World Cup 2018 Group Standings


Group A Standing

 

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Group A Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 14th Russia vs Saudi Arabia 10:00 5 – 0
June 15th Egypt vs Uruguay 07:00 0 – 1 
June 19th Russia vs Egypt 13:00 3 – 1
June 20th Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia 10:00 Bet Now
June 25th Uruguay vs Russia 09:00 Bet Now
June 25th Saudi Arabia vs Egypt 09:00 Bet Now

* Times are listed according to Canadian Eastern Time Zone.


 

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Group B Standing


Group B Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 15th Moroco vs Iran 10:00 0 – 1 
June 15th Portugal vs Spain 13:00 3 – 3
June 20th Portogal vs Morocco 07:00 1 – 0
June 20th Iran vs Spain 13:00 Bet Now
June 25th Iran vs Portugal 13:00 Bet Now
June 25th Spain vs Morocco 13:00 Bet Now

* Times are listed according to Canadian Eastern Time Zone.


 

Group C Standing

 


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Group C Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 16th France vs Australia 05:00 2 – 1
June 16th Peru vs Denmark 11:00 0 – 1
June 21th Denmark vs Austalia 07:00 Bet Now
June 21th France vs Peru 10:00 Bet Now
June 26th Denmark vs France 09:00 Bet Now
June 26th Australia vs Peru 09:00 Bet Now

* Times are listed according to Canadian Eastern Time Zone.


 

Group D Standing

 


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Group D Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 16th Croatia vs Nigeria 08:00 2 – 0
June 16th Argentina vs Iceland 14:00 1 – 1
June 21th Argetina vs Croatia 13:00 Bet Now
June 22th Nigeria vs Iceland 10:00 Bet Now
June 26th Nigeria vs Argentina 13:00 Bet Now
June 26th Iceland vs Croatia 13:00 Bet Now

* Times are listed according to Canadian Eastern Time Zone.


 

Group E Standing

 


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Group E Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 17th Costa Rica vs Serbia 07:00 0 – 1
June 17th Brazil vs Switzerland 13:00 1-1
June 22th Brazil vs E3 Costa Rica 07:00 Bet Now
June 22th Serbia vs Switzerland 13:00 Bet Now
June 27th Serbia vs  Brazil 13:00 Bet Now
June 27th  Switzerland vs Costa Rica  13:00 Bet Now

* Times are listed according to Canadian Eastern Time Zone.


 

Group F Standing


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Group F Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 17th Germany vs Mexico 10:00 0 – 1
June 18th Sweden vs Korea Republic 07:00 1 – 0
June 23th Korea Republic vs Mexico 10:00 Bet Now
June 23th Germany vs Sweden 13:00 Bet Now
June 27th Korea Republic vs Germany 09:00 Bet Now
June 27th Switzerland vs Costa Rica 09:00 Bet Now

* Times are listed according to Canadian Eastern Time Zone.



Group G Standing


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Group G Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 18th Belguim vs Panama 10:00 3 – 0
June 18th Tunisia vs England 13:00 1 – 2
June 23th Belguim vs Tunisia 07:00 Bet Now
June 24th England vs Panama 07:00 Bet Now
June 28th  Panama vs Tunisia  13:00 Bet Now
June 28th England vs Belguim 13:00 Bet Now

* Times are listed according to Canadian Eastern Time Zone.


 

Group H Standing


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Group H Schedule
Date Countries Local time Bet Now
June 19th Colombia vs Japan 07:00 1 -2 
June 19th Poland vs Senegal 10:00 1 -2 
June 24th Japan vs Sengal 10:00 Bet Now
June 24th Poland vs Colomobia 13:00 Bet Now
June 28th Japan vs Poland 09:00 Bet Now
June 28th  Sengal vs Colombia 09:00 Bet Now

* Times are listed according to Canadian Eastern Time Zone.


World Cup Structure: How it Works and How Many Matches Comprise the World Cup

The World cup Group Schedule features national teams from thirty-two countries. Thirty-one of those teams were determined through qualifying matches, with the last team receiving automatic qualification as a result of being the host country.

Every four years a different country is selected to act as the host country. The host country must submit an entry in order to be considered by FIFA and must meet the infrastructure needed to successfully host the tournament. The FIFA governing body will then decide which country is most suitable to host the World Cup

Upon the host country being selected, preliminary tournaments are carried out around the world over a three year period to determine which countries will qualify for the tournament. The world is divided into regions including Africa Asia, Europe, South America and North/Central American and the Caribbean. Those that finish in the top positions of each region will earn a place in the tournament.

Many people take a passionate position when it comes to the World Cup, especially when betting on their favourite teams. Sports betting sites are keen to release the best odds with hopes of generating interest so players can bet now versus bet later. Football is the world most beloved and popular sports and is watched by millions and to get the best odds, the time to bet is now!

Schedule for the 2018 FIFA World Cup

The 2018 World Cup schedule has been set and interest is already reaching a frenzy as 32 teams prepare for the tournament, select and confirm their team roasters. For sportsbook operators, the action is always on the forefront with odds being adjusted based on new facts or team information.

In total there are sixty-four matches that will be played at twelve different stadiums in eleven cities. The final is played after 63 matches and the two remaining teams that have been successful against their competition will play the final to see who will be crowned tournament champion.

2018 World Cup Teams

Africa:

Morocco Egypt, Tunisia and Nigeria Senegal and.

Asia:

Australia, Korea Republic and Japan, Iran, Saudi Arabia.

Europe:

Belgium, Denmark, Croatia, England, Germany, France, Portugal, Poland, Iceland, Spain, Serbia, Switzerland, Sweden and Russia

North, Central America and Caribbean:

Mexico, Costa Rica, and Panama

South America:

Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay and Peru

Interesting facts

  • As a point of interest, twenty of the soccer teams that have qualified for the 2018 made appearances in the 2014 World Cup tournament. This includes the defending champions, Germany, the U.K, France, Portugal and Spain.
  • As a point of interest, twenty of the soccer teams that have qualified for the 2018 made appearances in the 2014 World Cup tournament. This includes the defending champions, Germany, the U.K, France, Portugal and Spain.
  • Iceland and Panama will make their first World Cup appearance.
  • There has never been a World Cup Final that did not feature one country from Europe.
  • The earliest record of any sport similar to football was in Japan in 1004 B.C.
  • Only one goalkeeper in the history of the World Cup has been named MVP. This occurred during the 2002 World Cup and saw Goalkeeper Oliver Kahn win the prestigious award.

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