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Table of Contents

Match 1 - Russia vs Saudi Arabia

Match 2 - Egypt vs Uruguay

Match  3 - Portugal vs Spain

Match  4 - Morocco vs Iran

Match  5 - France vs Australia

Match  6 - Peru vs Denmark

Match  7 - Argentina vs Iceland

Match  8 - Croatia vs Nigeria

Match  9 - Brazil vs Switzerland

Match  10 - Costa Rica vs Serbia

Match  11 - Germany vs Mexico

Match  12 - Sweden vs South Korea

Match  13 - Belgium vs Panama

Match  14 - Tunisia vs England

Match  15 - Poland vs Senegal

Match  16 - Colombia vs Japan

Match  17 - Russia vs Egypt

Match  18 - Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia

Match  19 - Portugal vs Morocco

Match  20 - Iran vs Spain

Match  21 - France vs Peru

Match  22 - Australia vs Denmark

Match  23 - Argentina vs Croatia

Match  24 - Nigeria vs Iceland

This year’s FIFA World Cup will be kicking off at the Luzhniki Stadium and the inauguration match will be between the host Russia and Saudi Arabia. The Luzhniki Stadium is located in the Khamovniki District, Moscow, Russia. With an estimated construction cost of € 350m, this stadium started its journey back on July 31, 1956. Currently, the stadium has the capacity to hold a total of 81,000 spectators during this match.

Being the host of this year’s world cup, Team Russia will be going to the field with a lot of home supports and expectations. Russia, currently ranked 67 in FIFA ranking, has been directly qualified for the World Cup 2018 as the Host Nation. However, prior to this tournament, Russia has played the FIFA World Cup Football 10 times. Then known as the Soviet Union, it was 1958 when they first qualified for this event and was taking part in the World Cups as the Soviet Union till 1990. Later from 1994’s USA event, they have been appearing as Russia where their last appearance was in 2014. Considering all the 10 appearances, the best World Cup performance of Russia was during the 1966’s world cup where they secured the Fourth place.

On the other hand, Asian Giants,