Poland vs Saudi Arabia World Cup time, live stream, TV channel, lineups, odds for FIFA Qatar 2022 game

Poland, which produced one of the biggest football shocks ever at the start of the 2022 World Cup, is next on Saudi Arabia’s hit list.

The team, ranked 51 in the world, meet a striker from Argentina captain Lionel Messi in Poland’s skipper Robert Lewandowski, who missed a penalty for his side in a resounding 0-0 draw with Mexico.

With an injured Argentina still to come, Lewandowski and his team-mates will see this as a must-play game.

So you can follow all the action in the major global territories.

MORE: Poland vs Saudi Arabia predictions, odds, betting tips and best bets for clash in group stage of World Cup 2022

Poland vs. Saudi Arabia Live Stream, TV Channels

The game will start at 4pm local time and will take place at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, which opened in November 2021, has an 80,000 capacity and will also host the finals of the tournament.

date time TV channel stream
United States of America Saturday 26 Nov 8:00 a.m. ET FS1, Telemundo fuboTV,
Fox Sports website/app,
Telemundo Deportes site/app,
peacock
Canada Saturday 26 Nov 8:00 a.m. ET TSN, CTV, RDS (French) TSN Site/App, CTV Site/App,
RDS app
United Kingdom Saturday 26 Nov 13:00 GMT ITV, STV ITVX, STV Player
Australia Sunday 27 Nov 00:00 ADT SBS SBS on call
India Saturday 26 Nov 18:30 CET sports18 Voot, JioTV
Hong Kong Saturday 26 Nov 21:00 CET Now TV (chap. 616, 618) TV now
Malaysia Saturday 26 Nov 21:00 CET Astro AstroGO
Singapore Saturday 26 Nov 21:00 CEST StarHub (chapter 251/252), Sintel TV MeWatch, SingleTV GO,
CAST, StarHub TV+
New Zealand Sunday 27 Nov 02:00 NZDT Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports Sky Go, Sky Sports NOW

MORE: Watch every World Cup game live with fuboTV (free trial only in US)

Line-up Poland vs. Saudi Arabia

Derby County Midfielder Kristian Bielik injured after coming on as a half-time substitute in Poland’s draw with Mexico.

Bielik is expected to be ready to appear against Saudi Arabia while he is a defender Bartosz Bereszynskiwho was considered a big doubt but started the opener seems to have put his injury worries behind him.

Expected line-up of Poland (4-1-4-1, from right to left): 1 Szczesny (GK) — 2 Cash, 15 Glik, 14 Kiwior, 18 Berezynski — 10 Krychowiak — 13 Kaminski, 20 Zielinski, 19 Szymanski, 21 Zalewski — 9 Lewandowski

left behind Yasser Al-Shahrani was stretched out in the final minutes of Saudi Arabia’s incredible win over Argentina after colliding with goalkeeper Mohammed Alowais.

Scans have reportedly revealed a broken jaw and facial bones, as well as internal bleeding. Alowais has since had emergency surgery on the injury and the defender is likely to be out for the remainder of the tournament.

Expected line-up for Saudi Arabia (4-3-3, right to left): 21st Alowais (GK) — 12th Abdulhamid, 17th Tambakti, 5th Albulayhi, 3rd Madu — 7th Alfaraj, 8th Almalki, 23 Kanno — 9 Albrikan, 11 Alshehri, 10 Aldawsari

Poland vs Saudi Arabia Odds

Despite Saudi Arabia’s sensational start to the tournament, Poland – 26 places ahead of them globally – still have a chance of their first win.

Saudi Arabia’s strong chances of a second win will surely appeal to viewers who believe they can repeat their outstanding performance against Argentina – and a second win would see them through to the last 16 for the first time since 1994.

Odds on BetMGM (USA), Sports Interaction (Canada), SkyBet (UK) and LadBrokes (Australia).

BetMGM Sports
interaction
SkyBet LadBrokes
Poland wins -135 1.67 7/10 3/4
To draw +270 3.79 5/2 12/5
Saudi Arabia wins +360 4.70 15/4 15/4
Both teams
to score Y/N
-105 / -130 1.89 / 1.73 11.10., 5.4 19/20, 4/5
over under
2.5 goals
+100 / -140 2.02 / 1.74 1.1., 11.8 21/20, 7/10
Poland -0.5 -145 1.73
Saudi Arabia +0.5 +105 2.08



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