SWITZERLAND open up their 2022 Qatar World Cup campaign against African giants Cameroon.
The Swiss scraped through the 2018 group stages finishing runners up to five-time champions Brazil.
Only to be sent home by Swedish attacker Emil Forsberg’s 66th minute deflected effort in the round of 16.
But Granit Xhaka and co will be determined to not let lightning doesn’t strike twice despite them being paired in the same group with Brazil once again.
However, their first encounter against serial AFCON winners Cameroon could be a tough one as they’ll be hungry to make up for not being involved in the Russian World Cup edition.
What time does Switzerland vs Cameroon kick off?
- Switzerland’s opening clash with Cameroon will take place on Thursday, November 24.
- It is scheduled to kick off at 10am UK time – 12pm local time.
- Al Wakrah Sports Complex in Al Wakrah, Qatar is the allocated arena for this fixture and it can host around 40,000 spectators.
- This will be the first time these two countries encounter each other competitively.
What TV channel is Switzerland vs Cameroon on and can it be live streamed?
- Switzerland vs Cameroon will be broadcasted LIVE on ITV in the UK.
- Viewers also have the option to stream the entire action live via the ITV website or ITV hub.
- The ITV hub is available to download onto your mobile or proffered tablet device.
Can I watch Switzerland vs Cameroon for FREE?
Yes! Switzerland’s first 2022 World Cup clash against Cameroon is available to watch for FREE in the UK so long as you have a valid TV license.
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