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
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