What time and on which channel to watch the Sunday 27 November matches?

A new day for football this World Cup period! Indeed, on Sunday, November 27, the teams of Groups E and F will play their second match in the World Cup in Qatar. At the beginning of the day, football fans will be able to follow the match between Japan and Costa Rica starting at 11 am. On paper, a world facing these two countries since the first made a sensation in this competition by dominating Germany (1-2), while its opponent conceded seven goals against Spain without scoring just one. After lunch, from 2 pm, a highly anticipated match between Belgium and Morocco will follow. The two countries show a more similar level and the game should be fun. The fact that a large Moroccan community lives in Belgium should add a little salt to this confrontation.

Once this match has been digested, viewers can immerse themselves in the Croatia/Canada, which will begin at 5 p.m. If these two picks can’t win their first match, the first having conceded a tie and the second narrowly defeated by Belgium, they will be eager to win the second match. Thus, the all-important stake promises football fans a breathtaking encounter. Finally, the icing on the cake, the last meeting of the day will be the opposition, at 8pm, of Spain to Germany, two great nations of European football. Two relatively similar teams, trying to rebuild a selection around young talent. However, at the start of the World Cup, the success was not the same. Indeed, the Germans suffered a surprising defeat against Japan, while Spain dominated Costa Rica (7-0).

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The Japan-Costa Rica match will follow on Sunday 27 November from 11am on beIN Sports 1.

The Belgium-Morocco match on Sunday, November 27, can be watched from 2pm, on beIN Sports 1 and TF1.

The Croatia-Canada match will follow on Sunday, November 27 from 5pm on BeIN Sports 1.

The match between Spain and Germany on Sunday, November 27, can be watched from 8pm, on beIN Sports 1 and TF1.


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