The Group Stages have already brought a lot of drama and entertainment and football fans can struggle to keep an eye out on all the latest news but do not fear, we have all the latest team news and information right here on GMS.
This will be the second match for both sides in Group A, and they will be desperate for a win after failing to do so in their first matches.
Both nations lost in their first game, so this match is an exciting prospect and we will be intrigued to see who comes out on top.
The two sides will face each other on Friday 25th November 2022. For those in the UK, the time this Group D match will kick off is at 1 PM GMT.
How to Watch (UK)
DOHA, QATAR – NOVEMBER 21: Ismaila Sarr of Senegal in action during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group A match between Senegal and Netherlands at Al Thumama Stadium on November 21, 2022 in Doha, Qatar. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
Those who want to watch the 2022 Qatar World Cup Group A match between Senegal and Qatar in the UK will be able to do so via Freeview TV. This game will be televised by BBC. The TV Channel that the game will be on is BBC One and BBC One HD.
There is also the option of live streaming this match via BBC. You can live stream the match via BBC iPlayer. All you need to have for this is a BBC account. Signing up is free but you will need a TV License.
Team News and Predicted XI
Cheikhou Kouyate was stretchered off against Holland and looks set to be on the sidelines for this match. Meanwhile, Qatar are injury free for this upcoming fixture.
Predicted Qatar XI: Barsham; Pedro Miguel, Khoukhi, Salman, A Hassan, Ahmed; Al Haydos, Boudiaf, Hatem; Ali, Afif
Predicted Senegal XI: Mendy; Sabaly, Koulibaly, Cisse, Diallo; I Gueye, N Mendy; Ndiaye, I Sarr, Diatta, Dia
AL KHOR, QATAR – NOVEMBER 20: Qatar captain Hassan Alhaydos holds the team pennant ahead of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group A match between Qatar and Ecuador at Al Bayt Stadium on November 20, 2022 in Al Khor, Qatar. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)
Senegal are the favourites for this match, and with them being the current African Cup of Nations champions, this is understandable.