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World Cup 2022 Warmup Matches Schedule

World Cup 2022 Warmup Matches Schedule

The Qatar World Cup 2022 is just a few days away from its grand opening. The world cup will take place for the first time during the current season. Hence specific teams will participate in limited practice matches before the World Cup. On November 16, Germany will take on Oman, while Argentina will play the UAE. The schedule for all coming World Cup 2022 Warmup Matches Schedule is provided below:

FIFA World Cup 2022 Warmup Matches Schedule

Numerous friendlies are scheduled between November 16 and 18, but we only list the ones that feature the world cup-qualified nations.

Date Time Match
16-Nov 13:00 CET Iran vs Tunisia
16-Nov 14:00 CET Saudi Arabia vs Croatia
16-Nov 15:30 CET Argentina vs UAE
16-Nov 17:00 CET Germany vs Oman
16-Nov 19:30 CET Poland vs Chile
16-Nov 19:30 CET Mexico vs Sweden
16-Nov 19:45 CET Italy vs Albania
17-Nov 10:00 CET Switzerland vs Ghana
17-Nov 13:45 CET Japan vs Canada
17-Nov 14:00 CET Iraq vs Costa Rica
17-Nov 16:00 CET Spain vs Jordan
17-Nov 16:00 CET Morocco vs Georgia
17-Nov 18:45 CET Portugal vs Nigeria

Jordan vs. Spain: On Thursday at the Amman International Stadium, an international friendly game will be played between Jordan and Spain. Jordan comes into this encounter after defeating Oman 1-0 in their most recent match.

Ihsan Haddad of Al-right Faisaly’s back converted a penalty kick in the second half to give Jordan the victory.

On the other hand, Fernando Santos’ Portugal was just defeated by Spain 1-0. Luis Enrique’s Spain won thanks to a late second-half goal from Atletico Madrid’s Alvaro Morata.

Portugal vs. Nigeria: On Thursday, Portugal will play Nigeria in a practice game as part of their training for the upcoming 2022 World Cup in Qatar. To enter the FIFA tournament with complete confidence, Cristiano Ronaldo and the company will attempt to defeat the African team.

Nigeria would like to perform well, notably after being eliminated from the World Cup for the first time since 2006. They’ve lost their last two games, so they’ll want to win on Thursday and give their fans something to cheer about.

Aqeel Ahmad
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