Watch the Ashes live or catch up with Sky Go
Predict 6 correct scores to win the £250k jackpot ...
Download the Sky Sports Ashes podcast to get closer to the Adelaide action!
Download our podcast as Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold talk about the big NFL issues.
Ahead of the draw, Sky Sports looks at all of the 32 teams who have qualified for the 2014 World Cup.
Relive ten memorable incidents from the season just gone and vote for your favourite in our poll.
Ahead of the ceremony, we profile the contenders and focus on athlete Christine Ohuruogu.
|team 1||score||team 2|
|Belgium||2 - 3||Japan|
Japan manager Takeshi Okada has claimed a united squad was the secret to their qualification.
The Blue Samurai sealed their progression into the World Cup last 16 following an impressive 3-1 victory over Denmark in Rustenburg.
Japan now take on Paraguay in the second round and go into the game high on confidence after a good showing.
Okada believes his squad have an excellent spirit, which was why they overcame the Danes in the Royal Bafokeng Stadium.
"Our team has a strength that others don't have," he said.
"We are truly united. We wanted to demonstrate that football is a team sport."
Okada added that he did not want to play for the draw, even though a point could have been enough to advance, and he is now relishing the Paraguay test.
"We knew we could have made it with a draw but we did not want to be passive," he remarked.
"Denmark put us under some pressure at the start and we had some risky situations, so we changed the formation and we were able to score the two free-kicks that put us in the driving seat.
"We will enjoy this but we have not achieved our final end.
"We have to go for more, starting with what will be a first game in the knockout stages, against Paraguay.
"The players will have a break tonight and tomorrow we start working again."
Bryan Swanson, Chief News Reporter for Sky Sports News, reflects on the FIFA press conference ahead of Friday's World Cup draw in Costa do Sauipe, Brazil.
It will be dramatic and it will be tense - right from the start.
England will learn their World Cup fate on Friday - and Sky Sports will bring you live coverage of the draw, both on television and online.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Jamie Carragher with skysports.com
Japan leave it late to beat Oman and nudge closer to World Cup qualification while Iraq narrowly beat Jordan.
Brazil ended their European tour with a superb performance, hammering Japan 4-0 in Wroclaw's Miejski stadium on Tuesday.
A smash-and-grab goal from Yasuyuki Konno earned Japan their first victory over France.
New Southampton defender Maya Yoshida wants to "grow up" in the Premier League following his recent move from Dutch side VVV Venlo.
Australia suffered a shock 2-1 defeat to Jordan in their Asian zone World Cup qualifier in Amman.