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Which match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be played on Thanksgiving?

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It’s time to indulge yourself and not just with food.

Thanksgiving is tomorrow — Thursday, November 24th. NFLThanksgiving 2022 is also a matchday for the World Cup in eight nations.

ever since 2022 FIFA World Cup It will be the first time in Qatar will be held in winter, and the first time the quarterly tournament will be played in Qatar. popular holiday.

Here are the World Cup games on Thanksgiving:

Switzerland v Cameroon – Group G

Group G will feature Switzerland and Cameroon at 5am ET. Switzerland ranks her 15th in men’s international football. FIFA Cameroon, on the other hand, ranks 43rd. Headlined by Arsenal co-captain Granit his Xhaka and Borussia Mönchengladbach goalkeeper Jan Sommer, Switzerland have the potential to finish second in the group. Headlined by Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana and Brentford winger Brian Mbemo, the indomitable Lions are not expected to advance but will fight for every point they can score. increase.

Uruguay vs. South Korea – Group H

Uruguay and South Korea will then begin Group H action at 8am ET. Uruguay is her 14th and South Korea is her 28th. Nacional his striker and footballing legend Luis Suárez and recent big-money winner Liverpool’s Darwin Núñez are key players to watch for Celeste, the South Korean name being Tottenham’s winger. This is Son Heung-min. Uruguay are expected to be his second and South Korea last, but Son’s ability to single-handedly change the game will be an interesting factor.

Portugal vs. Ghana – Group H

Group H action continues, with Portugal and Ghana going head-to-head at 11am ET. Portugal is her ninth and Ghana is her 61st. Manchester United striker Cristiano Ronaldo is Portugal’s headliner alongside Manchester City’s duo Bernardo Silva and Joan Cancelo. But don’t count Ghana. Several players have recently changed nationalities to join captain Thomas Party playing for Arsenal. Spanish Athletic his club Inaki Williams is one of them. Ajax attacking midfielder Mohammed Kudus and Rennes winger Kamaldine Sulemana are two potential breakout stars to watch.

Brazil vs. Serbia – Group G

Matchday 1 of Group G concludes with Brazil and Serbia at 2pm ET. Brazil is the number one country and Serbia is number 21. With stars such as Neymar Jr., Vinicius Jr., Gabriel Jesus and Rafinha, Brazil’s attacking tier should make for a compelling display. Serbia have at their disposal Lazio midfielder Sergei Milinkovic Savic and three good strikers in Dusan Blacovic (Juventus), Alexander Mitrovic (Fulham) and Luka Jovic (Fiorentina). An interesting country with quality players.

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