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World Cup: the program and all the information on this Sunday's matches

2022-11-27T06:09:11.498Z

Belgium against Morocco, Croatia against Canada or the Spain-Germany shock: find the program of the day.



Matches of the day

Another great day of football.

Facing Costa Rica, Japan, who defeated Germany last Wednesday (1-2), will have the opportunity in the morning to confirm their good start to the competition and to take an option for qualification in this group E. Nevertheless, it won't be an easy match for the Blue and Whites because Keylor Navas' teammates will be extremely motivated at the idea of ​​overcoming their humiliating loss against Spain (7-0).

At the start of the afternoon, after its success against Canada (1-0), Belgium will want to follow up against Morocco, which had an encouraging performance against Croatia (0-0).

A great confrontation in perspective in this group F which appears very open.

In the process, Luka Modric and his teammates will try to make people forget their pale first performance by

imposing against Canadians who should be confident after their good match - despite their defeat - against Belgium.

Finally, in the evening, we will be treated to a magnificent clash between a revanchist Germany which is playing its survival in this 2022 World Cup in Qatar and a Spain in full swing.

An enticing program!

To discover

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  • World Cup: group classification

  • Full World Cup match schedule

Broadcast times and channels

Japan - Costa Rica (Group E): 11 a.m. (

beIN Sports 1

)

Belgium - Morocco (Group F): 2 p.m. (

TF1

,

beIN Sports 1

)

Croatia - Canada (Group F): 5 p.m. (

beIN Sports 1

)

Spain - Germany (Group E): 8 p.m. (

TF1

,

beIN Sports 1

)

Dominique Bathelay's predictions

Former player of AS Saint-Etienne and Paris SG, Dominique Bathelay (68) wore the jersey of the France team twenty times between 1975 and 1982. With the Blues, the defensive midfielder, a time converted coach , found the net four times.

Japan - Costa Rica:

victory for Japan

I see Japan winning because we tend to underestimate the quality of the Japanese in major competitions.

They are above Costa Rica.

»

Belgium - Morocco:

victory for Belgium

Belgium without hesitation because it is superior to Morocco in all areas.

»

Croatia - Canada:

victory for Croatia

This team from Canada is solid but the individual technical quality of the Croatians must make the difference.

»

Spain - Germany:

victory for Germany

It's hard to say but I can see Germany well.

She no longer has a choice and must raise her head.

»

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The news of the Blues

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statement of the day

After their surprise defeat against Japan (1-2), Germany faces Spain this Sunday evening.

Asked at a press conference about this shock, Kai Havertz was optimistic: “

We are having a bad time, but this match against Spain can be a turning point for us.

We dreamed of playing this kind of match [...] I don't worry at all, the focus is on Sunday's match and I don't really care what happened in the past.

It doesn't help to think about it again, or to think negatively

," said the German striker.

Read alsoWorld Cup: Havertz hopes for “a turning point” for Germany against Spain

Player to watch: Jamal Musiala (Germany)

Very interesting in the game - even if he was not decisive - during the setback against Japan (1-2), Jamal Musiala is undoubtedly one of the men to watch closely this Sunday.

Opposed to a Spain perfectly entered into the competition, Germany will have to rely on its attacking midfielder aged only nineteen to revive and thus hope to reach the knockout stages.

Indeed, the little nugget from Bayern Munich - author of an excellent start to the season with nine goals and six offerings in the Bundesliga - is one of the few Hansi Flick players to be able to make a difference, whether by oriented controls, percussion, well-felt passes or beautiful inspirations in front of goal.

Will he be able to take the game on his own?

La Roja hopes not.

Read alsoWorld Cup: no German player at a press conference before facing Spain

The expression of the day: "A striker's tackle"

It's an oxymoron that we hear regularly in the football world.

It designates a defensive intervention that is both unacademic and completely missed which most often results in a fault, therefore in a free kick for the opponent.

If she refers to a 'striker', it's because attacking players are notorious for not having the proper defensive skills to make a legal tackle.

It is therefore an expression that is often used as a joke.

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