Qatar vs. Senegal: World Cup 2022 live stream, TV channel, online watch, selection, start time, odds

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After losing their opening game 2-0 to Ecuador, Qatar meet Senegal in the second game of Group A at Doha’s Al Thumama Stadium on Friday. The African side also lost 2-0 to a strong side from the Netherlands but proved they are a resilient side and until Cody Gakpo’s opener it looked like they would actually be competitive in this competition. However, this game will tell us if Senegal can cope with the absence of key striker Sadio Mane, who is injured and will miss the World Cup.

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How to see and odds

  • date: Friday, November 25 | time: 8 p.m. ET
  • location: Al Thumama Stadium – Doha, Qatar
  • TV: FS1 and Telemundo | Live broadcast: fuboTV (try for free)
  • Opportunities: Qatar +490, Tie +260, Senegal -160 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

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Team News

Qatar: The hosts of the competition got off to a difficult start, losing 2-0 to Ecuador. They are settled at the bottom of Group A ahead of Matchday 2, although they are at the hip with Senegal, who also lost 2-0 to the Netherlands. A win against Senegal would significantly increase the chances of qualifying, even if a draw didn’t completely close the door. You are eliminated with a defeat.

Senegal: Senegal opened Qatar 2022 with a disappointing 2-0 loss to the Netherlands. They went into the competition with high hopes after winning the Africa Cup of Nations earlier in the year. They miss their star player Sadio Mane but still have a strong enough squad to reach the round of 16. Senegal are in a similar position to Qatar: they need to win their last two games to be sure of progressing to the next stage, while a draw would make qualifying a challenge. If the Netherlands can win this game, Senegal could beat Ecuador in their last game and go through even if they get just one point against Qatar.

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If we look at the first matches of these teams, we can easily predict that Senegal is likely to win their first game of the competition after losing to Netherlands. Choose: Senegal 3, Qatar 0

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