I do not expect there to be any final vote tomorrow over proposals to switch the Qatar 2022 World Cup from summer to winter.
Instead, I think Fifa will reach out to its stakeholders, the domestic leagues that will be so badly affected by a future switch and the TV companies who pay so much money to cover the events, to see whether a compromise or consensus can be made.
But for those hoping for a straight winter-summer decision tomorrow, I think they will be disappointed.
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