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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    If the Canadians/ Yanks/Scottish/ Welsh/ Irish//Italians and mixtures thereof could please vacate this thread and find a more rewarding hobby for the next few months
    That’d be great.
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    Supporting Abe but wishing the shirtlifters lots of luck, break a leg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    Heh...Written by a man or woman?...
    Surely it should be "the advice is to treat the woman in front of you as if you have something of value"....

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    Would rather have Shelvey in there than Delph.

    Against all expectations, Rafa seems to have helped Shelvey finally make contact with his brain.

    For those last twenty minutes he'd be good to bring on to make that defence splitting pass for Vardy, Rashford or Sterling to run onto.

    OK, so he's no de Bruyne.

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    Who will win World Cup 2018? The favourites, outsiders, underdogs & latest odds


    The top challengers are usually understood, but there are always a few dark horses in the running for every major tournament


    The 21st edition of the World Cup kicks off in a month and some of the best players in world football will grace the stage in Russia.
    With 32 teams taking part it can be difficult to predict a winner, but some teams are inevitably better equipped than others when it comes to personnel.
    However, at every major tournament there is always room for a dark horse to upset the established order.

    So who's the favourite to win the 2018 World Cup? Goal takes a look at the contenders for the highest prize in football.

    Favourites to win the 2018 World Cup


    Given the fact that they are the holders and recently won the Confederations Cup - with a second-string team, no less - Germany are considered one of the favourites to win the World Cup according to dabblebet. Joachim Low's side are rated 9/2 to emerge triumphant in Moscow on July 15.
    They will have to overcome Mexico, Sweden and South Korea to get out of their group and into the knock-out stage, but Low's men have consistently shown over the years that they have the nous to go deep into major tournaments.
    However, the Germans have been overtaken in the odds by Brazil as favourites to win the tournament with odds of 4/1 attached to the South American giants, despite doubts lingering over the fitness of their talisman Neymar. Tite's side finished comfortably top of the CONMEBOL qualification series, 10 points ahead of second-place Uruguay.
    It must be said that they have been handed a tough group to navigate first though. Serbia, Switzerland and Costa Rica are all hard-working and capable sides, so Brazil will not be expected to breeze through to the knock-out stage.

    The 2010 world champions Spain are not the same Furia Roja that dominated international football from 2008 to 2012, but, with players such as Sergio Ramos, Isco and Andres Iniesta at their disposal, they remain one of the most fearsome teams in the world.
    They may have crashed out at the group stage in 2014, but they are considered 11/2 bets to win in 2018. Spain have a fascinating group that will see them come up against Iberian rivals Portugal as well as Morocco and Iran, but they should have enough in the tank to finish in the top two.
    As well as Brazil, Germany and Spain, France are among the favourites to win the competition 10 years after their first and only triumph. It is not surprising to see Les Bleus so highly rated (13/2) considering that Didier Deschamps has an impressive pool of talent to draw from, which includes the likes of Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann.

    World Cup 2018 outsiders



    For years now pundits have observed that the only thing Lionel Messi needs to cement his status as the best player in football history is the World Cup. The Barcelona star was a beaten finalist in 2014 but the outlook does not look particularly good for 2018. Argentina's qualification campaign almost ended in disaster and they needed a moment of Messi magic in the last game to secure their place at the tournament.
    They are priced 9/1 to win the tournament, but they recently suffered a 6-1 hammering at the hands of Spain, which, while a friendly, simply does not bode well and they will have to emerge from a difficult group containing Croatia, Iceland and Nigeria.
    European champions Portugal have not been given much of a chance by bookmakers at 25/1 but it would be foolish to disregard the Cristiano Ronaldo factor. The Real Madrid man has finally rediscovered the kind of form that ensured a slew of accolades last season and he bagged a remarkable 15 goals in qualification.
    Fernando Santos' team is peppered with talented youngsters such as Andre Silva and Joao Cancelo, but they boast one of the best players of all time in Ronaldo and that is significant.
    Another outside bet for the 2018 World Cup is Belgium, whose 'Golden Generation' - including players like Kevind De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku - has now reached a level of maturity that should see them mount a serious challenge, something that is reflected in their price of 11/1.
    The Red Devils reached the quarter-finals of the 2014 World Cup and were knocked out at the same stage at Euro 2016, but they have enough talent in their ranks to warrant a better display in Russia. On paper, they have been given a relatively straightforward group, with England, Panama and Tunisia to top, and they will be eager to show that they're more than also-rans.

    World Cup 2018 underdogs



    Over the years England have had to contend with the pressure of expectation at successive World Cups, but that simply does not exist in 2018. In terms of star quality, Gareth Southgate's side is a far cry from the 'Golden Generation' that fell short in the 2000s and, rated 16/1 to win, they are genuine underdogs in Russia.
    As is customary, the Three Lions qualified for the tournament with ease and they have held their own in warm-up friendlies against Germany, Brazil, the Netherlands and Italy. With no weight of expectation to carry, England could well thrive.
    Two-time world champions Uruguay are another team who can be considered underdogs (28/1) at the 2018 World Cup, but they have shown that they can mount a challenge for honours. As well as winning early editions, the Celestehave finished fourth on three occasions.
    They finished second to Brazil in CONMEBOL qualifying - ahead of Argentina - and the fact that they possess some of the best strikers in world football in Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani is a massive boost.
    Croatia finished third at the World Cup in France 10 years ago but they have failed to replicate the same level of success since. Crashing out at the group stage in 2002, 2006 and 2014, their status as potential challengers is also undermined by the fact that they needed to qualify via the play-offs after being pipped by Iceland in their group.
    However, with Real Madrid's Luka Modric and Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic in their ranks, they boast the kind of talent other nations envy. Despite that, they are certainly underdogs and are considered a 33/1 bet to win.

    World Cup 2018 long-shots



    Every four years it seems that at least one team emerges from nowhere to qualify for the knock-out stages, inflicting upsets along the way. Senegal helped knock out the holders France in 2002, reaching the quarter-finals, and of the African teams involved they are deemed the most likely to make their mark in Russia at 150/1.
    Seven-time Africa Cup of Nations winners Egypt (150/1) are the most successful African nation, but they have failed to make an impact on the world stage. However, in 2018 they will have the star quality of Mohamed Salah, whose ability can help spur them on.
    Out of 20 editions thus far, the World Cup has been won by tournament hosts on six occasions, but the 2018 hosts Russia are very much long-shots. They struggled at the Confederations Cup last year, going out at the group stage, and have not won any of their last five friendly games.
    However, despite their dismal form, the weight of history dictates that bookmakers believe there is a slight chance (40/1) they will be inspired by the home support sufficiently to mount a challenge.

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    Denmark needed a play-off to qualify for the World Cup, but they have a talented squad that includes Tottenham star Christian Eriksen and will hope to reach the knock-out stage at least. They are 80/1 to go all the way.
    Iceland are competiting in the World Cup for the first time in history but their chances are not rated highly at 200/1, while another first-time participant, Panama, have even less of a chance at 1000/1.
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    Most games afternoon or night in LOS
    If you want English commentary will be on my sources including BBC

    All live World Cup 2018 matches on UK TV


    Thursday June 14, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Russa vs Saudi Arabia Group A 16:00 ITV
    Friday June 15, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Egypt vs Uruguay Group A 13:00 BBC One
    Morocco vs Iran Group B 16:00 ITV
    Portugal vs Spain Group B 19:00 BBC One
    Saturday June 16, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    France vs Australia Group C 11:00 BBC One
    Argentina vs Iceland Group D 14:00 ITV
    Peru vs Denmark Group C 17:00 BBC One
    Croatia vs Nigeria Group D 20:00 ITV
    Sunday, June 17, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Costa Rica vs Serbia Group E 13:00 ITV
    Germany vs Mexico Group F 16:00 BBC One
    Brazil vs Switzerland Group E 19:00 ITV
    Monday June 18, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Sweden vs South Korea Group F 13:00 ITV
    Belgium vs Panama Group G 16:00 BBC One
    Tunisia vs England Group G 19:00 BBC One
    Tuesday June 19, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Colombia vs Japan Group H 13:00 BBC One
    Poland vs Senegal Group H 16:00 ITV
    Russia vs Egypt Group A 19:00 BBC One
    Wednesday June 20, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Portugal vs Morocco Group B 13:00 BBC One
    Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia Group A 16:00 BBC One
    Iran vs Spain Group B 19:00 ITV
    Thursday June 21, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Denmark vs Australia Group C 13:00 ITV
    France vs Peru Group C 16:00 ITV
    Argentina vs Croatia Group D 19:00 BBC One
    Friday June 22, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Brazil vs Costa Rica Group E 13:00 ITV
    Nigeria vs Iceland Group D 16:00 BBC One
    Serbia vs Switzerland Group E 19:00 BBC One
    Saturday June 23, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Belgium vs Tunisia Group G 13:00 BBC One
    South Korea vs Mexico Group F 16:00 ITV
    Germany vs Sweden Group F 19:00 ITV
    Sunday June 24, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    England vs Panama Group G 13:00 BBC One
    Japan vs Senegal Group H 16:00 BBC One
    Poland vs Colombia Group H 19:00 ITV
    Monday June 25, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Uruguay vs Russia Group A 15:00 ITV
    Saudi Arabia vs Egypt Group A 15:00 ITV 4
    Iran vs Portugal Group B 19:00 BBC (TBC)
    Spain vs Morocco Group B 19:00 BBC (TBC)
    Tuesday June 26, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Denmark vs France Group C 15:00 ITV
    Australia vs Peru Group C 15:00 ITV 4
    Nigeria vs Argentina Group D 19:00 BBC (TBC)
    Iceland vs Croatia Group D 19:00 BBC (TBC)
    Wednesday June 27, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    South Korea vs Germany Group F 15:00 BBC (TBC)
    Mexico vs Sweden Group F 15:00 BBC (TBC)
    Serbia vs Brazil Group E 19:00 ITV
    Switzerland vs Costa Rica Group E 19:00 ITV 4
    Thursday June 28, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Japan vs Poland Group H 15:00 BBC (TBC)
    Senegal vs Colombia Group H 15:00 BBC (TBC)
    England vs Belgium Group G 19:00 ITV
    Panama vs Tunisia Group G 19:00 ITV 4
    Saturday June 30, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Group C winner vs Group D runner-up Round of 16 15:00 TBC
    Group A winner vs Group B runner-up Round of 16 19:00 TBC
    Sunday July 1, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Group B winner vs Group A runner-up Round of 16 15:00 TBC
    Group D winner vs Group C runner-up Round of 16 19:00 TBC
    Monday July 2, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Group E winner vs Group F runner-up Round of 16 15:00 TBC
    Group G winner vs Group H runner-up Round of 16 19:00 TBC
    Tuesday July 3, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Group F winner vs Group E runner-up Round of 16 15:00 TBC
    Group H winner vs Group G runner-up Round of 16 19:00 TBC
    Friday July 6, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Quarter-finalist 1 vs Quarter-finalist 2 Quarter-finals 15:00 TBC
    Quarter-finalist 5 vs Quarter-finalist 6 Quarter-finals 19:00 TBC
    Saturday July 7, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Quarter-finalist 7 vs Quarter-finalist 8 Quarter-finals 13:00 TBC
    Quarter-finalist 3 vs Quarter-finalist 4 Quarter-finals 19:00 TBC
    Tuesday July 10, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Semi-finalist 1 vs Semi-finalist 2 Semi-finals 19:00 TBC
    Wednesday July 11, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Semi-finalist 3 vs Semi-finalist 4 Semi-finals 19:00 TBC
    Saturday July 14, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Semi-final 1 loser vs Semi-final 2 loser Third-place play-off 15:00 TBC
    Sunday July 15, 2018

    Match Group / stage Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Semi-final 1 winner vs Semi-final 2 winner Final 16:00 BBC One / ITV

    England World Cup 2018 matches on UK TV



    England have been drawn in Group G at the World Cup alongside Belgium, Tunisia and Panama. Their games will be shown live on TV on both BBC and ITV.
    Gareth Southgate's side get started on June 18 when they face Tunisia at the Volgograd Arena and that game can be watched live on BBC One.
    After that, the Three Lions take on World Cup new-comers Panama on June 24, a game that is also being shown live on television on BBC One.
    England's final game in Group G is scheduled for June 28 and they switch channel for that match, with ITV broadcasting it live on TV.
    Those games can also be streamed live online using either the BBC iPlayer or the ITV Player services.
    Match Stage Date / Kick-off time (BST) Channel
    Tunisia vs England Group G Jun 18 / 19:00 BBC One
    England vs Panama Group G Jun 24 / 13:00 BBC One
    England vs Belgium Group G Jun 28 / 19:00 ITV

    How to watch the 2018 World Cup final on TV



    The 2018 World Cup final is set to take place on Sunday, July 15 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
    It is scheduled to kick off at 16:00 BST (18:00 local time) and it can be watched live on TV on both BBC One and ITV.
    The World Cup final will also be available to stream live online using both those broadcasters' live-streaming services - the BBC iPlayer and ITV Player.

    Who will be the pundits for the World Cup?


    The BBC have announced that they will televise 33 games, including England's two opening group stage matches against Tunisia and Panama. Former England internationals Frank Lampard and Rio Ferdinand will form the helm of the BBC punditry team in Russia, while Jurgen Klinsmann, Didier Drogba and Pablo Zabaleta will also be involved.
    With Gary Lineker leading the coverage, a host of former England players such as Danny Murphy, Alan Shearer, Phil Neville, Jermaine Jenas, Martin Keown – as well as former Lioness Alex Scott and Gabby Logan – will also be among BBC pundits.

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    ITV, who will televise 23 World Cup fixtures, have revealed that their punditry team will be led by Gary Neville alongside regulars Ryan Giggs, Roy Keane, Ian Wright and Lee Dixon.
    England striker Eniola Aluko will also provide analysis, as well as former French international Patrice Evra, Sweden player Henrik Larsson, Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill, ex-Croatia and West Ham boss Slaven Bilic, and referee Mark Clattenburg.
    The 2018 World Cup final is set to take place on Sunday, July 15 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    Most games afternoon or night in LOS
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    all of the first games of the day bar one are at 7pm, or Evening

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ?

    all of the first games of the day bar one are at 7pm, or Evening
    Aussies come early, more time for the piss, Australias match I think 3pm in Bangkok as I'll be watching Europe I hope FIFA fans can update n Thai time, as Harry siad there's loadsa ways to watch the game in Kazan which I think is on Moscow time will be at lunchtime in Copenhagen.

    If you wish to greet the England team , if they start jogging an honorable withdrawl from Kaliningrad should get em to the adjacent Polski Sklep 29th across Krautland and the low life in time to watch the Master race raise the trophy on July 15, If they sell their strip they could all pile into a LADA

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    There are games from 17:00 Thailand time to 02:00.

    If this link works it should have all KO's in GMT+7.

    *** LJs LiveOnSat Football / Soccer Schedules on TV

    Two of the England games are at 01:00 and one at 19:00.

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    Get onit like a car bonnet for England, even Prince Harry has forgone his nuptuals to meet Punty on the piss in Russia


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    Nothing against him personally, but strikers should not be captain.

    Silly fucking decision.



    Striker Harry Kane will captain England at the World Cup in Russia, manager Gareth Southgate has announced.


    Kane, 24, scored 41 goals in all competitions last season as Tottenham finished third in the Premier League.


    Spurs team-mate Eric Dier and Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson have also skippered England recently.


    "Harry has some outstanding personal qualities," said Southgate, who told the England squad during a meeting at St George's Park on Monday night.


    Kane first captained England in last summer's 2-2 World Cup qualifier in Scotland, where he scored a late equaliser, before going on to wear the armband on a further three occasions.


    "I'm so excited for the World Cup, I can't wait to be there and experience it," he said.


    "To lead the lads out, it's going to be special."

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    Did Serbia make the World Cup?

    These guys could lead the party



    Serbian soccer team Red Star Belgrade set fire to their own team bus during a victory parade


    Red Star Belgrade's open-top team bus had to be abandoned when a flare held by a player set it on fire.


    Celebrations of Red Star Belgrade's 28th league title win got out of hand this weekend.
    One of the players on an open-top bus snaking through the city unwittingly set an oil spill alight, sparking a fire that dramatically
    engulfed the vehicle, forcing the team on to the streets among thousands of fans, while fire crews tackled the blaze.


    Never, at any stage did it look like it could all go wrong

    If you just to see the fire ... about the 2.25 mark

    Serbian soccer team Red Star Belgrade set fire to their own team bus during victory parade - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
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    World Cup 2018: Gay football fans warned against holding hands in Russia due to safety concerns




    An increase in hate crimes

    In 2013, Russia introduced a "gay propaganda" law, which bans the "promotion of non-traditional sexual relationships" to children, and
    the effects of the law have been felt widely across the nation.

    Last year reports emerged suggesting at least 100 presumed gay men were detained and tortured in Chechnya.

    A recent study from the Russian based Centre for Independent Social Research found hate crimes against the LGBT+ community had
    doubled since the law came into effect.


    Homosexuality 'a western issue'

    President of the Russian LGBT Sport Federation, Aleksandr Agapov, said he doesn't believe there will be any issues for foreign fans.

    "LGBT people are presented as a western issue, as if there are no gays in Russia," he said.

    World Cup 2018: Gay football fans warned against holding hands in Russia due to safety concerns - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
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    ...^boycott the games. Russian authorities need to see that their anti-social and repressive behavior has consequences...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...^boycott the games. Russian authorities need to see that their anti-social and repressive behavior has consequences...
    A bit late for that call now.
    Shouldn't of been offered a host country from the start.

    Politics-n-all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    Shouldn't of been offered a host country from the start.
    ...amen...the consequences of taking Russian bribe money...

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    Theres enough pooves on the fuckin pitch.

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    I daren't think what they do to gays in Qatar.


    Edit:

    "Illegal. Sharia Law is applied"

    Oh well, at least it won't be too hot to play football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    boycott the games.
    Thats the faggots way out,lying down and taking it.

    You wanna get over there and invade the pitch, waving the gay rainbow flag furiously but camply, with a black rubber fist hanging out the back of you whilst chanting °We're here, we're queer, we take it up the rear"

    Billions around the world would be watching you become the gay version of Rosa Parks or more probably Rodney King

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    ^ Love to see that Tomcat go man go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    I daren't think what they do to gays in Qatar
    ...lived there for 3 years...you'd have to force authorities to arrest you...and then you'd have to be in drag with a beard swearing allegiance to a false god...not one of the many foreign or local gays I knew was ever harassed...except of course by police who weren't getting enough...
    Majestically enthroned amid the vulgar herd

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    A bit late for that call now.
    Shouldn't of been offered a host country from the start.

    Politics-n-all.
    FIFA-n-all.
    Nothing to do with politics.

    They paid good money for it.

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    I notice the Russian fans told England fans that they should prepare for "Hell".

    FFS, they've got to watch three England games, is that not punishment enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...amen...the consequences of taking Russian bribe money...
    I read that quickly as "...amen...the consequences of taking Russian bride money..."




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    Thats not amen thats awoman













    These are amen

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