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2022 Men’s World Cup: November 30 daily game thread — Argentina and Poland are through!; Tunisia stuns France 1-0; Australia downs Denmark 1-0

A tussle of legends as the bracket shapes up.

QATAR-AL RAYYAN-2022 WORLD CUP-GROUP C-POL VS KSA Photo by Ding Xu/Xinhua via Getty Images

The FIFA 2022 Men’s World Cup is upon us. Follow along the day-by-day action in each day’s game thread — even when Germany aren’t playing.

November 30

  • Group C: Poland vs Argentina | 2PM EST
  • Group C: Saudi Arabia vs Mexico | 2PM EST
  • Group D: Tunisia vs France | 10AM EST
  • Group D: Australia vs Denmark | 10AM EST

The next two groups take care of business. No teams are eliminated here. Former Bayern Munich and current FC Barcelona striker Robert Lewandowski finds his Poland team leading the group...but it'll be a clash of the superstars against Lionel Messi’s Argentina. Mexico have to win and make up -4 in goal differential on Poland, while Saudi Arabia look capable of progressing also.

France are confirmed and Australia have three points! Tottenham Hotspur’s Pierre-Emile Højbjerg will lead Denmark against the Socceroos. The Danes look favorites to progress, but they’ll have a job to do.

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If you’d like to check back on our pre-tournament predictions and have a laugh about how badly we got it wrong, we’ve got you covered:

Groups A & B | Groups C & D | Groups E & F | Groups G & H

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