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World Cup 2022 Qatar Qualifiers Till Now

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At the World Cup in 2022, the group stage is currently underway, and there are 16 teams competing for a spot in the knockout bracket.

In this section, we take a look at what each country needs to achieve in order to get out of its group and keep the dream alive in Qatar.

Qatar 2022 world cup situation

QUALIFIED (1/16): France

ELIMINATED (1/16): Qatar

TIEBREAKERS

In the event that two or more teams have the same number of points, the tiebreaker will be determined according to the following order:

1) Variation in the overall group objective

2) The total number of goals scored by the group

3) The result of the head-to-head matchup

4) The head-to-head goal differential between the teams is tied after all of their matches.

5) The head-to-head goal differential between the teams is tied after all of their matches.

6) Points awarded for fair play

7) A random drawing of names

– An Explanation Regarding the Operation of the World Cup Tiebreakers

After the second round of games in each group, all possible combinations for each team will be known.

– World Cup 2022: Latest News and Features | Match Schedules | Player Roster

Tuesday’s remaining matches in Group A take place at 10 a.m. ET and feature Senegal taking on Ecuador and the Netherlands going up against Qatar.

The top two nations will advance to the round of 16.

Even if they lose or draw against Qatar, the Netherlands are guaranteed to qualify. will also qualify for the tournament despite suffering a loss if Ecuador prevails.

In the event that the Netherlands are defeated and the match between Ecuador and Senegal ends in a draw, Ecuador would top the group with five points, while Senegal and the Netherlands will tie for second place with four points each.

If the Netherlands are defeated by Qatar by a score of 1-0, they will still qualify for the tournament.

It will come down to the total number of goals scored in the group stage if the Netherlands are defeated by Qatar by a score of two goals. If everything else is equal, the Netherlands would come in second based on head-to-head competition.

If the Netherlands lose by three goals or more, they will not be able to make it to the next round.

If both the Netherlands and Ecuador are defeated, the tie for second place will be broken according to goal difference, followed by the number of goals each team has scored against the other, which is currently equal; if both teams’ records end up being identical, the tie will be broken according to fair play (yellow and red cards).

If Ecuador beats Senegal or draws with them, they will automatically advance to the next round. If they lose, their only chance of making it to the next round is if the Netherlands also lose. In that case, the scenario with the goal difference described above would come into play.

If both the Netherlands and Ecuador win, first place will be decided by the number of goals scored and then by the number of goals scored by each team. If both of these things are the same, then the winner is determined by the points for fair play.

If Senegal defeats Ecuador, they will unquestionably advance to the next round. If the Netherlands suffer a loss, a draw will also be sufficient as long as the goal difference and head-to-head situations described above are met. can finish first in the group with a win if the Netherlands tie or lose their game.

Qatar: You are no longer in the running.

Iran will play the United States in their last Group B match on Tuesday at 14:00 (ET), while Wales will take on England.

Only the top two nations will advance to the round of 16. England can only be eliminated if they suffer a crushing defeat at the hands of Wales. guaranteed to finish in first place in the group with a win, and even a tie will do as long as neither Iran nor the United States win by at least four goals.

If Iran or the United States prevail, England can lose by as many as three goals and yet go to the next round. If England suffers a loss by a margin of four goals or more and either Iran or the United States win, England will finish in third place, behind Wales.

If England were to lose but Iran and the United States played to a draw, England would still win the group as long as they didn’t lose by a score margin of four goals or more. In the event that England suffers a loss by four or five goals, Wales will emerge victorious in the group stage, with England finishing in second place. For England to finish third behind Iran, they would need to suffer a loss by a margin of six goals or more (depending on the number of goals Iran scored).

Iran: If they beat the United States, they will definitely place in the top two, and if England draws or loses, they will win the group. A draw would also be sufficient for Iran if Wales were to lose or draw. Iran cannot afford to suffer another defeat at this point.

It is imperative for the United States to win against Iran. Can finish first in the group if England is defeated by Wales (or if England draw and USA win by four or more goals.)

To finish in the top two of the group, Wales must win against England and hope that the match between Iran and the United States ends in a tie. Wales has a chance to finish first in the group if they defeat England by four goals or more. In the event that the United States or Iran prevail, Wales will need to defeat England by a score of four or more goals in order to finish second ahead of England.

GROUP C: The rest of the fixtures

Saturday (12 p.m. ET): Argentina vs. Mexico

Wednesday (2 p.m. ET): Poland vs. Argentina, Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico

Argentina will be eliminated from contention if they suffer a defeat at the hands of Mexico today.

On Saturday, Mexico, Poland, and Saudi Arabia will either qualify for the tournament or be eliminated.

In order to advance to the round of 16, Poland will need to earn at least a point against Argentina on Wednesday.

It’s possible that Argentina will be eliminated after playing just two matches. Photograph by Alex Livesey courtesy of Danehouse/Getty Images

GROUP D

The remaining matches will be played on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Eastern Time, with Australia taking on Denmark and Tunisia taking on France.

The top two nations will advance to the round of 16.

France is already in the round of 16 and will finish first in their group no matter what happens in their game against Tunisia, as long as they win, tie, or Australia loses to Denmark. If France lost and Australia won, the race for first place would be decided by goal difference and then by the number of goals scored, but the Socceroos would have to make up a deficit of six goals to win.

If Australia wins their match against Denmark, they will assuredly be in the top two of the standings. will also qualify with a draw, provided Tunisia’s game against France ends in a draw or a loss. In the event that Australia draws and Tunisia wins, Tunisia will finish in second place based on their superior goal differential. If they lose, Australia will not be able to qualify.

Denmark must win and will finish second if Tunisia either ties or loses the match. In the event that both Denmark and Tunisia are victorious, the race for second place will be decided according to goal difference (both teams are currently tied at -1) and then goals scored; if both of these factors are the same, the race for second place will be decided according to fair play points because the head-to-head score is tied.

Denmark must win and will finish second if Tunisia either ties or loses the match.  alia and Denmark end in a draw. Should Denmark emerge victorious, the race for second place will proceed as described earlier. If Australia were to win, Tunisia would not be able to qualify.

GROUP E: The rest of the fixtures

This Sunday at 5 a.m. Eastern Time, Japan will take on Costa Rica.

Sunday (2 p.m. ET): Spain vs. Germany

On Thursday at 2 p.m. Eastern Time, Costa Rica will take on Germany and Japan will take on Spain.

Only the top two nations will advance to the round of 16. Spain: In the event that Japan wins or draws against Costa Rica, Spain will have an opportunity to advance to the round of 16 if they are victorious versus Germany.

Japan: Japan will advance to the round of 16 if they win their match against Costa Rica and Spain either wins or draws their match against Germany later on Sunday.

Germany: In the event that Japan wins or draws, Germany will be knocked out of the competition if they lose to Spain.

Costa Rica: Costa Rica will be eliminated from the competition if they lose their match against Japan and Spain wins or draws.

Germany is in danger of having to leave the EU at an embarrassingly early date. 

GROUP F

What’s Left of the Fixtures

This Sunday at 8 a.m. Eastern Time, Belgium will take on Morocco.

On Sunday at 11 a.m. Eastern Time, Canada will take on Croatia.

Canada takes on Morocco on Thursday at 10 a.m. Eastern Time, followed by Croatia taking on Belgium.

The top two nations will advance to the round of 16.

Belgium would advance to the round of 16 with a victory over Morocco, which would also give them the group win in the event that Croatia and Canada play to a draw later in the day.

Canada will be eliminated from the competition if they lose to Croatia.

On Friday, neither Croatia nor Morocco can qualify for or be eliminated from the competition.

With a victory over Morocco, Belgium will advance to the next round. EPA/Rungroj Yongrit GROUP G

What’s Left of the Fixtures

Cameroon takes on Serbia on Monday at 5 a.m. Eastern Time.

Monday (11 a.m. ET): Brazil vs. Switzerland

Cameroon takes on Brazil and Serbia takes on Switzerland at 14:00 local time on Friday.

The top two nations will advance to the round of 16.

Brazil: It is possible for Brazil to advance to the round of 16 if they win their match against Switzerland and Serbia wins or draws its match against Cameroon.

Cameroon: A victory or a draw for Cameroon against Serbia will allow Switzerland to advance to the round of 16, and Switzerland will need to beat Brazil in order to do so.

Cameroon: Cameroon will be eliminated from the competition if they lose to Serbia and Brazil win or draw.

If Switzerland wins or draws, Serbia will be eliminated from the competition, even if they win their match against Cameroon.

The remaining fixtures in GROUP H

South Korea takes on Ghana on Monday at 8 a.m. Eastern Time (ET).

Monday at two o’clock in the afternoon Eastern Time (ET): Portugal takes on Uruguay Friday at ten o’clock in the morning ET: Ghana taking on Uruguay, South Korea taking on Portugal

The top two nations will advance to the round of 16.

With a victory overGhana will be eliminated from the competition if they lose to South Korea. Uruguay, Portugal will go to the round of 16, and if South Korea and Ghana’s game earlier in the day ends in a tie, Portugal will win their group and advance to the next round.

Should they lose versus South Korea, Ghana will be eliminated from the competition.

South Korea and Uruguay are not eligible for elimination or qualification on Friday.

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France, the current World Cup holders, defeated Denmark by a score of 2-1 on Saturday to become the first side to move on to the round of 16 in Qatar. Defending champion Kylian Mbappe scored both goals for France in the victory.

Mbappe put France ahead in the Group D matchup just after the hour mark with a prodded finish after playing a clever on-two with teammate Theo Hernandez, but Denmark roared back with a thumping header from defender Andreas Christensen to level the scores. Mbappe put France ahead with a prodded finish after playing a clever on-two with teammate Theo Hernandez.

A late goal from the Paris Saint-Germain striker, assisted by Antoine Griezmann, kept France’s World Cup record spotless and allowed them to continue their defense of their title. Mbappe is tied with Zinedine Zidane for first place on France’s all-time scoring list. He has scored 31 goals for his country, which put him ahead of the great player.

As a result of what happened on Saturday, France are now in first place in Group D with six points, three more than second-place Australia, who have just one point after two games, while Denmark are still searching for their first victory and have only one point.

The first half was tight and stressful, but France had the better chances. Adrien Rabiot came close with a header for France, and the Danes were forced to make a number of last-ditch stops to keep their clean sheet intact. France finished the half with a 1-0 lead.

In the 61st minute, Mbappe scored the game-winning goal for France by finishing Hernandez’s deft pull-back with a bouncing first-time shot. This was the end of a great, fast French counterattack. However, this advantage was not to last.

Christensen, who was always a threat from set pieces, brought the Danes level seven minutes later by sneaking in between the opposition’s defense and bending down to head the ball in.

Rabiot attempted a magnificent volley that went over the crossbar in the 80th minute, and then Martin Braithwaite, who came on as a substitute, hit a first-time effort of his own that went just wide of the near post a minute later. Neither team appeared pleased with a draw.

In the 86th minute, Mbappe scored the game-winning goal at the far post by putting in Griezmann’s cross from close range. This put France back in the lead and made the traveling French fans go crazy. Prior to Mbappe’s goal, it appeared as though the game was going to end in a tie.

Denmark threw everything forward in an attempt to find a second equalizer, leaving acres of space at the back. However, their late attacks against a side that they had beaten twice in the most recent Nations League campaign lacked precision, and the French held on for the win that put them through to the next round.

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