It hasn’t started, but it’s sad, these are 5 big countries that can pick up suitcases earlier than the 2022 World Cup

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It hasn’t started, but it’s sad, these are 5 big countries that can pick up suitcases earlier than the 2022 World Cup

Getting closer, Qatar 2022 World Cup is about to start. If there are no obstacles, the biggest football party of the four years will start on November 21 next. A total of 32 teams will fight for the country’s prestige.

On the football stage, including at the World Cup, anything can happen. There is no guarantee that the top teams will always win. At the 2018 World Cup, for example, Germany slumped in the group phase. A necessity, considering that Germany came to Russia as the defending champion.


Switzerland visited Qatar with a fairly good capital. At Euro 2020, they successfully advanced to the quarter-finals before being stopped by Spain on penalties which ended 1-3.

But that’s not a guarantee for Xherdan Shaqiri et al to talk a lot at the 2022 World Cup. You see, Switzerland is in Group G which contains strong teams like Serbia, Cameroon, and Brazil. The last two names are predicted to qualify for the round of 16.


In the last few games, The Yanks appear inconsistent. Of the four duels, they were only able to pack one win.

Gregg Berhalter, the coach, had to rack his brains in order to reap positive results in three Group B matches. But it won’t be easy, considering that Christian Pulisic et al must first face Iran, Wales and England.


Actually, Uruguay barely left for Qatar. Luckily, they managed to win their last four matches to finish in third place in the CONEMBOL 2022 World Cup Qualifiers zone, behind Brazil and Argentina.

La Celeste struggled to get far. Striker Luis Suarez is past his prime and young star Darwin Nunez has not been in great form for Liverpool either.

Not to mention that Edinson Cavani has only made one appearance so far this season at club level. Armed with such conditions, it is difficult for them to compete in Group H which is filled with Ghana, South Korea and Portugal.


Germany don’t expect too much. Die Mannschaft could have the same fate as in Russia four years ago, slumped in the group phase.

Hansi Flick’s fleet is indeed crammed with a lot of top ammo. But that can’t be a guarantee that they can overcome the resistance of their three competitors in Group E, namely Japan, Costa Rica, and Spain.

If you want to take a deep breath, then Panzer Europe must be able to appear cruel.


The 0-2 defeat to Denmark in the UEFA Nations League 2022/2023 some time ago was clearly a joke for France. As the 2018 World Cup champions, France should be able to overcome Denmark.

This makes fans even more confused, because Didier Deschamps’ squad have only won one victory in the last six matches. In fact, the 2022 World Cup is about to start.

It’s worth pointing out that most of the players from the team that won the World Cup four years ago are past their prime. Being in Group D, Les Bleus will face fierce resistance from Tunisia, Denmark, and Australia.