Assuming FIFA will again use the October 2017 ranking to determine the seeds, the 0.2 time frame (games played between 36 and 48 months ago relative to the release date) closed a couple of days ago.
It's not looking good for some of the big teams, but there's plenty of time to climb in the rankings.
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See the previous update.
Belgium replace Uruguay in the list of seeds.
This is the top 30 (just to include England and Spain) of the intermediate October 2017 ranking:
Teams are sorted using the unrounded totals.
Right now, the seeds for the 2018 World Cup would be: Russia, Germany, Argentina, Netherlands, Colombia, France, Belgium and Brazil.