Fifa World Cup: What games can I watch today? Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal v Morocco, Uruguay v Saudi Arabia and Spain v Iran

The second round of group-stage fixtures is under way in Russia, with a crunch clash for Spain and the return of hat-trick hero Ronaldo

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 20 June, 2018, 10:01am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 20 June, 2018, 10:32am

By the end of Wednesday’s three matches, we’ll be almost a third of the way through this World Cup. But that is not bad news.

Far from it, as now that we are into the second match days of the group stage, the games take on added meaning with a place in the knockout round at stake.

Portugal kick off the feast of football when they take on Morocco. Cristiano Ronaldo’s side drew with Spain in their opener and are favourites to add three points against the North Africans, paying $1.65.

The Atlas Lions lost to Iran and that is reflected in their $6.75 odds to win. The draw is at $3.75.

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You can watch Ronaldo aim to stretch his lead in the race for the Golden Boot from 8pm.

The game is live on both Viu TV (channel 99) and Now TV World Cup channels (618 and 619).

From group B to group A for the next game of the night where Uruguay expect little trouble in making it two wins from two when they face Saudi Arabia.

The Saudis lost 5-0 to Russia in their opening game to explain their $22 payout to win compared to Luis Suarez and his teammates as low as $1.16. The draw is $8.5.

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Kick off from Rostov-on-Don is 11pm and the game is live and exclusive on the Now TV World Cup channels.

Back to group B for the final game where group leaders Iran take on Spain in a must-win match for the Europeans.

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Kazan Arena plays host to a game that the Spanish are expected to win ($1.18) with Carlos Queiroz’s Iran a shock ($21). The draw is $7.5.

Watch the 2am game on Now TV’s World Cup channels.