World Cup group D preview
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World Cup group D preview

the Premier League season is about to kick-off with the Community Shield match on Saturday. This means many of us will focus on club football from now on, but always with the World Cup at the end of the year in the back of our minds. Especially after England got to the semi-final in 2018 and lost the Euro 2020 final, people have their believe back in the England World Cup chances. Everybody can book their England World Cup tickets via our online football tickets marketplace. Now we’re going to look into Group D of Qatar 2022. This is a group with one of the favourites to win this tournament.

France

France is currently the holders of the World Cup. The reigning champions are second favourites by the bookies for the 2022 edition of this tournament. With Kylian Mbappe they’ve got one of the best players in the World. The only real problem for the French team is their own squad. Once in every few tournament, the French team has problems amongst themselves. If they can stay away from intrigues internal trouble, France should be able to compete for the trophy again.

Australia

Australia is one of the team that probably needs to settle with an battle for second place in Group D. The team is a mix between A-League players and players all over Europe. It’s going to be very interesting to see how strong this side really is. The A-League gets better each year, so we’re interested to see how this influences the national team.

Denmark

The Danish side is a very special one. Every football fan remembers the moment Christian Eriksen collapsed during the Euros. Now he’s back playing and made a move to Manchester United. The Danish side has been stronger than ever after that shocking moment and want to show it to the World in Qatar. Denmark most definitely wants to progress to the next round.

Tunisia

Tunisia is the most unknown team in this group. Young midfielder Hannibal Mejbri Is the one who plays for Manchester United. He is pretty much the most familiar name for most people in this team. Can they get out of this group?