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Everything You Need to Know About World Cup 2022

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Everything You Need , to Know About , World Cup 2022.
On November 20, one of the most highly-anticipated World Cups in recent memory is scheduled to begin.
This is everything you need to know
heading into the tournament,
according to the Associated Press. .
No. 1-ranked Brazil is entering
the tournament looking to win the team's
first World Cup title since 2002.
No. 1-ranked Brazil is entering
the tournament looking to win the team's
first World Cup title since 2002.
Belgium, currently ranked No. 2 , is facing stiff
competition from No. 3-ranked Argentina, which
is entering the tournament on a 35-match winning streak.
Belgium, currently ranked No. 2 , is facing stiff
competition from No. 3-ranked Argentina, which
is entering the tournament on a 35-match winning streak.
Rounding out the top five are France
and England, with both teams
facing uphill battles. .
Rounding out the top five are France
and England, with both teams
facing uphill battles. .
France has an injury list that includes
Paul Pogba and N'Golo Kante, while
England is on a six-game losing streak. .
France has an injury list that includes
Paul Pogba and N'Golo Kante, while
England is on a six-game losing streak. .
Top players to keep an eye on include:
Lionel Messi of Argentina, Cristiano Ronaldo
of Portugal and Kylian Mbappé of France.
Top players to keep an eye on include:
Lionel Messi of Argentina, Cristiano Ronaldo
of Portugal and Kylian Mbappé of France.
Top players to keep an eye on include:
Lionel Messi of Argentina, Cristiano Ronaldo
of Portugal and Kylian Mbappé of France.
AP reports that the list of must-see games includes:
Qatar vs. Ecuador on November 20 and
Argentina vs. Mexico on November 26. .
AP reports that the list of must-see games includes:
Qatar vs. Ecuador on November 20 and
Argentina vs. Mexico on November 26. .
Also on the list of highly-anticipated matches
are Spain vs. Germany on November 27
and Iran vs. the United States on November 29.
Also on the list of highly-anticipated matches
are Spain vs. Germany on November 27
and Iran vs. the United States on November 29.
The December 2 match between Ghana
and Uruguay gives Ghana a chance to
avenge its 2010 World Cup quarterfinal loss. .
The December 2 match between Ghana
and Uruguay gives Ghana a chance to
avenge its 2010 World Cup quarterfinal loss.
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