Here is a final look at the FIFA World Cup draws

The groups for this year's FIFA World Cup are set.

All eyes of the world were on last night’s FIFA World Cup draw. The draw took place in Doha at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center.

Many fans were wondering who their favorites would draw in the early stages of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Luckily, the fans of some of the big teams can breath a sigh of relief.

This time the FIFA World Cup draw had led to more easier groups for some of the giants of the game.

For instance, three time champions and heavy favorites Argentina are in Group C with Mexico, Poland and Saudi Arabia. While Mexico may prove to be a tricky game, the other two games seem like an easy three points for the Argentinians.

Similarly, the current reigning champions France also had it easy this time around. They are in Group D with Denmark and Tunisia. They would later be joined by the winner of an inter confederation play off match between Peru and one of either Australia or UAE.

Another heavy favorites Brazil have also drawn a fairly easy group. They are in Group G with Cameroon, Serbia and Switzerland.

FIFA World Cup draw

Other groups for the 2022 FIFA World Cup include Group A with the hosts Qatar competing alongside Ecuador, Netherlands and Senegal. Qatar vs Ecuador will be the opening match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Group B consists of England, Iran and USA in what many have described to be a politically charged group. They will be joined alongside the winner of the final European play off match involving Wales and one of either Scotland or Ukraine.

Group E will consist of heavyweights Germany and Spain, who will be competing alongside Japan. The other team will be the winner of an inter confederation play off match between Costa Rica and New Zealand.

Dark horses Belgium will be in Group F alongside Canada, Croatia and Morocco. While Group H will see Portugal having to contend with Ghana, South Korea and Uruguay.

The group stage matches for the 2022 FIFA World Cup will kick off on November 21 at the Al-Bayt Stadium in Doha. As mentioned earlier, the opener will be Qatar vs Ecuador. Prior to that, the three remaining qualification matches will take place in June.

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