World Cup Today: Wednesday 23 November 2022

FIFA World Cup fixtures for today, Wednesday 23 2022. Broadcaster(s) and kick-off times are listed below.



Morocco vs Croatia

10am - ITV

Live coverage presented by Seema Jaswal, of both sides' opening Group F match from Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar. This is only the second-ever game between the two countries, the first being a meeting back in 1996 in the now-defunct Hassan II Trophy, which was a friendly tournament played in Casablanca. Commentary by Joe Cole, Nadia Nadim and Nigel de Jong, and commentary by Jon Champion and John Hartson.



Germany vs Japan

1pm - ITV

Mark Pougatch hosts live coverage as Group E gets under way with this clash at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar. Germany are four-time World Cup-winners, making them the joint-second most successful team in the competition's history alongside Italy and behind Brazil. Commentary with Roy Keane, Ian Wright and Karen Carney providing studio analysis, and commentary from Sam Matterface and Ally McCoist.



Spain vs Costa Rica

4pm - ITV

Presented by Laura Woods, commentary by Eni Aluko, Gary Neville and Graeme Souness, and commentary by Clive Tyldesley and Lee Dixon with all the action from both teams' opening match of Group E, held at Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Qatar. Spain finished four points clear of runners-up Sweden in their qualifying group to reach the tournament, and will now bid to emulate their sole triumph in 2010, having disappointed by going out in the group stage in 2014 and the last 16 four years ago.



Belgium vs Canada

7pm - BBC

Gary Lineker introduces live coverage as Canada contest their first World Cup game for 36 years, taking on a talented Belgian side who finished third at the 2018 tournament. Commentary comes from Steve Wilson and Jermaine Jenas.


The Canadians’ last World Cup appearance was in 1986, when they lost all three group games without scoring a single goal, but they will be hopeful of a more competitive showing this time around.



They beat both Mexico and the USA to top the final round of Concacaf qualifying, and a number of their squad play in top European leagues, such as Bayern Munich left-back Alphonso Davies and Lille striker Jonathan David.