We’ve got four matches on Monday, with Group A and Group B needing to be settled
There have been multiple thrills and spills in the 2018 World Cup to date, with the groups coming to a climax over the next four days.
Group A hasn’t thrown up too many surprises apart from the fact that Russia have exceeded expectations and the host nation simply need a draw against Uruguay to go through as section winners.
Saudi Arabia 15:00 Egypt
Uruguay 15:00 Russia
Iran 19:00 Portugal
Spain 19:00 Morocco
La Celeste have won both of their Group A matches by slender margins, with Oscar Tabarez’s team looking to accomplish a similar feat and avoid a potential last sixteen clash against Spain.
The Spanish are looking for a handsome enough win to top Group B, with Fernando Hierro hoping his side can outplay a Morocco side who are already out of the competition.
It’s a different story when Portugal meet Iran, with the latter knowing that victory will put them through to the knockout stage and Carlos Queiroz will have a game plan to counteract Cristiano Ronaldo.
The pair go back a long way to their Manchester United days and it looks like an intriguing clash.
Egypt bow out of the World Cup against Saudi Arabia in what is a dead rubber of a clash and we think the Pharaohs might have the quality to claim a historic World Cup win, with Mohamed Salah keen to steer his team to some kind of glory.
All odds were correct at time of posting.