Eight teams will undergo the last game of the 2018 World Cup group phase on Monday (25/06/2018). The two matches are from Group A and the other two are parties in Group B.
Duel in Group A did not affect the team that will qualify for the last 16. Because, Russia and Uruguay have secured tickets pitch to the knock-out phase.
Russia and Uruguay are ranked first and two Group A with six of the two matches. Now, both teams are just looking for who will qualify as the top group.
Russia and Uruguay will face each other at the Cosmos Arena on Monday (25/06/2018). On the same day, Saudi Arabia will serve Egyptian resistance in Volgograd Arena.
Despite failing to swim the 16th, Saudi Arabia and Egypt are still eyeing victory. Therefore, it will be the first three points for both teams in the 2018 World Cup.
Switching to Group B, seizing the ticket to the knock-out phase runs fiercely. Therefore, Spain, Portugal, and Iran are still likely to advance to the next round.
Spain and Portugal collected four points, while Iran had three points. Meanwhile, Morocco is at the bottom of the group with a value of zero.
In the deciding party, Portugal will meet Iran at the Mordovia Arena, while Spain serves Morocco resistance in Kaliningrad Stadium.
Statistically, the chances of Spain and Portugal to be able to escape is large. Therefore, a draw has made both teams will advance to the next phase in the 2018 World Cup.
Later, Group A winners will meet Group B runners-up at Fisht Olympic Stadium, 30 June 2018. Group B stands in second place in Group A at Luzhniki Stadium, July 1, 2018.
The whole match can be watched through the glass screen, and here is the full schedule of World Cup 2018 matches, Monday (25/06/2018) night WIB until Tuesday (26/06/2018) early morning hrs.
Monday, June 25, 2018
Uruguay Vs Russia – at 21.00 pm – Cosmos Arena
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Saudi Arabia Vs Egypt – at 21.00 WIB – Volgograd Arena
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Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Iran Vs Portugal – 01.00 am – Mordovia Arena
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Spain Vs Morocco – 01.00 WIB – Kaliningrad Stadium
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