All or nothing! Today’s matches in the World Cup in Qatar

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The three giants of Europe, Germany, Belgium and Croatia are on the brink of elimination in Group E and F on day three this Thursday. Qatar World Cup 2022A day in which Spain will seek to seal the pass.

Group E


Germany (1 point) knows what to do against Costa Rica (3 points) on Thursday: a one-goal win over Japan if the Japanese can grab a draw against Spain. La Roja will qualify with five points.

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Regardless of the outcome of Germany-Costa Rica, a win for Spain would eliminate Japan. That would be in favor of ‘Mannsoft’ until they completely outclassed their Central American rival goalkeeper Keylor Navas with his win against Japan (1-0) on Sunday.

A win for Japan would be the worst case scenario for the Germans, as it would put the Japanese on six points with Spain on four and give Spain a very favorable goal difference for a win over Costa Rica (7-0). But Costa Rica will be eliminated if they beat Germany.

First place

Three of the four teams are favorites to finish first. First, Spain then Japan, but also Germany and Costa Rica if they win the Spanish and Japanese tie. Everything is possible.

Schedules and exchange

Costa Rica vs Germany (1.00pm)
Dispatch: TVC and Tigo Sports App/Web

Japan v Spain (1.00pm)
Dispatch: TVC Mundial+ (Paid) and Tigo Sports App/Web

Group F


With Canada already eliminated after two defeats, the situation in this bracket is even more open than in Group E, and it shouldn’t be too difficult for talented Morocco, who are still undefeated with a win over Belgium.

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Meanwhile, second place will be played between Luka Modric’s Croatia and Belgium, who are losing steam.

An important detail: the Croatians have a one-point advantage over Belgium, so a draw would help ensure their qualification. But if Morocco beats the Canadians, they will need to win to top the group.

First place

Another challenge for this group is to decide who will finish first and, therefore, meet second place in Group E, which could be Germany. Between Morocco and Croatia, if both teams win, it will be settled on goal difference or goals scored as it was a draw in the first leg. If Belgium wake up and Morocco lose to Canada, they will end up in the lead. The challenge is open.

Schedules and exchange

Canada vs Morocco (9.00 am)
Dispatch: TVC and Tigo Sports App/Web

Croatia v Belgium (9.00 am)
Dispatch: TVC Mundial+ (Paid) and Tigo Sports App/Web

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