FIFA World Cup fixtures for today, Friday 25 November 2022. Broadcaster(s) and kick-off times are listed below.
Wales vs Iran
10am - BBC
Gabby Logan presents live coverage as Wales continue their first World Cup campaign for 64 years, taking on Iran at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in their second game in Group B. Commentary comes from Steve Bower and Danny Gabbidon.
Iran has failed to advance to the knockout stage in five previous World Cup campaigns, while Wales reached the quarter-finals at their only previous appearance in 1958.
The two nations are unfamiliar opponents, having met just once before, with Wales triumphing in a friendly 44 years ago. Another victory could be crucial in their attempts to progress, with rivals England still to come in Wales’ final group match.
Qatar vs Senegal
1pm - BBC
Gary Lineker presents live coverage as World Cup hosts Qatar continue their debut campaign against reigning African champions Senegal at Al Thumama Stadium. Commentary comes from Jonathan Pearce and Dion Dublin.
This Group A clash pits Senegal, who won the Africa Cup of Nations on penalties in February, against the host nation, who are competing at a World Cup for the first time.
The Senegalese bowed out at the group stage four years ago, but with their squad including star players such as Bayern Munich’s Sadio Mane and Chelsea’s Kalidou Koulibaly they will be hopeful of reaching the knockout phase.
Netherlands vs Ecuador
4pm - ITV
Seema Jaswal presents coverage from Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar, where the Group A sides play their second match of the tournament. With commentary by Clive Tyldesley and Ally McCoist, and analysis from Hal Robson-Kanu, Eni Aluko and Nigel de Jong
England vs USA
7pm - ITV
Gareth Southgate's England are back in action as they face the USA at the Al Bayt Stadium in Doha, Qatar in their second match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. These two sides have met twice in this competition before, with England still looking for a first win over the USA.
Mark Pougatch hosts the coverage with Roy Keane, Gary Neville and Ian Wright providing studio analysis and Laura Woods and Karen Carney pitchside insight. Commentary from Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon, with Gabriel Clarke reporting.