Tuesday will see four games played on one matchday for the first time at the 2022 World Cup, and there are some fascinating clashes in store.
2018 champions France begin their title defence, while the heavily-fancied Argentina will also look to make their mark early in the day. Denmark will also take on Tunisia, with Mexico and Poland set to clash late in the afternoon.
Here’s how you can follow all four games in the United Kingdom.
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