FIFA World Cup 2018: England, Belgium battle for Group G top spot; Senegal, Colombia and Japan fighting for survival
England and Belgium have sailed through Group G, winning their two games and are now in the curious situation of weighing up whether they even want to top the section.
Highlights Belgium vs Tunisia, FIFA World Cup 2018, Match 27 in Spartak Stadium: Belgium thrash Tunisia 5-2
Catch the live scores and updates of the FIFA World Cup 2018 clash between an in-form Belgium and Tunisia.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Cristiano Ronaldo scores only goal for Portugal as Morocco bow out of tournament after defeat
Morocco coach Herve Renard opted for a back four, with Manuel Da Costa and Nabil Dirar coming into the side, to provide added protection against the "absolutely exceptional" Ronaldo after his hat-trick against Spain.
Former World Cup semi-finalists Croatia take on African powerhouses Nigeria in the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad on Saturday in their opening Group D match that may prove a test of the organisers' anti-racism drive.
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Portugal have failed to beat Spain in seven previous meetings at major tournaments, including as the Spanish team went on to lift their only World Cup in South Africa in 2010.
Chinese and Russian commanders conducted a simulation exercise in Kaliningrad province for the ongoing joint military drills code-named "Joint Sea 2017" in the Baltic Sea.
A Chinese naval fleet held a scheduled military exercise with the Russian navy in St Petersburg and Kaliningrad on Sunday in the first of planned exercises this year to strengthen their cooperation, state news agency Xinhua reported.
FIFA’s decision to set the wintertime period as the time-frame for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar instead of the traditional summertime will not result in huge problems for the world of football, Gianni Infantino, the president of the world’s governing body of football, said.