World Cup draw coverage live on Sky Sports from 3pm on Friday

Sky Sports News, digital platforms and Soccer AM live stream across Friday's draw from Moscow, where England will discover their group opponents

Last Updated: 01/12/17 3:55pm

You can follow the draw for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia with Sky Sports on Friday, with coverage live on Sky Sports News and our digital platforms from 3pm.

The State Kremlin Palace inside the Moscow Kremlin will provide a spectacular backdrop for the event, and you will be able to follow the draw live on SSN and Sky Sports Main Event, and on our website and apps.

There will also be a Facebook live stream on the Soccer AM page with guests from Football Daily.

England will be joined in the draw by former world champions Germany, Brazil, Argentina and Spain, with the 32 qualified teams being split into eight groups of four.

SSN are in Moscow to bring you a special World Cup draw programme with build-up and reaction, including interviews with Gareth Southgate, and will also be with the England Supporters Club and Graeme Le Saux at Wembley as they watch the draw.

The World Cup gets underway on Thursday, June 14, with hosts Russia playing the opening match at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. The final of the tournament is a month later on July 15.