Analysis of the eight World Cup groups

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Analysis of the eight World Cup groups

Příspěvekod Son sovan » sob 02. pro 2017 4:01:18

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Group-by-group analysis:Group ARussia, a lowly 65th in FIFA's rankings, will be reasonably confident of making progress to the last 16 after being drawn against Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Uruguay.The hosts will face the Saudis, ranked 63rd, [b]เอสบีโอเบท[/b] in the tournament's opening match where a win will be essential. Uruguay will be favourites to top the section with Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani forming a fearsome attack although Egypt, back at the finals for the first time since 1990, boast Liverpool's prolific forward Mohamed Salah.Group BEuropean champions Portugal and Spain meet in Sochi to kick off the group and while that is not the start either side would have wanted, they both should still make progress with Morocco, qualifiers for the first time since 1998, and Iran, managed by Carlos Queiroz, the other sides involved.Spain will be keen to make up for their flop in Brazil four years ago when they failed to [i][b]เอสบีโอเบท[/b][/i] survive the group stage while for Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo it could be his last chance to make a real impression at a World Cup.Group CPerhaps not a 'group of death' but 1998 champions France will have to be on their toes if they are to avoid an early flight home with 10th-ranked Peru, a dangerous Denmark and Australia keeping them company.With players such as Antoine Griezmann and Olivier Giroud in attack and Paul Pogba powering up the midfield Les Bleus should win the group with the other three scrapping for runners-up spot. Peru have qualified for the first time for 36 years. https://s-bobet.com
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