Somewhere in the not so distant future, I'll start doing simulations for the remaining matches.
For the Northern Ireland - Russia qualifier I've used 11 June as the new date, but when FIFA announce the official date I'll use that instead.
Based on these generated results, African group I and the play-off spots in CONCACAF and CONMEBOL would be decided on goal difference.
Here's the breakdown by confederation:
Korea Republic and Japan as group winners, Uzbekistan and Australia as runners-up. Iran would defeat Jordan in the play-off and advance to meet Chile or Venezuela.
Group winners: South Africa (A), Tunisia (B), Côte d'Ivoire (C), Ghana (D), Congo (E), Nigeria (F), Egypt (G), Mali (H), Cameroon/Libya (I), Senegal (J).
The draw mechanics for the next round are not known yet. However, if FIFA choose the September ranking to seed the group winners, this is how it would look:
Pot A: Côte d'Ivoire (15), Ghana (24), Mali (28), Nigeria (34), Tunisia (36)
Pot B: South Africa (48), Cameroon (54) / Libya (55), Egypt (56), Senegal (62), Congo (94)
Direct qualification: Mexico, USA. It will be between Costa Rica and Honduras for the play-off spot vs. New Zealand.
Direct qualification: Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador. The CONMEBOL representative for the intercontinental playoff vs. Iran would be decided between Chile and Venezuela on goal difference.
New Zealand to meet Costa Rica or Honduras in the play-offs.
Direct qualification: Croatia, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Russia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, England, Spain.
This is how it looks for the UEFA play-off (if the seeding is done using the October FIFA ranking):
Pot A: Portugal (8), Belgium (13), Greece (18), France (20)
Pot B: Romania (21), Sweden (22), Denmark (25), Ukraine (27)
Norway out as worst runners-up.
This is the top 30 of the October 2013 ranking based those generated results:
The seeded teams for the final draw would be: Brazil, Spain, Croatia, Argentina, Germany, Colombia, Netherlands and Mexico.