England 2018 had lodged a complaint with Fifa following comments from Russia bid chief Alexei Sorokin denigrating London.
Drawing a line under the incident, Football League president Lord Mawhinney said: "I gather in Zurich everybody has had a figurative hug and we move on to the decision on 2 December.
"I look forward to helping to make the final presentation of England's case. I think we are very competitive."
In terms of choosing the World Cup hosts, the 2018 vote will take place before the 2022 vote. Ahead of the voting, each campaign will get a 30-minute slot to deliver a final presentation - this will happen on 1 December for the 2022 candidates and 2 December for the 2018 hopefuls.
A bid must earn a majority to claim victory, and if two bids are tied then Blatter will have the deciding vote.
After the drawing of lots, Belgium/Netherlands will be the first presentation on 2 December, followed by Spain/Portugal, England and Russia.
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