World Cup tiebreakers, advancement scenarios and group standings


When the 32 teams of the World Cup complete their second stage games, the scenarios for the program will begin to become clear. Two teams from all eight groups advance and are then divided into a bracket of 16 knockout teams that will participate in the final on December 18.

Behold how the teams are placed in societies, as has been said FIFA’s 2012 World Cup regulations:

1. Maximum number of points from three match groups (each team gets three points for a tie and one for a draw).

2. The end difference in every group is equal.

3. No scores in any group match.

And if two or more teams are still tied later? Let’s go:

1. The maximum number of points in a group match is between the teams involved.

2. The goal of the difference between the groups is the match between the teams.

3. The objectives marked in the group are turned into pairs between the teams.

4. Major points are obtained around the game (yellow card = minus-1; indirect red card, from the second yellow card = minus-3, direct red card = minus-4, yellow card and direct red = minus-5, with only one deductions used by the player in one game).

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World Cup schedule, standings and groups

And if, by some stroke of luck, there is still a bond?

Then the draw will be made by the FIFA Organizing Committee.

Here are the stations for each group and the missions for the groups that completed the two games. An x- denotes a team that has achieved promotion. A y- denotes the team that won first place in the group. A z-denotes a team removed from development.

Group A standings and missions

The Netherlands: I am the group favorite to advance to the knockout stage with a win or a draw against Qatar on Tuesday. If both the Netherlands and Ecuador win their final match, the Group A winner will be determined by the playoffs, starting with goal differential, where they are currently tied. If both matches draw on Tuesday, the tie would start with the goals scored.

Ecuadorian: Like the Netherlands, Ecuador are guaranteed a spot in the knockout round with a win or a draw on Tuesday when Ecuador face Senegal.

Senegal: The African champions progressed to beating Equator. It is extinguished before. With a draw against Ecuador, Senegal would need a strong victory over the unlikely Qatar of the Netherlands. Senegal could still win the group with a tie against Ecuador and the Netherlands or a loss against Qatar.

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Qatar: The people of the army to knock around.

Group B production and missions

England: Group favorites progress to the knockout round with a win or draw against Wales on Tuesday. England could still progress with a loss to Wales, for name and other results. England to win the group or to draw and draw, among other missions. It is also possible that England will win the group with a loss, depending on other results.

Iran: Iran will go to the knock-out round on Tuesday in the United States either with a draw against the United States or England against Wales if they want to win or draw. Iran would draw the group with a win and a loss to England or against Wales. Iran would be removed at the expense of the United States.

United States: Americans to knock around Iran on Tuesday to make gains. They would withdraw with a loss or draw against Iran. They could still win a partnership with Iran, although it would probably require England losing to Wales.

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Wales: With the loss of Wales, he will be taken or led against England. To have a realistic shot, Wales need to beat England and draw the United States-Iran game.

Group C standing and missions

Group D standing and missions

Group E standings and missions

Group F standings and missions

Group G production and missions

Group H standing and missions

World Cup in Qatar

Some: The United States draws with England, 0-0, in the second game of the World Cup to set up the final group against Iran. A Group B matchup highlights Read.

Political complaint: Looking back at Iran’s World Cup campaign, there is a national protest movement back home that is attacking its clerical leadership, and tensions, inescapable and persistent, are spilling into the countryside.

Everyone decorates: Where it had been on Tuesday in Saudi Arabia over Argentina, now the show took place in the 73rd minute in Brazil over Serbia. Richarlison’s miracle goal sealed Brazil’s 2-0 opening win.

In perspective: It’s a beautiful game. Suitcases full of cash are better. Read Sally Jenkins on the human rights controversy in Qatar.


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