FIFA World Cup 6th Day Preview: 3 matches to be played today

Jun 19 2018 12:35 PM
FIFA World Cup 6th Day Preview: 3 matches to be played today

Three matches will be played today in the FIFA World Cup. Columbia and Japan fight for the trophy at 17.30 pm. At 20.30 pm, there will be a competition between Poland and Senegal. At 23.30 pm, Russia will clash with Egypt.

Japan ready to improve the previous mistake, Colombia gets a golden chance  

The Japan team, which is out in the group league in Brazil 2014 World Cup, will face Colombia on Tuesday. However, apart from these two, the team has no known defender. While the team may have to struggle to support another midfielder, Flacco. Coach José Pekerman, who was also in 2014, could make a challenge in the Deadlock for Columbia by making most of their formation around Rodriguez.

Senegal's challenge in front of Poland, eyes on Lewandowski

FIFA World Cup will be played on Tuesday, between Poland and Senegal in 2018. In the collision between the teams, everyone will be seen on Robert Lewandowski and Saidi Mane. Lewandowski of Poland will play for Munich and with 29 goals this season, the club has been the best scorer for the third consecutive time.



However, in Group H's match at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, Poland will start as a winning contender. World number 8 Poland is taking part in the World Cup for the eighth time. Coach Adam Nawalca's team is desperate to improve the record of living in the third position of 1974 and 1982


Russia, Mohamed may come back with elevated intentions

Russia will face Egypt on Tuesday, which will beat Saudi Arabia 5-0 in their first match of the FIFA World Cup 2018. Egypt's team is stronger than Russia. Group A will be played in the set Petersburg Stadium. Russia is coming against Saudi Arabia in the match after winning the ball with a 5-0 margin to win the match. On the other hand, Egypt had to face defeat before Uruguay earlier.

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