DOHA.- The Qatar 2022 World Cup continues its course. On its 5th day of competition, the World Cup agenda today has action in its four shifts. A day of pure football. And the good With confrontations from the first hour of the day until the afternoon. Starting at 07:00 (Argentine time), Switzerland faces Cameroon, in group G, at the Al Janoub Stadium; later, Uruguay plays against the Republic of Korea, from 10:00; Later, Portugal and Ghana collide, from 1:00 p.m., at Stadium 974, while Brazil and Serbia close the day, from 4:00 p.m., at Lusail Iconic Stadium.
The soccer agenda on TV on Thursday, November 24
• 07:00 Switzerland vs. Cameroon (TVP, DSports)
• 10:00 Uruguay vs. Republic of Korea (TVP, DSports)
• 1:00 p.m. Portugal vs. Ghana (TyC Sports, DSports)
• 16:00 Brazil vs. Serbia (TyC Sports, DSports)
How to watch the Qatar 2022 World Cup: World Cup TV
DSports televises all the matches, while TyC Sports and Public TV share the matches equally. In addition, the World Cup can be followed online on digital platforms such as Flow (requires being a client of the cable operator and offers both the TyC Sports signal and Public TV), DGO (requires being a client of the system and has all three options), and TyC Sports Play, the streaming of the sports channel.
Every day there is soccer in shifts from morning to afternoon in our country. The shifts are at 7, 10, 13 and 16.
On the other hand, LA NACION offers live coverage, minute by minute, of everything that happens in Qatar 2022. With liveblogs of the 64 games, images from Doha, reports from our special envoys and interviews.