World Cup quarterfinals schedule: How to watch free in USA?

Lionel Messi looks on after Argentina lost at the World Cup 2022
Lionel Messi looks on after Argentina lost at the World Cup 2022

DOHA, Qatar — Two cracking World Cup 2022 quarterfinals are on the schedule for Friday, December 9 with two South American nations, Brazil and Argentina in action. The complete Qatar 2022 schedule for today and the TV channels with game time and live streaming.

Action today will begin at 10:00 am ET with the first quarterfinal game as Brazil will take on Croatia, the runner-up from the last World Cup tournament in 2018 in Russia and I am expecting a close encounter between these two top teams. At the same time though, I am backing Neymar and Brazil to get past Croatia and advance to the semis.

Live coverage of this game will be on FOX network and you can also sign up to Watch every World Cup match live with fuboTV – U.S.-only with a 7-day free trial! For cord-cutters, Sling TV will also provide a platform for you to stream the games so subscribe today and give the service a try.

The second World Cup 2022 quarterfinal game on the schedule today sees Argentina taking on a very tough Netherlands team as star forward Lionel Messi aim to get to the semi-final with the South Americans. Read more: Lionel Messi finding ‘No excuses’ after Argentina’s shocking loss to Saudi Arabia

Argentina are the joint favorites to win the World Cup this year, according to William Hill sports betting odds and they will be looking to inch closer achieving that milestone with a win today.

Kick-off time for this encounter is 2:00 pm ET. Messi will come to play and Argentina will be tough, but I am predicting a win for the Netherlands. Louis van Gaal will have his team organized and motivated and I am expecting them to be patient, breakdown Argentina’s defense and use the pace outside to get goals.

World Cup 2022 Schedule Today

Friday, Dec. 9
Croatia vs. Brazil, 10:00 a.m.
Netherlands vs. Argentina, 2:00 p.m.


Omar Hall is a passionate writer. He covers several big events for SportingAlert, including the World Cup and European Championship. Omar is a fan of sports and is honored to do what he loves.

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