World Cup 2022 preview group F
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World Cup 2022 preview group F

With the Premier League back in full flow, fans of English football are getting warmed up for the WC in Qatar. We’ve got loads of England World Cup tickets available for those who are looking for some. In this series we decided to preview on every single group which came out of the draw. Last week group E was discussed, this time we will talk about the slightly less strong Group F.


For years the Belgium team was seen as one of golden generation. With the likes of Courtois, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Hazard, De Bruyne and Lukaku, they had some quality players in every line. Unfortunately for the Belgium team, they couldn’t get some silverware. This time the question is if the teams is over the hill. The players are getting older and lost some quality. This is the very last chance for this current squad to do big things. They should be able to get through to the knockout stages of this tournament.


Four years ago Croatia reached the final of the World Cup. It will be very hard for them to repeat this amazing achievement. Modric is still the most important player in this Croatia team and just like the Belgium players, he’s getting a bit older now. The expectation is Croatia needs to fight for the second place in this group with the two remaining teams.


Morocco is a bit of an unknown side at this moment. The moment we’re writing this article, they just sacked their manager Vahid Halilhodzic> He was a manager that divided opinion in Morocco. The fact he left some important players like Hakim Ziyech and Noussair Mazraoui out of the squad because of some heated arguments, doesn’t go well amongst the fans. It will be very interesting to see who’s going to replace him and if he can persuade Hakim Ziyech to return playing for the national team. With his quality, he can be the difference between finishing 2nd and 3rd in this group.


Canada is another unknown team in this group. It’s only the second time that Canada qualitfied for the World Cup. The first time being in 1986, which means most of the current squad hasn’t even seen their country during a World Cup tournament. Bayern Munich defender Alphonso Davies is the big star in this team. Is he able to get Canada through to the next round?