World Cup 2022 Fact: How every team can be reach to the round of 16

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At the 2022 World Cup, the group round is still ongoing as 16 teams compete to get to the knockout round.

Here, we examine what each country must do in order to break free of its group and maintain the Qatari ideal.

France is qualified (1/16).

Qatar was eliminated on 1/16.

TIEBREAKERS

If two or more teams have an equal number of points, they will be divided in the order listed below:

1) Difference in overall group aim
2) Total goals scored by the group
3) The head-to-head (H2H) outcome
4) The clubs’ goal differentials in all meetings are still equal.
5) The teams are still tied based on goals scored in head-to-head competition.
6) Points for fair play
7) A lot is drawn

– Described: How World Cup tiebreakers function.

Following the second round of matches in each group, complete team-by-team permutations will be available.

– News and features | Schedule | Squads for the 2022 World Cup

Tuesday (10 a.m. ETGROUP )’s A matches are Ecuador vs. Senegal and Netherlands vs. Qatar.

Group A

GP W D L GD PTS
1 – Netherlands 2 1 1 0 +2 4
2 – Ecuador 2 1 1 0 +2 4
3 – Senegal 2 1 0 1 0 3
4 – Qatar 2 0 0 2 -4 0
Top two countries qualify for round of 16

With a win or a tie against Qatar, the Netherlands will automatically qualify. a loss will also qualify you if Ecuador wins.

If Senegal and Ecuador tie, Ecuador wins the group with five points, while the Netherlands and Senegal each have four points if Netherlands loses:
If Netherlands lose to Qatar by one goal, they will unquestionably qualify.

– Group goals scored will determine the outcome if Netherlands lose to Qatar by two goals. Netherlands comes in second place on head-to-head if this is a tie.
– If Netherlands loses by three goals or more, they are eliminated.

If both teams lose, second place will be determined by goal difference, which is currently equal between the two teams, followed by goals scored; if records are also equal, second place is determined by fair play (yellow and red cards).

If Ecuador defeats Senegal, they will automatically qualify. If they lose, they can only advance if Netherlands loses as well, in which case the goal differential scenario described above would apply.

If Ecuador and the Netherlands tie, first place will be decided by goal differential before goals scored. If this is the same, the winner is determined by fair play points.

Senegal: With a victory vs Ecuador, they will undoubtedly qualify. If Netherlands loses and the aforementioned goal-difference and head-to-head scenarios then apply, a draw will also suffice. can win and win the group if the Netherlands draw or lose.

Qatar: You’ve been fired.

Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. ET, there are two more Group B matches: Iran vs. the United States and Wales vs. England.

Group B

GP W D L GD PTS
1 – England 2 1 1 0 +4 4
2 – Iran 2 1 0 1 -2 3
3 – USA 2 0 2 0 0 2
4 – Wales 2 0 1 1 -2 1
Top two countries qualify for round of 16

England: The only way to be eliminated is by a crushing loss against Wales. If Iran wins or the USA wins by at least four goals, Iran will win and the USA will take first place in the group with a draw.

England can lose by up to three goals and still finish second if Iran or the USA win. If Iran or the USA win and England loses by four goals or more, England will finish second to Wales.

As long as England doesn’t lose by four goals and Iran draws with the United States, they will win the group. Wales will take first place in the group, with England finishing second, if England loses by four or five goals. In order for England to possibly finish third behind Iran, they would need to lose by six goals or more.

Iran: If they defeat the United States, they will finish in the top two, and if England draws or loses, they will win the group. If Wales loses or draws, a draw will suffice for Iran as well. Iran cannot continue after losing.

United States: To proceed, Iran must be defeated. if England loses to Wales, they can win the group (or if England draw and USA win by four or more goals.)

Wales: To finish in the top two, they must defeat England and hope that Iran and the United States draw. If they defeat England by four or more goals, they may also win the group. Wales must defeat England by four goals or more in order to finish ahead of USA or Iran if they win.

GROUP C’s remaining games on Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. ET are Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico and Poland vs. Argentina.

Group C

GP W D L GD PTS
1 – Poland 2 1 1 0 +2 4
2 – Argentina 2 1 0 1 +1 3
3 – S. Arabia 2 1 0 1 -1 3
4 – Mexico 2 0 1 1 -2 1
Top two countries qualify for round of 16

Poland must draw with Argentina in order to advance. will win the group if they triumph, or the group if they draw or lose against Saudi Arabia.

If Poland loses and Saudi Arabia draws, Poland will finish second if they lose by one to two goals, second if they lose by three goals, second if they lose by four or more goals (if records are identical, Poland finishes second on head to head), and third if they lose by more than four goals.

If Saudi Arabia triumphs and Poland loses, Poland is eliminated.

Argentina: If they defeat Poland, they will automatically qualify, and if Saudi Arabia draws or loses, they will qualify as group winners. Argentina currently leads Saudi Arabia by two goals in goal-difference, but if both teams win, the winner will be determined by group goal difference and goals scored. Saudi Arabia would win the group on head-to-head if the scoring records were the same.

Only if Saudi Arabia also draws are they guaranteed to qualify if they draw against Poland. Argentina will be eliminated if Saudi Arabia wins and Argentina draws (Saudi Arabia and Poland qualify). If Mexico wins by three goals, it will be decided by group goal difference first, followed by goals scored (if records are identical, Argentina finishes second on head to head); if Mexico wins by four goals, Mexico are second and Argentina third. If Argentina draws and Mexico wins by one or two goals, Argentina finishes second and Mexico third.

If Argentina loses, they will be disqualified.

Saudi Arabia: If they defeat Mexico, they will automatically qualify, and if Poland and Argentina tie, they will qualify as group champions. As mentioned above, the top slot will be decided if Saudi Arabia and Argentina both triumph.

Only if Argentina loses will Saudi Arabia be guaranteed to qualify if they draw with Mexico. If Saudi Arabia draws and Poland loses by one or two goals, Saudi Arabia is eliminated; if Saudi Arabia draws and Poland loses by three goals, second place is determined by the group goal difference and goals scored (if the teams have identical records, Poland finishes second on head to head); and if Poland loses by four or more goals, Saudi Arabia is placed second.

If Mexico defeats Saudi Arabia or if both games are draws, Saudi Arabia is disqualified.

Mexico: To qualify, they must defeat Saudi Arabia, and a victory of four goals or more is required.

Mexico comes in second place if Poland and Mexico triumph.

Mexico would have to overcome a four-goal deficit if Poland loses and Mexico wins, with Poland taking second place based on group goal difference and goals scored.

Argentina and Mexico will compete for second place on the basis of group goal differential and goals scored if Poland and Argentina draw. If records are identical, Argentina finishes second on head-to-head; if Mexico wins by three goals or more, they finish second and Argentina third. If Mexico wins by four goals or more, they finish second and Argentina third.

GROUP D

Upcoming games on Wednesday (10 a.m. ET) include Tunisia vs. France and Australia vs. Denmark.

Group D

GP W D L GD PTS
1 – France 2 2 0 0 +4 6
2 – Australia 2 1 0 1 -2 3
3 – Denmark 2 0 1 1 -1 1
4 – Tunisia 2 0 1 1 -1 1
Top two countries qualify for round of 16

 

France: Has already advanced to the round of 16, and if they win or draw against Tunisia, or if Australia loses against Denmark, they will unquestionably finish first in their group. In the event that France loses and Australia wins, the Socceroos would need to overcome a six-goal deficit in order to claim first place.

Australia: If they defeat Denmark, they will definitely place in the top two. If Tunisia loses or draws their match with France, it will also qualify with a tie. If Tunisia wins and Australia draws, Tunisia will finish second on goal differential. A loss would prevent Australia from qualifying.

Denmark: Must triumph; if Tunisia draws or loses, it will come in second. If Tunisia and Denmark tie, the second-place finisher will be determined by fair play points because the head-to-head score is equal. If neither team wins, the second-place finisher will be determined by goal difference (both teams are now on -1) and then goals scored.

Tunisia: If Australia and Denmark draw, they must win in order to finish second. Second place will be decided as stated above if Denmark wins. If Australia wins, Tunisia is disqualified.

E Group
current fixtures
Spain vs. Germany, Sunday at 2:00 p.m.

Thursday at 2:00 PM ET: Costa Rica vs. Germany, and Japan vs. Spain

Group E

GP W D L GD PTS
1 – Spain 1 1 0 0 +7 3
2 – Japan 2 1 0 1 0 3
3 – Costa Rica 2 1 0 1 -6 3
4 – Germany 1 0 0 1 -1 0
Top two countries qualify for round of 16

After Costa Rica’s unexpected 1-0 victory over Japan, no nation can advance or be eliminated on Sunday.

However, if Spain defeats Germany, they will seize total control of the group. It will imply that Luis Enrique’s group will advance and be victorious with just a point against Japan on Thursday.

Gerany would still be in a competitive position even if they lost to Spain.

Germany would still qualify if Japan lost to Spain on Thursday if Hansi Flick can lead his team to victory over Costa Rica.
All four nations would enter the final group games with three points if Germany can defeat Spain, and the European teams would be the heavy favorites to claim the top two spots.

GROUP F

current fixtures
Belgium will play Morocco on Sunday (8 a.m. ET).
Croatia vs. Canada, Sunday (11 a.m. ET).

On Thursday (10 a.m. ET), Canada will play Morocco, and Croatia will play Belgium.

Group F

GP W D L GD PTS
1 – Belgium 1 1 0 0 0 3
2 – Croatia 1 0 1 0 0 1
3 – Morocco 1 0 1 0 0 1
4 – Canada 1 0 0 1 0 0
Top two countries qualify for round of 16

Belgium: If they defeat Morocco and Croatia and Canada draw later in the day, they will win their group and advance to the round of 16.

If Canada loses to Croatia, they will be eliminated.

On Friday, neither Croatia nor Morocco can advance nor be eliminated.

GROUP G

current fixtures
Serbia vs. Cameroon on Monday at 5 a.m.
Brazil vs. Switzerland, Monday (11 a.m. ET)

Serbia vs. Switzerland, Cameroon vs. Brazil, and Friday (2 p.m. ET)

Group G

GP W D L GD PTS
1 – Brazil 1 1 0 0 +2 3
2 – Switzerland 1 1 0 0 +1 3
3 – Cameroon 1 0 0 1 -1 0
4 – Serbia 1 0 0 1 -2 0
Top two countries qualify for round of 16

Brazil: With a victory over Switzerland, Brazil can secure a spot in the round of 16 if Serbia wins or draws against Cameroon.

Switzerland: Should Cameroon defeat Serbia or draw with them, a victory over Brazil would guarantee Switzerland a spot in the round of 16.

Cameroon: Cameroon will be eliminated if they lose to Serbia or if Brazil draws.

Serbia: Should Serbia lose to Cameroon and Switzerland win or draw, Serbia would be eliminated.

GROUP H

current fixtures
Ghana will play South Korea on Monday at 8 a.m. ET.
Portugal vs. Uruguay, Monday at 2:00 PM ET

Ghana takes on Uruguay on Friday (10 a.m. ET), and South Korea plays Portugal.

Group H

GP W D L GD PTS
1 – Portugal 1 1 0 0 +1 3
2 – South Korea 1 0 1 0 0 1
3 – Uruguay 1 0 1 0 0 1
4 – Ghana 1 0 0 1 -1 0
Top two countries qualify for round of 16

Portugal: If they defeat Uruguay, they will advance to the round of 16, winning their group in the event that South Korea and Ghana tie earlier in the day.

Ghana: If they lose versus South Korea, they’ll be eliminated.

On Friday, South Korea and Uruguay cannot advance or be eliminated.




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