Our 2022 World Cup preview series concludes on The Data Day Live by taking a closer look at Groups G and H.
We were privileged to be joined by Aaron Barton, one of the fantastic writers we turn to on Opta Analyst for all things Portuguese football as he joined Matt Furniss and Graham Bell to break down their chances at the 2022 World Cup and why, even if a particularly tricky last 16 clash against Brazil or Uruguay might await, they could go far in the tournament. Also our panel were joined by Will Van De Wiel for the latest from on the ground in Qatar as well as looking at Brazil’s chances at the World Cup, with a focus on Group G.
With our 2022 World Cup preview series now complete, our eyes turn to the tournament itself where each weekday through the competition we will be going live at 0900 GMT to bring you the latest data and insights from Qatar. If you want to catch the show live, make sure you are following us on Twitter or you can also watch the show on our YouTube channel.
If you’ve missed any episodes of our preview series, then all episodes are available to listen to on catch up.
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