World Cup 2018 Group Standings

Knock Out Stage

 WC RUSSIA
URU
1 July
4am
2 – 1
 WC PORTUGAL
POR
Fra
1 July
12am

4 – 3

ARG
BRA
03 July
12am

2 – 0

MEX
BEL
03 July
4am
3 – 2
JPN
URU
07 July
12am
0 – 2
FRA
BRA
07 July
4am
1 – 2 
BEL
FRA
11 July
4am
1 – 0
BEL
BEL
15 July
12am
2 – 0 
ENG
FRA
16 July
1am
CRO
CRO
12 July
4am
2 – 1 
ENG
RUS
08 July
4am
3 – 4 
CRO
SWE
08 July
12am
0- 2 
ENG
SPN
01 July
12am
3 – 4
Rus
CRO
02 July
4am
3 – 2
DEN
SWE
04 July
12am
1 – 0 
SWI
COL
04 July
4am
3 – 4 
ENG

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Group A Standings

All Group A matches have been played.

  • Uruguay finished first and will play Portugal in the next round, click here for the match prediction.
  • Russia finished second and will play Spain in the next round, click here for the match prediction

 


Group A Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 15th Russia vs Saudi Arabia 01:00 5 – 0
June 15th Egypt vs Uruguay 22:00 0 – 1 
June 20th Russia vs Egypt 04:00 3 – 1
June 21th Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia 01:00 1 – 0
June 26th Uruguay vs Russia 00:00 3 – 0
June 26th Saudi Arabia vs Egypt 00:00 2 – 1 

Group B Standings

All Group B matches have been played.

  • Spain finished first and will play Russia in the next round, click here for the match prediction.
  • Portugal finished second and will play Uruguay in the next round, click here for the match prediction

Group B Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 16th Morocco vs Iran 01:00 0 – 1
June 16th Portugal vs Spain 04:00 3 – 3
June 20th Portugal vs Morocco 22:00 1 – 0
June 21st Iran vs Spain 04:00 0 – 1
June 26th Iran vs Portugal 04:00 1 – 1
June 26th Spain vs Morocco 04:00 2 – 2

Group C Standings


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Group C Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 16th France vs Australia 20:00 2 – 1
June 17th Peru vs Denmark 02:00 0 – 1
June 21st Denmark vs Australia 22:00 1 – 1
June 22th France vs Peru 01:00 1 – 0
June 27th Denmark vs France 00:00 0 – 0
June 27th Australia vs Peru 00:00 0 – 2


Group D Standings


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Group D Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 16th Argentina vs Iceland 23:00 1 – 1
June 17th Croatia vs Nigeria 05:00 2 – 0
June 22th Argentina vs Croatia 04:00 0 – 3
June 23rd Nigeria vs Iceland 01:00 2 – 0
June 27th Nigeria vs Argentina 04:00 1 – 2
June 27th Iceland vs Croatia 04:00 1 – 2


Group E Standings


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Group E Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 17th Costa Rica vs Serbia 22:00 0 – 1
June 18th Brazil vs Switzerland 04:00 1 – 1
June 22th Brazil  vs Costa Rica 22:00 2 – 0
June 23rd Serbia vs Switzerland 04:00 1 – 2
June 28th Serbia vs Brazil 04:00 0 – 2
June 28th Switzerland vs Costa Rica 04:00 2 – 2


Group F Standings


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Group F Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 18th Germany vs Mexico 01:00 0 – 1
June 18th Sweden vs Korea Republic 22:00 1 – 0
June 24th Korea Republic vs Mexico 01:00 1 – 2
June 24th Germany vs Sweden 04:00 2 – 1 
June 28th Mexico vs Sweden 00:00 0 – 3
June 28th Korea Republic vs Germany 00:00 2 – 0


Group G Standings


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Group G Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 19th Belgium vs Panama 01:00 3 – 0
June 19th Tunisia vs England 04:00 1 – 2
June 23rd Belgium vs Tunisia 22:00 5 – 2 
June 24th England vs Panama 22:00 6 – 1 
June 29th Panama vs Tunisia 04:00 1 – 2
June 29th England vs Belgium 04:00 0 – 1


Group H Standings


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Group H Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 19th Colombia vs Japan 22:00 1 – 2
June 20th Poland vs Senegal 01:00 1 – 2
June 25th Japan vs Senegal 01:00 2 – 2
June 25th Poland vs Colombia 04:00 0 – 3
June 29th Japan vs Poland 00:00 0 – 1
June 29th Senegal vs Colombia 00:00 0 – 1

The 2018 World Cup is the 21st FIFA World Cup held in Russia, a quadrennial international soccer tournament played by the men’s national soccer teams forming part of the member associations of FIFA. The World Cup Group Schedule is planned to start on 14 June and the final for the tournament will end on 15 July 2018. Russia received the hosting rights for the FIFA World Cup on 2 December 2010. The last World Cup that was held in Europe was in 2006, and all but one stadium is situated in European Russia to keep travel time manageable during the World Cup Group Schedule.

 

The soccer tournament will feature 32 national teams in the World Cup Group Schedule, including 31 national teams that were determined through qualifying competitions along with the host team that automatically qualified for the World Cup. Of the 32 teams, a total of 20 teams will make back-to-back appearances after the last edition of the World Cup tournament in 2014, which includes Germany as the defending champions. Panama and Iceland will both be making their first appearances at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Bettors can look forward to 64 matchups that will be played in 12 different venues situated in 11 cities.

 

Those that are interested in betting on the FIFA World Cup will find a plethora of reputable online betting sites that will feature an arsenal of betting markets for every single game. Football betting is immensely popular across the globe, and sports betting for the 2018 FIFA World Cup is sure to break new records in the online betting industry. Bet now before time runs out!

Qualified 2018 World Cup Teams

In total, 32 teams have qualified for next year’s World Cup, and for sportsbooks and bettors, things are heating up as predictions fall into place, odds are set and adjusted, and teams get organized and ready for the action to unfold.

Africa:

The African content is known for its passion towards soccer and the World Cup always generates a large volume of interest. Egypt, Morocco and Nigeria each managed to secure a spot in the 218 World Cup. As did Senegal and Tunisia.

Asia:

Asia, while often not overtly competitive in the World Cup has earned its place to represent fans, and is sure to see many, especially in Australia gear up for what is sure to be two weeks of intense passion. Australia, Iran, Japan and the Korea Republic made the cut, as did Saudi Arabia.

Europe:

Europe always has a strong presence at the World Cup, and 2018 is no exception with 14 countries having earned a place to represent their country and hopefully bring home the win. As expected, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, England, France and Germany secured their positions by qualifying.

Iceland, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, and Spain also were successful, as was Sweden and Switzerland. As Russia is the hosting country for the 2018 World Cup, they automatically were awarded qualification.

North, Central America and Caribbean:

Surprising many this year is the exclusion of the United States, who failed to get the job done and earn a place in this year’s event. Canada also failed to earn a spot, but being it is not a national sport, this wasn’t too much of a surprise. Those in North, Central America and the Caribbean participating include Costa Rica, Panama and Mexico.

South America:

South America is a hot bed for soccer and passions run high, often with losing teams fearing for their safety as passions get heated and at times, out of hand. That said, many of the expected teams made the grade for next year and with Brazil expecting solid performance results, Uruguay is also expected to be a top contender. Those qualified include Argentina, Brazil and Colombia each ready to take on the challenge, but Peru and Uruguay also qualified to completed representation in South America.



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