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Three Lions face Belgium for top spot in group G, while three teams could still make it through from group H, including Asia’s and Africa’s first this year

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 28 June, 2018, 8:03am
UPDATED : Thursday, 28 June, 2018, 10:38am

We are down to the last two groups tonight when G and H are decided and the final four teams of the Russia 2018 World Cup last 16 go through.

There have been shocks – holders Germany going home early being the biggest – and there are likely to be more.

Not in group G where England and Belgium are already through, but even there the top two need to decide who goes through in top spot.

Before that though there is the drama of three going into two in group H.

Japan are top and need just a point ($3.3) against already eliminated Poland to make sure they are the only Asian side to have a shot at glory.

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Japan are slight favourites ($2.7) over the misfiring Europeans ($2.9) in Volgograd.

In Samara, Senegal v Colombia is a winner-takes-all affair but the Africans ($4.75) only need a draw ($3.75) against the South Americans ($2) to keep their run in Russia going and become the continent’s only representative in the last 16.

The games kick off at 10pm, only on Now TV’s World Cup channels (618 and 619).

England play Belgium for top spot and at least one team will make changes.

Winner plays second of the earlier group so there could be mind games in this last meaningful match of the groups.

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While all eyes are on Kaliningrad, there is pride at stake between Tunisia and Panama in Saransk.

The debutants are unfancied ($4.5) but Tunisia are not great favourites to get their first win ($2.3). The draw is $3.8.

The group G games kick off at 2am and are only on Now TV’s World Cup channels.

There are no games on Friday but we are back with the business end of the Russia 2018 World Cup on Saturday.