France vs Tunisia — LIVE

Defending champions France vs Tunisia Live Free Streams Reddit is scheduled to face the 2015 AFC Asian Cup winners, Australia in their FIFA World Cup 2022 opener on Tuesday night at the Al Janoub Stadium in Al-Wakrah. France and Austra . . .

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The two see themselves in Group D, alongside France and Australia, and this is definitely a group in which anyone could qualify for the next round.

Tunisia vs Denmark is both nations’ first game of the tournament, and if either were to pick up a win in their first match, it would give them huge momentum for the rest of the group. Live

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With only three games to be played before the knockouts, Denmark, who have an array of Premier League stars, will feel like they need to beat Tunisia and Australia as France are no doubt one of the favourites to win the whole tournament.

Denmark faces Tunisia in the early stages of the tournament. In fact, they meet on the third day of the 2022 World Cup. The two nations will play each other in their group stage opener on Tuesday 22nd November 2022. The time the match will kick off is 1 PM GMT. France vs Tunisia Live

How to Watch

Denmark vs Tunisia in the World Cup 2022 will be available to watch for free for anyone in the UK as it is on Freeview TV. The TV channel this match will be on is ITV One and ITV have huge coverage of the whole tournament and will be televising an abundance of games.

Live Stream

For those in the UK, Denmark vs Tunisia will be available to live stream on the ITV X. You will need an account in order to obtain this service, which you can sign up for right here.

Make sure you get everything set up in time for kick-off so you don’t miss a thing!

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The two nations have both brought 26-man squads Denmark includes players like Christian EriksenKasper SchmeichelAndreas Christensen and Joachim Andersen.

Meanwhile, Tunisia have brought players like Manchester United starlet Hannibal Mejbri and Wahbi Kazri.

Neither country is reporting any injuries right now, so they should have their full squad available to choose from, and this will make team selection very hard.

Denmark Predicted XI: Schmeichel; Nissen, Andersen, Christensen, Maehle; Delaney, Eriksen, Hojbjerg; Olsen, Dolberg, Damsgaard

Tunisia Predicted XI: Dahmen; Drager, Bronn, Talbi, Ben Ouanes; Chalali, Skhiri, Laidouni; Slimane, Jaziri, Msakni. France vs Tunisia Live

Maluma and Myriam Fares to open FIFA Fan Festival in Doha

Large crowds have begun gathering at the FIFA Fan Festival site in Doha ahead of an anticipated performance by Lebanese singer Myriam Fares and Colombian reggaeton star Maluma.

The artists will perform solo before taking the stage together for a rendition of Tukoh Taka, the official FIFA Fan Festival anthem.

The site opened its doors for Hayya card holders at 4pm local time and is due to close at 1am.

The 10 stars for whom Qatar will likely be their last World Cup

Who are the players expected to be making their final bow in the sport’s most prestigious tournament?

Lionel Messi, Argentina

Qatar 2022 will be Messi’s fifth World Cup. The 35-year-old forward of French side Paris St Germain will be hoping to build on Argentina’s Copa America triumph last year and win the one trophy that has eluded him so far in his storied career.

Spain defender Azpilicueta looks to turn the page at World Cup

Spain defender Cesar Azpilicueta said he was keen to leave the past underwhelming World Cup experiences behind and rebuild the team around several promising youngsters.

“It is true that previous experiences were not the ones we dreamed of. Football is giving us an opportunity with a young team,” Azpilicueta, who is playing his third tournament, said at a press conference.

Spain fell at the group stage of the 2014 World Cup and were knocked out of the last 16 in Russia four years later.

Coach Luis Enrique picked 14 players aged 25 or under for the 2022 tournament, including Barcelona midfielder Pablo “Gavi” Gaviria.

Ecuador fans look with apprehension towards Qatar match

Carlo and Santo, two Ecuadorians in their 80s living in the United States, travelled all the way from New York to support their national team at the World Cup, who take on the hosts in Sunday’s opening clash.

“Qatar is strong, they play good football despite losing their last friendly match a few days back,” Santo said.

Carlo feared Sunday’s match at Al Bayt Stadium would be difficult. “I hope we will win, but I am afraid it will be a draw,” he said.

Ecuador will be returning to the tournament after missing out in 2018.

Qatar captain ‘proud’ to lead team in first World Cup

Qatar captain Hassan al-Haydos said he felt “proud” to be the first to lead his national team in the World Cup.

“The task is difficult and the teams are of different levels, but we are here to prove to everyone that we are capable of achieving a positive result,” Haydos said at a news conference alongside coach Felix Sanchez.

Qatar has qualified for the tournament for the first time since its independence in 1971. The team will be playing against Ecuador at a Group A opening match on Sunday.

  • Criticism of World Cup will not destabilise team: Sanchez

    Qatar coach Felix Sanchez said criticism of the World Cup host will not be allowed to destabilise his team.

    Qatar coach Felix Sanchez speaks at a news conference [Matthew Childs/Reuters]

    “The best thing that canhappen is to focus on football, keep calm and avoid the noise and rumours,” he said.

    “Obviously, we don’t like it when people criticise our country. We managed to have great preparation, kept calm and that’s how we planned this,” he added.

    Sanchez dismissed as “misinformation” an unsubstantiated rumour that attempts had been made to bribe Ecuador players before the match.

    Is the Qatar World Cup about to shatter colonial myths?

    On Sunday, Qatar will become the smallest country ever to host the world’s biggest sporting event.

    As postcolonial scholars have argued, the Euro-American imagination has long dictated what is “good”, while determining how the Oriental “other” is represented.

    The World Cup offers a chance to reset those narratives, Larbi Sadiki argues here

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