There are only four games remaining as we hit the semi-final stage. That’s right, 60 games have come and gone at the 2022 World Cup and now just four teams remain in contention for FIFA’s tournament in the Gulf, one that has delivered shocks, surprises and plenty of talking points thus far.
Morocco and France joined Argentina and Croatia in the semi-final stage after overcoming Portugal and England on Saturday with 1-0 and 2-1 wins respectively.
All four sides will be hoping to secure a place in the December 18 final as semi-final stage gets underway next Tuesday as Argentina face Croatia at the Lusail Iconic Stadium and France facing Morocco the following night at the Al Bayt Stadium.
As for today, the 2022 World Cup takes a well earned breather as players, backroom staff and media take time out to gather their thoughts and prepare themselves ahead of the final games.
When are the World Cup semi-finals?
13 December: Lusail Stadium: Argentina-Croatia 2:00 pm ET / 11:00 am PT (SF1)
14 December: Al Bayt Stadium: France-Morocco 2:00 pm ET / 11:00 am PT (SF2)
Third Place play-off
17 December: Khalifa International: Loser SF1-Loser SF2 10:00 am ET / 07:00 am PT
When is the World Cup final?
18 December: Lusail Stadium: Winner SF1-Winner SF2 10:00 am ET / 07:00 am PT