Cameroon and Ghana concluded the second round of group games at the 2022 Qatar World Cup on Monday, November 29 with two entertaining displays. Overall, the five African countries that participated improved their performance.
Africa’s representatives might still qualify for the round of 16 in the 22nd FIFA World Cup. With some presented with greater and others with diminished odds.
France, Portugal, and Brazil are the first countries that have already qualified for the subsequent round.
wagering is available for Senegal against Ecuador. The Dutch just only one point to proceed in the competition. On Tuesday (November 29), they will face Qatar, who has already been eliminated.
The African champions must win in order to qualify, and they will want to improve on their attacking performance against Qatar (3-1). A tie would qualify the Central American squad, which is concerned about its captain Enner Valencia, the tournament’s co-leading scorer with three goals, who has a knee issue.
Netherlands (4 points), Ecuador (4 points), Senegal (3 points), Qatar (0 pt).
Wednesday, Group D’s Tunisia will face defending champion France (Nov. 30). With their 2-1 victory against Denmark on November 26, Les Bleus were the first side to qualify for the next round. For their last group game, Les Bleus are likely to shuffle their roster.
The Carthage Eagles may maintain their hopes of reaching the knockout round of the World Cup in their sixth participation if they defeat the French reserve squad. In addition, Australia’s match against Denmark should result in a tie.
For Denmark to qualify, they must defeat Australia and hope for a draw or a win by France in the other group match.
France (6 points), Australia (3 points), Denmark (1 point), Tunisia (1pt).
Prior to their encounter against a previously eliminated Canada on December 1st, Morocco is in a rather good situation.
Croatia, the 2018 World Cup champion, must achieve a draw in order to advance. Thursday’s qualifying match between Belgium and Croatia will be a tense affair. A win would propel the Red Devils into the round of 16. A loss would result in elimination. In the event of a tie, their destiny would be in Morocco’s hands.
Croatia (4 points), Morocco (4 points), Belgium (3 points), Canada (0pt).
Group G Cameroon earned a thrilling draw against Serbia on Monday (Nov. 28). The day when the Invincible Lions earned their first World Cup point in twenty years will be remembered as a momentous and historic occasion.
They are nonetheless in a precarious situation before of Friday’s match against Brazil (Dec. 2).
The Selecao qualified for the round of 16 on November 28 as Casemiro’s goal helped them defeat Switzerland and advance to the next round.
Switzerland must defeat Serbia in order to advance to the next round.
Brazil (6 points), Switzerland (3 points), Cameroon (1 point), and Serbia (1pt).
Group H’s matchup between Ghana and Uruguay is already legendary. It is a rematch of the quarterfinals from 2010 and a must-win for the Black Stars.
This game offers a chance to level the score in the rivalry and is a must-win to progress in the Qatar World Cup.
Portugal qualified for the World Cup after defeating Uruguay on Monday (Nov. 28). On Friday, Portugal will play South Korea (Dec. 2). South Korea and Uruguay are in a dire condition, but both teams may yet qualify.
Portugal (6 points), Ghana (3 points), South Korea (1 point), Uruguay (1pt).
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