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Uk News What time Argentina vs Saudi Arabia kicks off today, and how to watch live on TV United Kingdom news
22 November 2022 - 08:46

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Argentina are in action for the first time at Qatar 2022 today as the World Cup group stages really hit their stride.Four more matches are taking place on Tuesday, after England made a confident start to the tournament by dispatching Iran 6-2 yesterday.And the action is kicking off with an opportunity to see one of the all-time greats take to the world stage once more, in the form of Lionel Messi – here’s how to watch live.What time is Argentina vs Saudi Arabia today?Argentina vs Saudi Arabia kicks off at 10am (UK time – Qatar is three hours ahead) on Tuesday 22 November, with the match taking place at the 80,000-capacity Lusail Stadium.It is being shown live on ITV – the build-up starts at 9am, with Laura Woods presenting the coverage and commentary from Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon. Analysis in the studio will come from Joe Cole, Roy Keane and Graeme Souness.The 2022 World Cup is being broadcast on free-to-air television in the UK, with BBC and ITV sharing the rights.All matches are therefore also available to live stream for free on BBC iPlayer or, in the case of the Argentina game, the new ITVX streaming platform.Lionel Messi is in action at Qatar 2022 on Tuesday (Photo: Getty Images/Fifa)What can you expect from Argentina vs Saudi Arabia?Argentina enter the tournament on a 36-game unbeaten run and very much among the teams being talked about as potential championss.Lionel Scaloni’s side will be expected to lay down a marker against unfancied Saudi Arabia, who have failed to qualify from the group stage at the last four attempts.All eyes will be on Messi, who is at his fifth World Cup, having come closest to claiming the trophy when Argentina finished as runners-up in 2014.The 35-year-old Argentina captain stressed that he is in “good condition” ahead of his side’s opener at Monday’s pre-match press conference, adding that sitting out part of training recently was “just precautions”.Messi said: “I’m feeling very well, I’m very well physically, good condition.

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. I have no issues whatsoever.“I heard there were rumours about having to miss part of the training, or training apart from the team because of a blow – no, it was just precautions, nothing strange or out of the ordinary.”More on World Cup 2022The World Cup games on TV today, what channel they're on and when they kick off22 November, 2022When England are playing next at the World Cup and kick-off time vs USA explained22 November, 2022Mbappe needs this World Cup more than it needs him - football's golden boy has lost his shine22 November, 2022What other World Cup games are there today?The Argentina clash is followed by Denmark vs Tunisia in Group D, with a kick-off time of 1pm at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan.Again, this match will be shown on ITV, with Mark Pougatch taking over as presenter and Seb Hutchinson and John Hartson on commentary – build up starts at 12.10pm.At 4pm it’s time for Mexico vs Poland, which is taking place at Stadium 974 in Doha.The TV coverage switches to BBC One for the Group C clash, with coverage starting at 3.30pm. Gabby Logan anchors proceedings, with commentary from Pien Meulensteen and Martin Keown.Tuesday’s feast of football comes to an end with France vs Australia, which kicks off at 7pm at the Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah.Gary Lineker will host live coverage on BBC One from 6.30pm, with Jonathan Pearce and Danny Murphy providing commentary.

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