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Match Preview: Germany vs Japan | Spain vs Costa Rica | Belgium vs Canada

By Guardian Exclusive
23 November 2022   |   1:35 pm
Belgium will once again be the dark horse in Qatar and their golden generation will hope to finally end the jinx and bring home the World Cup. They begin their campaign in the Middle East against Canada, a country making a return to the Mundial after a 36-year absence. Will this finally be Belgium’s year?

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