Sweden vs South Korea

Sweden will be playing their first FIFA World Cup since Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s retirement, and his gaping void needs to be filled. The team will be charged up to show that they never were a one-man team.

When: June 18th, 5:30 PM IST

Where: Nizhny Novgorod Stadium

South Korea’s best finish in this tournament came when they hosted it in 2002. They have a youthful squad this time out and inform strikers. Their midfield is compact as well, and their style of play will help this game be a treat to witness.

Where to Watch Sweden vs South Korea?

You can catch the encounter Sweden vs South Korea live on the Sony Liv app and Sony TEN network.

Belgium vs Panama

Belgium has one of the finest squads in world football, but they have failed to put it together at international competitions. This time out, the players are more mature and would want to prove they have learnt from their mistakes.

When: June 18th, 8:30 PM IST

Where: Fisht Stadium

Panama, on the other hand, is making their debut at the FIFA World Cup. The team had to take 11 tries to achieve this feat and would want to take part in this footballing bonanza in a flashy fashion.

Where to Watch Belgium vs Panama?

You can catch the encounter Belgium vs Panama live on the Sony Liv app and Sony TEN network.

England vs Tunisia

The English have taken a completely rejuvenated and an in-form squad to Russia. They have a breed of young hungry ‘Lions’ who want to prove their doubters wrong once and for all.

When: June 18th, 11:30 AM IST

Where: Volvograd Arena

Tunisia is one of the five African countries who has made their way to the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. The team has shown the grit and determination to never go down and this encounter with their opponents might become a feisty affair in the dying minutes.

Where to Watch England vs Tunisia?

You can catch the encounter England vs Tunisia live on the Sony Liv app and Sony TEN network.