Qatar will face Senegal in their World Cup Group A match on Friday, 25 November 2022, at 13:00 GMT. Here’s how to watch Qatar vs Senegal live stream free online.
For the first time ever, the World Cup hosts lost their opening game in the tournament. Qatar lost 0-2 to Ecuador, leaving a bad impression as the Qatari team was expected to do better. It’s important for them to make the best of it and perform much better in the second game against Senegal.
On the other hand, Senegal performed well in the opening game of the World Cup against the Netherlands. Against the staffing gap, the Africans did not simply defend but created chances. However, they conceded twice in the final period and lost 0-2. The Senegalese will now prepare for their game against Qatar, where only victory will satisfy them.
What time is Qatar vs Senegal World Cup match?
- Group A
- Location: Doha, Qatar
- Stadium: Al Thumama Stadium
- Date: Friday, 25 November
- Kick-off Time: 13:00 GMT / 08:00 ET / 05:00 PT
What TV channel is Qatar vs Senegal on?
Where to watch Qatar vs Senegal on TV in the UK:
- BBC Sport Web, BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 5 Live, Talksport 2 Radio UK
Where to watch Qatar vs Senegal on TV in the USA:
- SiriusXM FC, Peacock, Telemundo, Foxsports.com, Fox Sports 1, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
Where to watch Qatar vs Senegal on TV in Canada
- TSN.ca, TSN1, RDS App, RDS, TSN5, TSN3, TSN4 and the TSN App
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