The 32 teams at the world cup are split into 8 groups of 4 teams in each group we see one team ranked between 1-8 in the FIFA ranking Qatar is an exception as host. The rest of the qualified teams are placed in pots to be drawn in according to their rankings and are drawn into groups
1:Team Hosts or teams ranked between 1-8 in the FIFA rankings
1:Team ranked between 8-16 in the FIFA rankings
1:Team ranked between 16-24 in the FIFA rankings
1:Team ranked below 24 and higher in the FIFA rankings
Ex a team ranked at no 10 will be placed in pot 2 which features the top 8-16 ranked teams
Group D features 2018 World Cup Champion France Euro semi-finalists Denmark the Australien Socceroos and the eagle of Carthage Tunisia
Who is expected to top this group?
Champion's France is expected to top this group but Christian Eriksen and the Danish have proven they know how to beat them doing so twice in the Nation's League and could very well take 1st place in this group.
Group D matches
Denmark kick's off their World cup campaign on Nov 22nd against Tunisia
While Later France play against Australia
Denmark 0-0 Tunisia
Denmark would feel undone after a late penalty call did not go in their favor despite VAR coming into the play. Tunisia put in a gallant display in the entire match, and in the end, secured a deserved point, courtesy of a goalless draw in the Group D clash. Sharing 1 point on their opening game
France 4-1 Australia
Les Bleus are the first defending champions to win their opening game since 2006 as Olivier Giroud netted twice to become France's joint record scorer as they fought back to put Australia to the sword, opening their World Cup defence with a 4-1 Group D win on Tuesday that silenced talk of a holders' curse. Australia had taken a stunning lead at Al Janoub Stadium when Craig Goodwin applied a super finish to Mathew Leckie's cross after nine minutes, but France levelled when Adrien Rabiot headed home and Giroud's tap-in gave them the halftime lead. Kylian Mbappe's glancing header in the 68th minute was followed by Giroud's 51st international goal three minutes later, drawing him level with Thierry Henry as France's all-time top marksman. Didier Deschamps' side, who lead the Group D after rivals Denmark and Tunisia drew 0-0 earlier on Tuesday, ended a run of poor starts for World Cup holders, after the previous three -- Italy, Spain and Germany -- all failed to win their openers.
Group point table:Title defender's France win their opening game and claim 3 points while Tunisia and Denmark shared with them finishing 2nd and 3rd
while the Australien after suffering defeat are last.