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UK’s Main Striker He is England national team’s captain and is considered UK Football’s man of the year with his Tottenham Hotspur and recent World Cup performances. Harry Kane is a 24-year-old main striker FIFA contending teams should keep an eye on for he’s a big threat, taking England by storm onwards the quarterfinals —…

Russia v Croatia – Fisht Stadium at 19:00 The Balkan nation is slated to fight the Russians in a quarter-final battle few would have seen coming. As it turns out, this World Cup edition is laden with great underdog stories probably more than any other that preceded it. Host nation Russia is the lowest-ranked team…

Colombia v England – Spartak Stadium at 19:00 The crunch clash is on this Tuesday for two driven teams and their face-off is wide open to any number of endings. Colombia have had a slow start in Russia but they have grown into the tournament. After loss to Japan in their opener, Colombia managed to…

We have witnessed numerous breathtaking moments so far at this year’s World Cup, from Cristiano Ronaldo’s opening performance against Spain, Croatia dismantling an out of sorts Argentinian side, Germany faltering in the group stage and hosts Russia delivering a knockout blow to the almighty Spain. Yet, France delivered potentially some of the most enthralling moment’s…

Brazil v Belgium – Kazan Arena at 19:00 Experienced rivals of almost 4 years in football competitions, Brazil and Belgium will take on another shot at defeating each other in order to move onwards the World Cup quarterfinals this coming Friday. This is after their recent impressive wins opposing contending teams: Belgium v Japan: 3-2…

The World Cup in Russia has provided us with some highly entertaining football and some nerve-wracking penalties, but the greatest gesture from FIFA is the day off on Wednesday so that the whole World can focus on a full Veikkausliiga matchday. VPS v TPS There are a few clubs that have been struggling with injuries…

Belgium v Japan – Rostov Arena at 19:00 West meets East in this interesting battle for a coveted spot in the quarter-finals. Belgium kept it at a hundred percent in the group games and hit all nine points. While Japan impressed in opener against Colombia, their last match against Poland was not to everyone’s taste….

Sweden produced a scintillating performance to dismantle a Mexican side, that possessed the potential to secure qualification as the number one seed in Group F. Yet due to the group dynamics and goal difference the Swede’s pipped Juan Carlos Osorio’s side to top spot. Consequently, the whole of Mexico held their breath as they awaited…

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