World Cup 2022 – Group F fixtures, results, tables and UK TV channels | The Sun

THE World Cup gets underway in a matter of days and SunSport have been taking a look at what we can expect from each group.

The group could prove to be one of the most competitive in the whole tournament.

It all kicks off when Morocco face Croatia while Belgium will look to defeat Alphonso Davies' Canada on the same day.

The final match of the group could prove to be one of the biggest of the group stages, with Belgium and Croatia coming head to head in what could be the match which decides who finishes top of the group at the World Cup.

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Group F teams

  1. Belgium
  2. Croatia
  3. Canada
  4. Morocco

Group F fixtures

Wednesday, November 23

  • Morocco vs Croatia (10am)
  • Belgium vs Canada (7pm)

Sunday, November 27

  • Belgium vs Morocco (1pm)
  • Croatia vs Canada (4pm)

Thursday, December 1

  • Croatia vs Belgium (3pm)
  • Canada vs Morocco (3pm)

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What TV channel are they on?

  • Morocco vs Croatia (ITV)
  • Belgium vs Canada (BBC One)
  • Belgium vs Morocco (BBC One)
  • Croatia vs Canada (BBC One)
  • Croatia vs Belgium (BBC One)
  • Canada vs Morocco (BBC Two)

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