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France vs Denmark FIFA World Cup Live Score 26/11/2022

France vs Denmark FIFA World Cup Live Score 26/11/2022

Two teams with undeniable quality, but who will come out on top? France have the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Karim Benzema and Raphael Varane, but Denmark are no mugs either boasting a squad of stars such as Christian Eriksen, Kasper Schmeichel, Andreas Christensen and many more. This is arguably the biggest clash in Group D and will most likely decide who tops the entire group, so it’s safe to say there is a lot on the line. With this being said, you aren’t going to want to miss this one! So here we have how to watch, the TV Channel and live stream information for France against Denmark. Last year, it demonstrated remarkable tenacity in recovering from an opening-day defeat to Finland in the delayed 2020 European Championships, a game marred by the on-field cardiac arrest suffered by their star player, Christian Eriksen.

The same team would reach the semi-finals, where it would eventually be knocked out by a controversial extra-time Harry Kane penalty. For a country of fewer than six million people, Denmark’s men’s national football team has punched above its weight. The team, and the nation, announced themselves on the world stage in the ’80s and ’90s, earning the nickname “Danish Dynamite” and picking up a bronze in the 1984 European Championships before eventually winning the tournament in 1992. It was also during this period that several Danish players broke onto the international scene, including the Laudrup brothers, who between them won five La Liga titles and two Seria A titles, as well as Peter Schmeichel, widely considered one of the best goalkeepers of all time.

However, success at the European Championships failed to translate to the World Cup. The Danes first qualified for the tournament in 1984 but would only make it past the round of 16 once in 1998 when they were beaten by a star-studded Brazil team 3-2 in a scintillating quarter-final. At centre back, Denmark’s manager Kasper Hjulmand will likely pick the tried-and-tested duo of AC Milan’s Simon Kjaer and FC Barcelona’s Andreas Christensen. Joakim Mæhle, the Atalanta full-back who impressed during the 2020 European Championships with his trademark lung-bursting runs down the touchline and precise passing, is also expected to make the starting XI.

In defensive midfield, Denmark can call on their stalwart Thomas Delaney, who currently plies his trade for Spanish side Sevilla. He will be joined by Tottenham Hotspur’s Pierre-Emile Kordt Højbjerg and Manchester United’s Eriksen. Upfront Hjulmand has regularly fielded Kasper Dolberg, a 25-year-old forward currently on loan at Sevilla. Mikkel Damsgaard, who plays for Premier League side Brentford, will likely be deployed as a traditional winger on the left side. Veteran striker Martin Braithwaite, who recently moved from FC Barcelona to rivals Espanyol, is also likely to make an appearance.Denmark should progress from Group D, which includes Australia, France and Tunisia. They can draw confidence from recent victories over France and will fancy themselves against Australia.

Tunisia could prove formidable opposition depending on what team turns up on the day. The Eagles of Carthage have experienced an unpredictable form of late, reaching the 2021 Arab Cup Final but then crashing out of the African Cup of Nations quarter-finals to Burkina Faso a month later. If Denmark progress as runners-up in Group D, they could face Argentina, one of the tournament’s favourites. The U.S. Men’s team is placed in Group B — with England, Iran, and Wales — and will begin its World Cup run on Nov. 21 against Wales. The U.S. will then play England on Nov. 25 and wrap up group play against Iran on November 29. As for Mexico, the club is placed in Group C and will begin its World Cup run against Poland on Nov. 22. Mexico continues group play against Argentina on Nov. 26 and will wrap up the group stage on Nov. 30.

The top two clubs in each group advance to the knockout stage, which begins with the Round of 16 on Dec. 3. The quarterfinals will be played on Dec. 9, followed by the semifinals on Dec. 13, the third-place match on Dec. 17, and the championship on Dec. 18. The first match FOX40 will broadcast will be a matchup between Senegal and the Netherlands. All of the matches on FOX40 will be preceded by the special show, World Cup Today. A recap of the day’s action will be featured on another show, World Cup Tonight, at 12 a.m. after all of the day’s matches have finished. Below are the scheduled group stage matches that FOX40 will broadcast throughout November and December.

Event details:
NAME: France – Denmark
DATE: 26 Nov 2022
TIME: 16:00 UTC
VENUE: Stadium 974, Ras Abu Aboud, Qatar

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