La Roja will face Germany and Japan and make their debut against Costa Rica, the winner of the CONCACAF-Oceania play-offs.
he comes Qatar World Cup 2022, a tournament that promises to bring together millions of football fans from around the world. Again 32 teams have their place in the final phase of the tournament and are divided into 8 groups of 4 teams to play the first round of the tournament
Group E will be half way through this stage as it will not compete until November 23 and the penultimate day of this round will be decided on December 1, just 17 days before the grand final that all teams aim to play.
Group E World Cup Qatar 2022: dates, fixtures, schedules and TV
- E1: Spain
- E2: Costa Rica
- E3: Germany
- E4: Japan
Spain has positive precedents in its favor against the rivals it will face in the group stage of the next World Cup.
Against Costa Rica, the first opponent, the Spanish team was victorious the last time they played against them. The selection of Keylor Navas cost a small hand in a preliminary friendly match for the match against Russia to be held in La Rosaleda (Málaga) in November 2017. To compromise, Those led by Luis Fernando Suárez had to beat New Zealand in the play-off between North America and Oceania.
Much more recent is the last game against Germany on that last day of the League of Nations. Like the others already mentioned, ended with a scandalous victory (6-0) that gave the passport to the Final Four in Italy. Morata opened the way for Ferrán Torres, with another hat-trick, Rodrigo Hernández and Oyarzabal to beat Neuer.
To find the last time Spain faced Japan, you have to go back to 2001when both played a friendly match in El Arcángel de Córdoba that ended with a Spanish win at least 1–0. Baraja gave a thrilling triumph in the discount.
- In Spain, the parties can be seen through RTVE.
In Mexico you can follow the World Cup matches via signals from Azteca 7, TUDN and Sky Sports. For Argentina, there are options for DeporTV, TyC Sports and DirecTV Sports. In Chile it will be shown on Channel 13, Chilevisión and DirecTV. For Colombia, Caracol TV, RCN Televisión and DirecTV can be tuned.
Finally, in Spain, the matches are broadcast on TVE.
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