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DIRECT. The news of the World Cup: the Blues to have fun against Tunisia, it's over for Iran


Four matches are on the program for this Wednesday, November 30, with in particular the outcome of pools C and D, that of France. The Blues af

The essential

  • This is the last group match for the Blues!

    At 4 p.m., France, already qualified for the 8th final, faces Tunisia to secure first place in its group.

  • At 8 p.m., Pool C, extremely tight, will know its outcome with a match Argentina-Poland and Mexico-Saudi Arabia

  • We already know two posters for the round of 16: the Netherlands will face the United States and England will face Senegal. 


Ask for the program!

Group D - 4 p.m.

Tunisia-France (TF1, BeIn Sports 1) Australia-Denmark (BeIn Sports 2)

Group C - 8 p.m. 

Poland-Argentina (TF1, BeIn Sports 1)Saudi Arabia-Mexico (BeIn Sports 2)


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what happened yesterday 

Here is, in a few lines, the summary of what happened yesterday with the outcome of pools A and B:

  • Senegal snatched their qualification for the round of 16 by beating Ecuador, while the Netherlands secured first place in the pool against Qatar

  • The United States, winners of Iran, will also be in eighth.

    They accompany England, easy against their Welsh neighbor.

  • We therefore already know two posters for the eighth: Netherlands - United States (Saturday 4 p.m.) and England - Senegal (Sunday at 8 p.m.)


Hello everyone and welcome to our home!

We are Wednesday, November 30 and it's match day for the Blues.

France faces Tunisia at 4 p.m. with only one challenge: to secure first place in the pool.

This will be the case with a win or a draw, and even possibly with a loss.

Source: leparis

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