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Groups E and F to provide the agony and ecstasy on Wednesday as holders Germany look to book their place in the knockout stage
My word what a World Cup we’re enjoying, as long as we never talk about France v Denmark ever again, that is.
Wednesday promises to be no exception as seven of the eight teams involved could go through.
Only Costa Rica are already out but they can salvage some pride if they get off the mark as they are the only team not to have scored at Russia 2018.
Group F gets us started and all four teams are still in with a shout of the last 16. Mexico are through with a draw but a win over Sweden gives them top spot and a 100 per cent record. Sweden need to win and make sure that they better whatever the Germans do against South Korea.
The holders are through if they at least match the Swedes while South Korea can defy the odds if they beat Germany by at least two and Sweden also lose.
Germany are favourites to win that ($1.22), with the draw at $8 and what would be a shock victory for the Koreans at HK$19.
The games kick off at 10pm and you can see them on the Now TV World Cup channels (618 and 619).
The night is rounded off with Switzerland taking on Costa Rica in Nizhny Novgorod. The Swiss are through with a win ($1.89) or draw ($3.7) and even a loss ($7) if Serbia also lose.
They play Brazil in Moscow’s Spartak Stadium. A win ($1.55) or draw ($4.55) sees Brazil through while Serbia need to win ($9.8) and see Switzerland are beaten by a couple of goals.
Those games kick off at 2am and are live and exclusive on Now TV’s World Cup channels.