Ahead of their respective second games in the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Belgium is undoubtedly the happiest side among all the Group F teams.
The side led by Eden Hazard on Thursday got the better of Canada in a closely fought fixture (1-0). That means, it only needs another win to seal its passage into the round of 16 stage.
A defeat for Canada on Sunday against Croatia will spell elimination for Les Rouges. A win or a point could keep its qualification hopes alive.
Morocco and Croatia, who shared spoils in their first fixture, will be desperately looking for a win as well to hold an advantage over the other.
A Morocco win in Sunday’s first game, followed by a Canada victory in the second will keep all four teams in contention for qualification heading into the final group day fixtures.
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Group F round two matches (Timings in IST)
Belgium vs Morocco - 6:30PM on Sunday, November 27 - Al Thumama Stadium
Croatia vs Canada - 9:30PM on Sunday, November 27 - Khalifa International Stadium
Group F round three matches (Timings in IST)
Croatia vs Belgium - 8:30PM on Thursday, December 1 - Ahmed bin Ali Stadium
Canada vs Morocco - 8:30PM on Thursday, December 1 - Al Thumama Stadium
Group F standings: