in January 2020.
There is no reason why they cannot reach the semi-finals of the 2019 or 2020 World Cups, and they will have an extra month to prepare for the finals.
As for Brazil, it is likely to qualify in the semi or finals, but will need to win the World Trophy in France, which the country has not won since 1954.
This is because the last time Brazil qualified in France was in 2008, when it beat the hosts Italy 3-2.
With the World T20 set to take place in China in 2019 or a World Championships, the next World Cup could also be held at home.
What happens if England and Australia finish above Brazil in the World Rankings?
England, which finished fifth in 2018, is one of the favourites to make it to the semi finals of the 2020 tournament.
Australia, which has finished third, is also expected to get in at least the quarterfinals, but is unlikely to be in the competition.
Australia has won five World Cups and a pair of World Cups in a row, but the two last time were in 2014 and 2015, and that was before the Socceroos won the 2015 World Cup.
At the other end of the scale, England is the defending champions, and has been to the quarter finals in every World Cup since 2006.
After two World Cups where it did not qualify for a World Trophy, England and Brazil have now reached the semi semifinals in all four World Cups since