World Cup viewer's guide for Qatar

A final opportunity for Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Back on the greatest platform of them all is Kylian Mbappé. Brazil is seeking a record-breaking sixth victory.

After the qualification round ended, anticipation is growing for one of the most widely awaited World Cups in recent memory, in Qatar, both for reasons off the field and those on it.

32 teams, 64 games, and 29 days. the Middle East's first World Cup.

The competition begins on November 20 and concludes on December 18.When the tournament begins in the smallest nation to have ever hosted a World Cup

where some supporters will be lodging in floating hotels when they travel there to watch the games, here are a few things to keep an eye out for:

Brazil (No. 1 in FIFA ranking). Belgium (No. 2). Argentina (No. 3).France (No. 4). England (No. 5).

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