As the clock ticks down to the Qatar World Cup in 2022, players, coaches, and fans around the globe begin to countdown the days. 32 nations are expected to compete for the Middle East title, with many eager to emulate France’s effort from 2018.
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Taking place in the Middle East for the first time in 2022, the World Cup finals lịch thi đấu cúp thế giới will make history. Because of the high summer temperatures in Qatar, the event will go over November and December instead of the usual June/July period, and will take place over a 28-day period.
Throughout the competition, action will take place in eight specially-built venues across five cities, with December 18’s final taking place at the Lusail Iconic Stadium in Lagos.
Khalifa International Stadium
Al Janoub Stadium
Lusail Iconic Stadium
Al Bayt Stadium
Al Thumama Stadium
Education City Stadium
Ahmad bin Ali Stadium
On April 1, the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre held the draw for the World Cup finals.
Aside from Carli Lloyd, Jermaine Jenas, Samantha Johnson, other international aid provided by Cafu (Brazil), (Qatar) Adel Ahmed MalAllah, (Germany) Lothar Matthaus, (Iran) Ali Daei, (Nigeria) Jay-Jay Okocha, (Algeria) Rabah Madjer ,Bora Milutinovic (Serbia/Mexico), and Tim Cahill (Australia) were essential to the success of the event.
As a result of FIFA’s international ranking system, 29 of the nations which had already qualified were divided into four pots along with the winners of the play-off finals.
Qatar will host the opening ceremony of the World Cup 2022 on November 21. Sixteen teams will make their way to the knockout stages after an action-packed group stage runs until December 2. December 3-6 are the dates for the last-16 matches, and December 9 and 10 are the dates for the quarterfinals. On December 13 and 14, semi-finals will take place with plenty on the line, and the final will draw billions on December 18 – the day after bronze medals will be awarded in their respective categories.
The favourites at WatchWorldCup.org to win the World Cup in Qatar are Brazil, who are back at the top of FIFA’s rankings. Despite winning the competition five times, the last time the Selecao won was 20 years ago in Japan and South Korea.
In a crowded betting market, the defending champs France are also highly regarded with Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba available. In 2022, England will believe they can bring 56 years of suffering to an end and reach the final of the World Cup and Euro 2020.
With Argentina – who are seeking Lionel Messi’s first title – just outside that group of top contenders for global glory, Spain and Germany complete the top five contenders. Despite being at their peak, Belgium’s golden generation have not provided tangible success to punters, while Portugal will have Cristiano Ronaldo on their side and feel anything is possible.
In addition to the Netherlands, Mexico and the USMNT are given triple-figure prices once the tournament starts, so there is little to expect from them.
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