Poland vs Saudi Arabia live stream and match preview, Saturday November 26, 1pm GMT
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Saudi Arabia will look to build on their historic victory over Argentina by securing two wins from two in Qatar on Saturday.
Hervé Renard’s men have produced the clash of the tournament so far and will approach this game with renewed confidence.
Poland picked up a point last time out and will be looking for all three against the Green Falcons.
Kick off is at 13:00 GMT. Make sure you know how to watch the 2022 World Cup wherever you are.
Krystian Bielik and Bartosz Bereszynski could be forced to undergo late fitness tests after receiving beatings last time out.
Robert Lewandowski, captain of this Poland team (opens in a new tab)could be partnered up by Arek Milik.
Every member of the Saudi Arabia team (opens in a new tab) plays his football club at home. Yasser Al-Shahrani is their only absentee through injury.
Saudi Arabia’s win over Argentina was their best result yet, so their players will be full of confidence heading into the weekend.
Poland were mediocre against Mexico and will have to put on a better performance against the energetic Saudis.
Brazil’s Wilton Sampaio will be the referee for Poland against Saudi Arabia. You can read more about the 2022 World Cup referees here (opens in a new tab).
Poland v Saudi Arabia will be played at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan. Discover all the stadiums of the 2022 World Cup (opens in a new tab) and see how it ranks.
Players to watch / key battles
If Saudi Arabia can keep Robert Lewandowski quiet, they will have a good chance of picking up another good result here.
The Green Falcons will defend with a high line again, hoping to catch Poland offside.
Read more about Poland and Saudi Arabia’s full squads for the 2022 World Cup (opens in a new tab).
Group C table
Kick off and chain
Poland kick off against Saudi Arabia 13:00 GMT on Saturday November 26 United Kingdom. The game is free to watch on ITV1 and ITV Hub.
In the United States, kick-off time is 8 a.m. ET / 5 a.m. PT. The match will be broadcast on FOX/FS1 in the United States. See below for international streaming options.
If you’re out of the country for the 2022 World Cup, you won’t be able to watch on your domestic streaming service as usual. The broadcaster knows where you are thanks to your IP address (boo!) and prevents you from watching it. You can, however, use a VPN to circumvent this, without resorting to the illegal streams you found on Reddit.
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World Cup 2022 International TV Rights
All games in the UK are either on the BBC or on ITV.
Fox is the rights holder for the World Cup in the United States. Games are on Fox or FS1 cable channels.
If you don’t have cable, you can use services like Sling and FuboTV to get Fox channels. You can also watch the matches on Peacock TV with Spanish commentary.
TSN shows every game. You can subscribe to direct streaming or get it as part of your cable plan.
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As in the UK, coverage of the 2022 World Cup is completely free. You can watch all 64 games on the SBS TV channel and stream them online as well with SBS On Demand.
Paying provider Sky Sports is the rights holder for the 2022 World Cup in New Zealand. You can watch as part of your Sky subscription or grab a Sky Now TV pass. There is also a 7-day free trial.