The final two places at this year’s World Cup will be decided in Qatar in June with global football governing body FIFA confirming the venue and match order on Wednesday.
Doha’s Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium will host the decisive games on June 13 and June 14.
Australia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) meet in Doha on June 7, with the winner of that match taking on Peru for a finals place on June 13.
The winning side will go into Group D alongside holders France, plus Denmark and Tunisia.
On June 14, Costa Rica will take on New Zealand for the final place at the tournament.
The winners will go into Group E alongside Spain, Germany and Japan.