Brazil, Portugal and Ghana Victorious as England and Wales Await Fate | World Cup Preview | The Data Day Live
We will warn you now, this is a PACKED show. So get yourself up to date with all the latest from the 2022 World Cup by enjoying the latest from ‘The Data Day Live’ which features an England vs. Wales preview.
But before all that, join Matt Furniss and Graham Bell as they talk to a variety of guests on a packed panel. First up, Aaron Barton chats everything Portugal following their progression into the last 16 with victory over Switzerland and whether this side has more overall talent than their 2016 European Championship winning squad. We were then joined by Owuraku Ampofo who was jubilant after Ghana defeated South Korea, despite a tense finale, and now believes his side will be joining Portugal in the next round. But they’ll need to find a way of stopping a seemingly rampant Brazil side, well at least according Augusto Oazi. We told you it’s a packed show and that’s even before our look ahead to England vs. Wales as the group stage comes to a close.
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