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FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Day 3: Live updates, news, results, Argentina Vs Saudi Arabia, Denmark Vs Tunisia, Mexico Vs Poland, Australia Vs France

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Australian fans, the time is almost here as the Socceroos take to the field against France at 6am AEDT tomorrow morning.

The defending champions are the hot favourites but Australia are looking to shock the world as the perennial underdogs.

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It was a big day on Day 2 as the Netherlands and England claimed big wins while the USA and Wales drew 1-all.

There are four games on day three, starting at 9pm AEDT.

Day 3 World Cup matches (times in AEDT)

— 9pm: Argentina Vs Saudi Arabia

— 12am: Denmark Vs Tunisia

— 3am: Mexico Vs Poland

— 6am: Australia Vs France

How to watch and stream the 2022 World Cup

Brutal French truth hits Socceroos hard

Australia may have been waiting for four years for a shot at revenge against France at the World Cup but the Socceroos are hardly even a blip to the football heavyweights.

France are packed with superstar talent and Liverpool and French defender Ibrahima Konate has revealed how much the Socceroos factor in the defending champions’ plans.

“No, not at all. I don’t know any of them,” Konate said.

The French defender moved to Liverpool last year for $65 million.

He was followed by Eduardo Camavinga, who was an unused sub for Real Madrid against Aussie Aaron Mooy’s Celtic two weeks ago. Mooy played the entire match for the record.

Camavinga had no idea who Mooy was.

“We studied this team well with the coach and the staff, we expect a difficult match because they put us in difficulty four years ago,” Camavinga said.

“It’s a very good team. Already, if they were able to qualify for the (World Cup), it’s because it’s a good team.”

Australia took it to France at the last World Cup in a tight 2-1 result for the Europeans.

Asked about his opponents’ ignorance, Socceroos coach Graham Arnold said: “Doesn’t he have Paramount+?”, which streams the A-League as well as Socceroos and Matildas matches outside of the World Cup.

Arnold added the comments give the Socceroos the impetus to go and show the superstar side who they are.

“It’s something that’s their point of view. It’s our job to go out there tomorrow and show them who we are as a nation,” Arnold continued.

“The players have the stage, it’s their stage. And this is an opportunity in life that can change their life even more than what they have now.”

Story Credit: news.com.au

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