FIFA World Cup 2022: A Look At Teams Of Group D | In Pics

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FIFA World Cup 2022: A Look At Teams Of Group D | In Pics
FIFA World Cup 2022: A Look At Teams Of Group D | In Pics

The much-anticipated FIFA World Cup is around the corner and you might be wondering how many teams are participating in the gala event of football in Qatar. So, 32 teams are participating in the 22nd edition of the World Cup and it is the first to be played in the Arab world, commencing on November 20. Further, 32 nations are divided into eight groups, comprising four teams each.

1/ 4Group D of FIFA World Cup 2022: France
Group D of FIFA World Cup 2022: France

Defending champions France will look to retain their title in Qatar. However, the European giants are struggling with injuries to star players Paul Pobga and N'Golo Kante. France will start their campaign against Australia on November 22 at the Al Janoub Stadium.

2/ 4Group D of FIFA World Cup 2022: Australia
Group D of FIFA World Cup 2022: Australia

Australia will look to better their past performances in the sixth appearance of the World Cup in Qatar. Their best performance was in 2006 when they lost to Italy in the last 16 courtesy of a controversial late penalty. Since securing qualification in June, Australia have played two matches against New Zealand and registered wins in both games.

3/ 4Group D of FIFA World Cup 2022: Denmark
Group D of FIFA World Cup 2022: Denmark

Denmark had a flying campaign to book their place in the World Cup as they secured nine consecutive wins to qualify for Qatar after losing to England in the Euro 2020 semi-finals. The Danish team will hope for better results this time as they finished in the last 16 in the 2018 World Cup. Christian Eriksen, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Simon Kjaer, Joakim Maehle and Yussuf Poulsen are the players to watch out for in Denmark's team.

4/ 4Group D of FIFA World Cup 2022: Tunisia
Group D of FIFA World Cup 2022: Tunisia

In their sixth World Cup appearance, Tunisia will look to create history by advancing to the second round of the mega event in Qatar. Daylan Bronn, Ellyes Skhiri, Aissa Laidouni, Youseef Msakni, Wahbi Khazri are some of the key players who will help the team's cause in Qatar.

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