World Cup tiebreakers, advancement scenarios and group standings


As the World Cup’s 32 teams complete their second round of group matches, the group allocation conditions will begin to become clear. Two teams from the eight teams will advance to the 16 teams, which will decide the participants in the finals on December 18.

Here is how the groups are placed in groups FIFA 2022 World Cup Rules:

1. Biggest number of points from three group matches (each team gets three points for a win and one for a draw).

2. Goal difference in all group matches.

3. Goals scored in all group games.

And if two or more teams are still tied after that? Here we go:

1. Maximum number of points scored in the group matches between the respective teams.

2. Goal difference from the group matches between the respective teams.

3. Goals scored in group matches between respective teams.

4. The number of points obtained for the conduct of fair play (yellow cards = minus-1; indirect red card, due to the second yellow card = minus-3, direct red card = minus-4, yellow card and direct red =) minus -5; Only one of the deductions applies to one player per game.

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World Cup schedule, standings and groups

And, in some, if there is still equality?

Then there will be a draw ceremony by the FIFA Organizing Committee.

Here are the standings of each team and the standings of teams that have completed two games. x – denotes a group that has achieved growth. y – indicates the team that got first place in the group. Z-refers to a group excluded from development.

Group A standards and conditions

Netherlands: The group favorites advance to the knockout stages with a win or draw against Qatar on Tuesday. If the Netherlands and Ecuador win their last game, the winner of Group A will be decided by the current game, starting with goal difference. If both matches on Tuesday end in a draw, the group will start on a goal-scoring basis.

Ecuador: Like the Netherlands, Ecuador are guaranteed a place in the knockout rounds with a win or draw on Tuesday.

Senegal: Defeat the African champions Ecuador and advance to the knockout round. It will be removed in bankruptcy. Senegal will need an unlikely win over Qatar’s Netherlands to have any chance of a draw with Ecuador. Senegal can still win the group by beating Ecuador and the Netherlands against Qatar.

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Qatar: The host nation cannot advance to the knockout round.

Group B standards and conditions

England: The group favorites advance to the knockout rounds with a win or draw against Wales on Tuesday. England can still go through with a loss to Wales depending on the result and other results. England will win the group with a win or a draw and an Iran-USA draw among other conditions. Depending on the other results, England could win the group with a loss.

Iran Iran will advance to the knockout rounds on Tuesday with a win against the United States, a win against the United States and England, or a draw with Wales. Iran win the group and England lose or draw with Wales. Iran will be destroyed by defeat by the United States.

United States: The Americans advance to the knockout round with a win over Iran on Tuesday. They will be eliminated with a loss or a draw against Iran. Although England will need to lose to Wales, they can still win the group with a win over Iran.

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Wales: Wales will go out with a loss or a draw against England. To get a realistic shot, Wales need to beat England and draw the Iran-USA game.

Group C standards and conditions

Group D standards and conditions

Group E standards and conditions

Group F standards and conditions

Group G standards and conditions

Group H standards and conditions

World Cup in Qatar

Latest: The United States drew 0-0 with England on Friday in their second World Cup game, setting up a must-lose group final against Iran. Read the highlights of the Group B match.

Political opposition: The looming backdrop for Iran’s World Cup campaign is a nationwide protest movement targeting the clerical leadership, and the tension is inescapable and continuing to spill over onto the field.

The main news It was Saudi Arabia against Argentina on Tuesday, now there is a scene in Brazil against Serbia in the 73rd minute. Richarlison’s superb goal gave Brazil a 2-0 win.

Perspective: The beautiful game is good. Bags full of cash are best. Read Sally Jenkins on the human rights crisis in Qatar.


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