FIFA World Cup’s four matches today

FIFA World Cup will feature four matches today and day will also witness the moment of reckoning for supergiants Brazil and Germany.

In the two games to be played simultaneously at 7.30 p.m., Mexico will take on Sweden at Ekaterinburg, while Germany will meet South Korea in Kazan.

Group F stands tantalisingly poised with all four teams having the chance of advancing to the knockout round. With six points in their kitty, Mexico still need a point to be absolutely sure of reaching the knockout rounds.

Both Sweden and Germany have three points each. Swedes will advance if they better Germany’s result against South Korea.

On the other hand, reigning champions Germany need to beat South Korea by two goals or more to guarantee they qualify. Sitting at the bottom of the group without a point, South Korea can qualify if they beat Germany and Sweden lose against Mexico.

In the two Group E encounters to be played simultaneously at 11.30 p.m., Serbia will take on Brazil at Spartak Stadium in Moscow, while Switzerland will face Costa Rica at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium.

With poor record against European rivals, Brazil may not have it easy. With four points from two games, Brazil are neck and neck with Switzerland.

The five-time champions are just a point ahead of today’s rivals Serbia. Brazil and Serbia have met four times at the World Cup. Their head-to-head record is perfectly balanced with one win and two draws.

Switzerland have an opportunity to secure their place in the last Sixteen and even top the group, if they win or draw against an already eliminated Costa Rica.

Teams qualified for the last 16 of the World Cup so far:

Spain limp in knock out,

Russia

Uruguay

France

Croatia

Portugal

Belgium,

England,

France

Argentina

in last 16 of  WC

African,Asian team still none enters appears all Europeans affairs this world Cup 2018.

 

 

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