Written by Teena Marian
01 Dec, 2022 | 1:14 pm
COLOMBO (News 1st) – Four more group stages of the 2022 edition of the FIFA World Cup will take place on Thursday (1).
BELGIUM vs CROATIA (8:30 PM)
Group F favourites Belgium face the prospect of elimination at the first hurdle of the 2022 World Cup when they take on Croatia at the Ahmed bin Ali Stadium on Thursday.
The Red Devils currently sit in third place, one point behind the Checkered Ones and Morocco in the top two heading into their final group fixture.
After playing out a goalless draw with Morocco in their opening Group F fixture, Croatia responded with an impressive 4-1 victory over Canada on Sunday, boosting their last-16 hopes while eliminating the Maple Leafs in the process.
MOROCCO vs CANADA (8:30 PM)
Morocco have the chance to extend their stay in Qatar beyond the group stages when they face Canada at the Al Thumama Stadium on Thursday in a World Cup Group F tie.
Canada are already eliminated, but there are potentially huge implications on this fixture for the North African side.
COSTA RICA vs GERMANY (12:30 AM)
The bottom two sides in World Cup 2022 Group E prepare for a mouthwatering battle for qualification on Thursday, as Costa Rica tackle Germany at the Al Bayt Stadium.
SPAIN vs JAPAN (12:30 AM)
Group E leaders Spain will lock horns with second-placed Japan in an intriguing 2022 World Cup contest at the Khalifa International Stadium on Thursday evening.
Both nations failed to claim maximum points in their last group game, with La Roja forced to share the spoils with Germany, while the Blue Samurai suffered defeat against Costa Rica.
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