FIFA World Cup 2018 Groups Tables & Standings
The FIFA World Cup 2018 will be performed to 15 June between 14 July 2018 and will be hosted by France. You will find 8 Groups of every group. With Germany being the champions 32 Countries will perform with the FIFA 2018. Here would be standings and the FIFA 2018 collection tables.
Friday morning’s World Cup draw in Moscow had a bit of everything. There was some awkward Russian rock. We were treated to stilted conversation between FIFA president Gianni Infantino and his host, Vladimir Putin. Diego Maradona wore a golden bow tie. And English emcee Gary Lineker clearly noticed, and enjoyed a well-timed dig at his former Argentine, 30 years on from the Hand of God.
Here the groups with some information about the teams and their players.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Group A
Russia is more like the Group winner. They will play their first match of the Group and tournament against Saudi Arabia. Uruguay is the 2nd team which can qualify for next round.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Group B
Portugal Euro 2016 Winner under Ronaldo’s captaincy will be looking to win their first world cup. Both Portugal and Spain will qualify for next round.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Group C
France were the runners-up in Euro 2016 who lost to Portugal in Final. They will top the group and 2nd team may Australia or Peru.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Group D
Argentina for sure will qualify for next as Messi will lead the attack. Iceland and Croatia are the other two teams who will vouch for 2nd spot in the Group.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Group E
Brazil 2010 world cup champions will qualify for next round under Neymar Jr attack. Second team may be either Switzerland or Costa Rica.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Group F
Germany is the defending champions and Mexico are the 2017 Gold Cup Champions. Both these teams will likely to qualigy for the knockout round.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Group G
Belgium and England are the two strong teams from this group and more likely to qualify for Round of 16.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Group H
Ronaldo will the player to look for. Portugal and Colombia are the two qualifiers from this Group. James Rodriguez will be the player to look out for Colombia team.
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