2 min: Croatia 0 Canada 1
Canada have scored their first ever goal at the World Cup!
At the Khalifa International Stadium, the very least Croatia will want is a much-improved performance after the 0-0 draw against Morocco.
The teams are out on the pitch and it's national anthem time
Huge noise from the sizable Canadian contingent.
Who to watch in this Croatian side?
It has to be Luka Modric who holds the key in the midfield department. He pulled the strings in Croatia's match with Morocco and was recognised as the player of the match for the outing.
Who to watch in this Canada's team?
All eyes will be on 22-year-old superstar Alphonso Davies and he will be eager to redeem himself.
Davies failed to convert a penalty kick against Belgium.
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The warm ups are in full swing
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Here come the fans
All smiles at the Khalifa International Stadium.
Morocco beat Belgium
A huge result in the other game in the group F, as Morocco have just beaten Belgium 2-0 to move top of the group with four points- follow all the latest reaction right here.
Khalifa International Stadium, which sits 11km west of central Doha, boasts a capacity of 45,857. The stadium, constructed in 1976, received a sleek facelift for the 2022 World Cup.
Who banks the points today?
I'm backing Canada to not only break that World Cup goal scoring duck, but take points off Croatia in the process.
So an entertaining 2-2 draw for me- you're turn to make your predictions right here.
Both teams have made just one change from their opening games and they are both attacking changes as they seek a first goal at this World Cup.
Canada have handed a start to forward Cyle Larin in place of Junior Hoilett while Croatia have brought in forward Marko Livaja in place for Nikola Vlasic.
Croatia XI: Livakovic, Perisic, Lovren, Kovacic, Kramaric, Modric (c), Brozovic, Livaja, Sosa, Gvardiol, Juranovic
Substitutes: Gbric, Ivusic, Stanisic, Barisic, Erlic, Majer, Vlasic, Pasalic, Petkovic, Budimir, Orsic, Sutalo, Sucic, Jakic
Canada XI: Hutchinson, Borjan, Johnston, Miller, Vitoria, eustaquio, Buchanan, Larin, Davies, David, Laryea
Substitutes: Adehugbe, Cavallini, Cornelius, Fraser, Holiet, Haye, Hone, Millar, Osorio, Pantemis, Piette, St.Clair, Ugbo, Waterman, Wotherspoon
Welcome to Telegraph's Sport live coverage of this Group F clash between Croatia and Canada live from the Khalifa International Stadium with kick-off at 4pm (UK time)
Both sides would have felt they should have won their opening fixture. The 2018 finalists were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw against Morocco as they struggled to find that clinical edge in a game were chances were premium.
Canada's opening match was their first in a World Cup since 1986, proved to be slightly more entertaining. They performance belied their experience on this stage as their high press and sharp movement suffocated Belgium.
Their opponents conceded a penalty in only the 10th minutes of the game but Canadian star Alphonso Davies had his attempt saved by Thibaut Courtois.
However, their nerve didn't waver and despite having Belgium on the back foot for the majority of the first half, they conceded late in the first half. Their intensity fell during the second half and Belgium were able to hold on for a 1-0 win.
After the match, their manager John Herdman pulled the players into a huddle after the game, where he applauded their performance in rather fruitful language and told them they'd defeat Croatia.
You have to say, Herdman's rallying cry to his players, isn't such a far fetched prospect. Although Luka Modric, Marcelo Brozovic and Mateo Kovacic are brilliant midfield technicians, they may struggle against the pace of this Canadian side.
They overran the Belgium midfield forcing manager Roberto Martinez into bringing on two defensive midfielders at half time.
Luka Modric is key to Croatia's success at this World Cup. He is able to dictate play and was judged to be player of the match for his performance against Morocco.
Will Croatia's experience be enough to overcome a spirited Canadian side?
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