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The men’s 2022 FIFA World Cup group stage draw took place Friday at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center in Qatar. The event starts on November 21.

Sources have confirmed; that each group consists of four teams who will face each other in a round-robin format beginning on November 21. The top two teams from each group proceed to the knockout Round and continue competing until a champion is proclaimed on December 18.

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Cafu (Brazil), Lothar Matthaus (Germany), Jay-Jay Okocha (Nigeria), Tim Cahill (Australia), Adel Ahmed MalAllah (Qatar), Ali Daei (Iran), Bora Milutinovic (Serbia/Mexico), and Rabah Madjer are the eight former players and managers who conducted the draw. 

Here’s a look at all eight of the 32-team field’s pools:

Group A involves Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, and the Netherlands; Group B contains England, IR Iran, the United States, and Wales; Group C covers Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, and Poland; Group D includes France, Australia, Denmark, and Tunisia; Group E consists Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, and Japan; and Group F represents Belgium, Canada, Morocco, and Croatia. Furthermore, Group G comprises Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon, Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, and the Korea Republic falls into Group H.

The group phase will run from November 21 through December 2. The knockout stage will begin on December 3-6 with the Round of 16.

The quarterfinals will be played on December 9 and 10, followed by the semifinals on December 13 and 14. The playoff for third place will occur on December 17, one day before the championship game.

France, which won its second World Cup title in Russia four years ago, was placed in Group D with Denmark, Tunisia, and the winner of an intercontinental playoff round.

After an undefeated eight-match run through its UEFA qualification group, France is again among the tournament’s top contenders. Still, there is no shortage of opponents trying to dethrone Les Bleus.

Brazil, Spain, England, Germany, Argentina, and Belgium are among the other top candidates, alongside the usual suspects such as England, Germany, Argentina, and Belgium.

The competition lacks a clear favorite, and in the absence of such a force, the question is whether an unexpected victor could emerge from a large pool of sleepers.

This is the goal of fans of the United States men’s national team, which qualified for the World Cup this week after a rocky qualification campaign.

On the tournament’s opening day, the United States will face Wales, who won an intercontinental playoff against Scotland and Ukraine.

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According to the reports, As the Qatar 2022, World Cup approaches, the early months of this season will be crucial for players seeking to stake a claim, achieve top form, or maintain fitness.

McKennie is an important player for the United States, and while he should heal in time for the tournament, it is a concern that he will have a delayed start to the season.

The World Cup of 2022 has the potential to be one of the most surprising big competitions in recent memory. Numerous variables are in play, including the vast number of clubs with a chance to hoist the trophy, the event’s peculiar time during the European club season, and the possibility of Qatar’s mild climate playing a role.

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