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What to know about the World Cup on Wednesday
- The group stage continues with four matches on Wednesday
- In Group D, Tunisia will play France and Australia will take on Denmark at 10 a.m. EST
- In Group C, Poland and Argentina face off and Saudi Arabia plays Mexico at 2 p.m. EST
France vs. Tunisia and Australia vs. Denmark at 10 a.m. EST
France has already secured a spot in the round of 16, while Tunisia has a narrow path forward: The team needs an upset victory over France to go with a draw in the other match.
An Australian victory locks up advancement, while a win by Denmark will likely put Danish Dynamite into knockout play.
From 2018 failure to 2022 glory: U.S. alive and well at World Cup
Christian Pulisic scored and injured himself in one glorious and painful moment on Tuesday, as the United States recorded a 1-0 victory over Iran and moved on to World Cup knockout play.
The Hershey, Pennsylvania native suffered an abdominal injury while crashing into Iranian goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand in what turned out to be the winning play late in the first half.
Pulisic was substituted out at halftime but he says he’ll be ready in time for the next match. The United States will play in the round of 16 against the Netherlands at 10 a.m. EST on Saturday in a game that’ll be televised in Spanish on Telemundo and streamed on Peacock.
Making knockout play was a major achievement for the United States, which failed to qualify for the 2018 tournament in Russia.