France vs Australia on 11-22-2022, the 2022 World Cup

 Al Janoub Stadium will host the closing matches of the first round of the group stage in Group D of the 2022 World Cup, which brings together Australia and Denmark.

France is participating in Group D, accompanied by Tunisia and Denmark, in addition to Australia.

The French national team, holder of the last edition of the tournament, seeks to start the campaign to defend its title early, quickly show its fangs, avoid the curse of the champion’s exit from the group stage, and enter the match with his counterpart. Eyes on full points.

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In the next goal report, we will learn together about the date of the France-Australia match in the first round of the World Cup group stage and the broadcast channels.

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When is the France-Australia match in the 2022 World Cup?

The date of the France-Australia match in the first round of the World Cup group stage is Tuesday, November 22, at Al Janoub Stadium.

It is expected that the kick-off whistle will sound at exactly nine o’clock in the evening, Egyptian time, and ten o’clock in Qatar time.

What are the channels that broadcast the France-Australia match for the 2022 World Cup?

The 2022 World Cup matches will be broadcast exclusively in the Middle East and North Africa region via the “beinsports” sports channel network, and of course the France-Australia match will be broadcast on its screen.

Goal Arabia followers have an appointment with live, moment-by-moment coverage of all events and what is going on in that match, and that coverage will begin approximately half an hour before the referee’s whistle.

Match, date, broadcaster, stadium

France - Australia Tuesday 22 November 2022

10:00 PM Qatar, 9:00 PM Egypt, beIN Sports HD 1 Max, Al Janoub Stadium

France expected the exercises:

training | 4-2-3-1

Hugo Lloris

Lucas Hernandez - Upicano - Ibrahima Konate - Pavard

Aurelien Tchoameni - Adrien Rabiot

Ousmane Dembele - Kylian Mbappe - Antoine Griezmann

Olivier Giroud

Planned training in Australia:

training | 4-3-3

Matt Ryan

Nathaniel Atkinson - Billy Wright - Key Rawls - Aziz Behesh

Aidan Hrustic - Aaron Morey - Jackson Irvin

Craig Godwin Mitchell Duke Matthew Leakey

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