2018 FIFA World Cup Russia
2018 FIFA World Cup Russia TV Listings
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Denmark vs. Australia in a Group C match. From Samara Arena in Samara. Kasper Schmeichel's six saves helped Denmark blank Peru 1-0 last week in their fifth straight shutout of 2018. Australia fell 2-1 to France, getting a goal from captain Mile Jedinak.
France vs. Peru in a Group C match. From Ekaterinburg Arena in Ekaterinburg. Goals off the feet of Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba got the Euro 2016 runners-up off to a winning start in Russia. Pesky Peru had 17 shot attempts in falling 1-0 to Denmark.
Argentina vs. Croatia in a Group D match. From Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod. Lionel Messi looks to atone for his missed penalty kick in Argentina's 1-1 draw with Iceland as he faces Barcelona mate Ivan Rakitic and group-leading Croatia.
Brazil vs. Costa Rica in a Group E match. From Saint Petersburg Stadium in Saint Petersburg. Seeking a sixth World Cup title, Neymar and Brazil must first battle a Costa Rican team that hasn't beaten Brazil since 1960 (eight straight losses).
Nigeria vs. Iceland in a Group D match. From Volgograd Arena in Volgograd. In a match that could greatly impact who emerges from Group D, John Obi Mikel and Victor Moses will look to provide the flair for Nigeria against Gylfi Sigurdsson and Iceland.
Serbia vs. Switzerland in a Group E match. From Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad. After scoring seven goals in four matches at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the Swiss call on Xherdan Shaqiri to lead the attack against Aleksandar Mitrovic and the Serbs.
Belgium vs. Tunisia in a Group G match. From Spartak Stadium in Moscow. After blitzing Panama 3-0 on Monday, high-powered Belgium is unbeaten in its last 19 games under Roberto Martinez. Fakhreddine Ben Youssef sparked Tunisia in their 2-1 opening loss.
South Korea vs. Mexico in a Group F match. From Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don. Youngster Hirving Lozano and Mexico are seeking a seventh straight trip to the round of 16, but first must face a South Korean team led by Tottenham's Son Heung-min.
Germany vs. Sweden in a Group F match. From Fisht Stadium in Sochi. Sweden turns to Emil Forsberg, who scored four goals in qualifying, to break down the German midfield led by Toni Kroos. Germany allowed just four goals at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
England vs. Panama in a Group G match. From Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod. Gareth Southgate's Three Lions, unbeaten for over a year, rode two Harry Kane goals to a 2-1 opening win over Tunisia, while Panama fell 3-0 in their World Cup debut.
Japan vs. Senegal in a Group H match. From Ekaterinburg Arena in Ekaterinburg. Group supremacy is up for grabs after 2-1 opening wins for these squads, with Aliou Cissé's Senegal enjoying their first appearance since a quarterfinal run in Japan in 2002.
Poland vs. Colombia in a Group H match. From Kazan Arena in Kazan. An early red card to Carlos Sanchez hampered Jose Pekerman's Colombia in an opening 2-1 loss to Japan. Poland also stumbled (2-1 to Senegal) in their first Cup appearance since 2006.
Uruguay vs. Russia in a Group A finale. From Samara Arena in Samara. Captain Diego Godin and Edinson Cavani anchor the Uruguay frontline against Stanislav Cherchesov's Russian squad. Only one host nation (So. Africa) has ever missed the knockout stage.
Saudi Arabia vs. Egypt in a Group A finale. From Volgograd Arena in Volgograd. This is the first meeting since 2005. Saudi Arabia is 1-6-1 vs. Egypt, with the lone win coming in the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup. The Saudis made the 1994 knockout stage.
Spain vs. Morocco in a Group B finale. From Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad. Juventus defender Medhi Benatia captains Morocco's bid for their first ever win over Spain, facing keeper David de Gea. The Morocco roster includes six Spanish club players.
Iran vs. Portugal in a Group B finale. From Mordovia Arena in Saransk. Young catalysts Sardar Azmoun and Alireza Jahanbakhsh lead Iran against the reigning European champs. A Cristiano Ronaldo PK sealed Portugal's 2-0 win over Iran in the 2006 World Cup.
Australia vs. Peru in a Group C finale. From Fisht Stadium in Sochi. At 34, Alberto Rodríguez heads Peru's central defense against an Australian attack that features four-time World Cup veteran Tim Cahill and 33-year-old midfielder Mile Jedinak.
Denmark vs. France in a Group C finale. From Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. French forwards Kylian Mbappe and Ousmane Dembele look to test Denmark keeper Kasper Schmeichel of Leicester City. Denmark's last win against France came in the 2002 World Cup.
Nigeria vs. Argentina in a Group D finale. From Saint Petersburg Stadium in Saint Petersburg. Lionel Messi-led Argentina edged Nigeria 3-2 in a 2014 World Cup group-stage finale, with both teams advancing. Ahmed Musa (then 21) had both Nigeria goals.
Iceland vs. Croatia in a Group D finale. From Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don. Iceland, the smallest nation ever to qualify for the World Cup, takes on a talented Croatia squad that has not gotten out of the group stage since its run to third 20 years ago.
Mexico vs. Sweden in a Group F finale. From Ekaterinburg Arena in Ekaterinburg. Hirving Lozano and Carlos Vela lead Mexico against a Swedish frontline featuring Ola Toivonen and Marcus Berg in a clash of nations known for advancing from the group stage.
South Korea vs. Germany in a Group F finale. From Kazan Arena in Kazan. Germany's current run of four straight World Cup semifinals began in 2002, when they ousted host South Korea, 1-0. The Taegeuk Warriors won 3-1 in a friendly rematch in 2004.
Serbia vs. Brazil in a Group E finale. From Spartak Stadium in Moscow. Former EPL standouts Aleksandar Kolarov and Branislav Ivanovic bring attack-minded defense against Brazil, whose weapons include Philippe Coutinho and 21-year-old Gabriel Jesus.
Switzerland vs. Costa Rica in a Group E finale. From Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod. Switzerland boss Vlad Petkovic and Costa Rica's Oscar Ramirez took over clubs that made the 2014 knockout round, with Los Ticos a surprise quarterfinalist.
Japan vs. Poland in a Group H finale. From Volgograd Arena in Volgograd. World Cup vets Makoto Hasebe and Shinji Okazaki lead Japan against a Poland squad with an Italian accent, as midfielder Piotr Zielinski heads seven Serie A players on the roster.
Senegal vs. Colombia in a Group H finale. From Samara Arena in Samara. These teams both made the quarterfinals in their last appearance: Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez carried Colombia in 2014, while current coach Aliou Cisse sparked Senegal in 2002.
Panama vs. Tunisia in a Group G finale. From Mordovia Arena in Saransk. Current and former MLS men Roman Torres and Blas Perez spark World Cup first-timer Panama against a veteran Tunisian defense led by Ali Maaloul and keeper/captain Aymen Mathlouthi.
England vs. Belgium in a Group G finale. From Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad. The class of Group G is on display as a slew of EPL teammates square off. Scoring ace Harry Kane faces his Tottenham mates Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen of Belgium.