The World Cup TV schedule is starting to take shape as the month-long footie fiesta dominates the box.
You can watch every single match from Qatar 2022 on the telly from the opening game of the tournament on Sunday, November 20 when the hosts face Ecuador right up to the final on Sunday, December 18.
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The BBC and ITV are sharing broadcasting duties in the United Kingdom while RTÉ boasts exclusive coverage in the Republic of Ireland.
You can find the latest World Cup odds and betting markets on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise the World Cup TV schedule is below.
World Cup TV schedule
December 5: Japan v Croatia (15:00) – BBC One/RTÉ2
December 5: Brazil v South Korea (19:00) – ITV1/RTÉ2
December 6: Morocco v Spain (15:00) – ITV1/RTÉ2
December 6: Portugal v Switzerland (19:00) – ITV1/RTÉ2
Today’s World Cup Tips
- Thommo’s 13/1 Japan v Croatia betting tips
- Perisic the key in this 19/1 Japan v Croatia Bet Builder
- Lawro’s World Cup predictions include an 8/1 correct score pick
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