Russia FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule

World Cup Russia 2018 schedule and fixtures .

The first round matches start from 14th June to 28th June 2017. The first round schedule will be announced in the coming days. 32 teams will compete in World Cup 2018. Let’s check out complete fixtures below.

First-round matches: 14th to 28th June 2018

Round of 16 Matches: 30th to 3rd July 2018

Quarter Final Dates: 6th to7th July 2018

FIFA World Cup Semi Final matches: 10th and 11th July 2018

Losers final: 14th July 2018

World Cup Russia Final 2018: 15th July 2018

 

Group A: Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay

Group B: Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran

Group C: France, Australia, Peru, Denmark

Group D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria

Group E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia

Group F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea

Group G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England

Group H: Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan

Each team will play three games. Russia will face Saudi Arabia in the opening thriller. Let’s check out the full schedule for 2018 Russia World Cup below.

Group A
14/06/2018 16:00 Russia vs Saudi Arabia  
15/06/2018 13:00 Egypt vs Uruguay
19/06/2018 19:00 Russia vs Egypt
20/06/2018 16:00 Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia
25/06/2018 15:00 Uruguay vs Russia
15:00 Saudi Arabia vs Egypt
Group B
15/06/2018 16:00 Morocco vs Iran
19:00 Portugal vs Spain
20/06/2018 13:00 Portugal vs Morocco
19:00 Iran vs Spain
25/06/2018 19:00 Spain vs Morocco
19:00 Iran vs Portugal
Group C
16/06/2018 11:00 France vs Australia
17:00 Peru vs Denmark
21/06/2018 13:00 France vs Peru
16:00 Denmark vs Australia
26/06/2018 15:00 Denmark vs France
15:00 Australia vs Peru
Group D
16/06/2018 14:00 Argentina vs Iceland
20:00 Croatia vs Nigeria
21/06/2018 19:00 Argentina vs Croatia
22/06/2018 16:00 Nigeria vs Iceland
26/06/2018 19:00 Iceland vs Croatia
19:00 Nigeria vs Argentina
Group E
17/06/2018 13:00 Costa Rica vs Serbia
19:00 Brazil vs Switzerland
22/06/2018 13:00 Brazil vs Costa Rica
19:00 Serbia vs Switzerland
27/06/2018 19:00 Serbia vs Brazil
19:00 Switzerland vs Costa Rica
Group F
17/06/2018 16:00 Germany vs Mexico
18/06/2018 13:00 Sweden vs South Korea
23/06/2018 16:00 Germany vs Sweden
19:00 South Korea vs Mexico
27/06/2018 15:00 Mexico vs Sweden
15:00 South Korea vs Germany
Group G
18/06/2018 16:00 Belgium vs Panama
19:00 Tunisia vs England
23/06/2018 13:00 Belgium vs Tunisia
24/06/2018 13:00 England vs Panama
28/06/2018 19:00 England vs Belgium
19:00 Panama vs Tunisia
Group H
19/06/2018 13:00 Poland vs Senegal
16:00 Colombia vs Japan
24/06/2018 16:00 Japan vs Senegal
19:00 Poland vs Colombia
28/06/2018 15:00 Senegal vs Colombia
15:00 Japan vs Poland

Russia is all set to host the blockbuster event in 12 stadiums across 11 cities. The preparations have reached their peak and its now almost time to drop the curtains down. Nothing is more exciting to a football fan than the prospect of a FIFA World Cup. The draw for the confirmation of groups and fixtures is still a month away now but we’ve got you an early schedule for the tournament.

World Cup 2018, Russia vs Saudi Arabia Squads 14 June, 2018

World Cup 2018, Russia vs Saudi Arabia Squads

Saudi Arabia

Goalkeepers: Mohammed Al Owais (Al Ahli), Yasser Al Mosailem (Al Ahli), Abdullah Al Mayouf (Al Hilal).

Defenders: Mansoor Al Harbi (Al Ahli), Yasser Al Shahrani (Al Hilal) Mohammed Al Breik (Al Hilal), Motaz Hawsawi (Al Ahli), Osama Hawsawi (Al Hilal), Omar Hawsawi (Al Nassr), Ali Al Bulaihi (Al Hilal).

Midfielders: Abdullah Al Khaibari (Al Shabab), Abdulmalek Al Khaibri (Al Hilal), Abdullah Otayf (Al Hilal), Taiseer Al Jassim (Al Ahli), Houssain Al Mogahwi (Al Ahli), Salman Al Faraj, Mohamed Kanno (both Al Hilal), Hattan Bahebri (Al Shabab), Salem Al Dawsari (Al Hilal), Yahya Al Shehri (Al Nassr), Fahad Al Muwallad (Al Ittihad)

Forwards: Mohammad Al Sahlawi (Al Nassr), Muhannad Assiri (Al Ahli)

Russia

Goalkeepers: Igor Akinfeev (CSKA Moscow), Vladimir Gabulov (Brugge), Andrei Lunyov (Zenit St. Petersburg).

Defenders: Mario Fernandes (CSKA Moscow), Vladimir Granat (Rubin Kazan), Sergei Ignashevich (CSKA Moscow), Fyodor Kudryashov (Rubin Kazan), Ilya Kutepov (Spartak Moscow), Andrei Semyonov (Akhmat Grozny), Igor Smolnikov (Zenit St. Petersburg).

Midfielders: Denis Cheryshev (Villarreal), Alan Dzagoev (CSKA Moscow), Yuri Gazinsky (FC Krasnodar), Alexander Golovin (CSKA Moscow), Daler Kuzyaev (Zenit St. Petersburg), Anton Miranchuk (Lokomotiv Moscow), Alexander Samedov (Spartak Moscow), Alexander Yerokhin (Zenit St. Petersburg), Yuri Zhirkov (Zenit St. Petersburg), Roman Zobnin (Spartak Moscow).

Forwards: Artyom Dzyuba (Arsenal Tula), Alexei Miranchuk (Lokomotiv Moscow), Fyodor Smolov (FC Krasnodar).

Icc West Indies v Sri Lanka 2018 – 2nd Test – Thu 14 June,2018 – Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, West Indies

  West Indies v  Sri Lanka 2018 – 2nd Test – Thu 14 June,2018 – Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium, Gros Islet, West Indies

 

 Windies Squad

    • Jason Holder CPT
    • Devendra Bishoo
    • Kraigg Brathwaite
    • Roston Chase
    • Miguel Cummins
    • Shane Dowrich WKT
    • Shannon Gabriel
    • Jahmar Hamilton
    • Shimron Hetmyer
    • Shai Hope
    • Kieran Powell
    • Kemar Roach
    • Devon Smith

 Sri Lanka Squad

    • Dinesh Chandimal CPT
    • Akila Dananjaya
    • Dhananjaya de Silva
    • Niroshan Dickwella WKT
    • Asitha Fernando
    • Lahiru Gamage
    • Rangana Herath
    • Lahiru Kumara
    • Suranga Lakmal
    • Angelo Mathews
    • Kusal Mendis
    • Dilruwan Perera
    • Kusal Perera
    • Kasun Rajitha
    • Roshen Silva
    • Mahela Udawatte
    • Jeffrey Vandersay

 

Icc India v Afghanistan 2018 – Only Test – Thu 14 June,2018 – M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India

 India v  Afghanistan 2018 – Only Test – Thu 14 June 2018 – M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India

 India Squad

    • Ajinkya Rahane CPT
    • Ravichandran Ashwin
    • Shikhar Dhawan
    • Ravindra Jadeja
    • Dinesh Karthik WKT
    • Karun Nair
    • Hardik Pandya
    • Cheteshwar Pujara
    • Lokesh Rahul
    • Navdeep Saini
    • Ishant Sharma
    • Shardul Thakur
    • Murali Vijay
    • Umesh Yadav
    • Kuldeep Yadav

 Afghanistan Squad

    • Asghar Stanikzai CPT
    • Javed Ahmadi
    • Yamin Ahmadzai
    • Amir Hamza
    • Ihsanullah
    • Nasir Jamal
    • Rashid Khan
    • Zahir Khan
    • Mohammad Nabi
    • Rahmat Shah
    • Hashmatullah Shahidi
    • Mohammad Shahzad WKT
    • Sayed Shirzad
    • Mujeeb Ur Rahman
    • Wafadar
    • Afsar Zazai

Icc Netherlands vs Ireland Tri Series 2018 – t20-2 Wed 13 June, 2018 – Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, Netherlands

  Netherlands vs  Ireland Tri Series 2018 – t20-2 Wed 13 June, 2018 – Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, Netherlands

 

 Netherlands Squad

    • Pieter Seelaar CPT
    • Wesley Barresi WKT
    • Ben Cooper
    • Bas de Leede
    • Scott Edwards
    • Fred Klaassen
    • Max O’Dowd
    • Shane Snater
    • Timm van der Gugten
    • Roelof van der Merwe
    • Paul van Meekeren
    • Tobias Visee
    • Sikander Zulfiqar
    • Saqib Zulfiqar

 Ireland Squad

    • Gary Wilson CPT WKT
    • Andrew Balbirnie
    • Peter Chase
    • George Dockrell
    • Barry McCarthy
    • Kevin O’Brien
    • William Porterfield
    • Stuart Poynter
    • Boyd Rankin
    • James Shannon
    • Simi Singh
    • Paul Stirling
    • Stuart Thompson
    • Craig Young

Icc Scotland v Pakistan 2018 – 2nd Twenty20 – The Grange, Edinburgh, Scotland

 Scotland v  Pakistan 2018 – 2nd Twenty20 – The Grange, Edinburgh, Scotland

 Scotland Squad

    • Kyle Coetzer CPT
    • Richie Berrington
    • Dylan Budge
    • Matthew Cross WKT
    • Alasdair Evans
    • Michael Leask
    • Calum MacLeod
    • George Munsey
    • Safyaan Sharif
    • Chris Sole
    • Hamza Tahir
    • Craig Wallace
    • Mark Watt
    • Brad Wheal
    • Stuart Whittingham

 Pakistan Squad

    • Sarfraz Ahmed CPT WKT
    • Shaheen Afridi
    • Hassan Ali
    • Asif Ali
    • Rahat Ali
    • Mohammad Amir
    • Fahim Ashraf
    • Shadab Khan
    • Shoaib Malik
    • Mohammad Nawaz
    • Ahmed Shehzad
    • Haris Sohail
    • Hussain Talat
    • Fakhar Zaman

England v Australia 2018 – 1st ODI Wed 13 June, 2018 – The Oval, London, England

 England v Australia  2018 – 1st ODI Wed 13 June 2018 – The Oval, London, England

 England Squad

    • Eoin Morgan CPT
    • Moeen Ali
    • Jonny Bairstow
    • Jake Ball
    • Sam Billings
    • Jos Buttler WKT
    • Tom Curran
    • Alex Hales
    • Liam Plunkett
    • Adil Rashid
    • Joe Root
    • Jason Roy
    • Ben Stokes
    • David Willey
    • Chris Woakes
    • Mark Wood

 Australia Squad

    • Tim Paine CPT WKT
    • Ashton Agar
    • Alex Carey
    • Aaron Finch
    • Travis Head
    • Nathan Lyon
    • Shaun Marsh
    • Glenn Maxwell
    • Michael Neser
    • Jhye Richardson
    • Kane Richardson
    • D’Arcy Short
    • Billy Stanlake
    • Marcus Stoinis
    • Andrew Tye

Netherlands Vs Ireland Tri Series 2018 – Tue 12 June, 2018 – Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Netherlands Vs Ireland Tri Series 2018 – Tue 12 June, 2018 – Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Netherlands win by 4 runs

 Netherlands – 144 19.5/20 ov RR: 7.26

 Ireland – 140/8 20/20 ov RR: 7.00

 

 Netherlands Batting

Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR
Tobias Visee c James Shannon b Barry McCarthy 15 8 3 0 187.50
Max O’Dowd run out Simi Singh 20 14 3 0 142.85
Ben Cooper c Stuart Poynter b Stuart Thompson 14 12 1 1 116.66
Saqib Zulfiqar b George Dockrell 1 5 0 0 20.00
Bas de Leede b Barry McCarthy 33 35 3 0 94.28
Pieter Seelaar CPT c Paul Stirling b Simi Singh 36 28 4 0 128.57
Sikander Zulfiqar lbw Barry McCarthy 1 4 0 0 25.00
Scott Edwards WKT c William Porterfield b Simi Singh 6 7 0 0 85.71
Shane Snater run out George Dockrell 2 2 0 0 100.00
Fred Klaassen NOT OUT 1 1 0 0 100.00
Paul van Meekeren c Stuart Thompson b Simi Singh 4 3 0 0 133.33
Extras (w 5, b 1, lb 5) 11
Total (all out19.5 overs) 144
Fall of wickets
27-1 (T Visee, 2.3 ov), 46-2 (B Cooper, 5.1 ov), 52-3 (M O’Dowd, 6.1 ov), 52-4 (M S Zulfiqar, 6.3 ov), 116-5 (P Seelaar, 15.3 ov), 117-6 (S Zulfiqar, 16.1 ov), 136-7 (B de Leede, 18.3 ov), 139-8 (S Snater, 18.6 ov), 139-9 (S Edwards, 19.1 ov), 144-10 (P van Meekeren, 19.5 ov)

 Ireland Bowling

Bowlers O M R W Econ
James Shannon 1 0 11 0 11.00
Craig Young 2 0 24 0 12.00
Barry McCarthy 4 0 26 3 6.50
George Dockrell 4 0 18 1 4.50
Stuart Thompson 4 0 27 1 6.75
Kevin O’Brien 1 0 9 0 9.00
Simi Singh 3.5 0 23 3 6.00

 Ireland Batting

Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR
Stuart Thompson c Scott Edwards b Shane Snater 15 11 1 1 136.36
Paul Stirling st Scott Edwards b Pieter Seelaar 17 23 1 1 73.91
William Porterfield c Ben Cooper b Fredrick Klaassen 2 4 0 0 50.00
Gary Wilson CPT b Pieter Seelaar 5 11 0 0 45.45
Kevin O’Brien c Pieter Seelaar b Paul van Meekeren 6 11 0 0 54.54
James Shannon c Pieter Seelaar b Shane Snater 5 5 1 0 100.00
Stuart Poynter WKT b Max O’Dowd 7 12 0 0 58.33
Simi Singh NOT OUT 57 29 4 3 196.55
George Dockrell c Shane Snater b Pieter Seelaar 9 10 0 0 90.00
Barry McCarthy NOT OUT 11 6 0 1 183.33
Craig Young
Extras (nb 2, w 4) 6
Total (8 wickets, 20 overs) 140
Fall of wickets
18-1 (S Thompson, 2.3 ov), 21-2 (W Porterfield, 4.2 ov), 38-3 (P Stirling, 6.6 ov), 45-4 (G Wilson, 8.6 ov), 47-5 (K O’Brien, 9.5 ov), 55-6 (J Shannon, 11.2 ov), 63-7 (S Poynter, 13.1 ov), 96-8 (G Dockrell, 16.4 ov)

 Netherlands Bowling

Bowlers O M R W Econ
Pieter Seelaar 4 0 25 3 6.25
Fred Klaassen 4 0 38 1 9.50
Shane Snater 4 0 25 2 6.25
Paul van Meekeren 4 0 20 1 5.00
Saqib Zulfiqar 3 0 22 0 7.33
Max O’Dowd 1 0 10 1 10.00

Scotland v Pakistan 2018 – 1st Twenty20 Tue 12 June, 2018 – The Grange, Edinburgh, Scotland

Scotland v Pakistan 2018 – 1st Twenty20 Tue 12 June, 2018 – The Grange, Edinburgh, Scotland

Pakistan won by 51 runs

 Scotland – 153/6 20/20 ov RR: 7.65

 Pakistan – 204/4 20/20 ov RR: 10.20

 

 Pakistan Batting

More Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR
Fakhar Zaman c Matthew Cross b Alasdair Evans 21 15 2 1 140.00
Ahmed Shehzad c Richie Berrington b Alasdair Evans 14 12 2 0 116.66
Hussain Talat c Hamza Tahir b Richie Berrington 18 16 2 0 112.50
Sarfraz Ahmed CPT WKT NOT OUT 89 49 10 3 181.63
Shoaib Malik c Michael Leask b Alasdair Evans 53 27 0 5 196.29
Asif Ali NOT OUT 1 1 0 0 100.00
Fahim Ashraf
Shadab Khan
Mohammad Nawaz
Hassan Ali
Mohammad Amir
Extras (w 4, lb 4) 8
Total (4 wickets, 20 overs) 204
Fall of wickets
1-33 (A Shehzad, 3.4 ov), 2-46 (F Zaman, 5.2 ov), 3-87 (H Talat, 10.4 ov), 4-183 (S Malik, 18.5 ov)

 Scotland Bowling

More Bowlers O M R W Econ Dots
Safyaan Sharif 4 0 43 0 10.75 4
Mark Watt 4 0 42 0 10.50 6
Hamza Tahir 4 0 57 0 14.25 2
Alasdair Evans 4 0 23 3 5.75 10
Michael Leask 1 0 6 0 6.00 1
Richie Berrington 3 0 29 1 9.66 4

 Scotland Batting

More Batsmen R B 4s 6s SR
Kyle Coetzer CPT c Asif Ali b Mohammad Nawaz 31 18 4 1 172.22
George Munsey c Sarfraz Ahmed b Hassan Ali 24 21 2 1 114.28
Richie Berrington b Shadab Khan 3 7 0 0 42.85
Calum MacLeod lbw Shadab Khan 12 15 1 0 80.00
Dylan Budge c Fahim Ashraf b Mohammad Amir 24 21 0 2 114.28
Michael Leask NOT OUT 36 22 3 2 163.63
Matthew Cross WKT c Shoaib Malik b Hassan Ali 13 10 2 0 130.00
Safyaan Sharif NOT OUT 3 4 0 0 75.00
Alasdair Evans
Mark Watt
Hamza Tahir
Extras (nb 1, w 2, lb 4) 7
Total (6 wickets, 20 overs) 153
Fall of wickets
1-52 (G Munsey, 5.1 ov), 2-62 (R Berrington, 7.1 ov), 3-68 (K Coetzer, 8.6 ov), 4-81 (C MacLeod, 11.3 ov), 5-106 (D Budge, 15.1 ov), 6-148 (M Cross, 18.4 ov)

 Pakistan Bowling

More Bowlers O M R W Econ Dots
Mohammad Nawaz 4 0 21 1 5.25 10
Mohammad Amir 4 0 44 1 11.00 5
Hassan Ali 4 0 32 2 8.00 9
Fahim Ashraf 3 0 23 0 7.66 7
Shadab Khan 4 0 25 2 6.25 8
Hussain Talat 1 0 4 0 4.00 2