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2018 World Cup draw results and full daily schedule

Stewart Robson feels England lucked out and got a fairly easy group that contains Belgium, Panama and Tunisia.
ESPN's Julien Laurens believes France will be very happy after drawing Australia, Peru and Denmark.

FIFA conducted the draw for the 2018 World Cup on Friday in Moscow.

The 32 qualified teams, allocated in four pots based on their October FIFA ranking, were drawn into eight groups of four teams each. Hosts Russia were automatically the top seed in Group A despite being the lowest-ranked team.

There could be no more than two teams from Europe in any one pot, and no more than one nation from any other continental confederation.

After playing each team in their group, the top two teams advance...

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England's Trent Alexander-Arnold cheering for Liverpool teammate Sadio Mane at World Cup

England's Trent Alexander-Arnold admitted Gareth Southgate hasn't decided the team to face Panama aimed reports of a leaked team sheet.

England right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold says he's cheering for Liverpool teammate Sadio Mane at this summer's World Cup.

England began their tournament with a last-gasp win over Tunisia on Monday, while Senegal edged Poland in their opener the following day.

Given their groupings, the two teams could be headed for a knockout-stage clash down the road and Alexander-Arnold said he's following Mane's path closely.

"I try to watch every one of my club-mates' games out here, I watched their...

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Women allowed in Iran stadium to watch World Cup match

Don Hutchison says while Spain narrowly defeated Iran, there was always going to be one winner in the match.
Spain managed to walk away with three points against Iran, but the FC crew explain how Iran managed to disrupt La Roja.
Diego Costa scored on a deflection to lift Spain past Iran, despite the best efforts of Carlos Queiroz's side to find an equaliser.

Women in Iran were permitted to enter a football stadium for the first time since 1979 as fans gathered to watch the national team play in the World Cup on Wednesday.

Religious leaders have prevented women from entering stadiums in Iran for decades, though there is no official law against their admittance.

But with the help of some moderate politicians, the rules were relaxed to allow men and women to watch Iran face Spain on video screens from inside the Azadi stadium in Tehran.

The event...