Where: Ahmed bin Ali Stadium
Time: 11 a.m. PST
TV: Ch. 11, Telemundo, Peacock
The buzz: This World Cup could be the last, best chance at glory for Belgium’s golden generation, a collection of players that includes Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Axel Witsel and Thibaut Courtois, all of who are over 30.
Although Belgium finished third in Russia four years ago and came to Qatar ranked second in the world behind only Brazil, it has been overlooked among the favorites.
After winning the CONCACAF qualifying tournament, Canada is back in the World Cup for just the second time — and first since 1986, when it dropped all three games without scoring a goal. This team has a young core led by Bayern Munich winger Alphonso Davies and Lille forward Jonathan David, both 22. The roster also includes 11 players from MLS.
Here’s a preview of each of the eight groups at the 2022 World Cup, along with how to watch every game on TV and streaming services (FIFA world rankings in parentheses):