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2022 World Cup: November 22nd schedule, best bets, how to watch

Lionel Messi leads Argentina in the 2022 World Cup
Argentina’s Lionel Messi, left, listens to the United Arab Emirates national anthem, during a friendly soccer match between Argentina and United Arab Emirates, at Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium, in Abu Dhabi, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

World Cup action continues on Tuesday with four games from groups C and D, including last year’s champion, France, and one of this year’s betting favorites, Argentina. We have the full schedule for the day, as well as breakdowns and our best bet for each match. 

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Argentina vs Saudi Arabia

  • Date: Tuesday, November 22nd
  • Time: 5 a.m. ET
  • Channel: FS1

Match Details

Argentina   Saudi Arabia
3rd  FIFA Ranking 51st
2nd place in CONMEBOL Qualification Group B Winners in AFC
17 Previous World Cup Appearances 5
Champions (1978,1986) Best Finish Round of 16 (1994)
-1600 Odds to make knockout stage +600

Betting Info 

Courtesy of Draftkings Sportsbook (see latest odds here)

  • SPREAD: Argentina -1.5 (-185)
  • OVER/UNDER: 2.5 goals (-145)
  • MONEY LINE: Argentina (-575), Saudi Arabia (+1700) Draw (+650)

Best Bet: 

Argentina seems like a sure-fire winner here, so there’s really no reason to place this bet on the money line as there really isn’t a lot to be gained. I also don’t feel confident enough in Saudi Arabia scoring here, so taking Argentina -1.5 makes the most sense if you’re placing this as a standalone bet. 

Denmark vs Tunisia

  • Date: Tuesday, November 22nd
  • Time: 8 a.m. ET
  • Channel: FS1

Match Details

Denmark   Tunisia
10th  FIFA Ranking 30th
Group F winner in UEFA Qualification Beat Mali in CAF 3rd Round
5 Previous World Cup Appearances 5
Quarterfinals (1998) Best Finish Group Stage
-280 Odds to make knockout stage +300

Betting Info 

Courtesy of Draftkings Sportsbook (see latest odds here)

  • SPREAD: Denmark -0.5 (-190)
  • OVER/UNDER: 1.5 goals (-245)
  • MONEY LINE: Denmark (-185), Tunisia (+600) Draw (+290)

Best Bet: 

I’m a big fan of Denmark’s chances to make a run in the 2022 World Cup, so I’m going to back them easily here to start off their journey. I think taking them at -0.5 (-190) to win is fine, but I would even go Denmark -1.5 (+170) if you wanted to get a little frisky.

 

Mexico vs Poland

  • Date: Tuesday, November 22nd
  • Time: 11 a.m. ET
  • Channel: FOX

Match Details

Mexico   Poland
13th  FIFA Ranking 26th
2nd place in CONCACAF Qualification Beat Sweden in UEFA Play-in
16 Previous World Cup Appearances 7
Quarterfinals (1970, 1986) Best Finish 3rd place (1974, 1982)
-120 Odds to make knockout stage -110

Betting Info 

Courtesy of Draftkings Sportsbook (see latest odds here)

  • SPREAD: Mexico -0.5 (+165)
  • OVER/UNDER: 1.5 goals (-205)
  • MONEY LINE: Mexico (+170), Poland (+190) Draw (+205)

Best Bet:

This is a tough one, and I hate to bet against my ancestral roots, but I think I have to take Mexico at -0.5 (+165). I think they’re just the slightly more well-rounded team, but I wouldn’t fault you for betting on the draw either. 

 

France vs Australia

  • Date: Tuesday, November 22nd
  • Time: 2 p.m. ET
  • Channel: FOX

Match Details

France   Australia
4th  FIFA Ranking 38th
Group D winner in UEFA Qualification Beat Peru in Play-in
15 Previous World Cup Appearances 5
Champions (1998,2018) Best Finish Round of 16 (2006)
-1400 Odds to make knockout stage +400

Betting Info 

Courtesy of Draftkings Sportsbook (see latest odds here)

  • SPREAD: France -1.5 (-125)
  • OVER/UNDER: 2.5 goals (-140)
  • MONEY LINE: France (-380), Australia (+1100) Draw (+500)

Best Bet:

France is in a little bit of disarray after losing one of its stars in Karim Benzema. Considering they weren’t in the best form coming into the tournament, I could see this being a rough start to the 2022 World Cup for France. Not rough in that they’ll lose this match, but just that they might not be as crisp as usual. I’ll take Australia +1.5 (+100) to keep this within two goals.  

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Kylian Mbappe leads France in the 2022 World Cup
Marcus Thuram, left, and Kylian Mbappe joke during a training session at the Jassim Bin Hamad stadium in Doha, Qatar, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. France will play their first match in the World Cup against Australia on Nov. 22. (AP Photo/Christophe Ena)

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