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World Cup on TV


The World Cup in 2018 is played in Russia between 14 June and 15 July. 32 teams participate and the matches are determined in 12 different arenas where the largest is the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow with the seat of 81,000 spectators.

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  1. Group A

  2. Group B

  3. Group C

  4. Group D

  5. Group E

  6. Group F

  7. Group G

  8. Group H

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  • 24 Jun

    Yesterday, Sunday

    1. England v Panama


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    2. Japan v Senegal


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    3. Poland v Colombia


      World Cup (Group Stage)
  • 25 Jun

    Today, Monday

    1. Uruguay v Russia


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    2. Saudi Arabia v Egypt


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    3. Iran v Portugal


      World Cup
    4. Spain v Morocco


      World Cup (Group Stage)
  • 26 Jun

    Tomorrow, Tuesday

    1. Denmark v France


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    2. Australia v Peru


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    3. Nigeria v Argentina


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    4. Iceland v Croatia


      World Cup (BBC4)
  • 27 Jun

    Wednesday

    1. South Korea v Germany


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    2. Mexico v Sweden


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    3. Serbia v Brazil


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    4. Switzerland v Costa Rica


      World Cup (Group Stage)
  • 28 Jun

    Thursday

    1. Japan v Poland


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    2. Senegal v Colombia


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    3. England v Belgium


      World Cup (Group Stage)
    4. Panama v Tunisia


      World Cup (Group Stage)
  • 30 Jun

    Saturday

    1. TBC v TBC


      World Cup
    2. TBC v TBC


      World Cup
  • 1 Jul

    Sunday

    1. TBC v TBC


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    2. TBC v TBC


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  • 2 Jul

    Monday

    1. TBC v TBC


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    2. TBC v TBC


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  • 3 Jul

    Tuesday

    1. TBC v TBC


      World Cup
    2. TBC v TBC


      World Cup
  • 6 Jul

    Friday

    1. TBC v TBC


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    2. TBC v TBC


      World Cup
  • 7 Jul

    Saturday

    1. TBC v TBC


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    2. TBC v TBC


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  • 10 Jul

    Tuesday

    1. TBC v TBC


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  • 11 Jul

    Wednesday

    1. TBC v TBC


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  • 14 Jul

    Saturday

    1. TBC v TBC


      World Cup (Bronze match)
  • 15 Jul

    Sunday

    1. TBC v TBC


      World Cup (Final)
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TVSportguide.com is all you need to catch England’s Campaign at the World Cup in Russia, when they kick off their campaign against Tunisia on June 18th! England demonstrated one of the most impressive qualifying campaigns witnessed in recent history. Conceding just twice to top their group unbeaten and dropping just 4 points along the way to finish 8 points ahead of second place, Slovakia. Overall, they looked very convincing. England fans will also take great joy in an announced team for the World Cup that is the freshest the nation has seen for over a decade. Southgate has set about eliminating the deadwood and venturing to bring in a set of players that for many of whom, it will be their first major international tournament, or even, in the case of Alexander Arnold, their very first cap for their nation altogether. It is the squad that many England fans have hoped to see for quite some time and although some may call it a risk, it might be just the shake-up England need to achieve. Let’s also not forget, Southgate has kept the experience where it counts most, upfront, in the form of Raheem Sterling, Danny Welbeck and Jamie Vardy. Plus, England’s talisman and recently announced Captain, Harry Kane, who netted 5 in 6 games for England in qualification and 30 times in 37 appearances for his club, will be leading the charge in Russia. With so many disappointments delivered to England fans at practically every tournament since 2002, fans will be forgiven for being skeptical this time around also. However, with a proven manager in Southgate at the helm and a squad full of youthful class, maybe, just maybe, football may be finally coming home, after a very, very long time away. Whatever happens, you can catch it all unfold with TVSportguide.com, as well as keep track of all the World Cup betting action at Betpal!
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