World Cup: Which Serie A players are playing in Group E and Group F today?

There are another four World Cup games to enjoy on Sunday. But which Serie A players could be in action in Groups E and F today?

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Teams are starting to learn their fates at the Qatar 2022 World Cup as the second round of group matches gets close to completion. France are already through to the next round, whilst hosts Qatar have broken a record by being knocked out before their final group game has happened.

Sunday, November 27 features one of the biggest matches of the group stage as Spain take on Germany but not a single Serie A player will be in action in that game.

Belgium’s Charles De Ketelaere. (Photo: Getty)

What are today’s World Cup fixtures?

The World Cup fixtures for Sunday, November 27 feature the eight teams competing in groups E and F. Group E consists of Germany, Japan, Spain and Costa Rica. Group F contains Morocco, Croatia, Belgium and Canada.

Sunday’s action kicks off in Group E with Japan vs Costa Rica at 11:00 CET before Belgium vs Morocco in Group F at 14:00. Croatia vs Canada is at 17:00 before Spain v Germany ends the day’s action at 20:00.

Croatia’s Mario Pasalic. (Photo: Getty)

Which players from Serie A are playing in the World Cup today? 

With as many as 65 Serie A players called up to the 2022 World Cup, you don’t have to look to far to see one involved in a game. Only Group E contains no Serie A players. 

The following Serie A players could all be involved in today’s World Cup matches:

Group E

Incredibly, out of Germany, Spain, Japan and Costa Rica, there is not a single Serie A player heading to Qatar.

Group F

Belgium (Two)

Romelu Lukaku (Inter), Charles De Ketelaere (AC Milan)

Croatia (Four)

Mario Pasalic (Atalanta), Marcelo Brozovic (Inter), Martin Erlic (Sassuolo), Nikola Vlasic (Torino)

Morocco (Two)

Sofyan Amrabat (Fiorentina), Abdelhamid Sabiri (Sampdoria)

There are no Serie A players will be at the World Cup with Canada.

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