Argentina vs Saudi Arabia: Kick-off time, TV channel, live stream free and team news for World Cup 2022 match | The Sun

Argentina vs Saudi Arabia: Kick-off time, TV channel, live stream free and team news for World Cup 2022 match | The Sun

11/03/2022

LIONEL MESSI gets what is likely to be his last ever bid to win a World Cup underway as Argentina face Saudi Arabia.

The Albiceleste have been hugely impressive under boss Lionel Scaloni, who delivered a first Copa America since 1993 last year.


And they then cruised through South American qualifying, finishing behind only Brazil.

Messi then added a second international trophy to his collection in the summer, as Argentina beat Italy 3-0 to win the Uefa-Conmebol Finalissima at Wembley.

Saudi Arabia have only got out of a World Cup group once, in 1994, and a repeat performance is not expected this time around.

However, the Saudis are not to be underestimated as they came top of a qualifying group also containing Australia and Japan.

At the last World Cup, Saudi Arabia were one of the first teams knocked out of the competition.

But they did manage to return home with pride after securing a shock victory over Mo Salah and Egypt.

Mexico and Poland are the other two teams making up World Cup Group C.

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What time does Argentina vs Saudi Arabia kick off?

Argentina take on Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, November 22.

The match kicks off at 10am UK time – 1pm local time.

It will be played at the Lusail Iconic Stadium in Qatar.

The sides last met in 2012, when they played out a 0-0 draw in a friendly in Riyadh.

What TV channel is Argentina vs Saudi Arabia on and can I live stream it?

Argentina vs Saudi Arabia will be live on ITV.

To stream the game live, head to the ITV Hub.

Can I watch Argentina vs Saudi Arabia for free?

Yes. ITV is FREE for all UK viewers with a TV licence.

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