• World Cup Power Ranking: Where every team stands after one week at Russia 2018

    5 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Almost a week into World Cup play, football fans have already seen a slew of shocking upsets and astounding finishes.
    Whether its the best teams in the world getting stunned by heroic efforts from smaller nations or heartbreaking finishes that only football can create, the opening matches of the 2018 World Cup have shaken up the field of 32 teams and set the table for who will advance to the knockout round.
    Below we've taken the opportunity to rank the 32 teams competing in the 2018 World Cup, based on both the results of their opening match and team's chances of advancing to the knockout...
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  • FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule: Odds And Picks For Portugal-Morocco, Spain-Iran, Uruguay-Saudi Arabia

    FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule: Odds And Picks For Portugal-Morocco, Spain-Iran, Uruguay-Saudi Arabia

    5 monthes ago - By Forbes

    Wednesday's 2018 World Cup matches will feature Portugal vs. Morocco, Uruguay vs. Saudi Arabia and Iran vs. Spain. Be prepared for Matchday 7 with an in-depth preview that has the full schedule, start times, TV channels, live stream info, odds, bracket, scores, highlights, predictions and more.
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  • Japan and Senegal fans were seen cleaning World Cup stadiums after matches ended instead of celebrating at the pub

    Japan and Senegal fans were seen cleaning World Cup stadiums after matches ended instead of celebrating at the pub

    5 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Japan and Senegal fans have won headlines for staying behind after their World Cup matches to ensure the stadiums are left clean and tidy.
    Japan bested Colombia before Senegal beat Poland in separate Group H matches on Tuesday.
    But rather than exit the ground immediately after the final whistle, fans tidied up after themselves to ensure no litter was left behind.
    Japan and Senegal meet in a Group H clash on Sunday and, judging from their behaviour earlier this week, the stadium could be left cleaner than it ever has been before.
    If World Cups were won because of the behaviour of a...
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