22/11/2022 Football

22/11/2022 Football. Four Games in the World Cup today. At 10am on ITV is Argentina v South Africa. At 1pm on ITV is Denmark v Tunisia. Mexico v Poland (4pm) and France v Australia (7pm) are on BBC 1.

World Cup 2022
22/11/2022 Football - Argentina v Saudi Arabia

22/11/2022 Football – Argentina v Saudi Arabia

  • Cristian Romero was an injury concern, but should be fully fit in time to start this game, after returning to training.
  • Thiago Almada and Angel Correa were called up to the squad late, in order to replace injured duo Joaquin Correa and Nicolas Gonzalez.
  • Saudi Arabia have their full 26-man squad to choose from here.

Argentina-Saudi Arabia – FIFA World Cup 2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

22/11/2022 Football - Denmark v Tunisia

22/11/2022 Football – Denmark v Tunisia

  • EURO 2020 Semi-finalists Denmark take on Tunisia in the first round of games at the World Cup. Denmark will want to continue the momentum, especially with Christian Eriksen thankfully a part of their squad this tournament, after suffering a cardiac arrest in their last tournament.
  • Denmark are expected to qualify from the group stage, and looking at the quality in their squad, you could see them doing just that. Their first game against Tunisia will be a game they expect to win, especially if they want to not only make it out the group, but even top the group as well, hoping this would give them an easier knockout tie.
  • As for Tunisia, they are expected to struggle in Group D. They will want respectful scorelines against Denmark and France, as well as a potential win against the other group’s weakest opponents, Australia.

Denmark-Tunisia – FIFA World Cup 2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

22/11/2022 Football -Mexico v Poland

22/11/2022 Football -Mexico v Poland

  • Mexico qualified for the the World Cup as runners up in the CONCACAF table, behind Canada only by goal difference. They will be competing in their 17th World Cup, with this being their 8th in a row. Their best finish has been the Quarter Finals, which they have reached twice, in 1970 and 1986.
  • Poland made the World Cup after finishing runners up to England in their qualifying group, before beating Sweden in a play-off final back in March. This will be their 9th World Cup and they will be hoping to improve on their group stage exit in 2018. They have finished as the third place team on two occasions, in 1974 and 1982.
  • This will likely be a tight affair, but Poland might just have enough to take all three points.

Mexico-Poland – FIFA World Cup 2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

22/11/2022 Football - France v Australia

22/11/2022 Football – France v Australia

  • Christopher Nkunku, who made the final World Cup squad, has had to withdraw after picking up a knee injury. Randal Kolo Muani replaced him in the squad.
  • Similar to Nkunku, Presnel Kimpembe was called up but has withdrew after he failed to recover from his injury in time. Axel Disasi takes his place.
  • Karim Benzema is also ruled out, after he left France training after 15 minutes, and could miss the whole tournament. Olivier Giroud will deputise.
  • Harry Souttar has only just recovered from an ACL injury before his selection in the final squad, so he may miss out the first match against France.
  • Martin Boyle has been ruled out of the World Cup.
  • Ajdin Hrustic, who has 20 caps to his name, missed three Verona games because of an ankle injury, but he should start if fit.

France-Australia – FIFA World Cup 2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

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22 November, 13:00: Denmark v Tunisia – ITV
22 November, 16:00: Mexico v Poland – BBC
22 November, 19:00: France v Australia – BBC
23 November, 10:00: Morocco v Croatia – ITV
23 November, 13:00: Germany v Japan – ITV
23 November, 16:00: Spain v Costa Rica – ITV
23 November, 19:00: Belgium v Canada – BBC
24 November, 10:00: Switzerland v Cameroon – ITV
24 November, 13:00: Uruguay v South Korea – BBC
24 November, 16:00: Portugal v Ghana – ITV
24 November, 19:00: Brazil v Serbia – BBC
25 November, 10:00: Wales v Iran – BBC
25 November, 13:00: Qatar v Senegal – BBC
25 November, 16:00: Netherlands v Ecuador – ITV
25 November, 19:00: England v USA – ITV
26 November, 10:00: Tunisia v Australia – BBC
26 November, 13:00: Poland v Saudi Arabia – ITV
26 November, 16:00: France v Denmark – ITV
26 November, 19:00: Argentina v Mexico – ITV
27 November, 10:00: Japan v Costa Rica – ITV
27 November, 13:00: Belgium v Morocco – BBC
27 November, 16:00: Croatia v Canada – BBC
27 November, 19:00: Spain v Germany – BBC
28 November, 10:00: Cameroon v Serbia – ITV
28 November, 13:00: South Korea v Ghana – BBC
28 November, 16:00: Brazil v Switzerland – ITV
28 November, 19:00: Portugal v Uruguay – ITV
29 November, 15:00: Ecuador v Senegal – ITV
29 November, 15:00: Netherlands v Qatar – ITV
29 November, 19:00: Iran v USA – BBC
29 November, 19:00: Wales v England – BBC
30 November, 15:00: Tunisia v France – BBC
30 November, 15:00: Australia v Denmark – BBC
30 November, 19:00: Poland v Argentina – BBC
30 November, 19:00: Saudi Arabia v Mexico – BBC
1 December, 16:00: Canada v Morocco – BBC
1 December, 16:00: Croatia v Belgium – BBC
1 December, 19:00: Japan v Spain – ITV
1 December, 19:00: Costa Rica v Germany – ITV
2 December, 16:00: Ghana v Uruguay – BBC
2 December, 16:00: South Korea v Portugal – BBC
2 December, 19:00: Serbia v Switzerland – ITV
2 December, 19:00: Cameroon v Brazil – ITV

ITV has first and second picks in the last 16 and first pick of the quarter-finals
BBC has first pick of the semi-finals

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