What World Cup games can I watch today? England v Panama, Japan v Senegal, Poland v Colombia

Do or die for teams in the final game of the night as they look to get off the mark at Russia 2018

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 24 June, 2018, 9:02am
UPDATED : Sunday, 24 June, 2018, 9:02am

It’s your final chance to watch three games in one night at this World Cup but that is a source of joy rather than despair.

This is the last night of the second round of group games before Monday brings us two helpings of double headers.

All three games matter with two matches from group H to come but first the group G encounter between England and Panama.

The Three Lions have to score goals to keep pace with Belgium, who followed their 3-0 win over Panama with a 5-2 victory over Tunisia on Saturday night. Now the ball is in England’s court.

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If the bookmakers are to be believed then it’s going to be easy work against the World Cup debutants.

England are $1.25 to win, the draw is $6.5 and Panama are $19 for the huge upset.

The game from Nizhny Novgorod kicks off at 8pm and is on both Viu TV (channel 99) and the Now TV World Cup channels (618 and 619).

The two teams with three points in group H meet in Ekaterinburg at 11pm.

It’s Aliou Cisse’s Senegal that are considered favourites to win ($2.3) with Japan at $3.4, just over the draw at $3.2.

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A win for either would put them in the driving seat the for last 16 and you can see the game live on the Now TV World Cup channels.

Finally, it’s two teams that are not out of it yet but they are both looking for a first point at Russia 2018.

Poland were well beaten by Senegal, while Colombia can point to playing for 80-plus minutes with 10 men as reason for their loss to Japan.

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Both teams will have to go for it in Kazan in the 2am kick off and there’s not much to choose between the sides: Colombia are slight favourites at $2.3 with both Poland and a stalemate at $3.4.

See who comes out on top on the Now TV World Cup channels.