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Despite the hurt, the German tactician feels the Super Eagles captain can play a part against La Albiceleste on Tuesday evening
Rohr: Mikel can play against Argentina despite fractured metacarpal
Despite the hurt, the German tactician feels the Super Eagles captain can play a part against La Albiceleste on Tuesday evening
Hamilton holds his trophy after the 65th win of his career having dominated the entire weekend (AFP Photo/Boris HORVAT )
Hamilton holds his trophy after the 65th win of his career having dominated the entire weekend
Hamilton holds his trophy after the 65th win of his career having dominated the entire weekend (AFP Photo/Boris HORVAT )
Simon Cron would be "stunned" if Israel Folau is banned as the Waratahs prepare to face the Rebels without the injured Michael Hooper.
Hooper out for at least a month, Folau set for hearing
Simon Cron would be "stunned" if Israel Folau is banned as the Waratahs prepare to face the Rebels without the injured Michael Hooper.
FILE - In this June 20, 2018 file photo, Uruguay defender Jose Maria Gimenez celebrates at the end of the Group A match between Uruguay and Saudi Arabia at the World Cup in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini, File)
The Latest: Brazil World Cup fan arrested in St. Petersburg
FILE - In this June 20, 2018 file photo, Uruguay defender Jose Maria Gimenez celebrates at the end of the Group A match between Uruguay and Saudi Arabia at the World Cup in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini, File)
Urugay's players exercise during Uruguay's official training on the eve of the group A match between Russia and Uruguay at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Samara Arena in Samara, Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
The Latest: Brazil World Cup fan arrested in St. Petersburg
Urugay's players exercise during Uruguay's official training on the eve of the group A match between Russia and Uruguay at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Samara Arena in Samara, Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Croatia can go on a run under Zlatko Dalic at the World Cup, the coach's former team-mate Josip Skoko said.
Skoko backs former team-mate Dalic to take Croatia 'quite a way' at World Cup
Croatia can go on a run under Zlatko Dalic at the World Cup, the coach's former team-mate Josip Skoko said.
Germany's Ilkay Gundogan, left, and Sweden's Marcus Berg challenge for the ball during the group F match between Germany and Sweden at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Fisht Stadium in Sochi, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
Even with 2 wins, Mexico's place in next round not secure
Germany's Ilkay Gundogan, left, and Sweden's Marcus Berg challenge for the ball during the group F match between Germany and Sweden at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Fisht Stadium in Sochi, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
Sweden's Marcus Berg cries in pain after a foul during the group F match between Germany and Sweden at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Fisht Stadium in Sochi, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
Even with 2 wins, Mexico's place in next round not secure
Sweden's Marcus Berg cries in pain after a foul during the group F match between Germany and Sweden at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Fisht Stadium in Sochi, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa celebrates after the group F match between Mexico and South Korea at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Even with 2 wins, Mexico's place in next round not secure
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa celebrates after the group F match between Mexico and South Korea at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa celebrates with family members at the end of the group F match between Mexico and South Korea at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Even with 2 wins, Mexico's place in next round not secure
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa celebrates with family members at the end of the group F match between Mexico and South Korea at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
A few teams have qualified - including England - a few have been eliminated (sorry Poland) and Argentina are facing a battle to reach the knockout rounds. The 2018 Fifa World Cup's eight groups are shaping up nicely as we head into the final round of group games – but who is in best shape to progress to the round of 16? Here are the group tables, latest standings and permutations with 16 games to go before the knockout rounds. Last December's draw in Moscow saw England placed in Group E with Belgium, Tunisia and Panama. The top two in the group will qualify for the knockout stages. You can find details about each team, the World Cup group they are in and our prediction on who makes it through right here. World Cup Draw Live Widget 2018 Which teams are out of the 2018 World Cup? At the start of Monday: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Peru, Costa Rica, Panama, Tunisia and Poland are all eliminated. Two more will join them today. Group A - Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay Russia 5 Saudi Arabia 0 Egypt 0 Uruguay 1 Russia 3 Egypt 1 Uruguay 1 Saudi Arabia 0 To come: Uruguay vs Russia Saudi Arabia vs Egypt Our pre-tournament group prediction: Uruguay and Egypt to go through With one game to go:The two qualifiers are already known, with Russia and Uruguay both having six points from two games. They meet each other tonight to decide who gets top spot, with Uruguay needing a win to finish top due to the hosts' vastly superior goal difference. Group B - Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran Morocco 0 Iran 1 Portugal 3 Spain 3 Portugal 1 Morocco 0 Iran 0 Spain 1 To come: Iran vs Portugal Spain vs Morocco Our pre-tournament group prediction: Portugal and Spain to go through With one game to go: Spain need just a point in their last game against Morocco to be certain of qualifying for the last 16 - a win would see them top the group, provided they win by more goals than Portugal. The Euro 2016 holders also need just a point against Iran to qualify; Iran would knock them out if they win in Saransk. Group C - France, Australia, Peru, Denmark France 2 Australia 1 Peru 0 Denmark 1 Denmark 1 Australia 1 France 1 Peru 0 To come: Denmark vs France Australia vs Peru Our pre-tournament group prediction: France and Denmark to go through With one game to go: Table-topping France have already qualified and only need to avoid defeat against Denmark to win the group. A draw would be enough for Denmark to progress; if they lose, then a win for Australia against Peru - who have already been eliminated - would see them leapfrogged into third place. Group D - Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria Argentina 1 Iceland 1 Croatia 2 Nigeria 0 Argentina 0 Croatia 3 Nigeria 2 Iceland 0 To come: Nigeria vs Argentina Iceland vs Croatia Our pre-tournament group prediction: Argentina and Croatia to go through With one game to go: Croatia have already qualified and would need a remarkable collapse to finish anywhere but top. The race for second is complicated. Nigeria will definitely qualify if they beat Argentina; if they draw, they will still go through provided Iceland do not beat Croatia, or win by more than a two-goal margin. If Iceland and Argentina both win, it would come down to goal difference, with Argentina needing to win by at least one more goal than Iceland to overhaul them. A draw is no good to either of them. Group E - Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia Costa Rica 0 Serbia 1 Brazil 1 Switzerland 1 Brazil 2 Costa Rica 0 Serbia 1 Switzerland 2 To come: Serbia vs Brazil Switzerland vs Costa Rica Our pre-tournament group prediction: Brazil and Switzerland to go through With one game to go:The only thing certain in Group E is that Costa Rica are out. Brazil will go through if they avoid defeat against Serbia; similarly, if Switzerland beat or draw with Costa Rica, they will go through. Serbia will go through if they beat Brazil, In that event, Brazil would only be saved if Switzerland lost to Costa Rica and there wasn't a big goal swing against them. Group F - Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea Germany 0 Mexico 1 Sweden 1 South Korea South Korea 1 Mexico 2 Germany 2 Sweden 1 To come: South Korea vs Germany Mexico vs Sweden Our pre-tournament group prediction: Germany and Mexico to go through With one game to go: Mexico mathematically need one more point against Sweden to be certain of progressing as group winners. Second place is still a three-way tussle: Germany will qualify if they beat South Korea and Sweden do not beat Mexico by a bigger margin. Sweden will qualify if they beat Mexico and Germany fail to beat South Korea, or if they win by a bigger margin than Joachim Low's side. Most improbably, South Korea could qualify if they beat Germany by three goals, and Sweden lose. Group G - Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England Belgium 3 Panama 0 Tunisia 1 England 2 Belgium 4 Tunisia 2 England 6 Panama 1 To come: England vs Belgium Panama vs Tunisia Our pre-tournament group prediction: Belgium and England to go through With one game to go: If England beat Belgium in Kaliningrad on Thursday they will win the group; if they lose, they will progress as runners-up. If the game ends a draw, the sides will be level on points, goal difference and goals scored, meaning top spot will go to the side with a better disciplinary record (England currently have two yellow cards to Belgium's three); if this is also level, lots will be drawn. Tunisia and Panama are out. test - do not delete Group H - Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan Colombia 1 Japan 2 Poland 1 Senegal 2 Japan 2 Senegal 2 Poland 0 Colombia 3 To come: Japan vs Poland Senegal vs Colombia Our pre-tournament group prediction: Poland and Colombia to go through With one game to go: Firstly, Poland are out. The winner of Colombia vs Senegal is guaranteed a place in the last 16, while a draw will be enough for each if Japan lose to Poland. If Japan and Senegal both win, who tops the group will be decided on goal difference and then goals scored. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more World Cup 2018 | The best of the Telegraph's coverage WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018 groups: current tables, standings and permutations for round of 16
A few teams have qualified - including England - a few have been eliminated (sorry Poland) and Argentina are facing a battle to reach the knockout rounds. The 2018 Fifa World Cup's eight groups are shaping up nicely as we head into the final round of group games – but who is in best shape to progress to the round of 16? Here are the group tables, latest standings and permutations with 16 games to go before the knockout rounds. Last December's draw in Moscow saw England placed in Group E with Belgium, Tunisia and Panama. The top two in the group will qualify for the knockout stages. You can find details about each team, the World Cup group they are in and our prediction on who makes it through right here. World Cup Draw Live Widget 2018 Which teams are out of the 2018 World Cup? At the start of Monday: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Peru, Costa Rica, Panama, Tunisia and Poland are all eliminated. Two more will join them today. Group A - Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay Russia 5 Saudi Arabia 0 Egypt 0 Uruguay 1 Russia 3 Egypt 1 Uruguay 1 Saudi Arabia 0 To come: Uruguay vs Russia Saudi Arabia vs Egypt Our pre-tournament group prediction: Uruguay and Egypt to go through With one game to go:The two qualifiers are already known, with Russia and Uruguay both having six points from two games. They meet each other tonight to decide who gets top spot, with Uruguay needing a win to finish top due to the hosts' vastly superior goal difference. Group B - Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran Morocco 0 Iran 1 Portugal 3 Spain 3 Portugal 1 Morocco 0 Iran 0 Spain 1 To come: Iran vs Portugal Spain vs Morocco Our pre-tournament group prediction: Portugal and Spain to go through With one game to go: Spain need just a point in their last game against Morocco to be certain of qualifying for the last 16 - a win would see them top the group, provided they win by more goals than Portugal. The Euro 2016 holders also need just a point against Iran to qualify; Iran would knock them out if they win in Saransk. Group C - France, Australia, Peru, Denmark France 2 Australia 1 Peru 0 Denmark 1 Denmark 1 Australia 1 France 1 Peru 0 To come: Denmark vs France Australia vs Peru Our pre-tournament group prediction: France and Denmark to go through With one game to go: Table-topping France have already qualified and only need to avoid defeat against Denmark to win the group. A draw would be enough for Denmark to progress; if they lose, then a win for Australia against Peru - who have already been eliminated - would see them leapfrogged into third place. Group D - Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria Argentina 1 Iceland 1 Croatia 2 Nigeria 0 Argentina 0 Croatia 3 Nigeria 2 Iceland 0 To come: Nigeria vs Argentina Iceland vs Croatia Our pre-tournament group prediction: Argentina and Croatia to go through With one game to go: Croatia have already qualified and would need a remarkable collapse to finish anywhere but top. The race for second is complicated. Nigeria will definitely qualify if they beat Argentina; if they draw, they will still go through provided Iceland do not beat Croatia, or win by more than a two-goal margin. If Iceland and Argentina both win, it would come down to goal difference, with Argentina needing to win by at least one more goal than Iceland to overhaul them. A draw is no good to either of them. Group E - Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia Costa Rica 0 Serbia 1 Brazil 1 Switzerland 1 Brazil 2 Costa Rica 0 Serbia 1 Switzerland 2 To come: Serbia vs Brazil Switzerland vs Costa Rica Our pre-tournament group prediction: Brazil and Switzerland to go through With one game to go:The only thing certain in Group E is that Costa Rica are out. Brazil will go through if they avoid defeat against Serbia; similarly, if Switzerland beat or draw with Costa Rica, they will go through. Serbia will go through if they beat Brazil, In that event, Brazil would only be saved if Switzerland lost to Costa Rica and there wasn't a big goal swing against them. Group F - Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea Germany 0 Mexico 1 Sweden 1 South Korea South Korea 1 Mexico 2 Germany 2 Sweden 1 To come: South Korea vs Germany Mexico vs Sweden Our pre-tournament group prediction: Germany and Mexico to go through With one game to go: Mexico mathematically need one more point against Sweden to be certain of progressing as group winners. Second place is still a three-way tussle: Germany will qualify if they beat South Korea and Sweden do not beat Mexico by a bigger margin. Sweden will qualify if they beat Mexico and Germany fail to beat South Korea, or if they win by a bigger margin than Joachim Low's side. Most improbably, South Korea could qualify if they beat Germany by three goals, and Sweden lose. Group G - Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England Belgium 3 Panama 0 Tunisia 1 England 2 Belgium 4 Tunisia 2 England 6 Panama 1 To come: England vs Belgium Panama vs Tunisia Our pre-tournament group prediction: Belgium and England to go through With one game to go: If England beat Belgium in Kaliningrad on Thursday they will win the group; if they lose, they will progress as runners-up. If the game ends a draw, the sides will be level on points, goal difference and goals scored, meaning top spot will go to the side with a better disciplinary record (England currently have two yellow cards to Belgium's three); if this is also level, lots will be drawn. Tunisia and Panama are out. test - do not delete Group H - Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan Colombia 1 Japan 2 Poland 1 Senegal 2 Japan 2 Senegal 2 Poland 0 Colombia 3 To come: Japan vs Poland Senegal vs Colombia Our pre-tournament group prediction: Poland and Colombia to go through With one game to go: Firstly, Poland are out. The winner of Colombia vs Senegal is guaranteed a place in the last 16, while a draw will be enough for each if Japan lose to Poland. If Japan and Senegal both win, who tops the group will be decided on goal difference and then goals scored. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more World Cup 2018 | The best of the Telegraph's coverage WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
<p>Per ricreare le figure Paul Ridler ci mette tra i 3 e i 4 giorni di lavoro. (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

Per ricreare le figure Paul Ridler ci mette tra i 3 e i 4 giorni di lavoro. (James Ward/Caters News)

<p>Dov’è nata questa passione? Dal bisnonno Billy Bassett, giocatore della nazionale inglese (qui raffigurato). Dopo la sua morte Paul gli ha dedicato tutti i suoi lavori (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

Dov’è nata questa passione? Dal bisnonno Billy Bassett, giocatore della nazionale inglese (qui raffigurato). Dopo la sua morte Paul gli ha dedicato tutti i suoi lavori (James Ward/Caters News)

<p>Ultimamente è in clima mondiali: qui ha raffigurato Roger Milla e la sua danza celebrativa ai Mondiali 1990. (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

Ultimamente è in clima mondiali: qui ha raffigurato Roger Milla e la sua danza celebrativa ai Mondiali 1990. (James Ward/Caters News)

<p>Quella per il West Bromwich Albion. Squadra che non può dargli troppi spunti per le sue miniature, però (qui, infatti, c’è Ryan Giggs del Manchester United). (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

Quella per il West Bromwich Albion. Squadra che non può dargli troppi spunti per le sue miniature, però (qui, infatti, c’è Ryan Giggs del Manchester United). (James Ward/Caters News)

<p>Ti sono piaciute queste foto? Guarda altre curiosità sui Mondiali e sul calcio nello <a href="https://it.sports.yahoo.com/calcio/coppa-del-mondo/" data-ylk="slk:speciale RUSSIA 2018" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">speciale RUSSIA 2018</a> (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

Ti sono piaciute queste foto? Guarda altre curiosità sui Mondiali e sul calcio nello speciale RUSSIA 2018 (James Ward/Caters News)

<p>A 41 anni Paul ha trovato la sua dimensione con queste miniature, ma senza dimenticare la sua passione primaria… (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

A 41 anni Paul ha trovato la sua dimensione con queste miniature, ma senza dimenticare la sua passione primaria… (James Ward/Caters News)

<p>Una delle passioni di Paul è la Premier League. Sono molti i momenti raffigurati, come ad esempio il famoso calcio di Cantona a un fan… (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

Una delle passioni di Paul è la Premier League. Sono molti i momenti raffigurati, come ad esempio il famoso calcio di Cantona a un fan… (James Ward/Caters News)

<p>Il britannico ha ovviamente ricreato la foto con Bobby Moore che alza al cielo la Coppa del Mondo 1966 (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

Il britannico ha ovviamente ricreato la foto con Bobby Moore che alza al cielo la Coppa del Mondo 1966 (James Ward/Caters News)

<p>Anche Paul Gascoigne è stato riprodotto in tema Subbuteo (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

Anche Paul Gascoigne è stato riprodotto in tema Subbuteo (James Ward/Caters News)

<p>L’Italia non è ai mondiali? Bèh, si può ingannare il tempo giocando a Subbuteo! E la voglia viene, a guardare queste splendide miniature che hanno reso un cittadino inglese il re delle Subbuteo Legends<br>(James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

L’Italia non è ai mondiali? Bèh, si può ingannare il tempo giocando a Subbuteo! E la voglia viene, a guardare queste splendide miniature che hanno reso un cittadino inglese il re delle Subbuteo Legends
(James Ward/Caters News)

<p>Paul Ridler, nella foto, è la mente e la mano dietro a questa splendida collezione di pezzi speciali per il Subbuteo. Una passione che lo accompagna da tanto tempo (James Ward/Caters News) </p>
L’artista del Subbuteo e le sue creazioni

Paul Ridler, nella foto, è la mente e la mano dietro a questa splendida collezione di pezzi speciali per il Subbuteo. Una passione che lo accompagna da tanto tempo (James Ward/Caters News)

The commitment of fans to following their teams at the World Cup has been impressive, but two Iceland supporters surely take the crown.
If Iceland go forward, we will go forward - Lada replaces longboat in Norse odyssey
The commitment of fans to following their teams at the World Cup has been impressive, but two Iceland supporters surely take the crown.
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432,000-Mile Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Restored To Former Glory
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432,000-Mile Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Restored To Former Glory
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432,000-Mile Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Restored To Former Glory
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432,000-Mile Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Restored To Former Glory
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432,000-Mile Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Restored To Former Glory
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432,000-Mile Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Restored To Former Glory
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432,000-Mile Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Restored To Former Glory
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432,000-Mile Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Restored To Former Glory
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432,000-Mile Skoda Octavia 1.9 TDI Restored To Former Glory
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The Bhutanese winger was a hit in the I-League last season with Minerva Punjab....
ISL: Bengaluru FC sign Chencho Gyeltshen from Minerva Punjab
The Bhutanese winger was a hit in the I-League last season with Minerva Punjab....
Aug 31, 2016; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez (13) hits a grand slam against the Tampa Bay Rays during the fifth inning at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture Supplied by Action Images
MLB: Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox
Aug 31, 2016; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez (13) hits a grand slam against the Tampa Bay Rays during the fifth inning at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture Supplied by Action Images
Aug 31, 2016; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez (13) hits a grand slam against the Tampa Bay Rays during the fifth inning at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture Supplied by Action Images
MLB: Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox
Aug 31, 2016; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox first baseman Hanley Ramirez (13) hits a grand slam against the Tampa Bay Rays during the fifth inning at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture Supplied by Action Images
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2019 Audi RS1 Sportback Leads Rendering Frenzy
The hypothetical RS1 is nice and all, but we would rather have an A1 Allroad.
The hypothetical RS1 is nice and all, but we would rather have an A1 Allroad.
2019 Audi RS1 Sportback Leads Rendering Frenzy
The hypothetical RS1 is nice and all, but we would rather have an A1 Allroad.
The hypothetical RS1 is nice and all, but we would rather have an A1 Allroad.
2019 Audi RS1 Sportback Leads Rendering Frenzy
The hypothetical RS1 is nice and all, but we would rather have an A1 Allroad.
The hypothetical RS1 is nice and all, but we would rather have an A1 Allroad.
2019 Audi RS1 Sportback Leads Rendering Frenzy
The hypothetical RS1 is nice and all, but we would rather have an A1 Allroad.
What is it? It's the World Cup 2018 Group B match between Iran and Portugal and also the final group match for both teams where we find out who will progress to the next round. When is it? Monday June 25 - ie tonight. What time is kick-off? It's a 7pm BST start. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on BBC One, with coverage beginning at 6.30pm. Alternatively, you can follow every World Cup match with Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the latest team news? Iran Ehsan Hajsafi is a doubt for Iran after picking up an injury against Spain. Otherwise, a fully fit squad. Portugal Joao Moutinho is a major doubt due to illness, but Raphael Guerreiro is fit again. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What are they saying? Fernando Santos "This (Iran) are a very strong team, well-organised with good experienced players. They are beautifully organised defensively but not only that. They are good on the counter-attack," he said. "It's going to be a fascinating game. I think Portugal will move on to the Round of 16 but it's going to be a hard-fought battle," he said. "We are going to try to prove on the pitch we have the quality to beat Iran but there are many difficulties." Carlos Queiroz: "We have a game tomorrow. We need to know who is really refereeing the game. The people deserve to know who is refereeing the game when they sit in their stands," he said. He was just warming up, though, as he then compared FIFA's apparent directive to VARs that they only correct "clear and obvious mistakes" to his worrying about his daughter being a "little bit pregnant or not". "It's a question of principle - nobody understands the rules," he said. "The game cannot move in this direction." What are the latest group standings - and what is at stake? Portugal need a point to go through, while an Iran win will knock them out. What are the odds? Portugal - 4/6 Iran - 9/2 Draw - 13/5 What's our prediction? This will be a fascinating game. Carlos Queiroz's Iran have impressed, while Cristiano Ronaldo has been in incredible form, scoring four in the opening two matches. Expect it to be tight. Portugal's progress is not a guarantee, but they should scrape through with a draw. Iran 1 Portugal 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Iran vs Portugal: What time is kick-off tonight, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? It's the World Cup 2018 Group B match between Iran and Portugal and also the final group match for both teams where we find out who will progress to the next round. When is it? Monday June 25 - ie tonight. What time is kick-off? It's a 7pm BST start. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on BBC One, with coverage beginning at 6.30pm. Alternatively, you can follow every World Cup match with Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the latest team news? Iran Ehsan Hajsafi is a doubt for Iran after picking up an injury against Spain. Otherwise, a fully fit squad. Portugal Joao Moutinho is a major doubt due to illness, but Raphael Guerreiro is fit again. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What are they saying? Fernando Santos "This (Iran) are a very strong team, well-organised with good experienced players. They are beautifully organised defensively but not only that. They are good on the counter-attack," he said. "It's going to be a fascinating game. I think Portugal will move on to the Round of 16 but it's going to be a hard-fought battle," he said. "We are going to try to prove on the pitch we have the quality to beat Iran but there are many difficulties." Carlos Queiroz: "We have a game tomorrow. We need to know who is really refereeing the game. The people deserve to know who is refereeing the game when they sit in their stands," he said. He was just warming up, though, as he then compared FIFA's apparent directive to VARs that they only correct "clear and obvious mistakes" to his worrying about his daughter being a "little bit pregnant or not". "It's a question of principle - nobody understands the rules," he said. "The game cannot move in this direction." What are the latest group standings - and what is at stake? Portugal need a point to go through, while an Iran win will knock them out. What are the odds? Portugal - 4/6 Iran - 9/2 Draw - 13/5 What's our prediction? This will be a fascinating game. Carlos Queiroz's Iran have impressed, while Cristiano Ronaldo has been in incredible form, scoring four in the opening two matches. Expect it to be tight. Portugal's progress is not a guarantee, but they should scrape through with a draw. Iran 1 Portugal 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Uruguay vs Russia, World Cup 2018 Group A clash, kicks off at 3pm on ITV 1 Saudi Arabia vs Egypt: Follow live updates from other Group A match here Predictions and tips for Uruguay v Russia World Cup 2018 groups: current tables, standings and permutations for round of 16 You are the VAR: Think you can do better than the World Cup referees? Test yourself here Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 2:37PM Torreira watch Prior to the start of the World Cup, Daniel Zeqiri produced a dossier on Arsenal target and Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira. After sitting on the bench for Uruguay's first two matches, Torreira starts today. Credit: AFP 2:20PM Russia sticking with winning formula Stanislav Cherchesov has made just three changes - replacing full-backs Mario Fernandes and Yuri Zhirkov with Igor Smolnikov and Fedor Kudriashov, and bringing in attacking midfielder Aleksey Miranchuk for the rested Aleksandr Golovin. It's likely to be Spain or Portugal in the last 16 remember. 2:13PM Change of system Oscar Tabarez has abandoned the 4-4-2 diamond formation and gone for a 3-5-3, presumably to solve Uruguay's lack of width in their first two matches. It should also - in theory - help get the best out of Suarez and Cavani. Uruguay's Luis Suarez and Uruguay's Martin Caceres arrive to Uruguay's official training on the eve of the group A match between Russia and Uruguay at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Samara Arena in Samara, Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018 Credit: AP 2:06PM What it means So, the Arsenal central midfield target Lucas Torreira starts his first game at the World Cup for Uruguay, while the injured Jose Gimenez is replaced at centre-back by former Liverpool defender Sebastian Coates. For Russia, Golovin is on the bench and Dzagoev is still out injured. 1:51PM The teams are in Russia (4-5-1): Akinfeev; Smolnikov, Kutepov, Ignashevich, Kurdjasov; Samedov, Gazinskiy, Miranchuk, Zobnin, Cheryshev; Dzyuba. Uruguay (3-5-2): Muslera; Coates, Godin, Caceres; Laxalt, Nandez, Torreira, Bentancur, Vecino; Suarez, Cavani. We have our first set of teams confirmed! Here are the line-ups for #URURUS...#WorldCuppic.twitter.com/x6CJZlq1w3— FIFA World Cup �� (@FIFAWorldCup) June 25, 2018 1:48PM Who's winning today? Allow our predictor tool to reveal all... World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game 1:29PM Decider After both beginning the World Cup with consecutive victories, Uruguay and Russia meet this afternoon to decide who will top Group A. Russia's vastly superior goal difference (8-1 compared to Uruguay's 2-0) means the hosts only need to draw today to top the group. Doing so is of course the aim for both sides, but the group winners could end up with the unenviable task of playing Spain depending on the results of tonight's Group B matches. Much of the pre-match focus of this game has been on whether we should be suspicious of Russia's stunning start to the competition. When questioned by The Telegraph about why Russia (along with other nations, including England) had not disclosed how many players had undergone drugs tests at the tournament, their manager Stanislav Cherchesov said on Sunday: “Is this a question about the match or philosophy? I am not a doctor. We are talking about the match here.” Cherchesov also bristled at the implications of reporters pointing out that Russia had covered far more distance than any other team in their first two matches in the tournament. “Those who know what physiology is, we went through the Confederations Cup, we did our preparations for that and the condition of the national team then was very good, ” he said. Credit: Getty Images "Of course, we introduced some corrections and adjustments, we addressed our problems, and that’s why the team looks even better than during the Confederations Cup.” Uruguay meanwhile have been more pre-occupied in the lead up to today with two pretty average performances in their first two matches, despite winning both games. Their 71-year-old manager Oscar Tabarez has urged his team to draw on the example of the 2011 Copa America when Uruguay started slowly but ended up winning the competition. “We are aware that there is pressure there and we also believe that in our prior performances, we haven't fully lived up to our potential,' he told reporters on Sunday. “But we face that with calmness. We have had these situations before. In the Copa America in 2011, it was a similar situation, there were matches where we were far from brilliant.” The match gets under way at 3pm in the southwestern city of Samara.
Uruguay vs Russia, World Cup 2018: live score and latest updates
Uruguay vs Russia, World Cup 2018 Group A clash, kicks off at 3pm on ITV 1 Saudi Arabia vs Egypt: Follow live updates from other Group A match here Predictions and tips for Uruguay v Russia World Cup 2018 groups: current tables, standings and permutations for round of 16 You are the VAR: Think you can do better than the World Cup referees? Test yourself here Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 2:37PM Torreira watch Prior to the start of the World Cup, Daniel Zeqiri produced a dossier on Arsenal target and Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira. After sitting on the bench for Uruguay's first two matches, Torreira starts today. Credit: AFP 2:20PM Russia sticking with winning formula Stanislav Cherchesov has made just three changes - replacing full-backs Mario Fernandes and Yuri Zhirkov with Igor Smolnikov and Fedor Kudriashov, and bringing in attacking midfielder Aleksey Miranchuk for the rested Aleksandr Golovin. It's likely to be Spain or Portugal in the last 16 remember. 2:13PM Change of system Oscar Tabarez has abandoned the 4-4-2 diamond formation and gone for a 3-5-3, presumably to solve Uruguay's lack of width in their first two matches. It should also - in theory - help get the best out of Suarez and Cavani. Uruguay's Luis Suarez and Uruguay's Martin Caceres arrive to Uruguay's official training on the eve of the group A match between Russia and Uruguay at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Samara Arena in Samara, Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018 Credit: AP 2:06PM What it means So, the Arsenal central midfield target Lucas Torreira starts his first game at the World Cup for Uruguay, while the injured Jose Gimenez is replaced at centre-back by former Liverpool defender Sebastian Coates. For Russia, Golovin is on the bench and Dzagoev is still out injured. 1:51PM The teams are in Russia (4-5-1): Akinfeev; Smolnikov, Kutepov, Ignashevich, Kurdjasov; Samedov, Gazinskiy, Miranchuk, Zobnin, Cheryshev; Dzyuba. Uruguay (3-5-2): Muslera; Coates, Godin, Caceres; Laxalt, Nandez, Torreira, Bentancur, Vecino; Suarez, Cavani. We have our first set of teams confirmed! Here are the line-ups for #URURUS...#WorldCuppic.twitter.com/x6CJZlq1w3— FIFA World Cup �� (@FIFAWorldCup) June 25, 2018 1:48PM Who's winning today? Allow our predictor tool to reveal all... World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game 1:29PM Decider After both beginning the World Cup with consecutive victories, Uruguay and Russia meet this afternoon to decide who will top Group A. Russia's vastly superior goal difference (8-1 compared to Uruguay's 2-0) means the hosts only need to draw today to top the group. Doing so is of course the aim for both sides, but the group winners could end up with the unenviable task of playing Spain depending on the results of tonight's Group B matches. Much of the pre-match focus of this game has been on whether we should be suspicious of Russia's stunning start to the competition. When questioned by The Telegraph about why Russia (along with other nations, including England) had not disclosed how many players had undergone drugs tests at the tournament, their manager Stanislav Cherchesov said on Sunday: “Is this a question about the match or philosophy? I am not a doctor. We are talking about the match here.” Cherchesov also bristled at the implications of reporters pointing out that Russia had covered far more distance than any other team in their first two matches in the tournament. “Those who know what physiology is, we went through the Confederations Cup, we did our preparations for that and the condition of the national team then was very good, ” he said. Credit: Getty Images "Of course, we introduced some corrections and adjustments, we addressed our problems, and that’s why the team looks even better than during the Confederations Cup.” Uruguay meanwhile have been more pre-occupied in the lead up to today with two pretty average performances in their first two matches, despite winning both games. Their 71-year-old manager Oscar Tabarez has urged his team to draw on the example of the 2011 Copa America when Uruguay started slowly but ended up winning the competition. “We are aware that there is pressure there and we also believe that in our prior performances, we haven't fully lived up to our potential,' he told reporters on Sunday. “But we face that with calmness. We have had these situations before. In the Copa America in 2011, it was a similar situation, there were matches where we were far from brilliant.” The match gets under way at 3pm in the southwestern city of Samara.
France midfielder Paul Pogba takes part in a World Cup training session in Russia (AFP Photo/FRANCK FIFE)
France midfielder Paul Pogba takes part in a World Cup training session in Russia
France midfielder Paul Pogba takes part in a World Cup training session in Russia (AFP Photo/FRANCK FIFE)
These are NBA regular season awards now given out 10 weeks after the regular season ended.
With momentum gone and interest down, NBA finally will give out awards tonight
These are NBA regular season awards now given out 10 weeks after the regular season ended.
These are NBA regular season awards now given out 10 weeks after the regular season ended.
With momentum gone and interest down, NBA finally will give out awards tonight
These are NBA regular season awards now given out 10 weeks after the regular season ended.
Soccer Football - World Cup - Group G - Belgium vs Tunisia - Spartak Stadium, Moscow, Russia - June 23, 2018 Belgium coach Roberto Martinez looks on as Youri Tielemans prepares to come on as a substitute REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
World Cup - Group G - Belgium vs Tunisia
Soccer Football - World Cup - Group G - Belgium vs Tunisia - Spartak Stadium, Moscow, Russia - June 23, 2018 Belgium coach Roberto Martinez looks on as Youri Tielemans prepares to come on as a substitute REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
Soccer Football - World Cup - England Training- England Training Camp, Saint Petersburg, Russia - June 25, 2018 England's Jamie Vardy, Eric Dier and England manager Gareth Southgate during training REUTERS/Lee Smith
World Cup - England Training
Soccer Football - World Cup - England Training- England Training Camp, Saint Petersburg, Russia - June 25, 2018 England's Jamie Vardy, Eric Dier and England manager Gareth Southgate during training REUTERS/Lee Smith
Soccer Football - World Cup - Group G - Belgium vs Tunisia - Spartak Stadium, Moscow, Russia - June 23, 2018 Belgium coach Roberto Martinez looks on as Youri Tielemans prepares to come on as a substitute REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
World Cup - Group G - Belgium vs Tunisia
Soccer Football - World Cup - Group G - Belgium vs Tunisia - Spartak Stadium, Moscow, Russia - June 23, 2018 Belgium coach Roberto Martinez looks on as Youri Tielemans prepares to come on as a substitute REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
Soccer Football - World Cup - Group G - Tunisia vs England - Volgograd Arena, Volgograd, Russia - June 18, 2018 England manager Gareth Southgate celebrates after the match REUTERS/Sergio Perez
World Cup - Group G - Tunisia vs England
Soccer Football - World Cup - Group G - Tunisia vs England - Volgograd Arena, Volgograd, Russia - June 18, 2018 England manager Gareth Southgate celebrates after the match REUTERS/Sergio Perez
In this photo taken on Thursday, June 21, 2018, Serbia fans sit outside the Kaliningrad Cathedral, which houses a museum dedicated to Immanuel Kant, in Kaliningrad, Russia. In Kaliningrad, a small Russian outpost sandwiched between Poland, Lithuania and the Baltic Sea, philosophy and football are coming together as fans troop through a small museum dedicated to the city and one of its most famous residents - Immanuel Kant. The German philosopher who died in 1804 lived most of his life in Kaliningrad when it was the German city of Koenigsberg - it became part of the Soviet Union after World War II and now serves as an important Russian naval base and is home to a university named for Kant. (AP Photo/Michael Corder)
Football meets philosophy in Kaliningrad, hometown of Kant
In this photo taken on Thursday, June 21, 2018, Serbia fans sit outside the Kaliningrad Cathedral, which houses a museum dedicated to Immanuel Kant, in Kaliningrad, Russia. In Kaliningrad, a small Russian outpost sandwiched between Poland, Lithuania and the Baltic Sea, philosophy and football are coming together as fans troop through a small museum dedicated to the city and one of its most famous residents - Immanuel Kant. The German philosopher who died in 1804 lived most of his life in Kaliningrad when it was the German city of Koenigsberg - it became part of the Soviet Union after World War II and now serves as an important Russian naval base and is home to a university named for Kant. (AP Photo/Michael Corder)
A vendor sells balloons as he waits for customers during the 2018 soccer World Cup downtown Kaliningrad, Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Football meets philosophy in Kaliningrad, hometown of Kant
A vendor sells balloons as he waits for customers during the 2018 soccer World Cup downtown Kaliningrad, Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
NFL Network's Kim Jones discusses New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman's possible four-game suspension and who might step up in his absence.
Julian Edelman facing four-game suspension
NFL Network's Kim Jones discusses New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman's possible four-game suspension and who might step up in his absence.
NFL Network's Kim Jones discusses New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman's possible four-game suspension and who might step up in his absence.
Julian Edelman facing four-game suspension
NFL Network's Kim Jones discusses New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman's possible four-game suspension and who might step up in his absence.
NFL Network's Kim Jones discusses New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman's possible four-game suspension and who might step up in his absence.
Julian Edelman facing four-game suspension
NFL Network's Kim Jones discusses New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman's possible four-game suspension and who might step up in his absence.
Along with England's brisk progress at the 2018 World Cup, TV coverage has been one of the main talking points. ITV and BBC have assembled a stellar line-up of pundits for this summer's tournament and the quality of output has been mightily impressive. The two channels are once again sharing the rights to show the competition to UK audiences, with all 64 matches shown live. Former World Cup Golden Boot winner Gary Lineker is fronting the BBC's coverage of the event while Mark Pougatch is the face of ITV's offering. Regular BBC contributors Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Frank Lampard are joined by fresh additions in Didier Drogba and Pablo Zabaleta. Telegraph Sport columnists Alex Scott and Cesc Fabregas are also being employed as pundits. Rio Ferdinand is on the BBC's coverage Credit: Getty Images ITV also have a stellar line up including former Manchester United players Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Ryan Giggs. How to watch online Both BBC and ITV are broadcasting games live on their online streaming platforms - iPlayer and ITV Hub. The BBC are also showing a selection of games in ultra high definition through iPlayer. Live streaming online is going to become all the more important with two games being played at once this week. Are the games on BBC or ITV? Here's a full rundown of which channel will be showing which match. Group Stages Mon June 25: Uruguay v Russia (Group A), 3pm - ITV1 Mon June 25: Saudi Arabia v Egypt (Group A), 3pm - ITV4 Mon June 25: Spain v Morocco (Group B), 7pm - BBC Four Mon June 25: Iran v Portugal (Group B), 7pm - BBC One Tues June 26: Denmark v France (Group C) 3pm - ITV1 Tues June 26: Australia v Peru (Group C), 3pm - ITV4 Tues June 26: Nigeria v Argentina (Group D), 7pm - BBC One Tues June 26: Iceland v Croatia (Group D), 7pm - BBC Two Wed June 27: South Korea v Germany (Group F), 3pm - BBC One Wed June 27: Mexico v Sweden (Group F), 3pm - BBC Two Wed June 27: Serbia v Brazil (Group E), 7pm - ITV1 Wed June 27: Switzerland v Costa Rica (Group E), 7pm - ITV4 Thu June 28: Japan v Poland (Group H), 3pm - BBC One Thu June 28: Senegal v Colombia (Group H), 3pm - BBC Two Thu June 28: England v Belgium (Group G), 7pm - ITV1 Thu June 28: Panama v Tunisia (Group G), 7pm - ITV4 World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more Round of 16 Sat June 30: Winner C v Runner-up D, 3pm - ITV1 Sat June 30: Winner A v Runner-up B, 7pm - ITV1 Sun July 1: Winner B v Runner-up A, 3pm - BBC One Sun July 1: Winner D v Runner-up C, 7pm - ITV1 Mon July 2: Winner E v Runner-up F, 3pm - BBC One Mon July 2: Winner G v Runner-up H, 7pm - BBC One Tues July 3: Winner F v Runner-up E, 3pm - ITV1 Tues July 3: Winner H v Runner-up G, 7pm - BBC One Quarter-finals Fri July 6: Quarter-final one, 3pm - BBC One Fri July 6: Quarter-final two, 7pm - BBC One Saturday July 7: Quarter-final three, 3pm - ITV1 Saturday July 7: Quarter-final four, 7pm - ITV1 Semi-finals Tues July 10: Semi-final one, 7pm - ITV1 Weds July 11: Semi-final two, 7pm - BBC One Sat July 14: Third place play-off: Losers of two semi-finals, 3pm - ITV1 World Cup 2018 final Sun July 15: World Cup final, 4pm ITV1 and BBC One
World Cup 2018 on TV: Latest match dates and times for BBC and ITV and how to watch online
Along with England's brisk progress at the 2018 World Cup, TV coverage has been one of the main talking points. ITV and BBC have assembled a stellar line-up of pundits for this summer's tournament and the quality of output has been mightily impressive. The two channels are once again sharing the rights to show the competition to UK audiences, with all 64 matches shown live. Former World Cup Golden Boot winner Gary Lineker is fronting the BBC's coverage of the event while Mark Pougatch is the face of ITV's offering. Regular BBC contributors Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Frank Lampard are joined by fresh additions in Didier Drogba and Pablo Zabaleta. Telegraph Sport columnists Alex Scott and Cesc Fabregas are also being employed as pundits. Rio Ferdinand is on the BBC's coverage Credit: Getty Images ITV also have a stellar line up including former Manchester United players Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Ryan Giggs. How to watch online Both BBC and ITV are broadcasting games live on their online streaming platforms - iPlayer and ITV Hub. The BBC are also showing a selection of games in ultra high definition through iPlayer. Live streaming online is going to become all the more important with two games being played at once this week. Are the games on BBC or ITV? Here's a full rundown of which channel will be showing which match. Group Stages Mon June 25: Uruguay v Russia (Group A), 3pm - ITV1 Mon June 25: Saudi Arabia v Egypt (Group A), 3pm - ITV4 Mon June 25: Spain v Morocco (Group B), 7pm - BBC Four Mon June 25: Iran v Portugal (Group B), 7pm - BBC One Tues June 26: Denmark v France (Group C) 3pm - ITV1 Tues June 26: Australia v Peru (Group C), 3pm - ITV4 Tues June 26: Nigeria v Argentina (Group D), 7pm - BBC One Tues June 26: Iceland v Croatia (Group D), 7pm - BBC Two Wed June 27: South Korea v Germany (Group F), 3pm - BBC One Wed June 27: Mexico v Sweden (Group F), 3pm - BBC Two Wed June 27: Serbia v Brazil (Group E), 7pm - ITV1 Wed June 27: Switzerland v Costa Rica (Group E), 7pm - ITV4 Thu June 28: Japan v Poland (Group H), 3pm - BBC One Thu June 28: Senegal v Colombia (Group H), 3pm - BBC Two Thu June 28: England v Belgium (Group G), 7pm - ITV1 Thu June 28: Panama v Tunisia (Group G), 7pm - ITV4 World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more Round of 16 Sat June 30: Winner C v Runner-up D, 3pm - ITV1 Sat June 30: Winner A v Runner-up B, 7pm - ITV1 Sun July 1: Winner B v Runner-up A, 3pm - BBC One Sun July 1: Winner D v Runner-up C, 7pm - ITV1 Mon July 2: Winner E v Runner-up F, 3pm - BBC One Mon July 2: Winner G v Runner-up H, 7pm - BBC One Tues July 3: Winner F v Runner-up E, 3pm - ITV1 Tues July 3: Winner H v Runner-up G, 7pm - BBC One Quarter-finals Fri July 6: Quarter-final one, 3pm - BBC One Fri July 6: Quarter-final two, 7pm - BBC One Saturday July 7: Quarter-final three, 3pm - ITV1 Saturday July 7: Quarter-final four, 7pm - ITV1 Semi-finals Tues July 10: Semi-final one, 7pm - ITV1 Weds July 11: Semi-final two, 7pm - BBC One Sat July 14: Third place play-off: Losers of two semi-finals, 3pm - ITV1 World Cup 2018 final Sun July 15: World Cup final, 4pm ITV1 and BBC One
Along with England's brisk progress at the 2018 World Cup, TV coverage has been one of the main talking points. ITV and BBC have assembled a stellar line-up of pundits for this summer's tournament and the quality of output has been mightily impressive. The two channels are once again sharing the rights to show the competition to UK audiences, with all 64 matches shown live. Former World Cup Golden Boot winner Gary Lineker is fronting the BBC's coverage of the event while Mark Pougatch is the face of ITV's offering. Regular BBC contributors Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Frank Lampard are joined by fresh additions in Didier Drogba and Pablo Zabaleta. Telegraph Sport columnists Alex Scott and Cesc Fabregas are also being employed as pundits. Rio Ferdinand is on the BBC's coverage Credit: Getty Images ITV also have a stellar line up including former Manchester United players Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Ryan Giggs. How to watch online Both BBC and ITV are broadcasting games live on their online streaming platforms - iPlayer and ITV Hub. The BBC are also showing a selection of games in ultra high definition through iPlayer. Live streaming online is going to become all the more important with two games being played at once this week. Are the games on BBC or ITV? Here's a full rundown of which channel will be showing which match. Group Stages Mon June 25: Uruguay v Russia (Group A), 3pm - ITV1 Mon June 25: Saudi Arabia v Egypt (Group A), 3pm - ITV4 Mon June 25: Spain v Morocco (Group B), 7pm - BBC Four Mon June 25: Iran v Portugal (Group B), 7pm - BBC One Tues June 26: Denmark v France (Group C) 3pm - ITV1 Tues June 26: Australia v Peru (Group C), 3pm - ITV4 Tues June 26: Nigeria v Argentina (Group D), 7pm - BBC One Tues June 26: Iceland v Croatia (Group D), 7pm - BBC Two Wed June 27: South Korea v Germany (Group F), 3pm - BBC One Wed June 27: Mexico v Sweden (Group F), 3pm - BBC Two Wed June 27: Serbia v Brazil (Group E), 7pm - ITV1 Wed June 27: Switzerland v Costa Rica (Group E), 7pm - ITV4 Thu June 28: Japan v Poland (Group H), 3pm - BBC One Thu June 28: Senegal v Colombia (Group H), 3pm - BBC Two Thu June 28: England v Belgium (Group G), 7pm - ITV1 Thu June 28: Panama v Tunisia (Group G), 7pm - ITV4 World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more Round of 16 Sat June 30: Winner C v Runner-up D, 3pm - ITV1 Sat June 30: Winner A v Runner-up B, 7pm - ITV1 Sun July 1: Winner B v Runner-up A, 3pm - BBC One Sun July 1: Winner D v Runner-up C, 7pm - ITV1 Mon July 2: Winner E v Runner-up F, 3pm - BBC One Mon July 2: Winner G v Runner-up H, 7pm - BBC One Tues July 3: Winner F v Runner-up E, 3pm - ITV1 Tues July 3: Winner H v Runner-up G, 7pm - BBC One Quarter-finals Fri July 6: Quarter-final one, 3pm - BBC One Fri July 6: Quarter-final two, 7pm - BBC One Saturday July 7: Quarter-final three, 3pm - ITV1 Saturday July 7: Quarter-final four, 7pm - ITV1 Semi-finals Tues July 10: Semi-final one, 7pm - ITV1 Weds July 11: Semi-final two, 7pm - BBC One Sat July 14: Third place play-off: Losers of two semi-finals, 3pm - ITV1 World Cup 2018 final Sun July 15: World Cup final, 4pm ITV1 and BBC One
World Cup 2018 on TV: Latest match dates and times for BBC and ITV and how to watch online
Along with England's brisk progress at the 2018 World Cup, TV coverage has been one of the main talking points. ITV and BBC have assembled a stellar line-up of pundits for this summer's tournament and the quality of output has been mightily impressive. The two channels are once again sharing the rights to show the competition to UK audiences, with all 64 matches shown live. Former World Cup Golden Boot winner Gary Lineker is fronting the BBC's coverage of the event while Mark Pougatch is the face of ITV's offering. Regular BBC contributors Alan Shearer, Rio Ferdinand and Frank Lampard are joined by fresh additions in Didier Drogba and Pablo Zabaleta. Telegraph Sport columnists Alex Scott and Cesc Fabregas are also being employed as pundits. Rio Ferdinand is on the BBC's coverage Credit: Getty Images ITV also have a stellar line up including former Manchester United players Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Ryan Giggs. How to watch online Both BBC and ITV are broadcasting games live on their online streaming platforms - iPlayer and ITV Hub. The BBC are also showing a selection of games in ultra high definition through iPlayer. Live streaming online is going to become all the more important with two games being played at once this week. Are the games on BBC or ITV? Here's a full rundown of which channel will be showing which match. Group Stages Mon June 25: Uruguay v Russia (Group A), 3pm - ITV1 Mon June 25: Saudi Arabia v Egypt (Group A), 3pm - ITV4 Mon June 25: Spain v Morocco (Group B), 7pm - BBC Four Mon June 25: Iran v Portugal (Group B), 7pm - BBC One Tues June 26: Denmark v France (Group C) 3pm - ITV1 Tues June 26: Australia v Peru (Group C), 3pm - ITV4 Tues June 26: Nigeria v Argentina (Group D), 7pm - BBC One Tues June 26: Iceland v Croatia (Group D), 7pm - BBC Two Wed June 27: South Korea v Germany (Group F), 3pm - BBC One Wed June 27: Mexico v Sweden (Group F), 3pm - BBC Two Wed June 27: Serbia v Brazil (Group E), 7pm - ITV1 Wed June 27: Switzerland v Costa Rica (Group E), 7pm - ITV4 Thu June 28: Japan v Poland (Group H), 3pm - BBC One Thu June 28: Senegal v Colombia (Group H), 3pm - BBC Two Thu June 28: England v Belgium (Group G), 7pm - ITV1 Thu June 28: Panama v Tunisia (Group G), 7pm - ITV4 World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more Round of 16 Sat June 30: Winner C v Runner-up D, 3pm - ITV1 Sat June 30: Winner A v Runner-up B, 7pm - ITV1 Sun July 1: Winner B v Runner-up A, 3pm - BBC One Sun July 1: Winner D v Runner-up C, 7pm - ITV1 Mon July 2: Winner E v Runner-up F, 3pm - BBC One Mon July 2: Winner G v Runner-up H, 7pm - BBC One Tues July 3: Winner F v Runner-up E, 3pm - ITV1 Tues July 3: Winner H v Runner-up G, 7pm - BBC One Quarter-finals Fri July 6: Quarter-final one, 3pm - BBC One Fri July 6: Quarter-final two, 7pm - BBC One Saturday July 7: Quarter-final three, 3pm - ITV1 Saturday July 7: Quarter-final four, 7pm - ITV1 Semi-finals Tues July 10: Semi-final one, 7pm - ITV1 Weds July 11: Semi-final two, 7pm - BBC One Sat July 14: Third place play-off: Losers of two semi-finals, 3pm - ITV1 World Cup 2018 final Sun July 15: World Cup final, 4pm ITV1 and BBC One
En la imagen, el jugador sueco Andreas Granqvist reacciona en un momento del partido del Grupo F del Mundial entre Alemania y Suecia, en el estadio Fisht de Sochi, Rusia, el 23 de junio de 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
Suecia, unida contra las adversidades ante el decisivo choque con México
En la imagen, el jugador sueco Andreas Granqvist reacciona en un momento del partido del Grupo F del Mundial entre Alemania y Suecia, en el estadio Fisht de Sochi, Rusia, el 23 de junio de 2018. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
Un aficionados se hace un selfie con el futbolista alemán Mats Hummels, el 13 de junio de 2018. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
Hummels está recuperado para jugar contra Corea, Rudy es duda
Un aficionados se hace un selfie con el futbolista alemán Mats Hummels, el 13 de junio de 2018. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
Wimbledon 2018: 50 most iconic images through the years, ft. Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Andy Murray
Wimbledon 2018: 50 most iconic images through the years, ft. Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Andy Murray
Wimbledon 2018: 50 most iconic images through the years, ft. Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Andy Murray
Wimbledon 2018: 50 most iconic images through the years, ft. Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Andy Murray
Wimbledon 2018: 50 most iconic images through the years, ft. Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Andy Murray
Wimbledon 2018: 50 most iconic images through the years, ft. Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Andy Murray
Gerardo Martino: "Ojalá que a la Argentina le vaya bien, pero que el resultado no impida que todo pueda mejorarse"
Gerardo Martino: "Ojalá que a la Argentina le vaya bien, pero que el resultado no impida que todo pueda mejorarse"
Gerardo Martino: "Ojalá que a la Argentina le vaya bien, pero que el resultado no impida que todo pueda mejorarse"
Andy Murray: Wimbledon waits to see if former champion is fit to compete after lengthy injury spell
Andy Murray: Wimbledon waits to see if former champion is fit to compete after lengthy injury spell
Andy Murray: Wimbledon waits to see if former champion is fit to compete after lengthy injury spell
Dele Alli leaves the pitch during England's World Cup opener against Tunisia (AFP Photo/NICOLAS ASFOURI)
Dele Alli leaves the pitch during England's World Cup opener against Tunisia
Dele Alli leaves the pitch during England's World Cup opener against Tunisia (AFP Photo/NICOLAS ASFOURI)
Captain Kane scored England's first World Cup hat-trick since Gary Lineker against Poland in 1986 (AFP Photo/Martin BERNETTI)
Captain Kane scored England's first World Cup hat-trick since Gary Lineker against Poland in 1986
Captain Kane scored England's first World Cup hat-trick since Gary Lineker against Poland in 1986 (AFP Photo/Martin BERNETTI)
Timo Werner says he didn't believe Germany were going to score from Toni Kroos' free kick against Sweden.
Emotional Werner didn't believe Germany would score last minute winner
Timo Werner says he didn't believe Germany were going to score from Toni Kroos' free kick against Sweden.
Timo Werner says he didn't believe Germany were going to score from Toni Kroos' free kick against Sweden.
Emotional Werner didn't believe Germany would score last minute winner
Timo Werner says he didn't believe Germany were going to score from Toni Kroos' free kick against Sweden.
Timo Werner says he didn't believe Germany were going to score from Toni Kroos' free kick against Sweden.
Emotional Werner didn't believe Germany would score last minute winner
Timo Werner says he didn't believe Germany were going to score from Toni Kroos' free kick against Sweden.
<p>L’ultima gara, in Francia, è stata vinta da Lewis Hamilton: la Mercedes ha presentato un nuovo motore che si è rivelato essere abbastanza buono – ma sembra che la Ferrari abbia preso adeguate contromisure. (foto: AP) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

L’ultima gara, in Francia, è stata vinta da Lewis Hamilton: la Mercedes ha presentato un nuovo motore che si è rivelato essere abbastanza buono – ma sembra che la Ferrari abbia preso adeguate contromisure. (foto: AP)

<p>In particolare è la Ferrari che dovrà presto decidere se disfarsi o meno di Kimi Raikkonen, che ha raccolto meno di quanto sperato in seno al Cavallino. (foto: LaPresse) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

In particolare è la Ferrari che dovrà presto decidere se disfarsi o meno di Kimi Raikkonen, che ha raccolto meno di quanto sperato in seno al Cavallino. (foto: LaPresse)

<p>1 luglio: appuntamento al Red Bull Ring, in Austria, per la nona prova del mondiale di F1. Gli appassionati potranno vederlo in Tv in diretta solo su Sky, mentre in differita alle 21,30 si potrà riparare con TV8 (foto: Getty) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

1 luglio: appuntamento al Red Bull Ring, in Austria, per la nona prova del mondiale di F1. Gli appassionati potranno vederlo in Tv in diretta solo su Sky, mentre in differita alle 21,30 si potrà riparare con TV8 (foto: Getty)

<p>Nel periodo precedente al 2014 (cioè fino al 2003, e togliendo gli anni senza gp austriaco – dal 1988 al 1996) il pilota con più vittorie è stato Alain Prost, e la scuderia con più successi è stata la McLaren. Schumacher ha vinto qui ‘solo’ due volte, delle quali una con il famoso regalo di Barrichello. (foto: LaPresse) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

Nel periodo precedente al 2014 (cioè fino al 2003, e togliendo gli anni senza gp austriaco – dal 1988 al 1996) il pilota con più vittorie è stato Alain Prost, e la scuderia con più successi è stata la McLaren. Schumacher ha vinto qui ‘solo’ due volte, delle quali una con il famoso regalo di Barrichello. (foto: LaPresse)

<p>Ci potrebbero essere a tal proposito degli annunci di mercato interessanti: si attende di conoscere il futuro di Raikkonen, di Leclerc, di Ricciardo, di Alonso e di Sainz, piloti che attualmente animano il mercato. (foto: LaPresse) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

Ci potrebbero essere a tal proposito degli annunci di mercato interessanti: si attende di conoscere il futuro di Raikkonen, di Leclerc, di Ricciardo, di Alonso e di Sainz, piloti che attualmente animano il mercato. (foto: LaPresse)

<p>Nel 2017 ha vinto Valtteri Bottas, che su questo circuito è sempre piuttosto veloce. Il favorito potrebbe però essere Ricciardo, che ha corso sulla difensiva al Paul Ricard. (foto: LaPresse) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

Nel 2017 ha vinto Valtteri Bottas, che su questo circuito è sempre piuttosto veloce. Il favorito potrebbe però essere Ricciardo, che ha corso sulla difensiva al Paul Ricard. (foto: LaPresse)

<p>Da quando la F1 è tornata in Austria nel 2014, ha vinto solo la Mercedes. Statisticamente, dunque, è il momento giusto per gli avversari (foto: LaPresse) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

Da quando la F1 è tornata in Austria nel 2014, ha vinto solo la Mercedes. Statisticamente, dunque, è il momento giusto per gli avversari (foto: LaPresse)

<p>Il circuito del Red Bull Ring è situato nel sud del paese, presso Spielberg. Ha ospitato la F1 per vari periodi, l’ultimo dei quali è cominciato nel 2014. In passato il circuito si chiamava Österreichring e utilizzava solo in parte il tracciato attuale: era molto più veloce e pericoloso, anche se pieno di fascino. In varie occasioni i piloti hanno avuto a che fare con i cervi… (foto: LaPresse) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

Il circuito del Red Bull Ring è situato nel sud del paese, presso Spielberg. Ha ospitato la F1 per vari periodi, l’ultimo dei quali è cominciato nel 2014. In passato il circuito si chiamava Österreichring e utilizzava solo in parte il tracciato attuale: era molto più veloce e pericoloso, anche se pieno di fascino. In varie occasioni i piloti hanno avuto a che fare con i cervi… (foto: LaPresse)

<p>Nonostante la competitività, Vettel arriva in Austria con 14 punti di scarto, a causa del suo errore alla prima curva. Al Paul Ricard è andato meglio, nel complesso, Kimi Raikkonen… (foto: Getty) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

Nonostante la competitività, Vettel arriva in Austria con 14 punti di scarto, a causa del suo errore alla prima curva. Al Paul Ricard è andato meglio, nel complesso, Kimi Raikkonen… (foto: Getty)

<p>Chi punta tutto sulla gara di casa è la Red Bull: Dieter Mateschitz, il patron, vuole piazzare in alto sia Verstappen e Ricciardo, sia le cugine Toro Rosso – con quel motore Honda che monteranno entrambe il prossimo anno. (foto: LaPresse) </p>
F1 2018, gp Austria: orari e curiosità

Chi punta tutto sulla gara di casa è la Red Bull: Dieter Mateschitz, il patron, vuole piazzare in alto sia Verstappen e Ricciardo, sia le cugine Toro Rosso – con quel motore Honda che monteranno entrambe il prossimo anno. (foto: LaPresse)

El árbitro Nestor Pitana dirige el partido entre Rusia y Arabia Saudita, Estadio Luzhniki, Moscú, Rusia - 14 de junio, 2018 REUTERS / Kai Pfaffenbach
El árbitro Nestor Pitana dirige el partido entre Rusia y Arabia Saudita, Estadio Luzhniki, Moscú, Rusia
El árbitro Nestor Pitana dirige el partido entre Rusia y Arabia Saudita, Estadio Luzhniki, Moscú, Rusia - 14 de junio, 2018 REUTERS / Kai Pfaffenbach
Faryd Mondragon's record as the oldest player in World Cup history will be surpassed by the 45-year-old Pharaoh's goalkeeper
Veteran Egypt keeper El Hadary to become World Cup's oldest player
Faryd Mondragon's record as the oldest player in World Cup history will be surpassed by the 45-year-old Pharaoh's goalkeeper
La selección argentina durante un entrenamiento en Moscú, el 25 de junio de 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Argentina se aferra a última posibilidad de pasar a octavos ante una Nigeria en alza
La selección argentina durante un entrenamiento en Moscú, el 25 de junio de 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Fernando Alonso hopes McLaren will enjoy much more luck in the Austrian Grand Prix after a poor result for the team in France.
Alonso hopes French GP result was a one-off for McLaren
Fernando Alonso hopes McLaren will enjoy much more luck in the Austrian Grand Prix after a poor result for the team in France.
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 First Drive: Family Friendly, Fast
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 First Drive: Family Friendly, Fast
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 First Drive: Family Friendly, Fast
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 First Drive: Family Friendly, Fast
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 First Drive: Family Friendly, Fast
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 First Drive: Family Friendly, Fast
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 First Drive: Family Friendly, Fast
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 First Drive: Family Friendly, Fast
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
2018 Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 First Drive: Family Friendly, Fast
Mercedes-AMG’s V8 models aren’t always that approachable, but the GLC 63 flips the script.
El seleccionado de México, Javier Hernández, en disputa con el alemán Mats Hummels durante un partido entre ambas seleciones por el Grupo F del Mundial de Rusia, Estadio Luzhniki, Moscú, Rusia - 17 de junio de 2018 REUTERS / Kai Pfaffenbach
El seleccionado de México, Javier Hernández, en disputa con el alemán Mats Hummels durante un partido entre ambas seleciones por el Grupo F del Mundial de Rusia, Estadio Luzhniki, Moscú, Rusia
El seleccionado de México, Javier Hernández, en disputa con el alemán Mats Hummels durante un partido entre ambas seleciones por el Grupo F del Mundial de Rusia, Estadio Luzhniki, Moscú, Rusia - 17 de junio de 2018 REUTERS / Kai Pfaffenbach
En estos momentos el colombiano no se plantea abandonar el Camp Nou y pretende "ganarse el sitio" en azulgrana según fuentes de su entorno.
Yerry Mina no piensa en salir del Barcelona: "tiene contrato en vigor"
En estos momentos el colombiano no se plantea abandonar el Camp Nou y pretende "ganarse el sitio" en azulgrana según fuentes de su entorno.
England's Harry Kane, left, celebrates with his teammate England's Henderson after he scored his side's second goal during the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
England's Harry Kane, left, celebrates with his teammate England's Henderson after he scored his side's second goal during the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku, right, leaves the pitch as being substituted for teammate Marouane Fellaini during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku, right, leaves the pitch as being substituted for teammate Marouane Fellaini during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez, right, congratulates Eden Hazard after replacing him during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez, right, congratulates Eden Hazard after replacing him during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
England's Harry Kane reacts to his team's supporters following their group G match 6-1 win over Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
England's Harry Kane reacts to his team's supporters following their group G match 6-1 win over Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
England head coach Gareth Southgate celebrates his team's 6-1 victory at the end of the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
England head coach Gareth Southgate celebrates his team's 6-1 victory at the end of the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Belgium's Eden Hazard drinks during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
Belgium's Eden Hazard drinks during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
England's Harry Kane, right, celebrates with teammate Ruben Loftus-Cheek after scoring his side's sixth goal during the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
England's Harry Kane, right, celebrates with teammate Ruben Loftus-Cheek after scoring his side's sixth goal during the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku scores his side's second goal during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku scores his side's second goal during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez, right, talks to Belgium's Kevin De Bruyne during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez, right, talks to Belgium's Kevin De Bruyne during the group G match between Belgium and Tunisia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, June 23, 2018. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader)
Teammates congratulate England's Harry Kane, second from left, after he scored his side's sixth goal during the group G match between against Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Victor Caivano)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
Teammates congratulate England's Harry Kane, second from left, after he scored his side's sixth goal during the group G match between against Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Victor Caivano)
England head coach Gareth Southgate calls out to his players during the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
Belgium and England set to rest, rotate, maybe disappoint
England head coach Gareth Southgate calls out to his players during the group G match between England and Panama at the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Nizhny Novgorod , Russia, Sunday, June 24, 2018. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
The 27-year-old spent last season at Baroka, and despite getting enough time under different coaches, the club saw the net to release him
Kaizer Chiefs sign former Baroka goalkeeper Virgil Vries
The 27-year-old spent last season at Baroka, and despite getting enough time under different coaches, the club saw the net to release him
El futbolista alemán todavía recuerda la agónica victoria que mantiene con vida a su selección en el Mundial.
Reus: "Sabíamos que un empate no era suficiente ante Suecia"
El futbolista alemán todavía recuerda la agónica victoria que mantiene con vida a su selección en el Mundial.
El futbolista alemán todavía recuerda la agónica victoria que mantiene con vida a su selección en el Mundial.
Reus: "Sabíamos que un empate no era suficiente ante Suecia"
El futbolista alemán todavía recuerda la agónica victoria que mantiene con vida a su selección en el Mundial.
El futbolista alemán todavía recuerda la agónica victoria que mantiene con vida a su selección en el Mundial.
Reus: "Sabíamos que un empate no era suficiente ante Suecia"
El futbolista alemán todavía recuerda la agónica victoria que mantiene con vida a su selección en el Mundial.
Mundial Rusia 2018. Cristiano Ronaldo salió a pedirles a los hinchas iraníes que los dejaran dormir...
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Lionel Messi has come under criticism for his disappointing displays at Russia 2018, but has received the backing of Diego Maradona.
Messi 'not guilty of anything', insists Maradona
Lionel Messi has come under criticism for his disappointing displays at Russia 2018, but has received the backing of Diego Maradona.
The "Good Morning Football" crew talks about the Achilles' heel of the Browns.
What is the Browns' Achilles' heel?
The "Good Morning Football" crew talks about the Achilles' heel of the Browns.
The "Good Morning Football" crew talks about the Achilles' heel of the Browns.
What is the Browns' Achilles' heel?
The "Good Morning Football" crew talks about the Achilles' heel of the Browns.
The "Good Morning Football" crew talks about the Achilles' heel of the Browns.
What is the Browns' Achilles' heel?
The "Good Morning Football" crew talks about the Achilles' heel of the Browns.
The "Good Morning Football" crew talks about the Achilles' heel of the Browns.
What is the Browns' Achilles' heel?
The "Good Morning Football" crew talks about the Achilles' heel of the Browns.
An academy product from the quadruple winning side of last season is going to try to make his breakthrough as a professional in Ligue 1
Monaco set to poach Chelsea youngster Jonathan Panzo
An academy product from the quadruple winning side of last season is going to try to make his breakthrough as a professional in Ligue 1
Campeón continental con Zambia y Costa de Marfil, el francés ha llevado a Marruecos a un Mundial tras 20 años
¿Quién es Hervé Renard? De África al mundo
Campeón continental con Zambia y Costa de Marfil, el francés ha llevado a Marruecos a un Mundial tras 20 años
Campeón continental con Zambia y Costa de Marfil, el francés ha llevado a Marruecos a un Mundial tras 20 años
¿Quién es Hervé Renard? De África al mundo
Campeón continental con Zambia y Costa de Marfil, el francés ha llevado a Marruecos a un Mundial tras 20 años
Campeón continental con Zambia y Costa de Marfil, el francés ha llevado a Marruecos a un Mundial tras 20 años
¿Quién es Hervé Renard? De África al mundo
Campeón continental con Zambia y Costa de Marfil, el francés ha llevado a Marruecos a un Mundial tras 20 años
Campeón continental con Zambia y Costa de Marfil, el francés ha llevado a Marruecos a un Mundial tras 20 años
¿Quién es Hervé Renard? De África al mundo
Campeón continental con Zambia y Costa de Marfil, el francés ha llevado a Marruecos a un Mundial tras 20 años
<p>Tania sta ancora valutando se tornare alle gare. Anche se per ora, con il marito Stefano, ogni momento è dedicato a Maya. (Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

Tania sta ancora valutando se tornare alle gare. Anche se per ora, con il marito Stefano, ogni momento è dedicato a Maya. (Oggi)

<p>(Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

(Oggi)

<p>Ma adesso non si tuffa: dopo i trionfi dal trampolino, la tuffatrice ha occhi e tempo solo per la piccola Maya, nata il 23 gennaio scorso. (Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

Ma adesso non si tuffa: dopo i trionfi dal trampolino, la tuffatrice ha occhi e tempo solo per la piccola Maya, nata il 23 gennaio scorso. (Oggi)

<p>(Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

(Oggi)

<p>Difficile per Tania Cagnotto resistere al richiamo dell’acqua. (Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

Difficile per Tania Cagnotto resistere al richiamo dell’acqua. (Oggi)

<p>“I primi calci sono stati una grande emozione, ma speravo che lì dentro non stesse provando a fare dei carpiati…”, ha raccontato la tuffatrice nel suo libro, Oro, argento e Tania, parlando della gravidanza. (Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

“I primi calci sono stati una grande emozione, ma speravo che lì dentro non stesse provando a fare dei carpiati…”, ha raccontato la tuffatrice nel suo libro, Oro, argento e Tania, parlando della gravidanza. (Oggi)

<p>(Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

(Oggi)

<p>E adesso che è diventata mamma? Ovvio, Tania Cagnotto non riesce a resistere al richiamo dell’acqua. Così un weekend a Rimini si trasforma nell’occasione per avvicinare la sua Maya al mare. (Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

E adesso che è diventata mamma? Ovvio, Tania Cagnotto non riesce a resistere al richiamo dell’acqua. Così un weekend a Rimini si trasforma nell’occasione per avvicinare la sua Maya al mare. (Oggi)

<p>Chissà se un giorno seguirà le orme di mamma (e dei nonni materni, i tuffatori Giorgio Cagnotto e Carmen Casteiner, anch’essi a Rimini con la figlia e nipote).(Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

Chissà se un giorno seguirà le orme di mamma (e dei nonni materni, i tuffatori Giorgio Cagnotto e Carmen Casteiner, anch’essi a Rimini con la figlia e nipote).(Oggi)

<p>Eccola con la sua piccolina, nata il 23 gennaio scorso dal matrimonio con Stefano Parolin, sposato nel 2016 in una cerimonia all’Isola d’Elba. (Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

Eccola con la sua piccolina, nata il 23 gennaio scorso dal matrimonio con Stefano Parolin, sposato nel 2016 in una cerimonia all’Isola d’Elba. (Oggi)

<p>Certo è che già nel pancione Maya faceva evoluzioni… (Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

Certo è che già nel pancione Maya faceva evoluzioni… (Oggi)

<p>(Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

(Oggi)

<p>(Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

(Oggi)

<p>Per anni, l’acqua è stata il suo elemento. Ore e ore in piscina, a provare quei tuffi dal trampolino che le hanno portato un oro mondiale oltre a un argento e un bronzo olimpici. (Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

Per anni, l’acqua è stata il suo elemento. Ore e ore in piscina, a provare quei tuffi dal trampolino che le hanno portato un oro mondiale oltre a un argento e un bronzo olimpici. (Oggi)

<p>Maya sembra estasiata dal mare: mamma Tania Cagnotto la tiene stretta e le fa fare “vola vola” sulla battigia, lei sorride incantata. (Oggi) </p>
Gallery Tania Cagnotto, mamma dolcissima con la figlia Maya

Maya sembra estasiata dal mare: mamma Tania Cagnotto la tiene stretta e le fa fare “vola vola” sulla battigia, lei sorride incantata. (Oggi)

What is it? It's the World Cup 2018 Group B match between Iran and Portugal and also the final group match for both teams where we find out who will progress to the next round. When is it? Monday June 25 - ie tonight. What time is kick-off? It's a 7pm BST start. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on BBC One, with coverage beginning at 6.30pm. Alternatively, you can follow every World Cup match with Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the latest team news? Iran Ehsan Hajsafi is a doubt for Iran after picking up an injury against Spain. Otherwise, a fully fit squad. Portugal Joao Moutinho is a major doubt due to illness, but Raphael Guerreiro is fit again. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What are they saying? Fernando Santos "This (Iran) are a very strong team, well-organised with good experienced players. They are beautifully organised defensively but not only that. They are good on the counter-attack," he said. "It's going to be a fascinating game. I think Portugal will move on to the Round of 16 but it's going to be a hard-fought battle," he said. "We are going to try to prove on the pitch we have the quality to beat Iran but there are many difficulties." Carlos Queiroz: "We have a game tomorrow. We need to know who is really refereeing the game. The people deserve to know who is refereeing the game when they sit in their stands," he said. He was just warming up, though, as he then compared FIFA's apparent directive to VARs that they only correct "clear and obvious mistakes" to his worrying about his daughter being a "little bit pregnant or not". "It's a question of principle - nobody understands the rules," he said. "The game cannot move in this direction." What are the latest group standings - and what is at stake? Portugal need a point to go through, while an Iran win will knock them out. What are the odds? Guide to the best World Cup free bets and offers >> Portugal - 4/6 Iran - 9/2 Draw - 13/5 What's our prediction? This will be a fascinating game. Carlos Queiroz's Iran have impressed, while Cristiano Ronaldo has been in incredible form, scoring four in the opening two matches. Expect it to be tight. Portugal's progress is not a guarantee, but they should scrape through with a draw. Iran 1 Portugal 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Iran vs Portugal: What time is kick-off tonight, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? It's the World Cup 2018 Group B match between Iran and Portugal and also the final group match for both teams where we find out who will progress to the next round. When is it? Monday June 25 - ie tonight. What time is kick-off? It's a 7pm BST start. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this match on BBC One, with coverage beginning at 6.30pm. Alternatively, you can follow every World Cup match with Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the latest team news? Iran Ehsan Hajsafi is a doubt for Iran after picking up an injury against Spain. Otherwise, a fully fit squad. Portugal Joao Moutinho is a major doubt due to illness, but Raphael Guerreiro is fit again. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What are they saying? Fernando Santos "This (Iran) are a very strong team, well-organised with good experienced players. They are beautifully organised defensively but not only that. They are good on the counter-attack," he said. "It's going to be a fascinating game. I think Portugal will move on to the Round of 16 but it's going to be a hard-fought battle," he said. "We are going to try to prove on the pitch we have the quality to beat Iran but there are many difficulties." Carlos Queiroz: "We have a game tomorrow. We need to know who is really refereeing the game. The people deserve to know who is refereeing the game when they sit in their stands," he said. He was just warming up, though, as he then compared FIFA's apparent directive to VARs that they only correct "clear and obvious mistakes" to his worrying about his daughter being a "little bit pregnant or not". "It's a question of principle - nobody understands the rules," he said. "The game cannot move in this direction." What are the latest group standings - and what is at stake? Portugal need a point to go through, while an Iran win will knock them out. What are the odds? Guide to the best World Cup free bets and offers >> Portugal - 4/6 Iran - 9/2 Draw - 13/5 What's our prediction? This will be a fascinating game. Carlos Queiroz's Iran have impressed, while Cristiano Ronaldo has been in incredible form, scoring four in the opening two matches. Expect it to be tight. Portugal's progress is not a guarantee, but they should scrape through with a draw. Iran 1 Portugal 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
What is it? Spain and Morocco meet this evening in their final Group B game of the World Cup. Morocco are already out, but Spain are not yet mathematically through, so should play a strong team. The other two teams in the group, Iran and Portugal play tonight in a winner takes all showdown. If Iran can spring a surprise, they will knock Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal out of the competition. Whatever happens, if Spain want to guarantee finishing top, they must get a better result than Portugal. When is it? Tonight, Monday, June 25. What time is kick-off? 7pm BST. What TV channel is it on? The match will be broadcast on BBC Four. Alternatively you can follow the action here with Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad. World Cup 2018 stadium: Kaliningrad Stadium What is the team news? Lucas Vasquez was given a surprise starting place for the game against Iran, but didn't quite show what he is capable of. The talk in the Spanish press suggests that Thiago Alcantara will be given the nod this time. Daniel Carvajal has proved his fitness and should start again at right back. Morocco have a few selection queries, not least who should lead their line. Ayoub El Kaab looks to have edged out Khalid Boutaïb. Schalke midfielder Amine Harit dropped to the bench against Portugal, but could force his way back into the starting XI tonight. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? Spain are not taking this match for granted, and know that topping the group will give them an easier run in the following rounds. Sergio Busquets said yesterday: “We know what the options are, but there’s only one option for this match: win, play well, finish first." His head coach Fernando Hierro added: “We have to play well, win and forget what is happening in the other game. We have enough to worry about without worrying about other things. Mathematically we are not through, so we have to treat this match with the importance that it has on its own. This is our third game and right now there is nothing beyond that for us. Hopefully we can have a fourth, and a fifth, a sixth, a seventh.” Morocco are still seething from two penalty kicks being turned down by the referee against Portugal and VAR not being consulted. Some fans even launched a petition against Fifa. They gave Portugal a good run for their money, and will want to show why they deserved to be at this World Cup. What are the Group B standings? What are the odds? Guide to the best World Cup free bets and offers >> Spain to win 4/11 Morocco to win 9/1 Draw 4/1 What's our prediction? Spain have a golden opportunity to win the group and gain some more momentum under new coach Fernando Hierro. Diego Costa is playing catch up in the race for the golden boot so expect the snarling Spaniard to bully his way into the box all evening. Prediction: 3-0 Spain. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Spain vs Morocco: What time is kick-off today, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? Spain and Morocco meet this evening in their final Group B game of the World Cup. Morocco are already out, but Spain are not yet mathematically through, so should play a strong team. The other two teams in the group, Iran and Portugal play tonight in a winner takes all showdown. If Iran can spring a surprise, they will knock Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal out of the competition. Whatever happens, if Spain want to guarantee finishing top, they must get a better result than Portugal. When is it? Tonight, Monday, June 25. What time is kick-off? 7pm BST. What TV channel is it on? The match will be broadcast on BBC Four. Alternatively you can follow the action here with Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad. World Cup 2018 stadium: Kaliningrad Stadium What is the team news? Lucas Vasquez was given a surprise starting place for the game against Iran, but didn't quite show what he is capable of. The talk in the Spanish press suggests that Thiago Alcantara will be given the nod this time. Daniel Carvajal has proved his fitness and should start again at right back. Morocco have a few selection queries, not least who should lead their line. Ayoub El Kaab looks to have edged out Khalid Boutaïb. Schalke midfielder Amine Harit dropped to the bench against Portugal, but could force his way back into the starting XI tonight. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? Spain are not taking this match for granted, and know that topping the group will give them an easier run in the following rounds. Sergio Busquets said yesterday: “We know what the options are, but there’s only one option for this match: win, play well, finish first." His head coach Fernando Hierro added: “We have to play well, win and forget what is happening in the other game. We have enough to worry about without worrying about other things. Mathematically we are not through, so we have to treat this match with the importance that it has on its own. This is our third game and right now there is nothing beyond that for us. Hopefully we can have a fourth, and a fifth, a sixth, a seventh.” Morocco are still seething from two penalty kicks being turned down by the referee against Portugal and VAR not being consulted. Some fans even launched a petition against Fifa. They gave Portugal a good run for their money, and will want to show why they deserved to be at this World Cup. What are the Group B standings? What are the odds? Guide to the best World Cup free bets and offers >> Spain to win 4/11 Morocco to win 9/1 Draw 4/1 What's our prediction? Spain have a golden opportunity to win the group and gain some more momentum under new coach Fernando Hierro. Diego Costa is playing catch up in the race for the golden boot so expect the snarling Spaniard to bully his way into the box all evening. Prediction: 3-0 Spain. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Peru's Andre Carrillo practices during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru to focus on good finish after Farfan injury scare
Peru's Andre Carrillo practices during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru head coach Ricardo Gareca, left, and Peru's Paolo Guerrero look on during the official press conference on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Fisht stadium, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru to focus on good finish after Farfan injury scare
Peru head coach Ricardo Gareca, left, and Peru's Paolo Guerrero look on during the official press conference on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Fisht stadium, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru's Paolo Guerrero, center, practices with teammates during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru to focus on good finish after Farfan injury scare
Peru's Paolo Guerrero, center, practices with teammates during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru's Luis Advincula, left, practices with teammates during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru to focus on good finish after Farfan injury scare
Peru's Luis Advincula, left, practices with teammates during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru's Paolo Guerrero, right, practices with teammates during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru to focus on good finish after Farfan injury scare
Peru's Paolo Guerrero, right, practices with teammates during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru's Luis Advincula exercises during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru to focus on good finish after Farfan injury scare
Peru's Luis Advincula exercises during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru's players practice during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
Peru to focus on good finish after Farfan injury scare
Peru's players practice during the official training on the eve of the group C match between Peru and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup, in Sochi, Russia, Monday, June 25, 2018. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
Mercedes Building Engine Plant In Poland For 4-Cylinder Units
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
Actual production will kick off next year.
Mercedes Building Engine Plant In Poland For 4-Cylinder Units
Actual production will kick off next year.
Actual production will kick off next year.
Mercedes Building Engine Plant In Poland For 4-Cylinder Units
Actual production will kick off next year.
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
Mercedes Building Engine Plant In Poland For 4-Cylinder Units
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
Mercedes Building Engine Plant In Poland For 4-Cylinder Units
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
Mercedes Building Engine Plant In Poland For 4-Cylinder Units
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
Mercedes Building Engine Plant In Poland For 4-Cylinder Units
The Germans will assemble 48-volt mild hybrid powertrains.
The "Good Morning Football" crew debates if a veteran QB has an obligation to groom their potential successor.
Do veteran QBs have an obligation to groom potential successors?
The "Good Morning Football" crew debates if a veteran QB has an obligation to groom their potential successor.
The "Good Morning Football" crew debates if a veteran QB has an obligation to groom their potential successor.
Do veteran QBs have an obligation to groom potential successors?
The "Good Morning Football" crew debates if a veteran QB has an obligation to groom their potential successor.
The "Good Morning Football" crew debates if a veteran QB has an obligation to groom their potential successor.
Do veteran QBs have an obligation to groom potential successors?
The "Good Morning Football" crew debates if a veteran QB has an obligation to groom their potential successor.
The "Good Morning Football" crew debates if a veteran QB has an obligation to groom their potential successor.
Do veteran QBs have an obligation to groom potential successors?
The "Good Morning Football" crew debates if a veteran QB has an obligation to groom their potential successor.
Jake Bauers -- with an assist from Tropicana Field -- helped the Rays walk off against the Yankees
And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Jake Bauers -- with an assist from Tropicana Field -- helped the Rays walk off against the Yankees
Jake Bauers -- with an assist from Tropicana Field -- helped the Rays walk off against the Yankees
And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
Jake Bauers -- with an assist from Tropicana Field -- helped the Rays walk off against the Yankees
Faryd Mondragon's record as the oldest player in World Cup history will be surpassed by 45-year-old Egypt goalkeeper Essam El Hadary.
Egypt keeper El Hadary to become World Cup's oldest player
Faryd Mondragon's record as the oldest player in World Cup history will be surpassed by 45-year-old Egypt goalkeeper Essam El Hadary.
<p>Getting a sixth Super Bowl championship would put Tom Brady on a level virtually unmatched in any sport, not just football. And he's hinted in the past at how much it means to him.</p>
Curran: A look back shows how much Brady yearns for sixth ring

Getting a sixth Super Bowl championship would put Tom Brady on a level virtually unmatched in any sport, not just football. And he's hinted in the past at how much it means to him.

El creativo colombiano deslumbró a todos en sus dos participaciones en el Mundial de Rusia 2018. ¿Se lo lleva el Merengue?
¿El nuevo James? Juanfer Quintero sería pretendido por Real Madrid
El creativo colombiano deslumbró a todos en sus dos participaciones en el Mundial de Rusia 2018. ¿Se lo lleva el Merengue?
El creativo colombiano deslumbró a todos en sus dos participaciones en el Mundial de Rusia 2018. ¿Se lo lleva el Merengue?
¿El nuevo James? Juanfer Quintero sería pretendido por Real Madrid
El creativo colombiano deslumbró a todos en sus dos participaciones en el Mundial de Rusia 2018. ¿Se lo lleva el Merengue?
What is it? Australia vs Peru, a must-win match if Australia are to have any hope of staying in the World Cup. Peru are already out. When is it? Tuesday 26 June - ie tomorrow. What time is kick-off? 15:00 BST. What TV channel is it on? This one is being broadcast on ITV4, or you can follow the match live with Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? This one takes place at the Fisht Olympic stadium in Sochi. World Cup 2018 stadium: Fisht Stadium What is the team news? Australia forward Andrew Nabbout is hopeful of facing Peru after dislocating his shoulder in Australia's 1-1 draw against Denmark last week. Other than that they head into the decisive match injury free. Peru forward Jefferson Farfan will not be available for selection after suffering concussion in his country's defeat to France. Defensive midfielder Renato Tapia, who missed the match against France also from concussion, is expected to return. The Andean nation are unlikely to field a weakened side as they go in search of a goal at the 2018 Russia World Cup. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? Peru manager Ricardo Gareca told the media that his relationship with the squad remains close, and he is expected to decide on his future in the coming weeks. The Argentine manager is a hero in Peru for leading them to their first World Cup in 36 years, and fans will be hoping he stays on board. Peru captain Paolo Guerrero says that he owes Australia captain Mile Jedinak "a big hug" for signing a letter requesting for the Peru forward's ban to be lifted for the World Cup. Mile Jedinak has scored both of his country's goals in Russia from the spot, and don't bet against him scoring if he gets another as he's scored his last 16 penalties. What is the latest group table - and what is at stake? Australia must win to have any chance of progressing - but even then it is not certain. What are the odds? Australia 21/10 Peru 6/4 Draw 32/10 What's our prediction? Peru will be desperate to give their fans a goal at the World Cup so don't expect the South Americans to have lost any of their intensity despite being knocked out. Australia will be going for this too, as they must win to have any chance of qualifying. Expect a close game. Prediciton: Australia 2 Peru 2 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Australia vs Peru: What time is kick-off tomorrow, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? Australia vs Peru, a must-win match if Australia are to have any hope of staying in the World Cup. Peru are already out. When is it? Tuesday 26 June - ie tomorrow. What time is kick-off? 15:00 BST. What TV channel is it on? This one is being broadcast on ITV4, or you can follow the match live with Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? This one takes place at the Fisht Olympic stadium in Sochi. World Cup 2018 stadium: Fisht Stadium What is the team news? Australia forward Andrew Nabbout is hopeful of facing Peru after dislocating his shoulder in Australia's 1-1 draw against Denmark last week. Other than that they head into the decisive match injury free. Peru forward Jefferson Farfan will not be available for selection after suffering concussion in his country's defeat to France. Defensive midfielder Renato Tapia, who missed the match against France also from concussion, is expected to return. The Andean nation are unlikely to field a weakened side as they go in search of a goal at the 2018 Russia World Cup. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? Peru manager Ricardo Gareca told the media that his relationship with the squad remains close, and he is expected to decide on his future in the coming weeks. The Argentine manager is a hero in Peru for leading them to their first World Cup in 36 years, and fans will be hoping he stays on board. Peru captain Paolo Guerrero says that he owes Australia captain Mile Jedinak "a big hug" for signing a letter requesting for the Peru forward's ban to be lifted for the World Cup. Mile Jedinak has scored both of his country's goals in Russia from the spot, and don't bet against him scoring if he gets another as he's scored his last 16 penalties. What is the latest group table - and what is at stake? Australia must win to have any chance of progressing - but even then it is not certain. What are the odds? Australia 21/10 Peru 6/4 Draw 32/10 What's our prediction? Peru will be desperate to give their fans a goal at the World Cup so don't expect the South Americans to have lost any of their intensity despite being knocked out. Australia will be going for this too, as they must win to have any chance of qualifying. Expect a close game. Prediciton: Australia 2 Peru 2 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
2017 gave TFC its first MLS Cup, as well as significant notoriety for the club's historic year, but Greg Vanney and his side are in a world of trouble in 2018 for reasons that are still unfathomable.
The tides have turned significantly for Toronto FC
2017 gave TFC its first MLS Cup, as well as significant notoriety for the club's historic year, but Greg Vanney and his side are in a world of trouble in 2018 for reasons that are still unfathomable.
2017 gave TFC its first MLS Cup, as well as significant notoriety for the club's historic year, but Greg Vanney and his side are in a world of trouble in 2018 for reasons that are still unfathomable.
The tides have turned significantly for Toronto FC
2017 gave TFC its first MLS Cup, as well as significant notoriety for the club's historic year, but Greg Vanney and his side are in a world of trouble in 2018 for reasons that are still unfathomable.
NFL Network's Reggie Bush explains how Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could create a controversy in Tampa Bay if he plays well in the first three games.
Reggie Bush: Ryan Fitzpatrick may create QB controversy in Tampa Bay
NFL Network's Reggie Bush explains how Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could create a controversy in Tampa Bay if he plays well in the first three games.
NFL Network's Reggie Bush explains how Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could create a controversy in Tampa Bay if he plays well in the first three games.
Reggie Bush: Ryan Fitzpatrick may create QB controversy in Tampa Bay
NFL Network's Reggie Bush explains how Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could create a controversy in Tampa Bay if he plays well in the first three games.
NFL Network's Reggie Bush explains how Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could create a controversy in Tampa Bay if he plays well in the first three games.
Reggie Bush: Ryan Fitzpatrick may create QB controversy in Tampa Bay
NFL Network's Reggie Bush explains how Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could create a controversy in Tampa Bay if he plays well in the first three games.
NFL Network's Reggie Bush explains how Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could create a controversy in Tampa Bay if he plays well in the first three games.
Reggie Bush: Ryan Fitzpatrick may create QB controversy in Tampa Bay
NFL Network's Reggie Bush explains how Buccaneers QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could create a controversy in Tampa Bay if he plays well in the first three games.
NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains why Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston needs to prove he's a franchise QB this season.
Schrager: 2018 is Winston's 'moment' to prove he's a franchise QB
NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains why Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston needs to prove he's a franchise QB this season.
NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains why Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston needs to prove he's a franchise QB this season.
Schrager: 2018 is Winston's 'moment' to prove he's a franchise QB
NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains why Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston needs to prove he's a franchise QB this season.
NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains why Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston needs to prove he's a franchise QB this season.
Schrager: 2018 is Winston's 'moment' to prove he's a franchise QB
NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains why Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston needs to prove he's a franchise QB this season.
NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains why Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston needs to prove he's a franchise QB this season.
Schrager: 2018 is Winston's 'moment' to prove he's a franchise QB
NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains why Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston needs to prove he's a franchise QB this season.
Foto del sábado del futbolista sueco Isaac Kiese Thelin en acción ante el alemán Antonio Rudiger. Jun 23, 2018 REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
Foto del sábado del futbolista sueco Isaac Kiese Thelin en acción ante el alemán Antonio Rudiger
Foto del sábado del futbolista sueco Isaac Kiese Thelin en acción ante el alemán Antonio Rudiger. Jun 23, 2018 REUTERS/Pilar Olivares
Mile Jedinak asked FIFA to allow Paolo Guerrero to play at the World Cup despite failing a drug test, and the Peru star wants to thank him.
Guerrero to give Jedinak 'big hug' for help battling ban
Mile Jedinak asked FIFA to allow Paolo Guerrero to play at the World Cup despite failing a drug test, and the Peru star wants to thank him.
What is it? France are taking on Denmark in their last group game of the 2018 World Cup. When is it? Tuesday June 26 - tomorrow. What time is kick-off? 3pm BST. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this one ITV 1, with the other 3pm match - Australia vs Peru - taking place on ITV 4. Telegraph Sport will also be bringing you live coverage of both matches - and all games during this World Cup. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? Luzhniki stadium, Moscow. World Cup 2018 stadium: Luzhniki Stadium What is the team news? Denmark will be without William Kvist, who suffered a rib injury against Peru. France's centre-back Samuel Umtiti has been struggling with a thigh strain and may be rested. Adil Rami is the most likely to take his place. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? France have rrecorded two narrow victories and now face tougher competition in Denmark. They still haven't found a way to play with Dembele, Mbappe and Griezmann and ended up playing with Olivier Giroud leading the line against Peru. Didier Deschamps will need to get his team settled into a rhythm. A bad result here and an Australia win could see Denmark go home at the group stage, so they will be keen to keep their destiny in their own hands. What is the group table latest - and what is at stake? The French are already through to the last 16, but the Danes could do with picking up a point, because a big win for Australia against Peru would see them leapfrog Denmark into second place in Group C. What are the odds? Denmark win: 7/2 France win: 6/5 Draw: 8/5 What's our prediction? France to shade it with a dodgy VAR decision late in the game, just like against Australia. Cristian Eriksen will also score, because he is brilliant and on brilliant form. Prediction: 2-1 France WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Denmark vs France: What time is kick-off tomorrow, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? France are taking on Denmark in their last group game of the 2018 World Cup. When is it? Tuesday June 26 - tomorrow. What time is kick-off? 3pm BST. What TV channel is it on? You can watch this one ITV 1, with the other 3pm match - Australia vs Peru - taking place on ITV 4. Telegraph Sport will also be bringing you live coverage of both matches - and all games during this World Cup. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? Luzhniki stadium, Moscow. World Cup 2018 stadium: Luzhniki Stadium What is the team news? Denmark will be without William Kvist, who suffered a rib injury against Peru. France's centre-back Samuel Umtiti has been struggling with a thigh strain and may be rested. Adil Rami is the most likely to take his place. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? France have rrecorded two narrow victories and now face tougher competition in Denmark. They still haven't found a way to play with Dembele, Mbappe and Griezmann and ended up playing with Olivier Giroud leading the line against Peru. Didier Deschamps will need to get his team settled into a rhythm. A bad result here and an Australia win could see Denmark go home at the group stage, so they will be keen to keep their destiny in their own hands. What is the group table latest - and what is at stake? The French are already through to the last 16, but the Danes could do with picking up a point, because a big win for Australia against Peru would see them leapfrog Denmark into second place in Group C. What are the odds? Denmark win: 7/2 France win: 6/5 Draw: 8/5 What's our prediction? France to shade it with a dodgy VAR decision late in the game, just like against Australia. Cristian Eriksen will also score, because he is brilliant and on brilliant form. Prediction: 2-1 France WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
El peruano Paolo Guerrero habla durante una conferencia de prensa, Estadio Fisht, Sochi, Rusia - 25 de junio de 2018 REUTERS / Francois Lenoir
El peruano Paolo Guerrero habla durante una conferencia de prensa, Estadio Fisht, Sochi, Rusia
El peruano Paolo Guerrero habla durante una conferencia de prensa, Estadio Fisht, Sochi, Rusia - 25 de junio de 2018 REUTERS / Francois Lenoir
Entrenamiento de la selección de fútbol de Francia, Moscú, Rusia - 23 de junio de 2018 REUTERS / Axel Schmidt
Entrenamiento de la selección de fútbol de Francia, Moscú, Rusia
Entrenamiento de la selección de fútbol de Francia, Moscú, Rusia - 23 de junio de 2018 REUTERS / Axel Schmidt
The small, football-mad population of Iceland will dream of winning the World Cup if they sneak into the last 16, says Heimir Hallgrimsson.
Eurovision and World Cup glory in the sights of eternal optimists Iceland
The small, football-mad population of Iceland will dream of winning the World Cup if they sneak into the last 16, says Heimir Hallgrimsson.
Alemania-Austria, el vergonzoso arreglo de 1982 que provocó que la etapa de grupos de los mundiales se defina a la misma hora
Alemania-Austria, el vergonzoso arreglo de 1982 que provocó que la etapa de grupos de los mundiales se defina a la misma hora
Alemania-Austria, el vergonzoso arreglo de 1982 que provocó que la etapa de grupos de los mundiales se defina a la misma hora
<p>Julian Edelman's suspension appeal hearing is being heard Monday, more than two weeks after news broke that he was facing a four-game ban for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy.</p>
Julian Edelman's appeal of suspension taking place Monday

Julian Edelman's suspension appeal hearing is being heard Monday, more than two weeks after news broke that he was facing a four-game ban for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy.

Partido entre Dinamarca y Australia por el Grupo C del mundial de Rusia 2018, Samara Arena, Samara, Rusia - 21 de junio de 2018 REUTERS/Michael Dalder
Partido entre Dinamarca y Australia por el Grupo C del mundial de Rusia 2018, Samara Arena, Samara, Rusia
Partido entre Dinamarca y Australia por el Grupo C del mundial de Rusia 2018, Samara Arena, Samara, Rusia - 21 de junio de 2018 REUTERS/Michael Dalder
Los jugadores de la selección de fútbol de Suecia celebran un gol durante un partido frente a Alemania, Estadio Fisht, Sochi, Rusia, 23 de junio de 2018 REUTERS / Michael Dalder
Los jugadores de la selección de fútbol de Suecia celebran un gol durante un partido frente a Alemania, Estadio Fisht, Sochi, Rusia
Los jugadores de la selección de fútbol de Suecia celebran un gol durante un partido frente a Alemania, Estadio Fisht, Sochi, Rusia, 23 de junio de 2018 REUTERS / Michael Dalder
Marco Reus says he's hoping Germany will comfortably beat South Korea to progress from Group F without the need for lots to be drawn.
Germany will try and progress without drawing lots - Reus
Marco Reus says he's hoping Germany will comfortably beat South Korea to progress from Group F without the need for lots to be drawn.
Marco Reus says he's hoping Germany will comfortably beat South Korea to progress from Group F without the need for lots to be drawn.
Germany will try and progress without drawing lots - Reus
Marco Reus says he's hoping Germany will comfortably beat South Korea to progress from Group F without the need for lots to be drawn.
Marco Reus says he's hoping Germany will comfortably beat South Korea to progress from Group F without the need for lots to be drawn.
Germany will try and progress without drawing lots - Reus
Marco Reus says he's hoping Germany will comfortably beat South Korea to progress from Group F without the need for lots to be drawn.
While it has been anything but plain sailing for Germany in Group F, Timo Werner is delighted to be representing his country in Russia.
As long as we win, I don't care who scores - Werner relishing World Cup experience
While it has been anything but plain sailing for Germany in Group F, Timo Werner is delighted to be representing his country in Russia.
Shaun Wane will switch codes to work with elite coaches at all levels on a consultancy basis with Scottish Rugby.
Wigan head coach to switch codes after being handed Scottish Rugby role
Shaun Wane will switch codes to work with elite coaches at all levels on a consultancy basis with Scottish Rugby.
連2年獲總冠軍賽MVP 杜蘭特7月第4度訪台
連2年獲總冠軍賽MVP 杜蘭特7月第4度訪台
連2年獲總冠軍賽MVP 杜蘭特7月第4度訪台
How can you improve the world's fastest car? By adding even more power while slashing weight.
Koenigsegg Agera RS Replacement Teased Before 2019 Geneva Reveal
How can you improve the world's fastest car? By adding even more power while slashing weight.
How can you improve the world's fastest car? By adding even more power while slashing weight.
Koenigsegg Agera RS Replacement Teased Before 2019 Geneva Reveal
How can you improve the world's fastest car? By adding even more power while slashing weight.
How can you improve the world's fastest car? By adding even more power while slashing weight.
Koenigsegg Agera RS Replacement Teased Before 2019 Geneva Reveal
How can you improve the world's fastest car? By adding even more power while slashing weight.
How can you improve the world's fastest car? By adding even more power while slashing weight.
Koenigsegg Agera RS Replacement Teased Before 2019 Geneva Reveal
How can you improve the world's fastest car? By adding even more power while slashing weight.
Wimbledon prize money 2018: Men’s and women’s breakdown - how much do the winners stand to earn?
Wimbledon prize money 2018: Men’s and women’s breakdown - how much do the winners stand to earn?
Wimbledon prize money 2018: Men’s and women’s breakdown - how much do the winners stand to earn?
Wimbledon prize money 2018: Men’s and women’s breakdown - how much do the winners stand to earn?
Wimbledon prize money 2018: Men’s and women’s breakdown - how much do the winners stand to earn?
Wimbledon prize money 2018: Men’s and women’s breakdown - how much do the winners stand to earn?
Wimbledon prize money 2018: Men’s and women’s breakdown - how much do the winners stand to earn?
Wimbledon prize money 2018: Men’s and women’s breakdown - how much do the winners stand to earn?
Wimbledon prize money 2018: Men’s and women’s breakdown - how much do the winners stand to earn?
Switzerland must ignore the controversial fallout from their win over Serbia as they aim for a victory over Costa Rica and a last-16 spot.
Switzerland v Costa Rica: Lang shrugs off Shaqiri controversy
Switzerland must ignore the controversial fallout from their win over Serbia as they aim for a victory over Costa Rica and a last-16 spot.
A third victory of the season moved Bubba Watson up to fifth in the USA Ryder Cup standings, while there were European changes.
Runners and Ryders: Watson jumps two places, Casey into automatic spot
A third victory of the season moved Bubba Watson up to fifth in the USA Ryder Cup standings, while there were European changes.
Nabil Fekir is attracting interest from across Europe, but Jean-Michel Aulas insists Lyon want to keep hold of their star man.
Fekir offered contract extension, reveals Lyon president
Nabil Fekir is attracting interest from across Europe, but Jean-Michel Aulas insists Lyon want to keep hold of their star man.
Harry Kane will resist any temptation to rest against Belgium as he continues to chase the World Cup golden boot. The England captain struck a hat-trick as the Three Lions routed Panama 6-1 in Nizhny Novgorod, booking their place in the last 16 with a result that represents not only their biggest ever win in a major tournament but also a statement of intent to their rivals. His treble - two emphatic penalties and an unintentional deflection off his heel - followed a match-winning brace against Tunisia and took him to the top of the competitions's scoring charts. Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku sit one behind on four and, while the latter looks certain to sit out the Group G decider against England, Kane wants to keep on scoring. Manager Gareth Southgate may be tempted to let his prize asset take a breather in Kaliningrad, particularly as second place in the group may offer a simpler knockout route than first, but Kane is keeping his eyes on the prize. "That's his decision, I guess, but obviously I want to play," said the 24-year-old, who has twice finished as the Premier League's leading marksman. "I want to continue the form I'm in, but whatever decision the gaffer makes we'll get behind. There is a bigger picture. "The most important thing is always winning games, and if my goals help my team win then that's the perfect situation. There's a long way to go and a lot of good players just behind me (on the list). Hopefully I can just continue and take it into Thursday's game."
World Cup 2018 golden boot race - latest updates as Harry Kane takes lead over Cristiano Ronaldo
Harry Kane will resist any temptation to rest against Belgium as he continues to chase the World Cup golden boot. The England captain struck a hat-trick as the Three Lions routed Panama 6-1 in Nizhny Novgorod, booking their place in the last 16 with a result that represents not only their biggest ever win in a major tournament but also a statement of intent to their rivals. His treble - two emphatic penalties and an unintentional deflection off his heel - followed a match-winning brace against Tunisia and took him to the top of the competitions's scoring charts. Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku sit one behind on four and, while the latter looks certain to sit out the Group G decider against England, Kane wants to keep on scoring. Manager Gareth Southgate may be tempted to let his prize asset take a breather in Kaliningrad, particularly as second place in the group may offer a simpler knockout route than first, but Kane is keeping his eyes on the prize. "That's his decision, I guess, but obviously I want to play," said the 24-year-old, who has twice finished as the Premier League's leading marksman. "I want to continue the form I'm in, but whatever decision the gaffer makes we'll get behind. There is a bigger picture. "The most important thing is always winning games, and if my goals help my team win then that's the perfect situation. There's a long way to go and a lot of good players just behind me (on the list). Hopefully I can just continue and take it into Thursday's game."
El Xeneize recuperará a varios futbolistas que tiene repartidos en otros clubes, pero pocos continuarán en la institución. ¿Qué sucederá con ellos?
Mercado de pases de Boca: ¿qué jugadores vuelven de sus préstamos?
El Xeneize recuperará a varios futbolistas que tiene repartidos en otros clubes, pero pocos continuarán en la institución. ¿Qué sucederá con ellos?
El Xeneize recuperará a varios futbolistas que tiene repartidos en otros clubes, pero pocos continuarán en la institución. ¿Qué sucederá con ellos?
Mercado de pases de Boca: ¿qué jugadores vuelven de sus préstamos?
El Xeneize recuperará a varios futbolistas que tiene repartidos en otros clubes, pero pocos continuarán en la institución. ¿Qué sucederá con ellos?
El Xeneize recuperará a varios futbolistas que tiene repartidos en otros clubes, pero pocos continuarán en la institución. ¿Qué sucederá con ellos?
Mercado de pases de Boca: ¿qué jugadores vuelven de sus préstamos?
El Xeneize recuperará a varios futbolistas que tiene repartidos en otros clubes, pero pocos continuarán en la institución. ¿Qué sucederá con ellos?
El Xeneize recuperará a varios futbolistas que tiene repartidos en otros clubes, pero pocos continuarán en la institución. ¿Qué sucederá con ellos?
Mercado de pases de Boca: ¿qué jugadores vuelven de sus préstamos?
El Xeneize recuperará a varios futbolistas que tiene repartidos en otros clubes, pero pocos continuarán en la institución. ¿Qué sucederá con ellos?

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