A record four Arab teams will take part in the FIFA World Cup in Russia. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia face tough tests ahead to qualify for the knock-out stages.
The opening match will see the hosts Russia take on Saudi Arabia on June 14. Saudi Arabia will also have to face another Arab team, Egypt, who have been drawn in the same group, and Luis Suarez's Uruguay.
Morocco will face the 2010 World Cup winners, Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal and Iran.
Tunisia face a star-studded Belgium team, Panama and England.
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