Qualifying Qatar 2022 Africa and Europe today, Saturday, November 13 LIVE: programming, hours and TV channels to watch live

Karim Benzema (l) and Antoine Griezmann celebrate a goal for the French national team in a file photo. EFE / EPA / Alex Pantling.

South America is not the only continent that has had dates of World Cup qualifiers on these days, Africa and europe They are not far behind and today they have a day full of matches in which the teams will seek to score points to move up within their group or keep leading the team.

One of the most attractive matches of the qualifying day in Europe is that of France vs. Kazakhstan. Let us remember that France is the current world champion after winning the world championship Russia 2018 and remains a leader in Group D with 12 points, while Kazakhstan is at the end of it, having only added a total of 3 points.

TODAY’S SCHEDULE

Qualifying Qatar 2022 – Africa

8:00 a.m. Malawi vs. Cameroon – ESPN 2, Star +

8:00 a.m. Zambia vs. Mauritania – Star +

11:00 a.m. Cape Verde vs. Central Africa – Star +

11:00 a.m. Equatorial Guinea vs. Tunisia – Star +

11:00 a.m. Liberia vs. Nigeria – ESPN 2, Star +

2:00 p.m. Ivory Coast vs. Mozambique – Star +

Qualifying Qatar 2022 – Europe

9:00 p.m. Boznia vs. Finlandia

12:00 p.m. Norway vs. Latvia – DirecTV Sports 610 and 1610

12:00 p.m. Turkey vs. Gibraltar – DirecTV Sports 612 and 1612

2:45 p.m. Belgium vs. Estonia

2:45 p.m. France vs. Kazakhstan – ESPN, Star +

2:45 p.m. Montenegro vs. Holland – DirecTV Sports 610 and 1610

2:45 p.m. Wales vs. Belarus – DirecTV Sports 612 and 1612

CHANNELS TO TUNE

As you can see, most of them can be enjoyed from Star +, ESPN, ESPN 2 and DirecTV Sports on channels 610, 1610, 612 and 1612.

CLASSIFIED

Let us remember that in both continents the Playoffs with the format of groups and not all against all as in South America. However, in Europe they are already in the last act of this phase. Currently, the only European teams that already have a guaranteed ticket to Qatar 2022 son Germany and Denmark. Those who are almost with one foot inside the World Cup and will be defined in these last matches are those of France, England and Belgium.

On the other hand, in South America it already has its first classified and is the leader of the Table with a total of 34 points: Brazil. The Cariocas got their definitive pass to the next World Cup after beating the Colombian team on Thursday the 11th for the date 13 of the South American Qualifiers. The classification was not spared from controversy, especially due to the reprehensible behavior that Neymar had during the match.

HOW ARE THE QUOTES DIVIDED TO QATAR 2022?

Know the distribution of the sports institutions that are in charge of the rules for each region. This is how the official division for this World Cup would be:

Conmebol (South America): 4.5 places

UEFA (Europe): 13 places

AFC (Asia): 4.5 places

CAF (Africa): 5 places

Concacaf (North America, Central America and the Caribbean): 3.5 places

OFC (Oceania): 0.5 places

WHEN DOES THE 2022 QATAR WORLD CUP START?

All the fans must be counting the days since there is exactly one year to go before the start of the greatest football party. Qatar 2022 It will be held from November 21 to November 18 of next year. A super important fact is that Peruvians will be able to travel to the World Cup venue without needing a visa.

KEEP READING

Schedule of matches for today, Saturday, November 13 LIVE: schedules and TV channels to watch live
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