With the final round of group games to play, here is how teams can still qualify for the knockout stage
by: Stuart James in Moscow — The Guardian 11s
England’s final group opponents pose danger in the attacking third but Roberto Martínez, Belgium’s coach, has said he may make changes
... have their work cut out trying to restrict his influence, assuming that the Chelsea forward starts in Kaliningrad. Will Jordan Henderson be expected to mark Haz ...
by: David Hytner in Moscow — The Guardian 1h
Nigeria v Argentina has rich World Cup history and this meeting falls more than a decade after the captains met in a youth final
... it. When I was at Chelsea and there was a national team break, I’d go there and I’d enjoy it. I’d have ...
by: Will Sharp — The Guardian 1h
Michael Raisch has combined his love of maps, football and design to create a series of love letters to the World Cup
by: AP and Guardian sport — The Guardian 2h
Mohamed Salah is said to be angry about being used as a political symbol while Egypt’s World Cup squad was based in Chechnya
... echen leader to use him to improve the government’s international image. The Liverpool player has not responded publicly. If Salah were to quit the national team, ...
by: Simon Burnton — The Guardian 2h
Eden Hazard to Real Madrid? | Hirving Lozano to Barcelona? | Matt Ritchie to Bournemouth?
... to spruce up their own midfield by signing Chelsea’s Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere, both of whom could be forced out of their London clubs in s ...
... ega with phone calls in an attempt to lure the Sevilla midfielder to London. Everton want to spruce up their own midfield by signing Chelsea’s Ruben Loftus-Cheek ...
by: Shaun Walker in Moscow — The Guardian 3h
Campaigners against a ban on female fans in Iran going to games have taken their battle to Russia where they watched their team’s second match despite invasive security checks
by: Guardian sport — The Guardian 3h
VAR confounds the sceptics, the World Cup shows its enduring capacity to unite, Peru and Egypt go out partying and international matches still matter
by: Richard Parkin — The Guardian 6h
Russia, the hosts, are in action against Uruguay while Portugal and Spain play their final group games. Join Richard Parkin for the latest news and reaction
by: Jonathan Fisher and presented by Max Rushden; with Paul Doyle, Paolo Bandini and Paul MacInnes in the studio and Martha Kelner and James Montague in Russia — The Guardian 11h
Max and co discuss England’s crushing 6-1 win over Panama, Senegal being pegged back by Japan, Swiss gestures, Kerry Katona and bad hat-tricks
by: Fernando Cuenco in Panama City — The Guardian 13h
In Panama City thousands gather in the early morning to watch the ‘Sele’ take on England and in the hearts of everyone Baloy’s ‘consolation’ makes it 1-0 to La Marea Roja
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