The World Cup 2022 squads have been confirmed and you won’t want to miss a second of the month-long footie fiesta.
A total of 64 games will be played at Qatar 2022 over a 28-day period and it all kicks off with the hosts taking on Ecuador at 4pm on Sunday, November 20.
We can’t wait!
ITV and the BBC are sharing broadcasting duties in the United Kingdom while RTE carries the coverage in the Republic of Ireland.
But if you’re too cool for school and simply don’t own a telly box – what’s your living room furniture pointed at… – then how can you live stream all the action?
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Well, if you live in the UK then all the World Cup fixtures on ITV can be live streamed on the ITV Hub and all the BBC games can be accessed via the BBC iPlayer. Irish viewers can catch every match on the RTÉ Player.
You can see which games are on which channel by checking out Paddy’s ultimate World Cup TV schedule guide.
The latest World Cup odds and betting markets can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app.
And if you’re planning to have a punt then Paddy Power News is your one-stop shop for all your World Cup betting tips and World Cup predictions from the likes of Mark Lawrenson and Phil Thompson.
Paddy’s also dipping his hand into his pocket for an England World Cup betting offer by dishing out a completely free Bet Builder for every Three Lions match in Qatar. Result!
Wednesday’s World Cup Tips
- Lawro’s World Cup predictions feature a 7/1 correct score pick
- We’ve got a 6/1 Bet Builder for our Tunisia v France betting tips
- Thommo’s Poland v Argentina betting tips
- Our 9/1 Saudi Arabia v Mexico Bet Builder
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