Best Matches to Watch in the Group Stage of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

After a four year long wait with heavy criticism, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 is finally ready to begin giving its fans a feast of football in the cold season of winter. The talent on the field shouldn’t be questioned, even though fans on social media heavily criticised FIFA for handling the hosting rights to Qatar given its human rights issue. FIFA World Cup 2022 groups have some of the best matches to offer even in the group stages having the best world cup 2022 teams. With many fans expecting to see the global mega stars such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in action, this year the World Cup has mouth-watering clashes that you don’t want to miss out on!

Here are ten games that we think every die hard football fan will want to make sure they don’t miss.

  1. Spain vs Germany

    Spain vs Germany

    Two of the biggest nations go head to head on Monday, November 28 (12:00 am PST). It is their final group E match which has all the landmarks to be a classic World Cup match given their history

  2. Wales vs England   

    England vs Whales


    Wales and England are two home nations that we look forward to seeing as both of them would want to progress through to the knockout stage. With England having a star-filled team with the likes of Harry Kane and Wales having ex Real Madrid’s Champions League winner Gareth Bale at their side, this is a match in which any team could win with the tiniest of margins. Match is scheduled for Wednesday, November 30th (12:00 am PST) at FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

  3. France vs Denmark

    Denmark vs France

    Denmark, a European Championship semi-finalists take on the current reigning World Cup champions of 2018 – France. Both countries have got immense talents that could make the difference. France having the most recent Ballon D’Or winner Karim Benzema as their forward will give Denmark a run for their money.

  4. Poland vs Argentina

    Argentina vs Poland

    2022 World Cup Group C is going to see Lionel Messi vs Robert Lewandowski. Battle of the two goal scoring giants. This hot clash will take place on Thursday, December 1st (12:00 am PST). Argentina are also likely to reach the finals but can Poland stop them?

  5.  Belgium vs Croatia

    Belgium vs Croatia

    The battle of the two best midfielders in the world – Luka Modric vs Kevin de Bruyne. This might just be the game which decides the team that gets to top the group. Croatia reached all the way to the finals in 2018, losing 4-2 to France. This will be a nail-biting match. It will begin on Thursday, December 1st (8:00 pm PST)

  6. Ghana vs Portugal

    Ghanna vs Portugal

    Ghana has always been the underdog of the tournament but they are the most successful African nation in the tournament reaching the quarter finals of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Portugal led by Cristiano Ronaldo’s leadership will compete with Ghana on Thursday, November 24th (9:00 pm PST).

  7. England vs United States

    USA vs England

    The Three Lions will compete with United State’s men’s team on their opening day match. The last time the two teams clashed was way back in 2010 World Cup in South Africa. 

  8. Uruguay vs Portugal

    Portugal vs Uruguay

    Edinson Cavani, Luis Suarez and the global mega star Cristiano Ronaldo could compete for their final FIFA World Cup before hanging up their boots. They will most likely to give their all to win the most prestigious award in Football to hold the trophy. This Group H clash should be a cracker which is set to take place on Tuesday, 29th November (12:00 am PST)

  9. France vs Australia

    France vs Australia

    France has had previous hiccups of losing to straight forward games they were expected to win and a match with Australia should hold no exception. Can Australia being the underdogs beat the reigning champions of France and cause an upset to their title chances? See the match live on Wednesday, 23rd November (12:00 am PST)

  10. Wales vs USA

    Wales vs USA


    Wales competing against USA will have a strong outlook on who comes out on top in their group. It is a game that has an unpredictable outcome as the result can go either way. Don’t miss this clash as it is going to be live on Tuesday, 22nd November (12:00 am PST)

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