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Russia vs Egypt, World Cup 2018 Group A clash, kicks off at 7pm on BBC 1 Russia 2018 World Cup Predictor - simulate your tournament here Betting guide: predictions and tips for Russia v Egypt > Earlier: Colombia's Carlos Sanchez gets World Cup's first red card as Japan cause Group H upset Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 6:21PM Salah news! The Premier League's top scorer adds some much-needed bite to an Egyptian attack that struggled to threaten Uruguay in a 1-0 loss Friday. On the other side, Russia winger Denis Cheryshev has promoted to the starting lineup after scoring twice as a substitute in Thursday's tournament-opening 5-0 win over Saudi Arabia. Egypt: Mohamed Elshenawy, Ali Gabr, Ahmed Hegazy, Mohamed Abdelshafy, Ahmed Fathi, Tarek Hamed, Mohamed Elneny, Abdalla Said, Mohamed Salah, Mahmoud Hassan, Marwan Mohsen. Russia: Igor Akinfeev, Mario Fernandes, Ilya Kutepov, Sergei Ignashevich, Denis Cheryshev, Yuri Gazinsky, Fyodor Smolov, Roman Zobnin, Alexander Golovin, Yuri Zhirkov, Alexander Samedov. 6:20PM Heartwarming news! Suspended former FIFA president Sepp Blatter has arrived in Moscow for a World Cup visit at the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Blatter posed for photographs with people on his arrival at a five-star hotel downtown. The 82-year-old former FIFA president is banned from official football duty until October 2021 for financial misconduct during this 17-year rule. This is Blatter's first public appearance outside his native Switzerland since July 2015 when the World Cup qualifying draw was conducted in St. Petersburg. Blatter shared the stage that day with Putin and could meet with the Russian president this week. The FIFA ban does not prevent Blatter attending games and he is expected to see Portugal play Morocco on Wednesday at Luzhniki Stadium. 5:49PM And please welcome your hosts.... Russia! Starting Eleven @TeamRussia vs @Pharaohs#Rusia2018#RUSEGYpic.twitter.com/HLD5EZt081— Сборная России (@TeamRussia) June 19, 2018 Playing in their controversial 4-4-4 formation and giving a start to an old geezer who has come in the wrong PE kit. 5:47PM Where is the match? World Cup 2018 stadium: Saint Petersburg Stadium 5:46PM More on Mo Egypt striker Mohamed Salah will make his first appearance at the World Cup after being named in the starting line-up for tonight's match with Russia, the Egyptian Football Association has announced. The Liverpool forward has been sidelined since injuring his shoulder during last month's Champions League final defeat against Real Madrid. Salah, who was an unused substitute in Egypt's Group A opener against Uruguay on Friday, will lead his side as they face hosts Russia at Krestovsky Stadium in an attempt to bounce back from that defeat with a result. 5:45PM Here's all our reaction to the England game Tunisia 1 England 2 | Kane snatches winning World Cup start for Southgate's men 5:44PM Liverpool sending good vibes @MoSalah starts. ������#WorldCuppic.twitter.com/UbZbrhIFPR— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 19, 2018 5:43PM Teams إليكم تشكيل #الفراعنة لمباراة الليلة #worldcup#ThePharaohs#RUSEGY#RUS �� #Egypic.twitter.com/fMV9pNzzYk— Egypt National Football Team (@Pharaohs) June 19, 2018 5:39PM He's in Mo Salah starts! Full team news coming up. Great news: Mo Salah starts for Egypt.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 19, 2018 5:35PM All hail the Egyptian King! Good evening, and welcome to our live blog of the first of the second round of group games. Everyone, with the exception of the Russian football team and fans, is surely hoping that Mo Salah is fit enough to play in this match, and fit enough to give a good account of himself. Ronaldo has already lit up the tournament, Messi was poor, Suarez looked a bit fat and off the pace, De Bruyne had his moments, and now it is the chance for one of the other top, top, top, top players to make his mark, we hope. his Egypt side will play the hosts badly needing a result. Egypt lost by the single goal to Uruguay the other day and cannot afford another slip up. As for the hosts, they got the tournament off to an unexpectedly joyous start in the first game when they walloped Saudi Arabia. Of all the teams I have seen in the competition only the Saudis could be said to be without merit or ability, and I full expect all the other teams in this group to have the full three points off them. But anyone will be doing well to better the goal difference good times that Russia have got for themselves. In all likelihood, Uruguay are going to have six points within the next 24 hours and that means that this game is a very important fixture for Egypt. We will have the team news as soon as it comes in, the match itself starts at 7pm UK time. Meanwhile, why not follow the end of Poland V Senegal here with JJ Bull?
Russia vs Egypt, World Cup 2018: live score and latest updates as Mo Salah starts
Russia vs Egypt, World Cup 2018 Group A clash, kicks off at 7pm on BBC 1 Russia 2018 World Cup Predictor - simulate your tournament here Betting guide: predictions and tips for Russia v Egypt > Earlier: Colombia's Carlos Sanchez gets World Cup's first red card as Japan cause Group H upset Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 6:21PM Salah news! The Premier League's top scorer adds some much-needed bite to an Egyptian attack that struggled to threaten Uruguay in a 1-0 loss Friday. On the other side, Russia winger Denis Cheryshev has promoted to the starting lineup after scoring twice as a substitute in Thursday's tournament-opening 5-0 win over Saudi Arabia. Egypt: Mohamed Elshenawy, Ali Gabr, Ahmed Hegazy, Mohamed Abdelshafy, Ahmed Fathi, Tarek Hamed, Mohamed Elneny, Abdalla Said, Mohamed Salah, Mahmoud Hassan, Marwan Mohsen. Russia: Igor Akinfeev, Mario Fernandes, Ilya Kutepov, Sergei Ignashevich, Denis Cheryshev, Yuri Gazinsky, Fyodor Smolov, Roman Zobnin, Alexander Golovin, Yuri Zhirkov, Alexander Samedov. 6:20PM Heartwarming news! Suspended former FIFA president Sepp Blatter has arrived in Moscow for a World Cup visit at the invitation of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Blatter posed for photographs with people on his arrival at a five-star hotel downtown. The 82-year-old former FIFA president is banned from official football duty until October 2021 for financial misconduct during this 17-year rule. This is Blatter's first public appearance outside his native Switzerland since July 2015 when the World Cup qualifying draw was conducted in St. Petersburg. Blatter shared the stage that day with Putin and could meet with the Russian president this week. The FIFA ban does not prevent Blatter attending games and he is expected to see Portugal play Morocco on Wednesday at Luzhniki Stadium. 5:49PM And please welcome your hosts.... Russia! Starting Eleven @TeamRussia vs @Pharaohs#Rusia2018#RUSEGYpic.twitter.com/HLD5EZt081— Сборная России (@TeamRussia) June 19, 2018 Playing in their controversial 4-4-4 formation and giving a start to an old geezer who has come in the wrong PE kit. 5:47PM Where is the match? World Cup 2018 stadium: Saint Petersburg Stadium 5:46PM More on Mo Egypt striker Mohamed Salah will make his first appearance at the World Cup after being named in the starting line-up for tonight's match with Russia, the Egyptian Football Association has announced. The Liverpool forward has been sidelined since injuring his shoulder during last month's Champions League final defeat against Real Madrid. Salah, who was an unused substitute in Egypt's Group A opener against Uruguay on Friday, will lead his side as they face hosts Russia at Krestovsky Stadium in an attempt to bounce back from that defeat with a result. 5:45PM Here's all our reaction to the England game Tunisia 1 England 2 | Kane snatches winning World Cup start for Southgate's men 5:44PM Liverpool sending good vibes @MoSalah starts. ������#WorldCuppic.twitter.com/UbZbrhIFPR— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 19, 2018 5:43PM Teams إليكم تشكيل #الفراعنة لمباراة الليلة #worldcup#ThePharaohs#RUSEGY#RUS �� #Egypic.twitter.com/fMV9pNzzYk— Egypt National Football Team (@Pharaohs) June 19, 2018 5:39PM He's in Mo Salah starts! Full team news coming up. Great news: Mo Salah starts for Egypt.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 19, 2018 5:35PM All hail the Egyptian King! Good evening, and welcome to our live blog of the first of the second round of group games. Everyone, with the exception of the Russian football team and fans, is surely hoping that Mo Salah is fit enough to play in this match, and fit enough to give a good account of himself. Ronaldo has already lit up the tournament, Messi was poor, Suarez looked a bit fat and off the pace, De Bruyne had his moments, and now it is the chance for one of the other top, top, top, top players to make his mark, we hope. his Egypt side will play the hosts badly needing a result. Egypt lost by the single goal to Uruguay the other day and cannot afford another slip up. As for the hosts, they got the tournament off to an unexpectedly joyous start in the first game when they walloped Saudi Arabia. Of all the teams I have seen in the competition only the Saudis could be said to be without merit or ability, and I full expect all the other teams in this group to have the full three points off them. But anyone will be doing well to better the goal difference good times that Russia have got for themselves. In all likelihood, Uruguay are going to have six points within the next 24 hours and that means that this game is a very important fixture for Egypt. We will have the team news as soon as it comes in, the match itself starts at 7pm UK time. Meanwhile, why not follow the end of Poland V Senegal here with JJ Bull?
The result leaves Senegal, famous winners over defending champions France in the opening match of their last World Cup appearance in 2002, level with Japan.
Senegal punish Polish errors to win 2-1 in Group H
The result leaves Senegal, famous winners over defending champions France in the opening match of their last World Cup appearance in 2002, level with Japan.
The result leaves Senegal, famous winners over defending champions France in the opening match of their last World Cup appearance in 2002, level with Japan.
Senegal punish Polish errors to win 2-1 in Group H
The result leaves Senegal, famous winners over defending champions France in the opening match of their last World Cup appearance in 2002, level with Japan.
Champions-League-Sieger Carvajal kehrt in Spaniens Team zurück
Champions-League-Sieger Carvajal kehrt in Spaniens Team zurück
Champions-League-Sieger Carvajal kehrt in Spaniens Team zurück
NEW YORK, NY - MAY 05: Crown Prince of Iran, Reza Pahlavi in attendance at the 4th Annual Champions Of Jewish Values International Awards Gala at Marriott Marquis Times Square on May 5, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Steve Mack/Getty Images)
The Late Shah's Son Wants a Democratic Revolution in Iran
NEW YORK, NY - MAY 05: Crown Prince of Iran, Reza Pahlavi in attendance at the 4th Annual Champions Of Jewish Values International Awards Gala at Marriott Marquis Times Square on May 5, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Steve Mack/Getty Images)
Cristiano Ronaldo mit seiner Freundin Georgina Rodriguez nach dem Champions-League-Sieg in Kiew gegen Liverpool
Cristiano Ronaldo mit seiner Freundin Georgina Rodriguez nach dem Champions-League-Sieg in Kiew gegen Liverpool
Cristiano Ronaldo mit seiner Freundin Georgina Rodriguez nach dem Champions-League-Sieg in Kiew gegen Liverpool
Polish and Senegalese soccer fans did some sightseeing in Moscow's Red Square on Tuesday (June 19), ahead of their teams' showdown. Senegal reached the 2002 quarter-finals and stunned defending champions France 1-0 in their opening game. With star forward Sadio Mane, the fans are confident that they can steal a win from the side of Robert Lewandowski. Polish fans say the Bundesliga striker will be enough to bring them to victory. No African team has bettered Senegal's 2002 achievement. Cameroon, in 1990, and Ghana in 2010 also reached the quarters.
Poland and Senegal fans pin hopes on star players, as match looms
Polish and Senegalese soccer fans did some sightseeing in Moscow's Red Square on Tuesday (June 19), ahead of their teams' showdown. Senegal reached the 2002 quarter-finals and stunned defending champions France 1-0 in their opening game. With star forward Sadio Mane, the fans are confident that they can steal a win from the side of Robert Lewandowski. Polish fans say the Bundesliga striker will be enough to bring them to victory. No African team has bettered Senegal's 2002 achievement. Cameroon, in 1990, and Ghana in 2010 also reached the quarters.
Polish and Senegalese soccer fans did some sightseeing in Moscow's Red Square on Tuesday (June 19), ahead of their teams' showdown. Senegal reached the 2002 quarter-finals and stunned defending champions France 1-0 in their opening game. With star forward Sadio Mane, the fans are confident that they can steal a win from the side of Robert Lewandowski. Polish fans say the Bundesliga striker will be enough to bring them to victory. No African team has bettered Senegal's 2002 achievement. Cameroon, in 1990, and Ghana in 2010 also reached the quarters.
Poland and Senegal fans pin hopes on star players, as match looms
Polish and Senegalese soccer fans did some sightseeing in Moscow's Red Square on Tuesday (June 19), ahead of their teams' showdown. Senegal reached the 2002 quarter-finals and stunned defending champions France 1-0 in their opening game. With star forward Sadio Mane, the fans are confident that they can steal a win from the side of Robert Lewandowski. Polish fans say the Bundesliga striker will be enough to bring them to victory. No African team has bettered Senegal's 2002 achievement. Cameroon, in 1990, and Ghana in 2010 also reached the quarters.
Polish and Senegalese soccer fans did some sightseeing in Moscow's Red Square on Tuesday (June 19), ahead of their teams' showdown. Senegal reached the 2002 quarter-finals and stunned defending champions France 1-0 in their opening game. With star forward Sadio Mane, the fans are confident that they can steal a win from the side of Robert Lewandowski. Polish fans say the Bundesliga striker will be enough to bring them to victory. No African team has bettered Senegal's 2002 achievement. Cameroon, in 1990, and Ghana in 2010 also reached the quarters.
Poland and Senegal fans pin hopes on star players, as match looms
Polish and Senegalese soccer fans did some sightseeing in Moscow's Red Square on Tuesday (June 19), ahead of their teams' showdown. Senegal reached the 2002 quarter-finals and stunned defending champions France 1-0 in their opening game. With star forward Sadio Mane, the fans are confident that they can steal a win from the side of Robert Lewandowski. Polish fans say the Bundesliga striker will be enough to bring them to victory. No African team has bettered Senegal's 2002 achievement. Cameroon, in 1990, and Ghana in 2010 also reached the quarters.
Polish and Senegalese soccer fans did some sightseeing in Moscow's Red Square on Tuesday (June 19), ahead of their teams' showdown. Senegal reached the 2002 quarter-finals and stunned defending champions France 1-0 in their opening game. With star forward Sadio Mane, the fans are confident that they can steal a win from the side of Robert Lewandowski. Polish fans say the Bundesliga striker will be enough to bring them to victory. No African team has bettered Senegal's 2002 achievement. Cameroon, in 1990, and Ghana in 2010 also reached the quarters.
Poland and Senegal fans pin hopes on star players, as match looms
Polish and Senegalese soccer fans did some sightseeing in Moscow's Red Square on Tuesday (June 19), ahead of their teams' showdown. Senegal reached the 2002 quarter-finals and stunned defending champions France 1-0 in their opening game. With star forward Sadio Mane, the fans are confident that they can steal a win from the side of Robert Lewandowski. Polish fans say the Bundesliga striker will be enough to bring them to victory. No African team has bettered Senegal's 2002 achievement. Cameroon, in 1990, and Ghana in 2010 also reached the quarters.
“No one was happy about the way we finished at CWG,” said the Indian captain before leaving for Champions Trophy.
CWG Hurt Players: Hockey Captain Sreejesh Before Champions Trophy
“No one was happy about the way we finished at CWG,” said the Indian captain before leaving for Champions Trophy.
“No one was happy about the way we finished at CWG,” said the Indian captain before leaving for Champions Trophy.
CWG Hurt Players: Hockey Captain Sreejesh Before Champions Trophy
“No one was happy about the way we finished at CWG,” said the Indian captain before leaving for Champions Trophy.
What is it? England's second Group G match of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Gareth Southgate's side got off to a terrific start with a late win over Tunisia, thanks to Harry Kane's double. Now it's onto Panama, before their final group game against Belgium. When is it? Sunday, June 24, 2018. Where is it? Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod. What time is kick-off? 1pm BST. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game What TV channel is it on? The BBC and ITV are sharing the rights to this World Cup. You can watch this one on BBC. Latest team news England Dele Alli is hoping the quad complaint picked up in England's World Cup win against Tunisia is not too serious. The 22-year-old played 80 minutes of Monday's 2-1 Group G clash in Volgograd, despite Fabian Delph being stripped and seemingly ready to come on in the first half. Alli will have the quad issue assessed upon England's return to the team base in Repino, with the midfielder hoping it will not rule him out Sunday's match against Panama. "Hopefully I am OK," Alli said after the game. "It's my quad." England vs Tunisia Player ratings England manager Gareth Southgate will be hoping for good news after keeping tabs Alli's issue against Tunisia. "We had to keep monitoring Dele," the Three Lions boss said. "He was feeling a little bit of an issue just before half-time, but he felt he could carry on and I thought the runs that he was making and the way he was pressing the ball was still causing a problem. "He had a half chance with a lovely ball Jordan Henderson played to him, lofted over the top. "But we have good options on the bench and we felt to put the freshness of Marcus (Rashford) and Ruben (Loftus-Cheek) would both bring fresh energy but also a different sort threat to the one that we'd posed." Panama The World Cup finals debutants have no injuries to report and Hernan Dario Gomez has a full-strength squad of relatively unknown but remarkably experienced players - the 24 men picked for the spring friendlies averaged 59 caps each - ready for Russia. World Cup 2018 venues What do we know about the Panama team? In a country better known for its baseball players and boxing champions, football will muscle into their territory when Panama make a first trip to the World Cup. The Central Americans aren't complete unknowns. Twice runners-up at the Concacaf Gold Cup, they qualified for the tournament in Russia by finishing ahead of the United States. That's despite the huge disparity between the countries: Panama has only 4 million people, while the US has about 320 million. Tougher challenges loom for Panama in June when Belgium and England are among the team's opponents in Group G. Roman Torres could be key to preventing Panama from leaking goals. The dreadlocked defender became a national hero after scoring the goal that clinched Panama's World Cup place, leading to a national holiday being declared. Here's a closer look at the Panama team: Coach Gomez is known for working his magic. After guiding his homeland of Colombia to the 1998 World Cup, he led Ecuador to the tournament for the first time in 2002. World Cup 2018 stadiums Goalkeepers Jaime Penedo, who started in goal in the last three qualifiers, helped the team finish second at the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2005 and in 2013, where he was named the best goalkeeper. But he has not been a regular starter recently at Dinamo Bucharest in Romania. Defenders The 32-year-old Torres of the Seattle Sounders club is trying to get back into full shape after a knee injury. He is set be joined in central defense by Fidel Escobar and Adolfo Machado. They will likely be flanked by Michael Murillo on the right and Eric Davis on the left. World Cup predictor Midfielders Gabriel Gomez and Anibal Godoy are expected to assume the defensive midfield roles. Alberto Quintero is likely to play on the left and Edgar Joel Barcenas could play on the right or in the center behind the striker to create more scoring chances. Forwards Expect a sole striker for the Belgium and England games. Gomez will have to decide on 37-year-old Blas Perez or 29-year-old Gabriel Torres, who has had a successful season with Chilean club Huachipato. Luis Tejada, known as the "Matador" for his lethal finishing, is 36 and is another aging option. Best-priced accumulators | New customer offers What are they saying? Panama coach Hernan Dario Gomez hopes his team is a "dignified rival": "I hope people enjoy it instead of criticising and destroying the dream that we've achieved. "We have played Wales, who are more or less the same style (as England). We also played against Iran, who are like Tunisia. We have knowledge of what we'll come up against.” Latest Group G table World Cup 2018 Group G What are the odds? England to win 1/5 Draw 4/1 Panama to win 12/1 What's our prediction? To avoid embarrassing defeats at the World Cup, Panama have experimented with five defenders and they limited the damage in a friendly against Denmark in March to a 1-0 loss. England have often struggled to break defensive teams down, but once the first goal goes in, expect the floodgates to open. Predicted score: England 4 Panama 0.
England vs Panama, World Cup 2018: When is England's next game, what time does it start and what TV channel is it on?
What is it? England's second Group G match of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Gareth Southgate's side got off to a terrific start with a late win over Tunisia, thanks to Harry Kane's double. Now it's onto Panama, before their final group game against Belgium. When is it? Sunday, June 24, 2018. Where is it? Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod. What time is kick-off? 1pm BST. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game What TV channel is it on? The BBC and ITV are sharing the rights to this World Cup. You can watch this one on BBC. Latest team news England Dele Alli is hoping the quad complaint picked up in England's World Cup win against Tunisia is not too serious. The 22-year-old played 80 minutes of Monday's 2-1 Group G clash in Volgograd, despite Fabian Delph being stripped and seemingly ready to come on in the first half. Alli will have the quad issue assessed upon England's return to the team base in Repino, with the midfielder hoping it will not rule him out Sunday's match against Panama. "Hopefully I am OK," Alli said after the game. "It's my quad." England vs Tunisia Player ratings England manager Gareth Southgate will be hoping for good news after keeping tabs Alli's issue against Tunisia. "We had to keep monitoring Dele," the Three Lions boss said. "He was feeling a little bit of an issue just before half-time, but he felt he could carry on and I thought the runs that he was making and the way he was pressing the ball was still causing a problem. "He had a half chance with a lovely ball Jordan Henderson played to him, lofted over the top. "But we have good options on the bench and we felt to put the freshness of Marcus (Rashford) and Ruben (Loftus-Cheek) would both bring fresh energy but also a different sort threat to the one that we'd posed." Panama The World Cup finals debutants have no injuries to report and Hernan Dario Gomez has a full-strength squad of relatively unknown but remarkably experienced players - the 24 men picked for the spring friendlies averaged 59 caps each - ready for Russia. World Cup 2018 venues What do we know about the Panama team? In a country better known for its baseball players and boxing champions, football will muscle into their territory when Panama make a first trip to the World Cup. The Central Americans aren't complete unknowns. Twice runners-up at the Concacaf Gold Cup, they qualified for the tournament in Russia by finishing ahead of the United States. That's despite the huge disparity between the countries: Panama has only 4 million people, while the US has about 320 million. Tougher challenges loom for Panama in June when Belgium and England are among the team's opponents in Group G. Roman Torres could be key to preventing Panama from leaking goals. The dreadlocked defender became a national hero after scoring the goal that clinched Panama's World Cup place, leading to a national holiday being declared. Here's a closer look at the Panama team: Coach Gomez is known for working his magic. After guiding his homeland of Colombia to the 1998 World Cup, he led Ecuador to the tournament for the first time in 2002. World Cup 2018 stadiums Goalkeepers Jaime Penedo, who started in goal in the last three qualifiers, helped the team finish second at the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2005 and in 2013, where he was named the best goalkeeper. But he has not been a regular starter recently at Dinamo Bucharest in Romania. Defenders The 32-year-old Torres of the Seattle Sounders club is trying to get back into full shape after a knee injury. He is set be joined in central defense by Fidel Escobar and Adolfo Machado. They will likely be flanked by Michael Murillo on the right and Eric Davis on the left. World Cup predictor Midfielders Gabriel Gomez and Anibal Godoy are expected to assume the defensive midfield roles. Alberto Quintero is likely to play on the left and Edgar Joel Barcenas could play on the right or in the center behind the striker to create more scoring chances. Forwards Expect a sole striker for the Belgium and England games. Gomez will have to decide on 37-year-old Blas Perez or 29-year-old Gabriel Torres, who has had a successful season with Chilean club Huachipato. Luis Tejada, known as the "Matador" for his lethal finishing, is 36 and is another aging option. Best-priced accumulators | New customer offers What are they saying? Panama coach Hernan Dario Gomez hopes his team is a "dignified rival": "I hope people enjoy it instead of criticising and destroying the dream that we've achieved. "We have played Wales, who are more or less the same style (as England). We also played against Iran, who are like Tunisia. We have knowledge of what we'll come up against.” Latest Group G table World Cup 2018 Group G What are the odds? England to win 1/5 Draw 4/1 Panama to win 12/1 What's our prediction? To avoid embarrassing defeats at the World Cup, Panama have experimented with five defenders and they limited the damage in a friendly against Denmark in March to a 1-0 loss. England have often struggled to break defensive teams down, but once the first goal goes in, expect the floodgates to open. Predicted score: England 4 Panama 0.
What is it? England's second Group G match of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Gareth Southgate's side got off to a terrific start with a late win over Tunisia, thanks to Harry Kane's double. Now it's onto Panama, before their final group game against Belgium. When is it? Sunday, June 24, 2018. Where is it? Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod. What time is kick-off? 1pm BST. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game What TV channel is it on? The BBC and ITV are sharing the rights to this World Cup. You can watch this one on BBC. Latest team news England Dele Alli is hoping the quad complaint picked up in England's World Cup win against Tunisia is not too serious. The 22-year-old played 80 minutes of Monday's 2-1 Group G clash in Volgograd, despite Fabian Delph being stripped and seemingly ready to come on in the first half. Alli will have the quad issue assessed upon England's return to the team base in Repino, with the midfielder hoping it will not rule him out Sunday's match against Panama. "Hopefully I am OK," Alli said after the game. "It's my quad." England vs Tunisia Player ratings England manager Gareth Southgate will be hoping for good news after keeping tabs Alli's issue against Tunisia. "We had to keep monitoring Dele," the Three Lions boss said. "He was feeling a little bit of an issue just before half-time, but he felt he could carry on and I thought the runs that he was making and the way he was pressing the ball was still causing a problem. "He had a half chance with a lovely ball Jordan Henderson played to him, lofted over the top. "But we have good options on the bench and we felt to put the freshness of Marcus (Rashford) and Ruben (Loftus-Cheek) would both bring fresh energy but also a different sort threat to the one that we'd posed." Panama The World Cup finals debutants have no injuries to report and Hernan Dario Gomez has a full-strength squad of relatively unknown but remarkably experienced players - the 24 men picked for the spring friendlies averaged 59 caps each - ready for Russia. World Cup 2018 venues What do we know about the Panama team? In a country better known for its baseball players and boxing champions, football will muscle into their territory when Panama make a first trip to the World Cup. The Central Americans aren't complete unknowns. Twice runners-up at the Concacaf Gold Cup, they qualified for the tournament in Russia by finishing ahead of the United States. That's despite the huge disparity between the countries: Panama has only 4 million people, while the US has about 320 million. Tougher challenges loom for Panama in June when Belgium and England are among the team's opponents in Group G. Roman Torres could be key to preventing Panama from leaking goals. The dreadlocked defender became a national hero after scoring the goal that clinched Panama's World Cup place, leading to a national holiday being declared. Here's a closer look at the Panama team: Coach Gomez is known for working his magic. After guiding his homeland of Colombia to the 1998 World Cup, he led Ecuador to the tournament for the first time in 2002. World Cup 2018 stadiums Goalkeepers Jaime Penedo, who started in goal in the last three qualifiers, helped the team finish second at the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2005 and in 2013, where he was named the best goalkeeper. But he has not been a regular starter recently at Dinamo Bucharest in Romania. Defenders The 32-year-old Torres of the Seattle Sounders club is trying to get back into full shape after a knee injury. He is set be joined in central defense by Fidel Escobar and Adolfo Machado. They will likely be flanked by Michael Murillo on the right and Eric Davis on the left. World Cup predictor Midfielders Gabriel Gomez and Anibal Godoy are expected to assume the defensive midfield roles. Alberto Quintero is likely to play on the left and Edgar Joel Barcenas could play on the right or in the center behind the striker to create more scoring chances. Forwards Expect a sole striker for the Belgium and England games. Gomez will have to decide on 37-year-old Blas Perez or 29-year-old Gabriel Torres, who has had a successful season with Chilean club Huachipato. Luis Tejada, known as the "Matador" for his lethal finishing, is 36 and is another aging option. Best-priced accumulators | New customer offers What are they saying? Panama coach Hernan Dario Gomez hopes his team is a "dignified rival": "I hope people enjoy it instead of criticising and destroying the dream that we've achieved. "We have played Wales, who are more or less the same style (as England). We also played against Iran, who are like Tunisia. We have knowledge of what we'll come up against.” Latest Group G table World Cup 2018 Group G What are the odds? England to win 1/5 Draw 4/1 Panama to win 12/1 What's our prediction? To avoid embarrassing defeats at the World Cup, Panama have experimented with five defenders and they limited the damage in a friendly against Denmark in March to a 1-0 loss. England have often struggled to break defensive teams down, but once the first goal goes in, expect the floodgates to open. Predicted score: England 4 Panama 0.
England vs Panama, World Cup 2018: When is England's next game, what time does it start and what TV channel is it on?
What is it? England's second Group G match of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Gareth Southgate's side got off to a terrific start with a late win over Tunisia, thanks to Harry Kane's double. Now it's onto Panama, before their final group game against Belgium. When is it? Sunday, June 24, 2018. Where is it? Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod. What time is kick-off? 1pm BST. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game What TV channel is it on? The BBC and ITV are sharing the rights to this World Cup. You can watch this one on BBC. Latest team news England Dele Alli is hoping the quad complaint picked up in England's World Cup win against Tunisia is not too serious. The 22-year-old played 80 minutes of Monday's 2-1 Group G clash in Volgograd, despite Fabian Delph being stripped and seemingly ready to come on in the first half. Alli will have the quad issue assessed upon England's return to the team base in Repino, with the midfielder hoping it will not rule him out Sunday's match against Panama. "Hopefully I am OK," Alli said after the game. "It's my quad." England vs Tunisia Player ratings England manager Gareth Southgate will be hoping for good news after keeping tabs Alli's issue against Tunisia. "We had to keep monitoring Dele," the Three Lions boss said. "He was feeling a little bit of an issue just before half-time, but he felt he could carry on and I thought the runs that he was making and the way he was pressing the ball was still causing a problem. "He had a half chance with a lovely ball Jordan Henderson played to him, lofted over the top. "But we have good options on the bench and we felt to put the freshness of Marcus (Rashford) and Ruben (Loftus-Cheek) would both bring fresh energy but also a different sort threat to the one that we'd posed." Panama The World Cup finals debutants have no injuries to report and Hernan Dario Gomez has a full-strength squad of relatively unknown but remarkably experienced players - the 24 men picked for the spring friendlies averaged 59 caps each - ready for Russia. World Cup 2018 venues What do we know about the Panama team? In a country better known for its baseball players and boxing champions, football will muscle into their territory when Panama make a first trip to the World Cup. The Central Americans aren't complete unknowns. Twice runners-up at the Concacaf Gold Cup, they qualified for the tournament in Russia by finishing ahead of the United States. That's despite the huge disparity between the countries: Panama has only 4 million people, while the US has about 320 million. Tougher challenges loom for Panama in June when Belgium and England are among the team's opponents in Group G. Roman Torres could be key to preventing Panama from leaking goals. The dreadlocked defender became a national hero after scoring the goal that clinched Panama's World Cup place, leading to a national holiday being declared. Here's a closer look at the Panama team: Coach Gomez is known for working his magic. After guiding his homeland of Colombia to the 1998 World Cup, he led Ecuador to the tournament for the first time in 2002. World Cup 2018 stadiums Goalkeepers Jaime Penedo, who started in goal in the last three qualifiers, helped the team finish second at the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2005 and in 2013, where he was named the best goalkeeper. But he has not been a regular starter recently at Dinamo Bucharest in Romania. Defenders The 32-year-old Torres of the Seattle Sounders club is trying to get back into full shape after a knee injury. He is set be joined in central defense by Fidel Escobar and Adolfo Machado. They will likely be flanked by Michael Murillo on the right and Eric Davis on the left. World Cup predictor Midfielders Gabriel Gomez and Anibal Godoy are expected to assume the defensive midfield roles. Alberto Quintero is likely to play on the left and Edgar Joel Barcenas could play on the right or in the center behind the striker to create more scoring chances. Forwards Expect a sole striker for the Belgium and England games. Gomez will have to decide on 37-year-old Blas Perez or 29-year-old Gabriel Torres, who has had a successful season with Chilean club Huachipato. Luis Tejada, known as the "Matador" for his lethal finishing, is 36 and is another aging option. Best-priced accumulators | New customer offers What are they saying? Panama coach Hernan Dario Gomez hopes his team is a "dignified rival": "I hope people enjoy it instead of criticising and destroying the dream that we've achieved. "We have played Wales, who are more or less the same style (as England). We also played against Iran, who are like Tunisia. We have knowledge of what we'll come up against.” Latest Group G table World Cup 2018 Group G What are the odds? England to win 1/5 Draw 4/1 Panama to win 12/1 What's our prediction? To avoid embarrassing defeats at the World Cup, Panama have experimented with five defenders and they limited the damage in a friendly against Denmark in March to a 1-0 loss. England have often struggled to break defensive teams down, but once the first goal goes in, expect the floodgates to open. Predicted score: England 4 Panama 0.
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights
Six Champions Leagues, a World Cup win and the records Ronaldo can still break in his career
After his hat-trick against Spain in Portugal's opening match at Russia 2018, a look at some of the marks the Real Madrid forward has in his sights

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