What Fifa World Cup games can I watch today? Belgium v Tunisia, South Korea v Mexico and Germany v Sweden

Holders Germany desperately need a win to keep their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stage alive in Russia

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 23 June, 2018, 9:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 23 June, 2018, 10:18am

As the reality of leaving the World Cup looms, we have action from groups F and G on Saturday night with the prospect of the holders failing to qualify for the knockouts in play.

Germany shocked many by losing to Mexico in their opening game and both teams are in action again tonight.

Before that there is a group G game between Belgium and Tunisia as the Red Devils look to make it two wins from two and assure themselves of a place in the round of 16.

That game comes from Moscow’s Spartak Stadium and the Belgians are the favourites to add to their 3-0 win over Panama. Roberto Martinez’s men are priced at $1.36 for the win and the draw is $5.25.

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A Tunisian upset is around the $10 mark.

You can see the match on Now TV’s World Cup channels (618 and 619) from 8pm.

It’s back to group F for the 11pm kick off and all eyes are on Mexico to see if that win over Germany was a fluke or the start of something special from El Tri. Their opponents are the pointless South Korea, who lost to Sweden without registering a shot on goal on match day one.

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A win for the AFC side would help Asian teams towards a stand-out World Cup in terms of points registered but it is against the odds according to the market.

South Korea are $5.75, the draw is $3.75 and Mexico are favourites at $1.75.

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

Finally, we get to see the holders in a must win game where they face Sweden in Sochi.

Despite the loss, Germany are only $1.5 for the win while Sweden, who triumphed thanks to an Andreas Granqvist penalty over South Korea, are at $7.5. Honours even is $4.5.

See if Germany are going home early from 2am on the Now TV World Cup channels.