Qatar vs. Ecuador Starting Lineup

Qatar vs. Ecuador Lineup

The FIFA World Cup 2022 kicks off tonight as the host nation Qatar takes on Ecuador in the opening match on Sunday, 20 November, at Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor. Here we have the Qatar vs. Ecuador starting lineup and team news.

🆚 Qatar vs. Ecuador | FIFA World Cup 2022

🗓 Date: Sunday, 20 November 2022

🕗 Kick-off Time: 7:00 pm Qatar | 11:00 am Ecuador

🏟 Venue: Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor, Qatar

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Qatar’s Confirmed Lineup Against Ecuador

 

Qatar Confirmed Lineup

Manager Felix Sanchez
Goalkeeper Saad Al Sheeb
Center-back Homam Al Amin, Abdelkarim Hassan, Al Rawi
Wing-back Pedro Miguel Ro-Ro, Khoukhi Boualem
Midfielder  Karim Boudiaf, Al Haydos, A Hatim
Forward Almoez Ali, Akram Afif

The Qatar boss Felix Sanchez plays his team in a 3-5-2 formation. Three center-backs at the heart of the defense, two wing-backs contribute to the attack, and two forwards up front.

Akram Afif (Al-Sadd) and Almoez Ali (Al-Duhail) are the big names in the attack. Al-Sadd shot-stopper Al Sheeb is the first-choice goalkeeper for Qatar. Al Haydos will play the creative role in the midfield.

Team News

Felix Sanchez has no injury concerns ahead of Qatar’s first-ever World Cup match. He will have a full squad.

Ecuador’s Confirmed Lineup Against Qatar

 

Ecuador Confirmed Lineup

Manager Gustavo Alfaro
Goalkeeper Hernan Galindez
Defender Estupinan, Torres, Hincapie, Preciado
Midfielder Plata, Mendez, Caicedo, Ibarra
Forward Valencia, Estrada
   
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Ecuador will line up in a 4-4-2 formation. Valencia will lead the front alongside Estrada.

Team News

Jeremy Sarmiento is recovering from a muscle injury. He wasn’t involved in Ecuador’s pre-World Cup friendly against Iraq. Carlos Gruezo is also a doubt due to a knock.

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