What World Cup 2018 games can I watch today? Serbia v Croatia, Germany v Mexico and Brazil v Switzerland live from Russia

Fourth day of the tournament is set to be a cracker with champions Germany and everyone’s second-favourite team, Brazil, kicking off their campaigns

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 17 June, 2018, 10:31am
UPDATED : Sunday, 17 June, 2018, 10:39am

We’ve had eight games and 21 goals so far in the 2018 Fifa World Cup and Sunday brings three more opening group games, including everyone’s second-favourite team Brazil.

You’ll have to wait until the last game of the night for them but luckily there’s two huge matches beforehand.

First on the bill is Costa Rica v Serbia.

Los Ticos were the surprise package of the last World Cup in Brazil but they come up against a Serbia side that returns after an eight-year absence.

But it is the Europeans that are regarded as the favourites by the bookies: Serbia are $1.85 compared to Costa Rica’s $5.25 with a draw at $3.4.

The game, which is only available on Now TV (channels 618 and 619), kicks off from Samara at 8pm Hong Kong time.

The holders Germany play the most-supported team in the US, Mexico, in the second game of Sunday night.

Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium plays host for a game that is expected to be won by the Germans ($1.5) with Mexico unfancied ($7.5) to pull a shock in the Russian capital. The draw is priced at $3.4.

You can watch it live for free on Viu TV (channel 96) as well as on Now TV from 11pm.

Finally, what everyone has been waiting for – the first game for Brazil at this World Cup.

They face Switzerland, who sit at No 6 in comparison to No 2 Brazil on the Fifa rankings.

But that has not persuaded the bookies when it comes to the odds.

Brazil are priced at $1.4 compared to the Swiss at $9.5.

The draw is $4.5.

You can see the game from Rostov Arena in Rostov-on-Don on Now TV at 2am.

Costa Rica v Serbia (group E) – 8pm

Germany v Mexico (group F) – 11pm

Brazil v Switzerland (group E) – 2am