The Morocco For the story, the Canada For Pride: Two different reasons, but it will liven up the match valid for Day 3 of the group stage Qatar 2022. For the African national team, after their opening defeat and victory against Belgium, a win is enough for the round of 16; The Canucks have already been eliminated due to the two defeats they have collected so far, but still want to say goodbye to the World Cup.
Morocco-Canada kick-off Thursday 1st December at 4.00pm.
Canada-Morocco can be watched on Rai Sport (Channel 58) via Smart TV, console (PS4, PS5 or XBOX One), live streaming on tablets and smartphones, via the RaiPlay app or directly in a browser via your PC.
Television channels: Roy Sport (Channel 58)
Current format – Qatar 2022
News from Canada
Despite already certified elimination, Coach Herdman doesn’t want to experiment and will rely on the same men who have been working up until now. Alphonso Davies will slot in at five on the left of midfield and Bucham on the right. Eustaquio will have to manage the situation in midfield, while the attacking tandem of Laurin and David will operate.
Canada (3-5-2): Borian; Johnston, Victoria, Miller; Buchanan, Hutchinson, Eustace, Davies, Lauria; David, Lauren. Technical Commissioner: John Herdman.
News from Morocco
After the alleged illness, Bounou is ready to return to the ranks of the Moroccan team, which can also rely on the wings of Hakimi and Mazroui. Amrabat will operate in the control room, while the attacking trident will once again be composed of playmaker Jeyech on the right, Boufal on the left and N-Nesiri in the centre.
Morocco (4-3-3): Bounou; Hakimi, Saiss, Aguerd, Mazraoui; Ounahi, S. Amrabat, Amallah; Jeech, N-Nesiri, Boufal. Technical Commissioner: Valid recruit.
It’s surprising — and sometimes sad — to see a young and bold team like Canada bid an early farewell to the World Cup. As shown above all with Belgium, Herdmann’s national team have the ability but not the experience; So in a game where he has nothing to lose, he can show off all his skills. However, Morocco is one step away from the second qualification round in its history.
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