Former world champions France have been drawn against Ukraine in the European play-offs for the 2014 World Cup.
Portugal face Sweden, which means either Cristiano Ronaldo or Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not take part in next summer’s tournament in Brazil.
Iceland, the lowest-ranked team in the play-offs, must beat Croatia to reach their first finals, while Greece meet Romania.
The two-legged ties will be played on 15 November and 19 November.
The eight nations all finished second in the qualifying groups, with 1998 World Cup winners France runners-up to current holders Spain in Group I.
Ukraine were beaten to automatic qualification by Group H rivals England.
Portugal, Greece, Croatia and Ukraine were the four seeded teams in the draw which took place on Monday.
The four teams that qualify will complete a total of 13 European nations at the tournament in Brazil.
Europe’s eight play-off hopefuls
Portugal v Sweden
France v Ukraine
Greece v Romania
Iceland v Croatia
Ties to be played on 15 and 19 November.
Source: BBC Sport