Kazakhstan, Albania, Israel, the Faroe Islands and best runners-up Moldova will progress to the qualifying group stage after coming through the preliminary round.
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Kazakhstan, Albania, Israel, Moldova and the Faroe Islands will progress to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup qualifying group stage after coming through the preliminary round on Tuesday.
Moldova finished as the runners-up with the best record against those first and third in their group, so went through along with the four section winners to join the 30 top-ranked entrants in the qualifying group stage draw at 13:30CET on 25 April.
Preliminary round qualifiers
Group 1: Kazakhstan
Group 2: Albania
Group 3: Israel, Moldova*
Group 4: Faroe Islands
*Best runners-up (counting against sides first and third in their group)
Road to France: calendar
Qualifying group stage draw: 13:30CET, 25 April 2017, Nyon
Qualifying group stage: 11 September 2017 to 4 September 2018
Play-off draw: tbc September 2018, Nyon
Play-off semi-finals: 1–9 October 2018
Play-off final: 5–13 November 2018
Finals draw: late 2018, France
Finals: summer 2019, France