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Michael Conforto hits a slow grounder to third, where Nolan Arenado charges for a terrific barehanded play to nab Conforto at first
Arenado's slick barehanded stop
Michael Conforto hits a slow grounder to third, where Nolan Arenado charges for a terrific barehanded play to nab Conforto at first
Michael Conforto hits a slow grounder to third, where Nolan Arenado charges for a terrific barehanded play to nab Conforto at first
Arenado's slick barehanded stop
Michael Conforto hits a slow grounder to third, where Nolan Arenado charges for a terrific barehanded play to nab Conforto at first
Michael Conforto hits a slow grounder to third, where Nolan Arenado charges for a terrific barehanded play to nab Conforto at first
Arenado's slick barehanded stop
Michael Conforto hits a slow grounder to third, where Nolan Arenado charges for a terrific barehanded play to nab Conforto at first
6/18/18: Choo, Beltre power Rangers to a 6-3 win
Recap: TEX 6, KC 3
6/18/18: Choo, Beltre power Rangers to a 6-3 win
6/18/18: Choo, Beltre power Rangers to a 6-3 win
Recap: TEX 6, KC 3
6/18/18: Choo, Beltre power Rangers to a 6-3 win
6/18/18: Choo, Beltre power Rangers to a 6-3 win
Recap: TEX 6, KC 3
6/18/18: Choo, Beltre power Rangers to a 6-3 win
Seattle Mariners' Nelson Cruz hits a solo home run on a pitch from Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez during the fourth inning of a baseball game, Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Seattle. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)
LEADING OFF: Verlander backs rolling Astros, mending Dodgers
Seattle Mariners' Nelson Cruz hits a solo home run on a pitch from Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez during the fourth inning of a baseball game, Sunday, June 17, 2018, in Seattle. (AP Photo/John Froschauer)
As part of a Father's Day celebration, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw (22) and relief pitcher Tom Koehler walk onto the field with their children before a baseball game against the San Francisco Giants in Los Angeles, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
LEADING OFF: Verlander backs rolling Astros, mending Dodgers
As part of a Father's Day celebration, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw (22) and relief pitcher Tom Koehler walk onto the field with their children before a baseball game against the San Francisco Giants in Los Angeles, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander works against the Oakland Athletics in the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 14, 2018, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
LEADING OFF: Verlander backs rolling Astros, mending Dodgers
Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander works against the Oakland Athletics in the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, June 14, 2018, in Oakland, Calif. (AP Photo/Ben Margot)
Washington Nationals' Juan Soto (22) celebrates his two-run home run with Anthony Rendon (6) during the sixth inning of the continuation of a suspended baseball game against the New York Yankees, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Washington. This game is a continuation of a suspended game from May 15. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
LEADING OFF: Verlander backs rolling Astros, mending Dodgers
Washington Nationals' Juan Soto (22) celebrates his two-run home run with Anthony Rendon (6) during the sixth inning of the continuation of a suspended baseball game against the New York Yankees, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Washington. This game is a continuation of a suspended game from May 15. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)
The free screenings are welcome as watching in a local cafe proved too expensive for many camp residents (AFP Photo/Delil SOULEIMAN)
The free screenings are welcome as watching in a local cafe proved too expensive for many camp residents
The free screenings are welcome as watching in a local cafe proved too expensive for many camp residents (AFP Photo/Delil SOULEIMAN)
World Cup matches are screened inside tents during the day and outside in the evening (AFP Photo/Delil SOULEIMAN)
World Cup matches are screened inside tents during the day and outside in the evening
World Cup matches are screened inside tents during the day and outside in the evening (AFP Photo/Delil SOULEIMAN)
A local charity is screening all World Cup matches for free at the Ain Issa camp (AFP Photo/Delil SOULEIMAN)
A local charity is screening all World Cup matches for free at the Ain Issa camp
A local charity is screening all World Cup matches for free at the Ain Issa camp (AFP Photo/Delil SOULEIMAN)
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw throws to a Philadelphia Phillies batter during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 31, 2018, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
Dodgers LHP Kershaw eyes return after throwing sim game
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw throws to a Philadelphia Phillies batter during the third inning of a baseball game Thursday, May 31, 2018, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
Chicago Cubs' Javier Baez, front, doubles over as he is checked on by manager Joe Maddon after being hit by a pitch during the third inning of a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals Sunday, June 17, 2018, in St. Louis. Baez left the game. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
Cubs INF Baez feeling better after hit by pitch
Chicago Cubs' Javier Baez, front, doubles over as he is checked on by manager Joe Maddon after being hit by a pitch during the third inning of a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals Sunday, June 17, 2018, in St. Louis. Baez left the game. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
Chicago Cubs' Javier Baez (9) is checked on by manager Joe Maddon after being hit by a pitch during the third inning of a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals Sunday, June 17, 2018, in St. Louis. Baez left the game. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
Cubs INF Baez feeling better after hit by pitch
Chicago Cubs' Javier Baez (9) is checked on by manager Joe Maddon after being hit by a pitch during the third inning of a baseball game against the St. Louis Cardinals Sunday, June 17, 2018, in St. Louis. Baez left the game. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor, left, tags out Chicago White Sox's Yoan Moncada after Moncada tried to steal second base in the first inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor, left, tags out Chicago White Sox's Yoan Moncada after Moncada tried to steal second base in the first inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Trevor Bauer delivers in the first inning of a baseball game against the Chicago White Sox, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Trevor Bauer delivers in the first inning of a baseball game against the Chicago White Sox, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor fields a ball hit by Chicago White Sox Jose Abreu in the sixth inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Abreu was out on the play. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor fields a ball hit by Chicago White Sox Jose Abreu in the sixth inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Abreu was out on the play. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor, left, celebrates with Rajai Davis after the Indians defeated the Chicago White Sox 6-2 in a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor, left, celebrates with Rajai Davis after the Indians defeated the Chicago White Sox 6-2 in a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Cleveland Indians' Rajai Davis steals to second base as Chicago White Sox's Tim Anderson waits for the ball in the third inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Second base umpire Will Little watches. Davis was safe on the steal. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Cleveland Indians' Rajai Davis steals to second base as Chicago White Sox's Tim Anderson waits for the ball in the third inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Second base umpire Will Little watches. Davis was safe on the steal. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis watches his ball after hitting a solo home run off Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dylan Covey in the fifth inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis watches his ball after hitting a solo home run off Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dylan Covey in the fifth inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Chicago White Sox's Yolmer Sanchez hits an RBI-single off Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Evan Marshall in the eighth inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Adam Engel scored on the play. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Chicago White Sox's Yolmer Sanchez hits an RBI-single off Cleveland Indians relief pitcher Evan Marshall in the eighth inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Adam Engel scored on the play. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Chicago White Sox's Tim Anderson strikes out swinging in the second inning of a baseball game against the Cleveland Indians, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Chicago White Sox's Tim Anderson strikes out swinging in the second inning of a baseball game against the Cleveland Indians, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis hits an RBI-single off Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dylan Covey in the third inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Rajai Davis scored on the play. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis hits an RBI-single off Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dylan Covey in the third inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Rajai Davis scored on the play. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Cleveland Indians' Roberto Perez hits a ground rule double off Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dylan Covey in the second inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Lonnie Chisenhall and Rajai Davis scored on the play. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Cleveland Indians' Roberto Perez hits a ground rule double off Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dylan Covey in the second inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. Lonnie Chisenhall and Rajai Davis scored on the play. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dylan Covey, right, waits for Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis, left, to run the bases after Kipnis hit a solo home run in the fifth inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Bauer, Indians beat skidding White Sox 6-2
Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Dylan Covey, right, waits for Cleveland Indians' Jason Kipnis, left, to run the bases after Kipnis hit a solo home run in the fifth inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
Houston Astros manager AJ Hinch (14) hugs Alex Bregman (2) after Bregman hit a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Bregman's game-ending 2B lifts Astros to 12th straight win
Houston Astros manager AJ Hinch (14) hugs Alex Bregman (2) after Bregman hit a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Tampa Bay Rays' Wilson Ramos celebrates after hitting a two-run home run against the Houston Astros during the first inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Bregman's game-ending 2B lifts Astros to 12th straight win
Tampa Bay Rays' Wilson Ramos celebrates after hitting a two-run home run against the Houston Astros during the first inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Houston Astros' Tony Kemp, left, beats Tampa Bay Rays relief pitcher Jonny Venters to first base for a hit during the third inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Bregman's game-ending 2B lifts Astros to 12th straight win
Houston Astros' Tony Kemp, left, beats Tampa Bay Rays relief pitcher Jonny Venters to first base for a hit during the third inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Tampa Bay Rays' Wilson Ramos, left, celebrates with Jake Bauers after both scored on Ramos' home run against the Houston Astros during the first inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Bregman's game-ending 2B lifts Astros to 12th straight win
Tampa Bay Rays' Wilson Ramos, left, celebrates with Jake Bauers after both scored on Ramos' home run against the Houston Astros during the first inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Houston Astros' Alex Bregman points to dugout after hitting a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Bregman's game-ending 2B lifts Astros to 12th straight win
Houston Astros' Alex Bregman points to dugout after hitting a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Houston Astros starting pitcher Gerrit Cole throws against the Tampa Bay Rays during the first inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Bregman's game-ending 2B lifts Astros to 12th straight win
Houston Astros starting pitcher Gerrit Cole throws against the Tampa Bay Rays during the first inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Houston Astros' Alex Bregman, center, celebrates with teammates after hitting a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Bregman's game-ending 2B lifts Astros to 12th straight win
Houston Astros' Alex Bregman, center, celebrates with teammates after hitting a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Houston Astros' Alex Bregman hits a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Bregman's game-ending 2B lifts Astros to 12th straight win
Houston Astros' Alex Bregman hits a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Houston Astros' Alex Bregman, center, celebrates with teammates after hitting a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Bregman's game-ending 2B lifts Astros to 12th straight win
Houston Astros' Alex Bregman, center, celebrates with teammates after hitting a game-winning double to score two runs against the Tampa Bay Rays during the ninth inning of a baseball game Monday, June 18, 2018, in Houston. The Astros won 5-4. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
Despite scoring nine goals this season, his team Ozone FC missed out on qualification to the I-League and the striker discusses why...
CS Sabeeth: Best Indian striker in 2nd Division I-League sets sights on the ISL
Despite scoring nine goals this season, his team Ozone FC missed out on qualification to the I-League and the striker discusses why...
Despite scoring nine goals this season, his team Ozone FC missed out on qualification to the I-League and the striker discusses why...
CS Sabeeth: Best Indian striker in 2nd Division I-League sets sights on the ISL
Despite scoring nine goals this season, his team Ozone FC missed out on qualification to the I-League and the striker discusses why...
Despite scoring nine goals this season, his team Ozone FC missed out on qualification to the I-League and the striker discusses why...
CS Sabeeth: Best Indian striker in 2nd Division I-League sets sights on the ISL
Despite scoring nine goals this season, his team Ozone FC missed out on qualification to the I-League and the striker discusses why...
New York Mets' Brandon Nimmo watches the flight of a home run ball hit off Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Harrison Musgrave during the seventh inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)
Nimmo, Mets finally support deGrom in 12-2 win over Rockies
New York Mets' Brandon Nimmo watches the flight of a home run ball hit off Colorado Rockies relief pitcher Harrison Musgrave during the seventh inning of a baseball game, Monday, June 18, 2018, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)
Lopetegui ya usó este sistema ante equipos con planteamientos ultradefensivos como Túnez y Liechtenstein pero es una incógnita con el nuevo técnico.
¿Y si Hierro utiliza tres centrales en el Irán - España?
Lopetegui ya usó este sistema ante equipos con planteamientos ultradefensivos como Túnez y Liechtenstein pero es una incógnita con el nuevo técnico.
Lopetegui ya usó este sistema ante equipos con planteamientos ultradefensivos como Túnez y Liechtenstein pero es una incógnita con el nuevo técnico.
¿Y si Hierro utiliza tres centrales en el Irán - España?
Lopetegui ya usó este sistema ante equipos con planteamientos ultradefensivos como Túnez y Liechtenstein pero es una incógnita con el nuevo técnico.
Nabil Fekir met Lyon's president in Russia, but a potential move to Liverpool or elsewhere must still wait until after the World Cup.
Fekir won't offer Liverpool update, despite meeting Aulas
Nabil Fekir met Lyon's president in Russia, but a potential move to Liverpool or elsewhere must still wait until after the World Cup.
Turkish NBA player Enes Kanter speaks about the revocation of his Turkish passport and return to the United States at National Basketball Players Association headquarters in New York, U.S., May 22, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
Turkish NBA player Kanter speaks about the revocation of his Turkish passport and return to the United States at National Basketball Players Association headquarters in New York
Turkish NBA player Enes Kanter speaks about the revocation of his Turkish passport and return to the United States at National Basketball Players Association headquarters in New York, U.S., May 22, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
Turkish NBA player Enes Kanter speaks about the revocation of his Turkish passport and return to the United States at National Basketball Players Association headquarters in New York, U.S., May 22, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
Turkish NBA player Kanter speaks about the revocation of his Turkish passport and return to the United States at National Basketball Players Association headquarters in New York
Turkish NBA player Enes Kanter speaks about the revocation of his Turkish passport and return to the United States at National Basketball Players Association headquarters in New York, U.S., May 22, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
Revealed: Bin Laden's shocking plan to kill Beckham at World Cup
Revealed: Bin Laden's shocking plan to kill Beckham at World Cup
Revealed: Bin Laden's shocking plan to kill Beckham at World Cup
Revealed: Bin Laden's shocking plan to kill Beckham at World Cup
Revealed: Bin Laden's shocking plan to kill Beckham at World Cup
Revealed: Bin Laden's shocking plan to kill Beckham at World Cup
Revealed: Bin Laden's shocking plan to kill Beckham at World Cup
Revealed: Bin Laden's shocking plan to kill Beckham at World Cup
Revealed: Bin Laden's shocking plan to kill Beckham at World Cup
Vettel dominated the 2013 season to win a record-equalling fourth straight drivers title, taking the last nine races to leave his rivals standing (AFP Photo/THYS/MORIN/LOPEZ/ASFOURI/KITAMUR)
Vettel dominated the 2013 season to win a record-equalling fourth straight drivers title, taking the last nine races to leave his rivals standing
Vettel dominated the 2013 season to win a record-equalling fourth straight drivers title, taking the last nine races to leave his rivals standing (AFP Photo/THYS/MORIN/LOPEZ/ASFOURI/KITAMUR)
Sebastian Vettel, seen during 2014 qualifying in Abu Dhabi, won four straight titles for Red Bull before switching to Ferrari (AFP Photo/PATRICK BAZ)
Sebastian Vettel, seen during 2014 qualifying in Abu Dhabi, won four straight titles for Red Bull before switching to Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel, seen during 2014 qualifying in Abu Dhabi, won four straight titles for Red Bull before switching to Ferrari (AFP Photo/PATRICK BAZ)
Unlike England's record in big tournaments, you can almost always rely on the TV coverage to impress. And with ITV and BBC assembling a stellar line-up of pundits for the 2018 World Cup, this year looks no different. 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 columnist Alex Scott is a pundit, while Cesc Fabregas has also been added. 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. Here's a full rundown of which channel will be showing which match. Group Stages Tues June 19: Colombia v Japan (Group H), 1pm - BBC One Tues June 19: Poland v Senegal (Group H), 4pm - BBC One Tues June 19: Russia v Egypt (Group A) - St Petersburg, 7pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Portugal v Morocco (Group B), 1pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Uruguay v Saudi Arabia (Group A), 4pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Iran v Spain (Group B), 7pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: Denmark v Australia (Group C), 1pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: France v Peru (Group C) - Ekaterinburg, 4pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: Argentina v Croatia (Group D),7pm - BBC One Fri June 22: Brazil v Costa Rica (Group E), 1pm - ITV1 Fri June 22: Nigeria v Iceland (Group D), 4pm - BBC One Fri June 22: Serbia v Switzerland (Group E), 7pm - BBC One Sat June 23: Belgium v Tunisia (Group G), 1pm - BBC One Sat June 23: South Korea v Mexico (Group F), 4pm - ITV1 Sat June 23: Germany v Sweden (Group F), 7pm - ITV1 Sun June 24: England v Panama (Group G), 1pm - BBC One Sun June 24: Japan v Senegal (Group H) 4pm - BBC One Sun June 24: Poland v Colombia (Group H) 7pm - ITV1 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 One 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 Final Sun July 15: World Cup final, 4pm ITV1 and BBC One
World Cup 2018 TV schedule: How to watch every match on BBC or ITV
Unlike England's record in big tournaments, you can almost always rely on the TV coverage to impress. And with ITV and BBC assembling a stellar line-up of pundits for the 2018 World Cup, this year looks no different. 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 columnist Alex Scott is a pundit, while Cesc Fabregas has also been added. 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. Here's a full rundown of which channel will be showing which match. Group Stages Tues June 19: Colombia v Japan (Group H), 1pm - BBC One Tues June 19: Poland v Senegal (Group H), 4pm - BBC One Tues June 19: Russia v Egypt (Group A) - St Petersburg, 7pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Portugal v Morocco (Group B), 1pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Uruguay v Saudi Arabia (Group A), 4pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Iran v Spain (Group B), 7pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: Denmark v Australia (Group C), 1pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: France v Peru (Group C) - Ekaterinburg, 4pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: Argentina v Croatia (Group D),7pm - BBC One Fri June 22: Brazil v Costa Rica (Group E), 1pm - ITV1 Fri June 22: Nigeria v Iceland (Group D), 4pm - BBC One Fri June 22: Serbia v Switzerland (Group E), 7pm - BBC One Sat June 23: Belgium v Tunisia (Group G), 1pm - BBC One Sat June 23: South Korea v Mexico (Group F), 4pm - ITV1 Sat June 23: Germany v Sweden (Group F), 7pm - ITV1 Sun June 24: England v Panama (Group G), 1pm - BBC One Sun June 24: Japan v Senegal (Group H) 4pm - BBC One Sun June 24: Poland v Colombia (Group H) 7pm - ITV1 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 One 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 Final Sun July 15: World Cup final, 4pm ITV1 and BBC One
Unlike England's record in big tournaments, you can almost always rely on the TV coverage to impress. And with ITV and BBC assembling a stellar line-up of pundits for the 2018 World Cup, this year looks no different. 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 columnist Alex Scott is a pundit, while Cesc Fabregas has also been added. 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. Here's a full rundown of which channel will be showing which match. Group Stages Tues June 19: Colombia v Japan (Group H), 1pm - BBC One Tues June 19: Poland v Senegal (Group H), 4pm - BBC One Tues June 19: Russia v Egypt (Group A) - St Petersburg, 7pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Portugal v Morocco (Group B), 1pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Uruguay v Saudi Arabia (Group A), 4pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Iran v Spain (Group B), 7pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: Denmark v Australia (Group C), 1pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: France v Peru (Group C) - Ekaterinburg, 4pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: Argentina v Croatia (Group D),7pm - BBC One Fri June 22: Brazil v Costa Rica (Group E), 1pm - ITV1 Fri June 22: Nigeria v Iceland (Group D), 4pm - BBC One Fri June 22: Serbia v Switzerland (Group E), 7pm - BBC One Sat June 23: Belgium v Tunisia (Group G), 1pm - BBC One Sat June 23: South Korea v Mexico (Group F), 4pm - ITV1 Sat June 23: Germany v Sweden (Group F), 7pm - ITV1 Sun June 24: England v Panama (Group G), 1pm - BBC One Sun June 24: Japan v Senegal (Group H) 4pm - BBC One Sun June 24: Poland v Colombia (Group H) 7pm - ITV1 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 One 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 Final Sun July 15: World Cup final, 4pm ITV1 and BBC One
World Cup 2018 TV schedule: How to watch every match on BBC or ITV
Unlike England's record in big tournaments, you can almost always rely on the TV coverage to impress. And with ITV and BBC assembling a stellar line-up of pundits for the 2018 World Cup, this year looks no different. 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 columnist Alex Scott is a pundit, while Cesc Fabregas has also been added. 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. Here's a full rundown of which channel will be showing which match. Group Stages Tues June 19: Colombia v Japan (Group H), 1pm - BBC One Tues June 19: Poland v Senegal (Group H), 4pm - BBC One Tues June 19: Russia v Egypt (Group A) - St Petersburg, 7pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Portugal v Morocco (Group B), 1pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Uruguay v Saudi Arabia (Group A), 4pm - BBC One Wed June 20: Iran v Spain (Group B), 7pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: Denmark v Australia (Group C), 1pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: France v Peru (Group C) - Ekaterinburg, 4pm - ITV1 Thu June 21: Argentina v Croatia (Group D),7pm - BBC One Fri June 22: Brazil v Costa Rica (Group E), 1pm - ITV1 Fri June 22: Nigeria v Iceland (Group D), 4pm - BBC One Fri June 22: Serbia v Switzerland (Group E), 7pm - BBC One Sat June 23: Belgium v Tunisia (Group G), 1pm - BBC One Sat June 23: South Korea v Mexico (Group F), 4pm - ITV1 Sat June 23: Germany v Sweden (Group F), 7pm - ITV1 Sun June 24: England v Panama (Group G), 1pm - BBC One Sun June 24: Japan v Senegal (Group H) 4pm - BBC One Sun June 24: Poland v Colombia (Group H) 7pm - ITV1 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 One 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 Final Sun July 15: World Cup final, 4pm ITV1 and BBC One
Australia's Trent Sainsbury, center, kicks the ball in front of France's Kylian Mbappe during the group C match between France and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Kazan Arena in Kazan, Russia, Saturday, June 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
Aussies undeterred by opening loss at the World Cup
Australia's Trent Sainsbury, center, kicks the ball in front of France's Kylian Mbappe during the group C match between France and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Kazan Arena in Kazan, Russia, Saturday, June 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
Denmark's Yussuf Yurary Poulsen, left, kicks the ball to score during the group C match between Peru and Denmark at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Mordovia Arena in Saransk, Russia, Saturday, June 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Aussies undeterred by opening loss at the World Cup
Denmark's Yussuf Yurary Poulsen, left, kicks the ball to score during the group C match between Peru and Denmark at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Mordovia Arena in Saransk, Russia, Saturday, June 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Denmark fans celebrate their team victory after the group C match between Peru and Denmark at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Mordovia Arena in Saransk, Russia, Saturday, June 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Aussies undeterred by opening loss at the World Cup
Denmark fans celebrate their team victory after the group C match between Peru and Denmark at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Mordovia Arena in Saransk, Russia, Saturday, June 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)
Australia's Mile Jedinak, center, speaks with his teammates after the group C match between France and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Kazan Arena in Kazan, Russia, Saturday, June 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
Aussies undeterred by opening loss at the World Cup
Australia's Mile Jedinak, center, speaks with his teammates after the group C match between France and Australia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Kazan Arena in Kazan, Russia, Saturday, June 16, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
England manager Gareth Southgate warned against complacency as his side prepares to face Panama in their second World Cup match.
Southgate aims to repeat 'perfect' preparation for Panama
England manager Gareth Southgate warned against complacency as his side prepares to face Panama in their second World Cup match.
What is it? This match sees Colombia and Japan make their bow at the World Cup 2018, as Group H - the last of the eight groups, finally gets under way. When is it? Tuesday 19 June - ie today. What time is kick-off? 1pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? BBC One. Alternatively, you can follow the match live with us on Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena in Saransk. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the team news? Premier League fans, there are familiar faces on both sides here: Arsenal's David Ospina and Tottenham's Davinson Sanchez will be joining forces to guard the Colombia goal, while Chelsea and Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao will lead the line. Another former Chelsea man in Juan Cuadrado should also start. For Japan, Southampton's Maya Yoshida and Leicester's Shinji Okazaki should both start. Former United man Shinji Kagawa will pull the strings in behind Okazaki. And as well as all of that, the biggest star has yet to be mentioned: 2014 Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez will play in behind Falcao. He scored six goals in five games at the last World Cup. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Colombia squad Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). James Rodriguez will be key for Colombia Credit: AP Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Japan squad Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). What's the latest news on the two teams? Earthquake back home adds to Japan's worries Japan has not had the best of preparations for the World Cup in Russia, and news of an earthquake back home added to their worries on Monday, while a false hotel alarm a day before their opener against Colombia did little to help settle the team. The four-time Asian champions, who also face Senegal and Poland, have undergone a turbulent 10 months since qualifying, culminating in the firing of Bosnian Vahid Halilhodzic, the former Algeria coach, in April after a string of poor results. Japan's players in training on the eve of the game Credit: Getty images Former technical director Akira Nishino, who played as a midfielder for the national side, was named to lead the Samurai Blue in Russia, and has been in charge for just three games in the leadup to the tournament. The team woke up to the news on Monday that Osaka, Japan's second-biggest metropolis, was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake in the early hours, killing three people and injuring dozens. "There were players who were a bit shocked by this incident and they were concerned about relatives and family members," Nishino told reporters ahead of Japan's Group H opener at the Mordovia Arena. "They were concerned, so this psychological impact is something I am a bit worried about. But we, the team staff, are consulting with them and hope they will settle down." What are the odds? Colombia win - 8/11 Draw - 13/5 Japan win - 5/1 What's our prediction? Colombia are rightly favourites to win, and although Japan have quality sprinkled across their first team, the South Americans should just have that bit too much star quality. Prediction: Colombia 3 Japan 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Colombia vs Japan: What time is kick-off, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? This match sees Colombia and Japan make their bow at the World Cup 2018, as Group H - the last of the eight groups, finally gets under way. When is it? Tuesday 19 June - ie today. What time is kick-off? 1pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? BBC One. Alternatively, you can follow the match live with us on Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena in Saransk. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the team news? Premier League fans, there are familiar faces on both sides here: Arsenal's David Ospina and Tottenham's Davinson Sanchez will be joining forces to guard the Colombia goal, while Chelsea and Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao will lead the line. Another former Chelsea man in Juan Cuadrado should also start. For Japan, Southampton's Maya Yoshida and Leicester's Shinji Okazaki should both start. Former United man Shinji Kagawa will pull the strings in behind Okazaki. And as well as all of that, the biggest star has yet to be mentioned: 2014 Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez will play in behind Falcao. He scored six goals in five games at the last World Cup. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Colombia squad Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). James Rodriguez will be key for Colombia Credit: AP Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Japan squad Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). What's the latest news on the two teams? Earthquake back home adds to Japan's worries Japan has not had the best of preparations for the World Cup in Russia, and news of an earthquake back home added to their worries on Monday, while a false hotel alarm a day before their opener against Colombia did little to help settle the team. The four-time Asian champions, who also face Senegal and Poland, have undergone a turbulent 10 months since qualifying, culminating in the firing of Bosnian Vahid Halilhodzic, the former Algeria coach, in April after a string of poor results. Japan's players in training on the eve of the game Credit: Getty images Former technical director Akira Nishino, who played as a midfielder for the national side, was named to lead the Samurai Blue in Russia, and has been in charge for just three games in the leadup to the tournament. The team woke up to the news on Monday that Osaka, Japan's second-biggest metropolis, was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake in the early hours, killing three people and injuring dozens. "There were players who were a bit shocked by this incident and they were concerned about relatives and family members," Nishino told reporters ahead of Japan's Group H opener at the Mordovia Arena. "They were concerned, so this psychological impact is something I am a bit worried about. But we, the team staff, are consulting with them and hope they will settle down." What are the odds? Colombia win - 8/11 Draw - 13/5 Japan win - 5/1 What's our prediction? Colombia are rightly favourites to win, and although Japan have quality sprinkled across their first team, the South Americans should just have that bit too much star quality. Prediction: Colombia 3 Japan 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
What is it? This match sees Colombia and Japan make their bow at the World Cup 2018, as Group H - the last of the eight groups, finally gets under way. When is it? Tuesday 19 June - ie today. What time is kick-off? 1pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? BBC One. Alternatively, you can follow the match live with us on Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena in Saransk. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the team news? Premier League fans, there are familiar faces on both sides here: Arsenal's David Ospina and Tottenham's Davinson Sanchez will be joining forces to guard the Colombia goal, while Chelsea and Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao will lead the line. Another former Chelsea man in Juan Cuadrado should also start. For Japan, Southampton's Maya Yoshida and Leicester's Shinji Okazaki should both start. Former United man Shinji Kagawa will pull the strings in behind Okazaki. And as well as all of that, the biggest star has yet to be mentioned: 2014 Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez will play in behind Falcao. He scored six goals in five games at the last World Cup. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Colombia squad Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). James Rodriguez will be key for Colombia Credit: AP Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Japan squad Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). What's the latest news on the two teams? Earthquake back home adds to Japan's worries Japan has not had the best of preparations for the World Cup in Russia, and news of an earthquake back home added to their worries on Monday, while a false hotel alarm a day before their opener against Colombia did little to help settle the team. The four-time Asian champions, who also face Senegal and Poland, have undergone a turbulent 10 months since qualifying, culminating in the firing of Bosnian Vahid Halilhodzic, the former Algeria coach, in April after a string of poor results. Japan's players in training on the eve of the game Credit: Getty images Former technical director Akira Nishino, who played as a midfielder for the national side, was named to lead the Samurai Blue in Russia, and has been in charge for just three games in the leadup to the tournament. The team woke up to the news on Monday that Osaka, Japan's second-biggest metropolis, was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake in the early hours, killing three people and injuring dozens. "There were players who were a bit shocked by this incident and they were concerned about relatives and family members," Nishino told reporters ahead of Japan's Group H opener at the Mordovia Arena. "They were concerned, so this psychological impact is something I am a bit worried about. But we, the team staff, are consulting with them and hope they will settle down." What are the odds? Colombia win - 8/11 Draw - 13/5 Japan win - 5/1 What's our prediction? Colombia are rightly favourites to win, and although Japan have quality sprinkled across their first team, the South Americans should just have that bit too much star quality. Prediction: Colombia 3 Japan 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Colombia vs Japan: What time is kick-off, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? This match sees Colombia and Japan make their bow at the World Cup 2018, as Group H - the last of the eight groups, finally gets under way. When is it? Tuesday 19 June - ie today. What time is kick-off? 1pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? BBC One. Alternatively, you can follow the match live with us on Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena in Saransk. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the team news? Premier League fans, there are familiar faces on both sides here: Arsenal's David Ospina and Tottenham's Davinson Sanchez will be joining forces to guard the Colombia goal, while Chelsea and Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao will lead the line. Another former Chelsea man in Juan Cuadrado should also start. For Japan, Southampton's Maya Yoshida and Leicester's Shinji Okazaki should both start. Former United man Shinji Kagawa will pull the strings in behind Okazaki. And as well as all of that, the biggest star has yet to be mentioned: 2014 Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez will play in behind Falcao. He scored six goals in five games at the last World Cup. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Colombia squad Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). James Rodriguez will be key for Colombia Credit: AP Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Japan squad Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). What's the latest news on the two teams? Earthquake back home adds to Japan's worries Japan has not had the best of preparations for the World Cup in Russia, and news of an earthquake back home added to their worries on Monday, while a false hotel alarm a day before their opener against Colombia did little to help settle the team. The four-time Asian champions, who also face Senegal and Poland, have undergone a turbulent 10 months since qualifying, culminating in the firing of Bosnian Vahid Halilhodzic, the former Algeria coach, in April after a string of poor results. Japan's players in training on the eve of the game Credit: Getty images Former technical director Akira Nishino, who played as a midfielder for the national side, was named to lead the Samurai Blue in Russia, and has been in charge for just three games in the leadup to the tournament. The team woke up to the news on Monday that Osaka, Japan's second-biggest metropolis, was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake in the early hours, killing three people and injuring dozens. "There were players who were a bit shocked by this incident and they were concerned about relatives and family members," Nishino told reporters ahead of Japan's Group H opener at the Mordovia Arena. "They were concerned, so this psychological impact is something I am a bit worried about. But we, the team staff, are consulting with them and hope they will settle down." What are the odds? Colombia win - 8/11 Draw - 13/5 Japan win - 5/1 What's our prediction? Colombia are rightly favourites to win, and although Japan have quality sprinkled across their first team, the South Americans should just have that bit too much star quality. Prediction: Colombia 3 Japan 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
What is it? This match sees Colombia and Japan make their bow at the World Cup 2018, as Group H - the last of the eight groups, finally gets under way. When is it? Tuesday 19 June - ie today. What time is kick-off? 1pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? BBC One. Alternatively, you can follow the match live with us on Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena in Saransk. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the team news? Premier League fans, there are familiar faces on both sides here: Arsenal's David Ospina and Tottenham's Davinson Sanchez will be joining forces to guard the Colombia goal, while Chelsea and Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao will lead the line. Another former Chelsea man in Juan Cuadrado should also start. For Japan, Southampton's Maya Yoshida and Leicester's Shinji Okazaki should both start. Former United man Shinji Kagawa will pull the strings in behind Okazaki. And as well as all of that, the biggest star has yet to be mentioned: 2014 Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez will play in behind Falcao. He scored six goals in five games at the last World Cup. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Colombia squad Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). James Rodriguez will be key for Colombia Credit: AP Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Japan squad Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). What's the latest news on the two teams? Earthquake back home adds to Japan's worries Japan has not had the best of preparations for the World Cup in Russia, and news of an earthquake back home added to their worries on Monday, while a false hotel alarm a day before their opener against Colombia did little to help settle the team. The four-time Asian champions, who also face Senegal and Poland, have undergone a turbulent 10 months since qualifying, culminating in the firing of Bosnian Vahid Halilhodzic, the former Algeria coach, in April after a string of poor results. Japan's players in training on the eve of the game Credit: Getty images Former technical director Akira Nishino, who played as a midfielder for the national side, was named to lead the Samurai Blue in Russia, and has been in charge for just three games in the leadup to the tournament. The team woke up to the news on Monday that Osaka, Japan's second-biggest metropolis, was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake in the early hours, killing three people and injuring dozens. "There were players who were a bit shocked by this incident and they were concerned about relatives and family members," Nishino told reporters ahead of Japan's Group H opener at the Mordovia Arena. "They were concerned, so this psychological impact is something I am a bit worried about. But we, the team staff, are consulting with them and hope they will settle down." What are the odds? Colombia win - 8/11 Draw - 13/5 Japan win - 5/1 What's our prediction? Colombia are rightly favourites to win, and although Japan have quality sprinkled across their first team, the South Americans should just have that bit too much star quality. Prediction: Colombia 3 Japan 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Colombia vs Japan: What time is kick-off, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? This match sees Colombia and Japan make their bow at the World Cup 2018, as Group H - the last of the eight groups, finally gets under way. When is it? Tuesday 19 June - ie today. What time is kick-off? 1pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? BBC One. Alternatively, you can follow the match live with us on Telegraph Sport. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Mordovia Arena in Saransk. World Cup 2018 stadium: Mordovia Arena What is the team news? Premier League fans, there are familiar faces on both sides here: Arsenal's David Ospina and Tottenham's Davinson Sanchez will be joining forces to guard the Colombia goal, while Chelsea and Manchester United flop Radamel Falcao will lead the line. Another former Chelsea man in Juan Cuadrado should also start. For Japan, Southampton's Maya Yoshida and Leicester's Shinji Okazaki should both start. Former United man Shinji Kagawa will pull the strings in behind Okazaki. And as well as all of that, the biggest star has yet to be mentioned: 2014 Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez will play in behind Falcao. He scored six goals in five games at the last World Cup. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Colombia squad Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). James Rodriguez will be key for Colombia Credit: AP Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Japan squad Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). What's the latest news on the two teams? Earthquake back home adds to Japan's worries Japan has not had the best of preparations for the World Cup in Russia, and news of an earthquake back home added to their worries on Monday, while a false hotel alarm a day before their opener against Colombia did little to help settle the team. The four-time Asian champions, who also face Senegal and Poland, have undergone a turbulent 10 months since qualifying, culminating in the firing of Bosnian Vahid Halilhodzic, the former Algeria coach, in April after a string of poor results. Japan's players in training on the eve of the game Credit: Getty images Former technical director Akira Nishino, who played as a midfielder for the national side, was named to lead the Samurai Blue in Russia, and has been in charge for just three games in the leadup to the tournament. The team woke up to the news on Monday that Osaka, Japan's second-biggest metropolis, was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake in the early hours, killing three people and injuring dozens. "There were players who were a bit shocked by this incident and they were concerned about relatives and family members," Nishino told reporters ahead of Japan's Group H opener at the Mordovia Arena. "They were concerned, so this psychological impact is something I am a bit worried about. But we, the team staff, are consulting with them and hope they will settle down." What are the odds? Colombia win - 8/11 Draw - 13/5 Japan win - 5/1 What's our prediction? Colombia are rightly favourites to win, and although Japan have quality sprinkled across their first team, the South Americans should just have that bit too much star quality. Prediction: Colombia 3 Japan 1 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
En 2005 el entonces central del Barcelona rechazó la posibilidad de formar parte de la selección de Luis Aragonés para el Mundial de Alemania.
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En 2005 el entonces central del Barcelona rechazó la posibilidad de formar parte de la selección de Luis Aragonés para el Mundial de Alemania.
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World Cup Diary - Day Six: Where are all the Belgians and England drama raises hopes
World Cup Diary - Day Six: Where are all the Belgians and England drama raises hopes
World Cup Diary - Day Six: Where are all the Belgians and England drama raises hopes
World Cup Diary - Day Six: Where are all the Belgians and England drama raises hopes
World Cup Diary - Day Six: Where are all the Belgians and England drama raises hopes
World Cup Diary - Day Six: Where are all the Belgians and England drama raises hopes
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La Copa del Mundo de 1982 vivió un momento surrealista en el partido entre galos y kuwaitíes.
La Copa del Mundo de 1982 vivió un momento surrealista en el partido entre galos y kuwaitíes.
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La Copa del Mundo de 1982 vivió un momento surrealista en el partido entre galos y kuwaitíes.
What is it? The final game of the first-round of a group stage matches as Poland face Senegalin Group H– with Japan and Colombia playing earlier in the day. When is it? Tuesday 19 June. What time is kick-off? 4pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? ITV coverage begins at 3.25pm or alternatively you can bookmark this page and return to follow every kick with our Telegraph Sport live blog. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Spartak Stadium in Moscow home to, you guessed it, Spartak Moscow. What is the team news? Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski will lead the line for Poland after scoring 16 goals in qualifying. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny will be a familiar face in goal for English fans, and keep an eye out for talented Napoli playmaker Piotr Zieliński in midfield. Sadio Mane is the jewell in Senegal's crown and will be ably assisted by Premier League players such as Idrisa Geuye, Cheikhou Kouyate and Diafra Sakho. Senegal reached the quarter-finals of the 2002 finals after beating holders France in the opening game of the tournament. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Poland Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski (Ipswich Town), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus). Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton), Bartosz Bereszynski (UC Sampdoria), Thiago Cionek (SPAL Ferrara), Kamil Glik (AS Monaco), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Michal Pazdan (Legia Warsaw), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund). Midfielders: Jakub Blaszczykowski (VfL Wolfsburg), Jacek Goralski (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad), Maciej Rybus (FC Lokomotiv Moscow), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Karol Linetty (UC Sampdoria), Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion), Kamil Grosicki (Hull City), Slawomir Peszko (Lechia Gdansk), Rafal Kurzawa (Gornik Zabrze). Forwards: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli), Lukasz Teodorczyk (RSC Anderlecht), Dawid Kownacki (UC Sampdoria). World Cup record: Poland Senegal Abdoulaye Diallo, Khadim Ndiaye, Alfred Gomis, Lamine Gassama, Moussa Wague, Saliou Ciss, Youssouf Sabaly, Kalidou Kalidou, Salif Sane, Cheikhou Kouyate, Kara Mbodji, Idrisa Gana Gueye, Cheikh Ndoye, Alfred Ndiaye, Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Moussa Sow, Moussa Konate, Diafra Sakho, Sadio Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Mame Biram Diouf, Mbaye Niang, Diao Keita Balde. World Cup record: Senegal What's the latest news on the two teams? Senegal hoping to channel spirit of 2002 Senegal will draw on the spirit of the late Bruno Metsu, the maverick French coach who led them to the 2002 quarter-finals, when they face Poland on Tuesday in their first World Cup match in 16 years. Aliou Cisse, who captained the side which Metsu famously fired up to stun defending champions France 1-0 in Seoul in their opening game, said he was thinking of his mentor. Yet as the only African coach in this year's competition, he is determined to stamp his own generation's mark on world football. Asked if he had taken up Metsu's style of team talk, when he worked on their anger at being dismissed as outsiders in their first finals, Cisse told reporters: "No. Bruno's talk was Bruno. I'm the coach now, I have my own way of managing my team. Senegal's coach Aliou Cisse Credit: AFP "But today on the eve of this match against Poland my thoughts are with Bruno. I know that from where he is today he is watching us and his energy will lift us." Metsu, whose side lost to a Turkish golden goal in the 2002 quarter-finals, died five years ago of cancer, aged 59. For decades, many of Africa's most successful teams have had European or Latin American coaches, but Cisse reckoned it was time to move on: "Sure, I'm the only black coach in this World Cup. But these are debates that bother me. I believe football is universal and the colour of your skin doesn't matter. "I represent a new generation which wants to find its place in African football and world football," he added. "We also have a right to be among the elite of international coaches." Reuters. What are the odds? Poland 11/8 Senegal 13/5 Draw 23/1 What's our prediction? Both teams' strength lies in attack, so we fancy this might be a more open and enterprising game than the your typical group stage match. Poland are always touted as dark horses but are yet to really get their act together in a tournament - including a disappointing European Championship performance on home soil in 2012. Verdict: Poland 2 Senegal 2 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Poland vs Senegal: What time is kick-off, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? The final game of the first-round of a group stage matches as Poland face Senegalin Group H– with Japan and Colombia playing earlier in the day. When is it? Tuesday 19 June. What time is kick-off? 4pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? ITV coverage begins at 3.25pm or alternatively you can bookmark this page and return to follow every kick with our Telegraph Sport live blog. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Spartak Stadium in Moscow home to, you guessed it, Spartak Moscow. What is the team news? Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski will lead the line for Poland after scoring 16 goals in qualifying. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny will be a familiar face in goal for English fans, and keep an eye out for talented Napoli playmaker Piotr Zieliński in midfield. Sadio Mane is the jewell in Senegal's crown and will be ably assisted by Premier League players such as Idrisa Geuye, Cheikhou Kouyate and Diafra Sakho. Senegal reached the quarter-finals of the 2002 finals after beating holders France in the opening game of the tournament. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Poland Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski (Ipswich Town), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus). Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton), Bartosz Bereszynski (UC Sampdoria), Thiago Cionek (SPAL Ferrara), Kamil Glik (AS Monaco), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Michal Pazdan (Legia Warsaw), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund). Midfielders: Jakub Blaszczykowski (VfL Wolfsburg), Jacek Goralski (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad), Maciej Rybus (FC Lokomotiv Moscow), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Karol Linetty (UC Sampdoria), Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion), Kamil Grosicki (Hull City), Slawomir Peszko (Lechia Gdansk), Rafal Kurzawa (Gornik Zabrze). Forwards: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli), Lukasz Teodorczyk (RSC Anderlecht), Dawid Kownacki (UC Sampdoria). World Cup record: Poland Senegal Abdoulaye Diallo, Khadim Ndiaye, Alfred Gomis, Lamine Gassama, Moussa Wague, Saliou Ciss, Youssouf Sabaly, Kalidou Kalidou, Salif Sane, Cheikhou Kouyate, Kara Mbodji, Idrisa Gana Gueye, Cheikh Ndoye, Alfred Ndiaye, Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Moussa Sow, Moussa Konate, Diafra Sakho, Sadio Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Mame Biram Diouf, Mbaye Niang, Diao Keita Balde. World Cup record: Senegal What's the latest news on the two teams? Senegal hoping to channel spirit of 2002 Senegal will draw on the spirit of the late Bruno Metsu, the maverick French coach who led them to the 2002 quarter-finals, when they face Poland on Tuesday in their first World Cup match in 16 years. Aliou Cisse, who captained the side which Metsu famously fired up to stun defending champions France 1-0 in Seoul in their opening game, said he was thinking of his mentor. Yet as the only African coach in this year's competition, he is determined to stamp his own generation's mark on world football. Asked if he had taken up Metsu's style of team talk, when he worked on their anger at being dismissed as outsiders in their first finals, Cisse told reporters: "No. Bruno's talk was Bruno. I'm the coach now, I have my own way of managing my team. Senegal's coach Aliou Cisse Credit: AFP "But today on the eve of this match against Poland my thoughts are with Bruno. I know that from where he is today he is watching us and his energy will lift us." Metsu, whose side lost to a Turkish golden goal in the 2002 quarter-finals, died five years ago of cancer, aged 59. For decades, many of Africa's most successful teams have had European or Latin American coaches, but Cisse reckoned it was time to move on: "Sure, I'm the only black coach in this World Cup. But these are debates that bother me. I believe football is universal and the colour of your skin doesn't matter. "I represent a new generation which wants to find its place in African football and world football," he added. "We also have a right to be among the elite of international coaches." Reuters. What are the odds? Poland 11/8 Senegal 13/5 Draw 23/1 What's our prediction? Both teams' strength lies in attack, so we fancy this might be a more open and enterprising game than the your typical group stage match. Poland are always touted as dark horses but are yet to really get their act together in a tournament - including a disappointing European Championship performance on home soil in 2012. Verdict: Poland 2 Senegal 2 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
What is it? The final game of the first-round of a group stage matches as Poland face Senegalin Group H– with Japan and Colombia playing earlier in the day. When is it? Tuesday 19 June. What time is kick-off? 4pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? ITV coverage begins at 3.25pm or alternatively you can bookmark this page and return to follow every kick with our Telegraph Sport live blog. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Spartak Stadium in Moscow home to, you guessed it, Spartak Moscow. What is the team news? Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski will lead the line for Poland after scoring 16 goals in qualifying. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny will be a familiar face in goal for English fans, and keep an eye out for talented Napoli playmaker Piotr Zieliński in midfield. Sadio Mane is the jewell in Senegal's crown and will be ably assisted by Premier League players such as Idrisa Geuye, Cheikhou Kouyate and Diafra Sakho. Senegal reached the quarter-finals of the 2002 finals after beating holders France in the opening game of the tournament. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Poland Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski (Ipswich Town), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus). Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton), Bartosz Bereszynski (UC Sampdoria), Thiago Cionek (SPAL Ferrara), Kamil Glik (AS Monaco), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Michal Pazdan (Legia Warsaw), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund). Midfielders: Jakub Blaszczykowski (VfL Wolfsburg), Jacek Goralski (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad), Maciej Rybus (FC Lokomotiv Moscow), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Karol Linetty (UC Sampdoria), Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion), Kamil Grosicki (Hull City), Slawomir Peszko (Lechia Gdansk), Rafal Kurzawa (Gornik Zabrze). Forwards: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli), Lukasz Teodorczyk (RSC Anderlecht), Dawid Kownacki (UC Sampdoria). World Cup record: Poland Senegal Abdoulaye Diallo, Khadim Ndiaye, Alfred Gomis, Lamine Gassama, Moussa Wague, Saliou Ciss, Youssouf Sabaly, Kalidou Kalidou, Salif Sane, Cheikhou Kouyate, Kara Mbodji, Idrisa Gana Gueye, Cheikh Ndoye, Alfred Ndiaye, Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Moussa Sow, Moussa Konate, Diafra Sakho, Sadio Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Mame Biram Diouf, Mbaye Niang, Diao Keita Balde. World Cup record: Senegal What's the latest news on the two teams? Senegal hoping to channel spirit of 2002 Senegal will draw on the spirit of the late Bruno Metsu, the maverick French coach who led them to the 2002 quarter-finals, when they face Poland on Tuesday in their first World Cup match in 16 years. Aliou Cisse, who captained the side which Metsu famously fired up to stun defending champions France 1-0 in Seoul in their opening game, said he was thinking of his mentor. Yet as the only African coach in this year's competition, he is determined to stamp his own generation's mark on world football. Asked if he had taken up Metsu's style of team talk, when he worked on their anger at being dismissed as outsiders in their first finals, Cisse told reporters: "No. Bruno's talk was Bruno. I'm the coach now, I have my own way of managing my team. Senegal's coach Aliou Cisse Credit: AFP "But today on the eve of this match against Poland my thoughts are with Bruno. I know that from where he is today he is watching us and his energy will lift us." Metsu, whose side lost to a Turkish golden goal in the 2002 quarter-finals, died five years ago of cancer, aged 59. For decades, many of Africa's most successful teams have had European or Latin American coaches, but Cisse reckoned it was time to move on: "Sure, I'm the only black coach in this World Cup. But these are debates that bother me. I believe football is universal and the colour of your skin doesn't matter. "I represent a new generation which wants to find its place in African football and world football," he added. "We also have a right to be among the elite of international coaches." Reuters. What are the odds? Poland 11/8 Senegal 13/5 Draw 23/1 What's our prediction? Both teams' strength lies in attack, so we fancy this might be a more open and enterprising game than the your typical group stage match. Poland are always touted as dark horses but are yet to really get their act together in a tournament - including a disappointing European Championship performance on home soil in 2012. Verdict: Poland 2 Senegal 2 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Poland vs Senegal: What time is kick-off, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? The final game of the first-round of a group stage matches as Poland face Senegalin Group H– with Japan and Colombia playing earlier in the day. When is it? Tuesday 19 June. What time is kick-off? 4pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? ITV coverage begins at 3.25pm or alternatively you can bookmark this page and return to follow every kick with our Telegraph Sport live blog. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? At the Spartak Stadium in Moscow home to, you guessed it, Spartak Moscow. What is the team news? Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski will lead the line for Poland after scoring 16 goals in qualifying. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny will be a familiar face in goal for English fans, and keep an eye out for talented Napoli playmaker Piotr Zieliński in midfield. Sadio Mane is the jewell in Senegal's crown and will be ably assisted by Premier League players such as Idrisa Geuye, Cheikhou Kouyate and Diafra Sakho. Senegal reached the quarter-finals of the 2002 finals after beating holders France in the opening game of the tournament. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more And the squads in full: Poland Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski (Ipswich Town), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus). Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton), Bartosz Bereszynski (UC Sampdoria), Thiago Cionek (SPAL Ferrara), Kamil Glik (AS Monaco), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Michal Pazdan (Legia Warsaw), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund). Midfielders: Jakub Blaszczykowski (VfL Wolfsburg), Jacek Goralski (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad), Maciej Rybus (FC Lokomotiv Moscow), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Karol Linetty (UC Sampdoria), Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion), Kamil Grosicki (Hull City), Slawomir Peszko (Lechia Gdansk), Rafal Kurzawa (Gornik Zabrze). Forwards: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli), Lukasz Teodorczyk (RSC Anderlecht), Dawid Kownacki (UC Sampdoria). World Cup record: Poland Senegal Abdoulaye Diallo, Khadim Ndiaye, Alfred Gomis, Lamine Gassama, Moussa Wague, Saliou Ciss, Youssouf Sabaly, Kalidou Kalidou, Salif Sane, Cheikhou Kouyate, Kara Mbodji, Idrisa Gana Gueye, Cheikh Ndoye, Alfred Ndiaye, Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Moussa Sow, Moussa Konate, Diafra Sakho, Sadio Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Mame Biram Diouf, Mbaye Niang, Diao Keita Balde. World Cup record: Senegal What's the latest news on the two teams? Senegal hoping to channel spirit of 2002 Senegal will draw on the spirit of the late Bruno Metsu, the maverick French coach who led them to the 2002 quarter-finals, when they face Poland on Tuesday in their first World Cup match in 16 years. Aliou Cisse, who captained the side which Metsu famously fired up to stun defending champions France 1-0 in Seoul in their opening game, said he was thinking of his mentor. Yet as the only African coach in this year's competition, he is determined to stamp his own generation's mark on world football. Asked if he had taken up Metsu's style of team talk, when he worked on their anger at being dismissed as outsiders in their first finals, Cisse told reporters: "No. Bruno's talk was Bruno. I'm the coach now, I have my own way of managing my team. Senegal's coach Aliou Cisse Credit: AFP "But today on the eve of this match against Poland my thoughts are with Bruno. I know that from where he is today he is watching us and his energy will lift us." Metsu, whose side lost to a Turkish golden goal in the 2002 quarter-finals, died five years ago of cancer, aged 59. For decades, many of Africa's most successful teams have had European or Latin American coaches, but Cisse reckoned it was time to move on: "Sure, I'm the only black coach in this World Cup. But these are debates that bother me. I believe football is universal and the colour of your skin doesn't matter. "I represent a new generation which wants to find its place in African football and world football," he added. "We also have a right to be among the elite of international coaches." Reuters. What are the odds? Poland 11/8 Senegal 13/5 Draw 23/1 What's our prediction? Both teams' strength lies in attack, so we fancy this might be a more open and enterprising game than the your typical group stage match. Poland are always touted as dark horses but are yet to really get their act together in a tournament - including a disappointing European Championship performance on home soil in 2012. Verdict: Poland 2 Senegal 2 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Senegal's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Senegal's World Cup squad - the 23 names Abdoulaye Diallo, Khadim Ndiaye, Alfred Gomis, Lamine Gassama, Moussa Wague, Saliou Ciss, Youssouf Sabaly, Kalidou Kalidou, Salif Sane, Cheikhou Kouyate, Kara Mbodji, Idrisa Gana Gueye, Cheikh Ndoye, Alfred Ndiaye, Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Moussa Sow, Moussa Konate, Diafra Sakho, Sadio Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Mame Biram Diouf, Mbaye Niang, Diao Keita Balde. Senegal fans are a colourful bunch Credit: ap Senegal's World Cup 2018 fixtures Poland: Tuesday, June 19 at 4pm Japan: Sunday, June 24 at 4pm Colombia: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm Senegal's World Cup record World Cup record: Senegal What odds are Senegal to win the World Cup? 150/1 The kits See where Senegal's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Aliou Cisse is not afraid to make big decisions, having left out some big names in his 23, most notably Everton's Oumar Niasse. Who's the star? Kalidou Koulibaly was one of the stars of Napoli's excellent Serie A campaign, shining at centre-half and scoring some important goals. Best thing about them Some serious talent should make them highly watchable. Any side with Sadio Mane in it has to be worth a few goals. Worst thing about them Lack of global tournament experience - this is only Senegal's second World Cup. You may recognise... The midfield is pretty much a West Midlands five-a-side league, although Stoke and Birmingham fans might feel they saw quite enough of their players over the last 10 months. Cameramen will be picking out... Any sign of El Hadji Diouf wearing his trademark understated outfit of gold-plated hat and jacket made out of rhino skin. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant Anything supportive. One fans' group recently won an award for cheering fine play by the opposition as well as their own team. Don't expect it to catch on. On-field prediction A repeat of their exploits in 2002, when they reached the quarter-finals, should not be beyond them. Off-field prediction Half of all crowds at their matches being representatives of Jorge Mendes' Gestifute sports agency. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Senegal World Cup 2018 squad list and team guide
Senegal's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Senegal's World Cup squad - the 23 names Abdoulaye Diallo, Khadim Ndiaye, Alfred Gomis, Lamine Gassama, Moussa Wague, Saliou Ciss, Youssouf Sabaly, Kalidou Kalidou, Salif Sane, Cheikhou Kouyate, Kara Mbodji, Idrisa Gana Gueye, Cheikh Ndoye, Alfred Ndiaye, Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Moussa Sow, Moussa Konate, Diafra Sakho, Sadio Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Mame Biram Diouf, Mbaye Niang, Diao Keita Balde. Senegal fans are a colourful bunch Credit: ap Senegal's World Cup 2018 fixtures Poland: Tuesday, June 19 at 4pm Japan: Sunday, June 24 at 4pm Colombia: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm Senegal's World Cup record World Cup record: Senegal What odds are Senegal to win the World Cup? 150/1 The kits See where Senegal's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Aliou Cisse is not afraid to make big decisions, having left out some big names in his 23, most notably Everton's Oumar Niasse. Who's the star? Kalidou Koulibaly was one of the stars of Napoli's excellent Serie A campaign, shining at centre-half and scoring some important goals. Best thing about them Some serious talent should make them highly watchable. Any side with Sadio Mane in it has to be worth a few goals. Worst thing about them Lack of global tournament experience - this is only Senegal's second World Cup. You may recognise... The midfield is pretty much a West Midlands five-a-side league, although Stoke and Birmingham fans might feel they saw quite enough of their players over the last 10 months. Cameramen will be picking out... Any sign of El Hadji Diouf wearing his trademark understated outfit of gold-plated hat and jacket made out of rhino skin. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant Anything supportive. One fans' group recently won an award for cheering fine play by the opposition as well as their own team. Don't expect it to catch on. On-field prediction A repeat of their exploits in 2002, when they reached the quarter-finals, should not be beyond them. Off-field prediction Half of all crowds at their matches being representatives of Jorge Mendes' Gestifute sports agency. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Senegal's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Senegal's World Cup squad - the 23 names Abdoulaye Diallo, Khadim Ndiaye, Alfred Gomis, Lamine Gassama, Moussa Wague, Saliou Ciss, Youssouf Sabaly, Kalidou Kalidou, Salif Sane, Cheikhou Kouyate, Kara Mbodji, Idrisa Gana Gueye, Cheikh Ndoye, Alfred Ndiaye, Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Moussa Sow, Moussa Konate, Diafra Sakho, Sadio Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Mame Biram Diouf, Mbaye Niang, Diao Keita Balde. Senegal fans are a colourful bunch Credit: ap Senegal's World Cup 2018 fixtures Poland: Tuesday, June 19 at 4pm Japan: Sunday, June 24 at 4pm Colombia: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm Senegal's World Cup record World Cup record: Senegal What odds are Senegal to win the World Cup? 150/1 The kits See where Senegal's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Aliou Cisse is not afraid to make big decisions, having left out some big names in his 23, most notably Everton's Oumar Niasse. Who's the star? Kalidou Koulibaly was one of the stars of Napoli's excellent Serie A campaign, shining at centre-half and scoring some important goals. Best thing about them Some serious talent should make them highly watchable. Any side with Sadio Mane in it has to be worth a few goals. Worst thing about them Lack of global tournament experience - this is only Senegal's second World Cup. You may recognise... The midfield is pretty much a West Midlands five-a-side league, although Stoke and Birmingham fans might feel they saw quite enough of their players over the last 10 months. Cameramen will be picking out... Any sign of El Hadji Diouf wearing his trademark understated outfit of gold-plated hat and jacket made out of rhino skin. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant Anything supportive. One fans' group recently won an award for cheering fine play by the opposition as well as their own team. Don't expect it to catch on. On-field prediction A repeat of their exploits in 2002, when they reached the quarter-finals, should not be beyond them. Off-field prediction Half of all crowds at their matches being representatives of Jorge Mendes' Gestifute sports agency. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Senegal World Cup 2018 squad list and team guide
Senegal's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Senegal's World Cup squad - the 23 names Abdoulaye Diallo, Khadim Ndiaye, Alfred Gomis, Lamine Gassama, Moussa Wague, Saliou Ciss, Youssouf Sabaly, Kalidou Kalidou, Salif Sane, Cheikhou Kouyate, Kara Mbodji, Idrisa Gana Gueye, Cheikh Ndoye, Alfred Ndiaye, Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Moussa Sow, Moussa Konate, Diafra Sakho, Sadio Mane, Ismaila Sarr, Mame Biram Diouf, Mbaye Niang, Diao Keita Balde. Senegal fans are a colourful bunch Credit: ap Senegal's World Cup 2018 fixtures Poland: Tuesday, June 19 at 4pm Japan: Sunday, June 24 at 4pm Colombia: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm Senegal's World Cup record World Cup record: Senegal What odds are Senegal to win the World Cup? 150/1 The kits See where Senegal's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Aliou Cisse is not afraid to make big decisions, having left out some big names in his 23, most notably Everton's Oumar Niasse. Who's the star? Kalidou Koulibaly was one of the stars of Napoli's excellent Serie A campaign, shining at centre-half and scoring some important goals. Best thing about them Some serious talent should make them highly watchable. Any side with Sadio Mane in it has to be worth a few goals. Worst thing about them Lack of global tournament experience - this is only Senegal's second World Cup. You may recognise... The midfield is pretty much a West Midlands five-a-side league, although Stoke and Birmingham fans might feel they saw quite enough of their players over the last 10 months. Cameramen will be picking out... Any sign of El Hadji Diouf wearing his trademark understated outfit of gold-plated hat and jacket made out of rhino skin. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant Anything supportive. One fans' group recently won an award for cheering fine play by the opposition as well as their own team. Don't expect it to catch on. On-field prediction A repeat of their exploits in 2002, when they reached the quarter-finals, should not be beyond them. Off-field prediction Half of all crowds at their matches being representatives of Jorge Mendes' Gestifute sports agency. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
The midfielder was replaced late on against Tunisia and could be a doubt for the second group fixture against Panama
Alli hopes World Cup injury is not serious after England start with win
The midfielder was replaced late on against Tunisia and could be a doubt for the second group fixture against Panama
Gabriel Mercado saus he has no right to speak to teammate Lionel Messi about his penalty miss against Iceland at the FIFA World Cup
Who am I to speak to Messi? - Mercado on penalty miss
Gabriel Mercado saus he has no right to speak to teammate Lionel Messi about his penalty miss against Iceland at the FIFA World Cup
Gabriel Mercado saus he has no right to speak to teammate Lionel Messi about his penalty miss against Iceland at the FIFA World Cup
Who am I to speak to Messi? - Mercado on penalty miss
Gabriel Mercado saus he has no right to speak to teammate Lionel Messi about his penalty miss against Iceland at the FIFA World Cup
Gabriel Mercado saus he has no right to speak to teammate Lionel Messi about his penalty miss against Iceland at the FIFA World Cup
Who am I to speak to Messi? - Mercado on penalty miss
Gabriel Mercado saus he has no right to speak to teammate Lionel Messi about his penalty miss against Iceland at the FIFA World Cup
Poland's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Poland's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski (Ipswich Town), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus). Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton), Bartosz Bereszynski (UC Sampdoria), Thiago Cionek (SPAL Ferrara), Kamil Glik (AS Monaco), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Michal Pazdan (Legia Warsaw), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund). Midfielders: Jakub Blaszczykowski (VfL Wolfsburg), Jacek Goralski (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad), Maciej Rybus (FC Lokomotiv Moscow), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Karol Linetty (UC Sampdoria), Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion), Kamil Grosicki (Hull City), Slawomir Peszko (Lechia Gdansk), Rafal Kurzawa (Gornik Zabrze). Forwards: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli), Lukasz Teodorczyk (RSC Anderlecht), Dawid Kownacki (UC Sampdoria). Poland fans in full voice Credit: getty images Poland's World Cup 2018 fixtures Senegal: Tuesday, June 19 at 4pm Colombia: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Japan: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm Poland's World Cup record World Cup record: Poland What odds are Poland to win the World Cup? 50/1 The kits See where Poland's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Adam Nawalka. A star of Poland's run to the semi-finals of the 1978 World Cup and as coach he has taken the side into the world's top 10. Who's the star? Robert Lewandowski, who before scoring hundreds of goals for Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich was set to join Blackburn until an ash cloud delayed his flight. Best thing about them There are likely to be plenty of goals in their matches. In qualifying they averaged nearly three goals a game and conceded more than any other group winner. Worst thing about them The goalkeeping equivalent of the Gerrard-Lampard debate as Wojciech Szczesny and Lukasz Fabianski fight for the No 1 shirt. You may recognise... A sense of over-reliance on the main striker. Like Harry Kane, Lewandowski failed to score at Euro 2016 and his national side went out in the last eight. Cameramen will be picking out... The face of whichever goalkeeper is on the bench as the other makes a horrendous error. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant 'Polska, Bialoczerwoni' - which, sung to the tune of 'Go West', means 'Poland, white and red'. On-field prediction Should get through the group but not get much further. Off-field prediction Huge travelling support means it'll be hard to miss the Poles this summer. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Poland World Cup 2018 squad list and team guide
Poland's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Poland's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski (Ipswich Town), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus). Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton), Bartosz Bereszynski (UC Sampdoria), Thiago Cionek (SPAL Ferrara), Kamil Glik (AS Monaco), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Michal Pazdan (Legia Warsaw), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund). Midfielders: Jakub Blaszczykowski (VfL Wolfsburg), Jacek Goralski (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad), Maciej Rybus (FC Lokomotiv Moscow), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Karol Linetty (UC Sampdoria), Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion), Kamil Grosicki (Hull City), Slawomir Peszko (Lechia Gdansk), Rafal Kurzawa (Gornik Zabrze). Forwards: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli), Lukasz Teodorczyk (RSC Anderlecht), Dawid Kownacki (UC Sampdoria). Poland fans in full voice Credit: getty images Poland's World Cup 2018 fixtures Senegal: Tuesday, June 19 at 4pm Colombia: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Japan: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm Poland's World Cup record World Cup record: Poland What odds are Poland to win the World Cup? 50/1 The kits See where Poland's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Adam Nawalka. A star of Poland's run to the semi-finals of the 1978 World Cup and as coach he has taken the side into the world's top 10. Who's the star? Robert Lewandowski, who before scoring hundreds of goals for Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich was set to join Blackburn until an ash cloud delayed his flight. Best thing about them There are likely to be plenty of goals in their matches. In qualifying they averaged nearly three goals a game and conceded more than any other group winner. Worst thing about them The goalkeeping equivalent of the Gerrard-Lampard debate as Wojciech Szczesny and Lukasz Fabianski fight for the No 1 shirt. You may recognise... A sense of over-reliance on the main striker. Like Harry Kane, Lewandowski failed to score at Euro 2016 and his national side went out in the last eight. Cameramen will be picking out... The face of whichever goalkeeper is on the bench as the other makes a horrendous error. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant 'Polska, Bialoczerwoni' - which, sung to the tune of 'Go West', means 'Poland, white and red'. On-field prediction Should get through the group but not get much further. Off-field prediction Huge travelling support means it'll be hard to miss the Poles this summer. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Poland's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Poland's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski (Ipswich Town), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus). Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton), Bartosz Bereszynski (UC Sampdoria), Thiago Cionek (SPAL Ferrara), Kamil Glik (AS Monaco), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Michal Pazdan (Legia Warsaw), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund). Midfielders: Jakub Blaszczykowski (VfL Wolfsburg), Jacek Goralski (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad), Maciej Rybus (FC Lokomotiv Moscow), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Karol Linetty (UC Sampdoria), Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion), Kamil Grosicki (Hull City), Slawomir Peszko (Lechia Gdansk), Rafal Kurzawa (Gornik Zabrze). Forwards: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli), Lukasz Teodorczyk (RSC Anderlecht), Dawid Kownacki (UC Sampdoria). Poland fans in full voice Credit: getty images Poland's World Cup 2018 fixtures Senegal: Tuesday, June 19 at 4pm Colombia: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Japan: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm Poland's World Cup record World Cup record: Poland What odds are Poland to win the World Cup? 50/1 The kits See where Poland's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Adam Nawalka. A star of Poland's run to the semi-finals of the 1978 World Cup and as coach he has taken the side into the world's top 10. Who's the star? Robert Lewandowski, who before scoring hundreds of goals for Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich was set to join Blackburn until an ash cloud delayed his flight. Best thing about them There are likely to be plenty of goals in their matches. In qualifying they averaged nearly three goals a game and conceded more than any other group winner. Worst thing about them The goalkeeping equivalent of the Gerrard-Lampard debate as Wojciech Szczesny and Lukasz Fabianski fight for the No 1 shirt. You may recognise... A sense of over-reliance on the main striker. Like Harry Kane, Lewandowski failed to score at Euro 2016 and his national side went out in the last eight. Cameramen will be picking out... The face of whichever goalkeeper is on the bench as the other makes a horrendous error. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant 'Polska, Bialoczerwoni' - which, sung to the tune of 'Go West', means 'Poland, white and red'. On-field prediction Should get through the group but not get much further. Off-field prediction Huge travelling support means it'll be hard to miss the Poles this summer. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Poland World Cup 2018 squad list and team guide
Poland's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Poland's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: Bartosz Bialkowski (Ipswich Town), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus). Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton), Bartosz Bereszynski (UC Sampdoria), Thiago Cionek (SPAL Ferrara), Kamil Glik (AS Monaco), Artur Jedrzejczyk (Legia Warsaw), Michal Pazdan (Legia Warsaw), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund). Midfielders: Jakub Blaszczykowski (VfL Wolfsburg), Jacek Goralski (PFC Ludogorets Razgrad), Maciej Rybus (FC Lokomotiv Moscow), Piotr Zielinski (Napoli), Karol Linetty (UC Sampdoria), Grzegorz Krychowiak (West Bromwich Albion), Kamil Grosicki (Hull City), Slawomir Peszko (Lechia Gdansk), Rafal Kurzawa (Gornik Zabrze). Forwards: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli), Lukasz Teodorczyk (RSC Anderlecht), Dawid Kownacki (UC Sampdoria). Poland fans in full voice Credit: getty images Poland's World Cup 2018 fixtures Senegal: Tuesday, June 19 at 4pm Colombia: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Japan: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm Poland's World Cup record World Cup record: Poland What odds are Poland to win the World Cup? 50/1 The kits See where Poland's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Adam Nawalka. A star of Poland's run to the semi-finals of the 1978 World Cup and as coach he has taken the side into the world's top 10. Who's the star? Robert Lewandowski, who before scoring hundreds of goals for Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich was set to join Blackburn until an ash cloud delayed his flight. Best thing about them There are likely to be plenty of goals in their matches. In qualifying they averaged nearly three goals a game and conceded more than any other group winner. Worst thing about them The goalkeeping equivalent of the Gerrard-Lampard debate as Wojciech Szczesny and Lukasz Fabianski fight for the No 1 shirt. You may recognise... A sense of over-reliance on the main striker. Like Harry Kane, Lewandowski failed to score at Euro 2016 and his national side went out in the last eight. Cameramen will be picking out... The face of whichever goalkeeper is on the bench as the other makes a horrendous error. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant 'Polska, Bialoczerwoni' - which, sung to the tune of 'Go West', means 'Poland, white and red'. On-field prediction Should get through the group but not get much further. Off-field prediction Huge travelling support means it'll be hard to miss the Poles this summer. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
FILE PHOTO: FIFA's President Sepp Blatter shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) during the preliminary draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup at Konstantin Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia July 25, 2015. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: FIFA's President Blatter shakes hands with Russia's President Putin during the preliminary draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup at Konstantin Palace in St. Petersburg
FILE PHOTO: FIFA's President Sepp Blatter shakes hands with Russian President Vladimir Putin (R) during the preliminary draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup at Konstantin Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia July 25, 2015. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor/File Photo
Japan's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Japan's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). SAMURAI BLUE (Japan National Team) Squad, Schedule - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia #footballhttps://t.co/gYocS44u09pic.twitter.com/HTfeLx4YRH— jfa_en (@jfa_en) May 31, 2018 Japan's World Cup 2018 fixtures Colombia: Tuesday, June 19 at 1pm Poland: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Senegal: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm What odds are Japan to win the World Cup? 200/1 The kits See where Japan's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Akira Nishino, the former Japan technical director, was parachuted into the job after the abrupt sacking of Vahid Halilhodzic in April. An unknown quantity. Who's the star? Keisuke Honda is still the talisman, and should be happier now Halilhodzic - with whom he had a rocky relationship - is out of the picture. Keisuke Honda in action for Japan Credit: Getty Images Best thing about them Should have noisy and loyal support, and will defend stoutly enough. They will have to. Worst thing about them Compared to recent Japan teams, this is a desperately limited squad - one that needed an injury-time equaliser to draw with Haiti last October. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more You may recognise… The two Shinjis - Kagawa and Okazaki - are both familiar faces for Premier League supporters, and the side’s best players. Cameramen will be picking out… Shots of improbably large groups of fans watching giant screens back home. Fans' favourite chant ‘Vamos Nippon’ is a terrace standard, accompanied by manic bouncing and flag-waving. On-field prediction An early exit, leading to shame-faced public apologies from the Japanese equivalents of Martin Glenn and Dan Ashworth. Off-field prediction The team wins the much-coveted ‘Best Bleached Hair’ award. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Japan World Cup 2018 squad list and team guide
Japan's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Japan's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). SAMURAI BLUE (Japan National Team) Squad, Schedule - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia #footballhttps://t.co/gYocS44u09pic.twitter.com/HTfeLx4YRH— jfa_en (@jfa_en) May 31, 2018 Japan's World Cup 2018 fixtures Colombia: Tuesday, June 19 at 1pm Poland: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Senegal: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm What odds are Japan to win the World Cup? 200/1 The kits See where Japan's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Akira Nishino, the former Japan technical director, was parachuted into the job after the abrupt sacking of Vahid Halilhodzic in April. An unknown quantity. Who's the star? Keisuke Honda is still the talisman, and should be happier now Halilhodzic - with whom he had a rocky relationship - is out of the picture. Keisuke Honda in action for Japan Credit: Getty Images Best thing about them Should have noisy and loyal support, and will defend stoutly enough. They will have to. Worst thing about them Compared to recent Japan teams, this is a desperately limited squad - one that needed an injury-time equaliser to draw with Haiti last October. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more You may recognise… The two Shinjis - Kagawa and Okazaki - are both familiar faces for Premier League supporters, and the side’s best players. Cameramen will be picking out… Shots of improbably large groups of fans watching giant screens back home. Fans' favourite chant ‘Vamos Nippon’ is a terrace standard, accompanied by manic bouncing and flag-waving. On-field prediction An early exit, leading to shame-faced public apologies from the Japanese equivalents of Martin Glenn and Dan Ashworth. Off-field prediction The team wins the much-coveted ‘Best Bleached Hair’ award. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Japan's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Japan's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). SAMURAI BLUE (Japan National Team) Squad, Schedule - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia #footballhttps://t.co/gYocS44u09pic.twitter.com/HTfeLx4YRH— jfa_en (@jfa_en) May 31, 2018 Japan's World Cup 2018 fixtures Colombia: Tuesday, June 19 at 1pm Poland: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Senegal: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm What odds are Japan to win the World Cup? 200/1 The kits See where Japan's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Akira Nishino, the former Japan technical director, was parachuted into the job after the abrupt sacking of Vahid Halilhodzic in April. An unknown quantity. Who's the star? Keisuke Honda is still the talisman, and should be happier now Halilhodzic - with whom he had a rocky relationship - is out of the picture. Keisuke Honda in action for Japan Credit: Getty Images Best thing about them Should have noisy and loyal support, and will defend stoutly enough. They will have to. Worst thing about them Compared to recent Japan teams, this is a desperately limited squad - one that needed an injury-time equaliser to draw with Haiti last October. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more You may recognise… The two Shinjis - Kagawa and Okazaki - are both familiar faces for Premier League supporters, and the side’s best players. Cameramen will be picking out… Shots of improbably large groups of fans watching giant screens back home. Fans' favourite chant ‘Vamos Nippon’ is a terrace standard, accompanied by manic bouncing and flag-waving. On-field prediction An early exit, leading to shame-faced public apologies from the Japanese equivalents of Martin Glenn and Dan Ashworth. Off-field prediction The team wins the much-coveted ‘Best Bleached Hair’ award. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Japan World Cup 2018 squad list and team guide
Japan's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Japan's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: Eiji Kawashima (Metz), Masaaki Higashiguchi (Gamba Osaka), Kosuke Nakamura (Kashiwa Reysol). Defenders: Yuto Nagatomo (Galatasaray), Tomoaki Makino (Urawa Reds), Wataru Endo (Urawa Reds), Maya Yoshida (Southampton), Hiroki Sakai (Marseille), Gotoku Sakai (Hamburg), Gen Shoji (Kashima Antlers), Naomichi Ueda (Kashima Antlers). Midfielders: Makoto Hasebe (Eintracht Frankfurt), Keisuke Honda (Pachuca), Takashi Inui (Eibar), Shinji Kagawa (Dortmund), Hotaru Yamaguchi (Cerezo Osaka), Genki Haraguchi (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Takashi Usami (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Gaku Shibasaki (Getafe), Ryota Oshima (Kawasaki Frontale). Forwards: Shinji Okazaki (Leicester), Yuya Osako (Werder Bremen), Yoshinori Muto (Mainz). SAMURAI BLUE (Japan National Team) Squad, Schedule - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia #footballhttps://t.co/gYocS44u09pic.twitter.com/HTfeLx4YRH— jfa_en (@jfa_en) May 31, 2018 Japan's World Cup 2018 fixtures Colombia: Tuesday, June 19 at 1pm Poland: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Senegal: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm What odds are Japan to win the World Cup? 200/1 The kits See where Japan's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Akira Nishino, the former Japan technical director, was parachuted into the job after the abrupt sacking of Vahid Halilhodzic in April. An unknown quantity. Who's the star? Keisuke Honda is still the talisman, and should be happier now Halilhodzic - with whom he had a rocky relationship - is out of the picture. Keisuke Honda in action for Japan Credit: Getty Images Best thing about them Should have noisy and loyal support, and will defend stoutly enough. They will have to. Worst thing about them Compared to recent Japan teams, this is a desperately limited squad - one that needed an injury-time equaliser to draw with Haiti last October. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more You may recognise… The two Shinjis - Kagawa and Okazaki - are both familiar faces for Premier League supporters, and the side’s best players. Cameramen will be picking out… Shots of improbably large groups of fans watching giant screens back home. Fans' favourite chant ‘Vamos Nippon’ is a terrace standard, accompanied by manic bouncing and flag-waving. On-field prediction An early exit, leading to shame-faced public apologies from the Japanese equivalents of Martin Glenn and Dan Ashworth. Off-field prediction The team wins the much-coveted ‘Best Bleached Hair’ award. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Colombia's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Colombia's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Colombia fans bring the colour Credit: ap Colombia's World Cup 2018 fixtures Japan: Tuesday, June 19 at 1pm Poland: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Senegal: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm What odds are Colombia to win the World Cup? 40/1 Betway The kits See where Colombia's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Jose Pekerman. The 68-year-old comes from the Arsene Wenger school of professorial coaches, with a penchant for patient - some might say laborious - possession football. Who's the star? James Rodriguez. Has been revitalised by his move to Bayern Munich after a miserable spell at Real Madrid, scoring eight and delivering 14 assists last season. Best thing about them Pace on the counter-attack and a reasonably tight defence. Worst thing about them Goals are hard to come by - they scored only 21 in 18 qualifiers. You may recognise... There is a north London look about their defence - with David Ospina in goal and Davison Sanchez at centre-half - while Radamel Falcao, so underwhelming in England, still plugs away up front. Cameramen will be picking out... Any giant insects that take a liking to James, who spawned a million memes after being alighted on by a fearsome-looking grasshopper during Brazil 2014. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant A patriotic bunch, Colombia enjoy belting out the national anthem - "Oh Gloria Inmarcesible!" ('Oh, unfading glory') at appropriately stirring moments. On-field prediction Not as stylish as Brazil, or starry as Argentina, but could go just as far as both. Off-field prediction Shakira to release a wretched World Cup song which sounds like it has been written via Google translate. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Colombia World Cup 2018 squad list and team guide
Colombia's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Colombia's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Colombia fans bring the colour Credit: ap Colombia's World Cup 2018 fixtures Japan: Tuesday, June 19 at 1pm Poland: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Senegal: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm What odds are Colombia to win the World Cup? 40/1 Betway The kits See where Colombia's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Jose Pekerman. The 68-year-old comes from the Arsene Wenger school of professorial coaches, with a penchant for patient - some might say laborious - possession football. Who's the star? James Rodriguez. Has been revitalised by his move to Bayern Munich after a miserable spell at Real Madrid, scoring eight and delivering 14 assists last season. Best thing about them Pace on the counter-attack and a reasonably tight defence. Worst thing about them Goals are hard to come by - they scored only 21 in 18 qualifiers. You may recognise... There is a north London look about their defence - with David Ospina in goal and Davison Sanchez at centre-half - while Radamel Falcao, so underwhelming in England, still plugs away up front. Cameramen will be picking out... Any giant insects that take a liking to James, who spawned a million memes after being alighted on by a fearsome-looking grasshopper during Brazil 2014. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant A patriotic bunch, Colombia enjoy belting out the national anthem - "Oh Gloria Inmarcesible!" ('Oh, unfading glory') at appropriately stirring moments. On-field prediction Not as stylish as Brazil, or starry as Argentina, but could go just as far as both. Off-field prediction Shakira to release a wretched World Cup song which sounds like it has been written via Google translate. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Colombia's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Colombia's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Colombia fans bring the colour Credit: ap Colombia's World Cup 2018 fixtures Japan: Tuesday, June 19 at 1pm Poland: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Senegal: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm What odds are Colombia to win the World Cup? 40/1 Betway The kits See where Colombia's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Jose Pekerman. The 68-year-old comes from the Arsene Wenger school of professorial coaches, with a penchant for patient - some might say laborious - possession football. Who's the star? James Rodriguez. Has been revitalised by his move to Bayern Munich after a miserable spell at Real Madrid, scoring eight and delivering 14 assists last season. Best thing about them Pace on the counter-attack and a reasonably tight defence. Worst thing about them Goals are hard to come by - they scored only 21 in 18 qualifiers. You may recognise... There is a north London look about their defence - with David Ospina in goal and Davison Sanchez at centre-half - while Radamel Falcao, so underwhelming in England, still plugs away up front. Cameramen will be picking out... Any giant insects that take a liking to James, who spawned a million memes after being alighted on by a fearsome-looking grasshopper during Brazil 2014. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant A patriotic bunch, Colombia enjoy belting out the national anthem - "Oh Gloria Inmarcesible!" ('Oh, unfading glory') at appropriately stirring moments. On-field prediction Not as stylish as Brazil, or starry as Argentina, but could go just as far as both. Off-field prediction Shakira to release a wretched World Cup song which sounds like it has been written via Google translate. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
Colombia World Cup 2018 squad list and team guide
Colombia's 2018 World Cup squad is thoroughly analysed below. This is your guide to everything you need to know about the players who will be representing their country at the tournament, when their games are taking place, who is in charge of the team, the key men to watch and how they're likely to fare in Russia. To read our comprehensive guide simply register with the Telegraph and log in to your account. Colombia's World Cup squad - the 23 names 23-man final squad: Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas). Defenders: Cristian Zapata (AC Milan), Oscar Murillo (CF Pachuca), Santiago Arias (PSV Eindhoven), Yerry Mina (Barcelona), Johan Mojica (Girona FC), Frank Fabra (CA Boca Juniors), Davinson Sanchez (Tottenham Hotspur). Midfielders: Wilmar Barrios (CA Boca Juniors), Carlos Sanchez (RCD Espanyol), Abel Aguilar (AC Deportivo Cali), James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Juventus), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Jefferson Lerma (Levante), Juan Fernando Quintero (CA River Plate). Forwards: Carlos Bacca (Villarreal), Radamel Falcao Garcia (Monaco), Luis Muriel (Sevilla), Miguel Borja (SE Palmeiras), Jose Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion). Colombia fans bring the colour Credit: ap Colombia's World Cup 2018 fixtures Japan: Tuesday, June 19 at 1pm Poland: Sunday, June 24 at 7pm Senegal: Thursday, June 28 at 3pm What odds are Colombia to win the World Cup? 40/1 Betway The kits See where Colombia's shirts ends up in our ranking of all 64 World Cup shirts below: World Cup kits ranked Who's the coach? Jose Pekerman. The 68-year-old comes from the Arsene Wenger school of professorial coaches, with a penchant for patient - some might say laborious - possession football. Who's the star? James Rodriguez. Has been revitalised by his move to Bayern Munich after a miserable spell at Real Madrid, scoring eight and delivering 14 assists last season. Best thing about them Pace on the counter-attack and a reasonably tight defence. Worst thing about them Goals are hard to come by - they scored only 21 in 18 qualifiers. You may recognise... There is a north London look about their defence - with David Ospina in goal and Davison Sanchez at centre-half - while Radamel Falcao, so underwhelming in England, still plugs away up front. Cameramen will be picking out... Any giant insects that take a liking to James, who spawned a million memes after being alighted on by a fearsome-looking grasshopper during Brazil 2014. World Cup 2018 | All you need to know Fans' favourite chant A patriotic bunch, Colombia enjoy belting out the national anthem - "Oh Gloria Inmarcesible!" ('Oh, unfading glory') at appropriately stirring moments. On-field prediction Not as stylish as Brazil, or starry as Argentina, but could go just as far as both. Off-field prediction Shakira to release a wretched World Cup song which sounds like it has been written via Google translate. Full 2018 World Cup squad lists and guides | Star to watch, odds, fans' chants and more WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
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Volvo To Use 25 Percent Recycled Plastics From 2025
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Volvo To Use 25 Percent Recycled Plastics From 2025
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Spain captain Sergio Ramos with David De Gea at a training session at the weekend (AFP Photo/PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU)
Spain captain Sergio Ramos with David De Gea at a training session at the weekend
Spain captain Sergio Ramos with David De Gea at a training session at the weekend (AFP Photo/PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU)
Cristiano Ronaldo (right) celebrates after scoring a penalty against Spain's goalkeeper David De Gea (AFP Photo/NELSON ALMEIDA)
Cristiano Ronaldo (right) celebrates after scoring a penalty against Spain's goalkeeper David De Gea
Cristiano Ronaldo (right) celebrates after scoring a penalty against Spain's goalkeeper David De Gea (AFP Photo/NELSON ALMEIDA)
Saudi Arabia's Mohammed Alsahlawi, foreground, jumps for the ball with Russia's Alexander Samedov during the group A match between Russia and Saudi Arabia which opens the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, June 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
The Latest: Russians confirm engine fire on Saudi flight
Saudi Arabia's Mohammed Alsahlawi, foreground, jumps for the ball with Russia's Alexander Samedov during the group A match between Russia and Saudi Arabia which opens the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, June 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar)
Switzerland's Steven Zuber, left, scores his side's first goal during the group E match between Brazil and Switzerland at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
The Latest: Russians confirm engine fire on Saudi flight
Switzerland's Steven Zuber, left, scores his side's first goal during the group E match between Brazil and Switzerland at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Sunday, June 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
Condensed Game: MIA@SF - 6/18/18
CG: MIA@SF - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: MIA@SF - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: MIA@SF - 6/18/18
CG: MIA@SF - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: MIA@SF - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: MIA@SF - 6/18/18
CG: MIA@SF - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: MIA@SF - 6/18/18
Rangers head coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo feels the three will add quality to the team
Posta Rangers' new signings will add depth to the squad, says coach Sammy Omollo
Rangers head coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo feels the three will add quality to the team
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
New South Wales coach Brad Fittler has opted for Matt Prior - not Ryan James - as Reagan Campbell-Gillard's Origin replacement.
Prior to make Origin debut in Sydney
New South Wales coach Brad Fittler has opted for Matt Prior - not Ryan James - as Reagan Campbell-Gillard's Origin replacement.
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CG: TEX@KC - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: TEX@KC - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: TEX@KC - 6/18/18
CG: TEX@KC - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: TEX@KC - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: TEX@KC - 6/18/18
CG: TEX@KC - 6/18/18
Condensed Game: TEX@KC - 6/18/18
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
Cara a cara: Irán vs España
<p>Un metro e ottantaquattro, tatuaggio sulla spalla e braccio destro: è il più bello dei Mondiali 2018 in Russia. (Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Un metro e ottantaquattro, tatuaggio sulla spalla e braccio destro: è il più bello dei Mondiali 2018 in Russia. (Instagram)

<p>Nato a Reykjavik il 25 febbraio 1988 attualmente Rurik Gislason gioca nel club tedesco del Sandhausen. In precedenza ha giocato nel Copenaghen e altri club danesi. (Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Nato a Reykjavik il 25 febbraio 1988 attualmente Rurik Gislason gioca nel club tedesco del Sandhausen. In precedenza ha giocato nel Copenaghen e altri club danesi. (Instagram)

<p>Capelli biondi, lunghi, che però lui tiene legati e raccolti quando gioca e quando si allena. (Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Capelli biondi, lunghi, che però lui tiene legati e raccolti quando gioca e quando si allena. (Instagram)

<p>Da quando la sua nazionale è scesa in campo contro l’Argentina di Leo Messi, conquistando un impensabile pareggio l’attenzione nei suoi confronti sui social network è diventata altissima! (Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Da quando la sua nazionale è scesa in campo contro l’Argentina di Leo Messi, conquistando un impensabile pareggio l’attenzione nei suoi confronti sui social network è diventata altissima! (Instagram)

<p>Perché come Beckham ha quel fascino metrosexual che piace a tutte e tutti. (Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Perché come Beckham ha quel fascino metrosexual che piace a tutte e tutti. (Instagram)

<p>Servizi di moda, scatti su spiagge esotiche con i muscoli in vista, o in stile streetstyle per le vie di New York, Dubai o di altre metropoli alla moda.(Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Servizi di moda, scatti su spiagge esotiche con i muscoli in vista, o in stile streetstyle per le vie di New York, Dubai o di altre metropoli alla moda.(Instagram)

<p>Sembra un vichingo: bello e forte come Thor. Le tifose non hanno dubbi: è più affascinante di David Beckham. (Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Sembra un vichingo: bello e forte come Thor. Le tifose non hanno dubbi: è più affascinante di David Beckham. (Instagram)

<p>Rurik Gislason, trentenne centrocampista islandese, ha già vinto il suo mondiale, diventando un sex symbol. (Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Rurik Gislason, trentenne centrocampista islandese, ha già vinto il suo mondiale, diventando un sex symbol. (Instagram)

<p>Così il numero 19 della nazionale islandese è già diventato il sex symbol numero uno dei mondiali di calcio, il David Beckham di Russia 2018. (Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Così il numero 19 della nazionale islandese è già diventato il sex symbol numero uno dei mondiali di calcio, il David Beckham di Russia 2018. (Instagram)

<p>Insomma, anche se non stringerà mai in mano la coppa dei Mondiali, Rurik il vichingo ha già vinto.(Instagram) </p>
Ecco Rurik Gislason, il più bello dei Mondiali

Insomma, anche se non stringerà mai in mano la coppa dei Mondiali, Rurik il vichingo ha già vinto.(Instagram)

FILE PHOTO: Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter gestures during an interview with Reuters in Zurich, Switzerland April 10, 2018. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
Former FIFA President Blatter gestures during an interview with Reuters in Zurich
FILE PHOTO: Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter gestures during an interview with Reuters in Zurich, Switzerland April 10, 2018. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
FILE PHOTO: Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter gestures during an interview with Reuters in Zurich, Switzerland April 10, 2018. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
Former FIFA President Blatter gestures during an interview with Reuters in Zurich
FILE PHOTO: Former FIFA President Sepp Blatter gestures during an interview with Reuters in Zurich, Switzerland April 10, 2018. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
Don't worry, the RS7 will still have usable rear seats as the roll cage mounted in the back is only used during the testing phase.
New Audi RS7 Sportback Spied Looking Fierce At The Nurburgring
Don't worry, the RS7 will still have usable rear seats as the roll cage mounted in the back is only used during the testing phase.
Don't worry, the RS7 will still have usable rear seats as the roll cage mounted in the back is only used during the testing phase.
New Audi RS7 Sportback Spied Looking Fierce At The Nurburgring
Don't worry, the RS7 will still have usable rear seats as the roll cage mounted in the back is only used during the testing phase.
Don't worry, the RS7 will still have usable rear seats as the roll cage mounted in the back is only used during the testing phase.
New Audi RS7 Sportback Spied Looking Fierce At The Nurburgring
Don't worry, the RS7 will still have usable rear seats as the roll cage mounted in the back is only used during the testing phase.
Don't worry, the RS7 will still have usable rear seats as the roll cage mounted in the back is only used during the testing phase.
New Audi RS7 Sportback Spied Looking Fierce At The Nurburgring
Don't worry, the RS7 will still have usable rear seats as the roll cage mounted in the back is only used during the testing phase.
The Real Madrid superstar does not take losing well, including at table tennis, according to his former Manchester United team-mate
'Ronaldo can't even lose at table tennis!' - Evra gives amazing insight into Portugal star
The Real Madrid superstar does not take losing well, including at table tennis, according to his former Manchester United team-mate
The Real Madrid superstar does not take losing well, including at table tennis, according to his former Manchester United team-mate
'Ronaldo can't even lose at table tennis!' - Evra gives amazing insight into Portugal star
The Real Madrid superstar does not take losing well, including at table tennis, according to his former Manchester United team-mate
Samara formed the silent hub of the Soviet Union's bid to win the Space Race.The city's museum offers a rare insight into that world.
Secretive space capital Samara opens its doors as World Cup rolls into town
Samara formed the silent hub of the Soviet Union's bid to win the Space Race.The city's museum offers a rare insight into that world.
The World Cup Nerd is our daily newsletter, providing analysis, stats, nostalgia and more, straight to your inbox first thing every morning. Here's a taste of what you could be getting. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article The impact a positive World Cup can have on a footballer's career really is massive - and if you play particularly well for five or six games often it is Real Madrid who sit up and take notice. In Brazil four years ago, James Rodriguez, already a fairly well-established name in Europe, 12 months earlier having moved from Porto to Monaco for £35 million, won the Golden Boot at the World Cup, scoring six times in five games as he led Colombia to the quarter-finals. Within three weeks of defeat to Brazil he had joined Real for £63m. He remains their third-most expensive signing ever. The Spanish giants also brought in the impressive Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas and winner Toni Kroos in the wake of the tournament, for a relatively modest combined £28m. Those two remain important members of a Real side that has won three consecutive Champions League trophies (were Real blinded by the beauty and audacious nature of Rodriguez's goals, perhaps?). James, on the other hand, after thriving as Colombia's main man is Brazil, struggled among so many other star names at the Bernabeu. Rodriguez scored six goals from nine shots at the 2014 World Cup Credit: Getty images Injuries have played their part, but his failure to move out of the shadow of his many talented colleagues - his statistics at club level far less impressive over the last four years - suggest one of two things: 1) Rodriguez is best off when the team is built around him, even if he is flanked by inferior players; 2) 2014 was a one-off, where he performed far above his usual level and perhaps did not quite deserve his big-money "dream move" to Madrid. His eye for goal at the 2014 World Cup was quite incredible: he scored with two in every three of his shots, netting every 66.7 minutes, on average. In league games for far more dominant and free-scoring Real Madrid and Bayern Munich sides (where he spent last season on loan), James has scored roughly every one in four attempts, at a rate of a goal every 189 minutes, or around three times as infrequently. World Cup nerd: James Rodriguez's performance Assists are coming at roughly the same rate as he racked them up at the last World Cup - one every two-and-a-bit games - despite having been playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski. Maintaining performances at what is a maximum seven-game tournament may be easier than doing so over an entire season, but the extent of the difference between Rodriguez's only World Cup and his four years since suggests he hit the jackpot when Real came calling. Clearly, he is an immensely talented footballer, but maybe he is not quite up the level of being the Galactico Florentino Perez will have wanted. That said, if the last World Cup is anything to go by, we could be in for another treat from James in Russia, starting today against Japan. World Cup 2018 | The best of the Telegraph's coverage
James Rodriguez club struggles show he is best as Colombia's main man: Sign up to our World Cup Nerd newsletter
The World Cup Nerd is our daily newsletter, providing analysis, stats, nostalgia and more, straight to your inbox first thing every morning. Here's a taste of what you could be getting. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article The impact a positive World Cup can have on a footballer's career really is massive - and if you play particularly well for five or six games often it is Real Madrid who sit up and take notice. In Brazil four years ago, James Rodriguez, already a fairly well-established name in Europe, 12 months earlier having moved from Porto to Monaco for £35 million, won the Golden Boot at the World Cup, scoring six times in five games as he led Colombia to the quarter-finals. Within three weeks of defeat to Brazil he had joined Real for £63m. He remains their third-most expensive signing ever. The Spanish giants also brought in the impressive Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas and winner Toni Kroos in the wake of the tournament, for a relatively modest combined £28m. Those two remain important members of a Real side that has won three consecutive Champions League trophies (were Real blinded by the beauty and audacious nature of Rodriguez's goals, perhaps?). James, on the other hand, after thriving as Colombia's main man is Brazil, struggled among so many other star names at the Bernabeu. Rodriguez scored six goals from nine shots at the 2014 World Cup Credit: Getty images Injuries have played their part, but his failure to move out of the shadow of his many talented colleagues - his statistics at club level far less impressive over the last four years - suggest one of two things: 1) Rodriguez is best off when the team is built around him, even if he is flanked by inferior players; 2) 2014 was a one-off, where he performed far above his usual level and perhaps did not quite deserve his big-money "dream move" to Madrid. His eye for goal at the 2014 World Cup was quite incredible: he scored with two in every three of his shots, netting every 66.7 minutes, on average. In league games for far more dominant and free-scoring Real Madrid and Bayern Munich sides (where he spent last season on loan), James has scored roughly every one in four attempts, at a rate of a goal every 189 minutes, or around three times as infrequently. World Cup nerd: James Rodriguez's performance Assists are coming at roughly the same rate as he racked them up at the last World Cup - one every two-and-a-bit games - despite having been playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski. Maintaining performances at what is a maximum seven-game tournament may be easier than doing so over an entire season, but the extent of the difference between Rodriguez's only World Cup and his four years since suggests he hit the jackpot when Real came calling. Clearly, he is an immensely talented footballer, but maybe he is not quite up the level of being the Galactico Florentino Perez will have wanted. That said, if the last World Cup is anything to go by, we could be in for another treat from James in Russia, starting today against Japan. World Cup 2018 | The best of the Telegraph's coverage
The World Cup Nerd is our daily newsletter, providing analysis, stats, nostalgia and more, straight to your inbox first thing every morning. Here's a taste of what you could be getting. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article The impact a positive World Cup can have on a footballer's career really is massive - and if you play particularly well for five or six games often it is Real Madrid who sit up and take notice. In Brazil four years ago, James Rodriguez, already a fairly well-established name in Europe, 12 months earlier having moved from Porto to Monaco for £35 million, won the Golden Boot at the World Cup, scoring six times in five games as he led Colombia to the quarter-finals. Within three weeks of defeat to Brazil he had joined Real for £63m. He remains their third-most expensive signing ever. The Spanish giants also brought in the impressive Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas and winner Toni Kroos in the wake of the tournament, for a relatively modest combined £28m. Those two remain important members of a Real side that has won three consecutive Champions League trophies (were Real blinded by the beauty and audacious nature of Rodriguez's goals, perhaps?). James, on the other hand, after thriving as Colombia's main man is Brazil, struggled among so many other star names at the Bernabeu. Rodriguez scored six goals from nine shots at the 2014 World Cup Credit: Getty images Injuries have played their part, but his failure to move out of the shadow of his many talented colleagues - his statistics at club level far less impressive over the last four years - suggest one of two things: 1) Rodriguez is best off when the team is built around him, even if he is flanked by inferior players; 2) 2014 was a one-off, where he performed far above his usual level and perhaps did not quite deserve his big-money "dream move" to Madrid. His eye for goal at the 2014 World Cup was quite incredible: he scored with two in every three of his shots, netting every 66.7 minutes, on average. In league games for far more dominant and free-scoring Real Madrid and Bayern Munich sides (where he spent last season on loan), James has scored roughly every one in four attempts, at a rate of a goal every 189 minutes, or around three times as infrequently. World Cup nerd: James Rodriguez's performance Assists are coming at roughly the same rate as he racked them up at the last World Cup - one every two-and-a-bit games - despite having been playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski. Maintaining performances at what is a maximum seven-game tournament may be easier than doing so over an entire season, but the extent of the difference between Rodriguez's only World Cup and his four years since suggests he hit the jackpot when Real came calling. Clearly, he is an immensely talented footballer, but maybe he is not quite up the level of being the Galactico Florentino Perez will have wanted. That said, if the last World Cup is anything to go by, we could be in for another treat from James in Russia, starting today against Japan. World Cup 2018 | The best of the Telegraph's coverage
James Rodriguez club struggles show he is best as Colombia's main man: Sign up to our World Cup Nerd newsletter
The World Cup Nerd is our daily newsletter, providing analysis, stats, nostalgia and more, straight to your inbox first thing every morning. Here's a taste of what you could be getting. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article The impact a positive World Cup can have on a footballer's career really is massive - and if you play particularly well for five or six games often it is Real Madrid who sit up and take notice. In Brazil four years ago, James Rodriguez, already a fairly well-established name in Europe, 12 months earlier having moved from Porto to Monaco for £35 million, won the Golden Boot at the World Cup, scoring six times in five games as he led Colombia to the quarter-finals. Within three weeks of defeat to Brazil he had joined Real for £63m. He remains their third-most expensive signing ever. The Spanish giants also brought in the impressive Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas and winner Toni Kroos in the wake of the tournament, for a relatively modest combined £28m. Those two remain important members of a Real side that has won three consecutive Champions League trophies (were Real blinded by the beauty and audacious nature of Rodriguez's goals, perhaps?). James, on the other hand, after thriving as Colombia's main man is Brazil, struggled among so many other star names at the Bernabeu. Rodriguez scored six goals from nine shots at the 2014 World Cup Credit: Getty images Injuries have played their part, but his failure to move out of the shadow of his many talented colleagues - his statistics at club level far less impressive over the last four years - suggest one of two things: 1) Rodriguez is best off when the team is built around him, even if he is flanked by inferior players; 2) 2014 was a one-off, where he performed far above his usual level and perhaps did not quite deserve his big-money "dream move" to Madrid. His eye for goal at the 2014 World Cup was quite incredible: he scored with two in every three of his shots, netting every 66.7 minutes, on average. In league games for far more dominant and free-scoring Real Madrid and Bayern Munich sides (where he spent last season on loan), James has scored roughly every one in four attempts, at a rate of a goal every 189 minutes, or around three times as infrequently. World Cup nerd: James Rodriguez's performance Assists are coming at roughly the same rate as he racked them up at the last World Cup - one every two-and-a-bit games - despite having been playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski. Maintaining performances at what is a maximum seven-game tournament may be easier than doing so over an entire season, but the extent of the difference between Rodriguez's only World Cup and his four years since suggests he hit the jackpot when Real came calling. Clearly, he is an immensely talented footballer, but maybe he is not quite up the level of being the Galactico Florentino Perez will have wanted. That said, if the last World Cup is anything to go by, we could be in for another treat from James in Russia, starting today against Japan. World Cup 2018 | The best of the Telegraph's coverage
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk
Japan's Princess Takamado visits museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Tennis superstar Roger Federer admitted his surprise and happiness that his home nation Switzerland managed to draw with Brazil at the FIFA World Cup
Federer 'positively surprised' by Swiss draw with Brazil
Tennis superstar Roger Federer admitted his surprise and happiness that his home nation Switzerland managed to draw with Brazil at the FIFA World Cup
Tennis superstar Roger Federer admitted his surprise and happiness that his home nation Switzerland managed to draw with Brazil at the FIFA World Cup
Federer 'positively surprised' by Swiss draw with Brazil
Tennis superstar Roger Federer admitted his surprise and happiness that his home nation Switzerland managed to draw with Brazil at the FIFA World Cup
Tennis superstar Roger Federer admitted his surprise and happiness that his home nation Switzerland managed to draw with Brazil at the FIFA World Cup
Federer 'positively surprised' by Swiss draw with Brazil
Tennis superstar Roger Federer admitted his surprise and happiness that his home nation Switzerland managed to draw with Brazil at the FIFA World Cup
Michael Jakobsen believes Australia attacker and former Melbourne City team-mate Daniel Arzani has a big future.
Daniel Arzani's Socceroos rise a surprise for former teammate Michael Jakobsen
Michael Jakobsen believes Australia attacker and former Melbourne City team-mate Daniel Arzani has a big future.
Japan's Princess Takamado arrives to the museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado arrives to the museum in Saransk
Japan's Princess Takamado arrives to the museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado arrives to the museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
Japan's Princess Takamado arrives to the museum in Saransk
Japan's Princess Takamado arrives to the museum in Saransk, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Artem Artamonov
After the Shield match, Gor Mahia will be in Nakuru on Saturday to face Ulinzi Stars in a league match
Gor Mahia to face Kenpoly in FKF Shield competition
After the Shield match, Gor Mahia will be in Nakuru on Saturday to face Ulinzi Stars in a league match
After the Shield match, Gor Mahia will be in Nakuru on Saturday to face Ulinzi Stars in a league match
Gor Mahia to face Kenpoly in FKF Shield competition
After the Shield match, Gor Mahia will be in Nakuru on Saturday to face Ulinzi Stars in a league match
Aficionados durante el Brasil-Suiza, el 17 de junio de 2018 en Sao Paulo. REUTERS/Leonardo Benassatto
Brasil, a un partido de igualar su mayor racha sin triunfos en Mundiales
Aficionados durante el Brasil-Suiza, el 17 de junio de 2018 en Sao Paulo. REUTERS/Leonardo Benassatto
The England manager was in a jovial mood after the Tottenham striker inspired his country to a 2-1 win over Tunisia at the World Cup
The only thing Kane hasn't done is score in August - Southgate
The England manager was in a jovial mood after the Tottenham striker inspired his country to a 2-1 win over Tunisia at the World Cup
Players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team leave Airbus A319 from St Petersburg in Rostov-on-Don, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
Players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team leave Airbus A319 from St Petersburg in Rostov-on-Don
Players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team leave Airbus A319 from St Petersburg in Rostov-on-Don, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
Players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team leave Airbus A319 from St Petersburg in Rostov-on-Don, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
Players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team leave Airbus A319 from St Petersburg in Rostov-on-Don
Players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team leave Airbus A319 from St Petersburg in Rostov-on-Don, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
Players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team leave Airbus A319 from St Petersburg in Rostov-on-Don, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
Players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team leave Airbus A319 from St Petersburg in Rostov-on-Don
Players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team leave Airbus A319 from St Petersburg in Rostov-on-Don, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
Airbus A319 from St Petersburg with the players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team is seen at the airport in Rostov-on-Don, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
Airbus A319 from St Petersburg with the players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team is seen at the airport in Rostov-on-Don
Airbus A319 from St Petersburg with the players of Saudi Arabia's national soccer team is seen at the airport in Rostov-on-Don, Russia June 19, 2018. REUTERS/Sergey Pivovarov
Why was it approved for production? Because Volkswagen believes it looks very good.
VW: T-Roc Cabrio Doesn't Make "Rational Sense;" Yet It's Coming
Why was it approved for production? Because Volkswagen believes it looks very good.
Why was it approved for production? Because Volkswagen believes it looks very good.
VW: T-Roc Cabrio Doesn't Make "Rational Sense;" Yet It's Coming
Why was it approved for production? Because Volkswagen believes it looks very good.
After 12 years and eight F1 titles with Renault power, Red Bull will have their 2019 engines supplied by Honda.
Red Bull confirm Honda switch
After 12 years and eight F1 titles with Renault power, Red Bull will have their 2019 engines supplied by Honda.
Spain celebrate a goal in their opening World Cup match against Portugal (AFP Photo/Nelson Almeida)
Spain celebrate a goal in their opening World Cup match against Portugal
Spain celebrate a goal in their opening World Cup match against Portugal (AFP Photo/Nelson Almeida)
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
Australian transfer news & rumours: Trent Sainsbury in Europe's sights, Tony Popovic busy at Perth Glory
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
Australian transfer news & rumours: Trent Sainsbury in Europe's sights, Tony Popovic busy at Perth Glory
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
Australian transfer news & rumours: Trent Sainsbury in Europe's sights, Tony Popovic busy at Perth Glory
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
Australian transfer news & rumours: Trent Sainsbury in Europe's sights, Tony Popovic busy at Perth Glory
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
Australian transfer news & rumours: Trent Sainsbury in Europe's sights, Tony Popovic busy at Perth Glory
Goal takes a look at the latest transfer news and rumours from the A-League and Australians abroad
What is it? It's the World Cup 2018 match in Group A between Russia and Egypt. When is it? Tuesday June 19, 2018. What time is kick-off? The match will get under way at 7pm (BST). What TV channel is it on? BBC1 will be broadcasting the match with their programme starting at 6.30pm. Alternatively, you can follow all the build-up, live minute-by-minute commentary and post-match analysis right here. Just bookmark this page and come back on Tuesday evening. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? The Krestovsky Stadium, the home of Zenit Saint Petersburg, will host Tuesday's match. World Cup 2018 stadium: Kaliningrad Stadium What is the team news? Russia midfielder Alan Dzagoev is expected to miss Tuesday night's game after suffering a hamstring during the opening day defeat of Saudi Arabia with Aleksandr Golovin stepping in to fill the position. Denis Cheryshev, meanwhile, is expected to start after impressing off the bench against Saudi Arabia. Mohamed Salah will undergo a fitness test on Monday evening after the Egypt striker missed his country's opening defeat by Uruguay as a result of the shoulder injury he suffered in the Champions League final on May 26, but coach Hector Cuper is confident he will be fit for Tuesday's Group A game. Cuper said: "Salah is fit. For the previous match against Uruguay, we thought he was fit also, but we always carry out a last physical test before we draw up the line-up. Today, we'll have an important test for him to see how he does. "I hope that he'll be fully fit to play. I'm sure that he will be able to play. He's an essential piece in our team." World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? Hector Cuper, the Russia manager, has kept Russia guessing over whether or not he will be able to unleash "one of the best players in the world" on them in St Petersburg later today. The Group A rivals go head-to-head with the hosts knowing a second successive victory could secure their progression to the second round, but equally aware that the impending return of Mohamed Salah from injury may threaten their dream. Liverpool forward Salah was due to undergo a fitness test on the shoulder injury he suffered in the Champions League final last month on Monday evening, but Cuper is optimistic that he will be able to take his place in the team after missing Friday's opening defeat by Uruguay. Mohamed Salah could be key to the outcome of tonight's match Credit: REUTERS The Argentine said: "Salah is one of the best players in the world. He is in the top 10 today for me, there's no shadow of a doubt there. It's an honour and a privilege to coach him. "It's great to be able to work with him because on top of being talented, he is humble, he plays as a team player and that, at least for me, is extremely important nowadays. "He's an important player for us, obviously, nobody can deny that, and this I say with all due respect to all the other players in the Egyptian squad. "The fact that we can count on him... I'm not saying he is a guarantee, but he's definitely an important offensive weapon and I have to say when we don't have him, we feel his absence and we have to come up with alternatives to try to get the same strength in offence. "Hopefully tomorrow, he'll be up to play. I'm optimistic, I think he'll be able to play." Russia manager Stanislav Cherchesov, meanwhile, has said he is hoping Salah is fit to play, believing Egypt's biggest star can heighten the contest. Cherchesov says "God willing, he'll be fit and entertain the fans, not just of Egypt but the whole world. He's the kind of player who lights up games and tournaments like this." What are the odds? Russia to win: Evens Draw: 9/4 Egypt to win: 3/1 What's our prediction? Tense, but entertaining, draw: 1-1. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Russia vs Egypt: What time is kick-off, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? It's the World Cup 2018 match in Group A between Russia and Egypt. When is it? Tuesday June 19, 2018. What time is kick-off? The match will get under way at 7pm (BST). What TV channel is it on? BBC1 will be broadcasting the match with their programme starting at 6.30pm. Alternatively, you can follow all the build-up, live minute-by-minute commentary and post-match analysis right here. Just bookmark this page and come back on Tuesday evening. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? The Krestovsky Stadium, the home of Zenit Saint Petersburg, will host Tuesday's match. World Cup 2018 stadium: Kaliningrad Stadium What is the team news? Russia midfielder Alan Dzagoev is expected to miss Tuesday night's game after suffering a hamstring during the opening day defeat of Saudi Arabia with Aleksandr Golovin stepping in to fill the position. Denis Cheryshev, meanwhile, is expected to start after impressing off the bench against Saudi Arabia. Mohamed Salah will undergo a fitness test on Monday evening after the Egypt striker missed his country's opening defeat by Uruguay as a result of the shoulder injury he suffered in the Champions League final on May 26, but coach Hector Cuper is confident he will be fit for Tuesday's Group A game. Cuper said: "Salah is fit. For the previous match against Uruguay, we thought he was fit also, but we always carry out a last physical test before we draw up the line-up. Today, we'll have an important test for him to see how he does. "I hope that he'll be fully fit to play. I'm sure that he will be able to play. He's an essential piece in our team." World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? Hector Cuper, the Russia manager, has kept Russia guessing over whether or not he will be able to unleash "one of the best players in the world" on them in St Petersburg later today. The Group A rivals go head-to-head with the hosts knowing a second successive victory could secure their progression to the second round, but equally aware that the impending return of Mohamed Salah from injury may threaten their dream. Liverpool forward Salah was due to undergo a fitness test on the shoulder injury he suffered in the Champions League final last month on Monday evening, but Cuper is optimistic that he will be able to take his place in the team after missing Friday's opening defeat by Uruguay. Mohamed Salah could be key to the outcome of tonight's match Credit: REUTERS The Argentine said: "Salah is one of the best players in the world. He is in the top 10 today for me, there's no shadow of a doubt there. It's an honour and a privilege to coach him. "It's great to be able to work with him because on top of being talented, he is humble, he plays as a team player and that, at least for me, is extremely important nowadays. "He's an important player for us, obviously, nobody can deny that, and this I say with all due respect to all the other players in the Egyptian squad. "The fact that we can count on him... I'm not saying he is a guarantee, but he's definitely an important offensive weapon and I have to say when we don't have him, we feel his absence and we have to come up with alternatives to try to get the same strength in offence. "Hopefully tomorrow, he'll be up to play. I'm optimistic, I think he'll be able to play." Russia manager Stanislav Cherchesov, meanwhile, has said he is hoping Salah is fit to play, believing Egypt's biggest star can heighten the contest. Cherchesov says "God willing, he'll be fit and entertain the fans, not just of Egypt but the whole world. He's the kind of player who lights up games and tournaments like this." What are the odds? Russia to win: Evens Draw: 9/4 Egypt to win: 3/1 What's our prediction? Tense, but entertaining, draw: 1-1. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
What is it? It's the World Cup 2018 match in Group A between Russia and Egypt. When is it? Tuesday June 19, 2018. What time is kick-off? The match will get under way at 7pm (BST). What TV channel is it on? BBC1 will be broadcasting the match with their programme starting at 6.30pm. Alternatively, you can follow all the build-up, live minute-by-minute commentary and post-match analysis right here. Just bookmark this page and come back on Tuesday evening. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? The Krestovsky Stadium, the home of Zenit Saint Petersburg, will host Tuesday's match. World Cup 2018 stadium: Kaliningrad Stadium What is the team news? Russia midfielder Alan Dzagoev is expected to miss Tuesday night's game after suffering a hamstring during the opening day defeat of Saudi Arabia with Aleksandr Golovin stepping in to fill the position. Denis Cheryshev, meanwhile, is expected to start after impressing off the bench against Saudi Arabia. Mohamed Salah will undergo a fitness test on Monday evening after the Egypt striker missed his country's opening defeat by Uruguay as a result of the shoulder injury he suffered in the Champions League final on May 26, but coach Hector Cuper is confident he will be fit for Tuesday's Group A game. Cuper said: "Salah is fit. For the previous match against Uruguay, we thought he was fit also, but we always carry out a last physical test before we draw up the line-up. Today, we'll have an important test for him to see how he does. "I hope that he'll be fully fit to play. I'm sure that he will be able to play. He's an essential piece in our team." World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? Hector Cuper, the Russia manager, has kept Russia guessing over whether or not he will be able to unleash "one of the best players in the world" on them in St Petersburg later today. The Group A rivals go head-to-head with the hosts knowing a second successive victory could secure their progression to the second round, but equally aware that the impending return of Mohamed Salah from injury may threaten their dream. Liverpool forward Salah was due to undergo a fitness test on the shoulder injury he suffered in the Champions League final last month on Monday evening, but Cuper is optimistic that he will be able to take his place in the team after missing Friday's opening defeat by Uruguay. Mohamed Salah could be key to the outcome of tonight's match Credit: REUTERS The Argentine said: "Salah is one of the best players in the world. He is in the top 10 today for me, there's no shadow of a doubt there. It's an honour and a privilege to coach him. "It's great to be able to work with him because on top of being talented, he is humble, he plays as a team player and that, at least for me, is extremely important nowadays. "He's an important player for us, obviously, nobody can deny that, and this I say with all due respect to all the other players in the Egyptian squad. "The fact that we can count on him... I'm not saying he is a guarantee, but he's definitely an important offensive weapon and I have to say when we don't have him, we feel his absence and we have to come up with alternatives to try to get the same strength in offence. "Hopefully tomorrow, he'll be up to play. I'm optimistic, I think he'll be able to play." Russia manager Stanislav Cherchesov, meanwhile, has said he is hoping Salah is fit to play, believing Egypt's biggest star can heighten the contest. Cherchesov says "God willing, he'll be fit and entertain the fans, not just of Egypt but the whole world. He's the kind of player who lights up games and tournaments like this." What are the odds? Russia to win: Evens Draw: 9/4 Egypt to win: 3/1 What's our prediction? Tense, but entertaining, draw: 1-1. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Russia vs Egypt: What time is kick-off, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
What is it? It's the World Cup 2018 match in Group A between Russia and Egypt. When is it? Tuesday June 19, 2018. What time is kick-off? The match will get under way at 7pm (BST). What TV channel is it on? BBC1 will be broadcasting the match with their programme starting at 6.30pm. Alternatively, you can follow all the build-up, live minute-by-minute commentary and post-match analysis right here. Just bookmark this page and come back on Tuesday evening. World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Where is the game being played? The Krestovsky Stadium, the home of Zenit Saint Petersburg, will host Tuesday's match. World Cup 2018 stadium: Kaliningrad Stadium What is the team news? Russia midfielder Alan Dzagoev is expected to miss Tuesday night's game after suffering a hamstring during the opening day defeat of Saudi Arabia with Aleksandr Golovin stepping in to fill the position. Denis Cheryshev, meanwhile, is expected to start after impressing off the bench against Saudi Arabia. Mohamed Salah will undergo a fitness test on Monday evening after the Egypt striker missed his country's opening defeat by Uruguay as a result of the shoulder injury he suffered in the Champions League final on May 26, but coach Hector Cuper is confident he will be fit for Tuesday's Group A game. Cuper said: "Salah is fit. For the previous match against Uruguay, we thought he was fit also, but we always carry out a last physical test before we draw up the line-up. Today, we'll have an important test for him to see how he does. "I hope that he'll be fully fit to play. I'm sure that he will be able to play. He's an essential piece in our team." World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news on the two teams? Hector Cuper, the Russia manager, has kept Russia guessing over whether or not he will be able to unleash "one of the best players in the world" on them in St Petersburg later today. The Group A rivals go head-to-head with the hosts knowing a second successive victory could secure their progression to the second round, but equally aware that the impending return of Mohamed Salah from injury may threaten their dream. Liverpool forward Salah was due to undergo a fitness test on the shoulder injury he suffered in the Champions League final last month on Monday evening, but Cuper is optimistic that he will be able to take his place in the team after missing Friday's opening defeat by Uruguay. Mohamed Salah could be key to the outcome of tonight's match Credit: REUTERS The Argentine said: "Salah is one of the best players in the world. He is in the top 10 today for me, there's no shadow of a doubt there. It's an honour and a privilege to coach him. "It's great to be able to work with him because on top of being talented, he is humble, he plays as a team player and that, at least for me, is extremely important nowadays. "He's an important player for us, obviously, nobody can deny that, and this I say with all due respect to all the other players in the Egyptian squad. "The fact that we can count on him... I'm not saying he is a guarantee, but he's definitely an important offensive weapon and I have to say when we don't have him, we feel his absence and we have to come up with alternatives to try to get the same strength in offence. "Hopefully tomorrow, he'll be up to play. I'm optimistic, I think he'll be able to play." Russia manager Stanislav Cherchesov, meanwhile, has said he is hoping Salah is fit to play, believing Egypt's biggest star can heighten the contest. Cherchesov says "God willing, he'll be fit and entertain the fans, not just of Egypt but the whole world. He's the kind of player who lights up games and tournaments like this." What are the odds? Russia to win: Evens Draw: 9/4 Egypt to win: 3/1 What's our prediction? Tense, but entertaining, draw: 1-1. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
The Croatia international has impressed during his time in the Bundesliga and a summer transfer has not been ruled out for the striker
Hoffenheim open to €50 million approach for Bayern & Newcastle target Kramaric
The Croatia international has impressed during his time in the Bundesliga and a summer transfer has not been ruled out for the striker
Red Bull agree to use Honda engines from 2019 F1 season to end 12-year deal with Renault
Red Bull agree to use Honda engines from 2019 F1 season to end 12-year deal with Renault
Red Bull agree to use Honda engines from 2019 F1 season to end 12-year deal with Renault
Red Bull agree to use Honda engines from 2019 F1 season to end 12-year deal with Renault
Red Bull agree to use Honda engines from 2019 F1 season to end 12-year deal with Renault
Red Bull agree to use Honda engines from 2019 F1 season to end 12-year deal with Renault
Red Bull agree to use Honda engines from 2019 F1 season to end 12-year deal with Renault
Red Bull agree to use Honda engines from 2019 F1 season to end 12-year deal with Renault
Red Bull agree to use Honda engines from 2019 F1 season to end 12-year deal with Renault
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Polonia vs. Senegal en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Polonia vs. Senegal en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Polonia vs. Senegal en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Polonia vs. Senegal en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Polonia vs. Senegal en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Polonia vs. Senegal en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Tanto europeos como africanos esperan sacar un resultado positivo y comenzar a mirar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Ulinzi are still in the market for a midfielder as Nyaudo seeks to tighten the loose ends in the June transfer window
Ulinzi Stars sign former Mathare United striker Elijah Mwanzia
Ulinzi are still in the market for a midfielder as Nyaudo seeks to tighten the loose ends in the June transfer window
Ulinzi are still in the market for a midfielder as Nyaudo seeks to tighten the loose ends in the June transfer window
Ulinzi Stars sign former Mathare United striker Elijah Mwanzia
Ulinzi are still in the market for a midfielder as Nyaudo seeks to tighten the loose ends in the June transfer window
En la imagen, seguidores islandeses en el partido contra Argentina en Moscú, el 16 de junio de 2018. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
Casi todos los islandeses que pusieron la TV el sábado vieron el Islandia-Argentina
En la imagen, seguidores islandeses en el partido contra Argentina en Moscú, el 16 de junio de 2018. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Rusia vs. Egipto en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Rusia vs. Egipto en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Rusia vs. Egipto en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Rusia vs. Egipto en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Rusia vs. Egipto en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
Cómo ver Rusia vs. Egipto en vivo y online: streaming y TV
Los faraones están obligados a ganar ante los anfitriones para tener posibilidades de pasar a los octavos de final del Mundial.
El zaguero de Uruguay José María Giménez (en el piso a la derecha) festeja con sus compañeros tras marcar el gol para la victoria 1-0 ante Egipto por el Grupo A del Mundial en Ekaterimburgo, Rusia, el viernes 15 de junio de 2018. (AP Foto/Natacha Pisarenko)
El zaguero de Uruguay José María Giménez (en el piso a la derecha) festeja con sus compañeros tras marcar el gol para la victoria 1-0 ante Egipto por el Grupo A del Mundial en Ekaterimburgo, Rusia, el viernes 15 de junio de 2018. (AP Foto/Natacha Pisarenko)
El zaguero de Uruguay José María Giménez (en el piso a la derecha) festeja con sus compañeros tras marcar el gol para la victoria 1-0 ante Egipto por el Grupo A del Mundial en Ekaterimburgo, Rusia, el viernes 15 de junio de 2018. (AP Foto/Natacha Pisarenko)
A facelift is nice and all, but we'd rather have an OPC version.
2019 Opel Astra Spotted Masking Modest Facelift
A facelift is nice and all, but we'd rather have an OPC version.
A facelift is nice and all, but we'd rather have an OPC version.
2019 Opel Astra Spotted Masking Modest Facelift
A facelift is nice and all, but we'd rather have an OPC version.
A facelift is nice and all, but we'd rather have an OPC version.
2019 Opel Astra Spotted Masking Modest Facelift
A facelift is nice and all, but we'd rather have an OPC version.
A facelift is nice and all, but we'd rather have an OPC version.
2019 Opel Astra Spotted Masking Modest Facelift
A facelift is nice and all, but we'd rather have an OPC version.
Moscow's World Cup fan zone, built on the doorstep of the city's iconic main university, has become a "flirt zone," joked the free Russian paper Metro (AFP Photo/Maxim ZMEYEV)
Moscow's World Cup fan zone, built on the doorstep of the city's iconic main university, has become a "flirt zone," joked the free Russian paper Metro
Moscow's World Cup fan zone, built on the doorstep of the city's iconic main university, has become a "flirt zone," joked the free Russian paper Metro (AFP Photo/Maxim ZMEYEV)
The Kremlin said World Cup romances are personal choices (AFP Photo/Mladen ANTONOV)
The Kremlin said World Cup romances are personal choices
The Kremlin said World Cup romances are personal choices (AFP Photo/Mladen ANTONOV)
Beauden Barrett was taken from the field in the 12th minute of the first Test and failed a concussion test after a mid-air collision with France's Benjamin Fall (AFP Photo/MICHAEL BRADLEY)
Beauden Barrett was taken from the field in the 12th minute of the first Test and failed a concussion test after a mid-air collision with France's Benjamin Fall
Beauden Barrett was taken from the field in the 12th minute of the first Test and failed a concussion test after a mid-air collision with France's Benjamin Fall (AFP Photo/MICHAEL BRADLEY)

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