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World Cup Gamethread: Poland vs Colombia

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James Rodriguez and Robert Lewandowski square off on opposite sides of the pitch, and both their teams are in desperate need of a victory to keep their World Cup dreams alive.

Poland v Colombia: Group H - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

England vs Panama — Group G

England can wrap up Group G with a victory here. With Belgium sitting on six points already, England will also be on six points if they beat Panama. However, we don’t want that. We want chaos. We here at BFW are rooting for a Panama win, so all four teams are still in play on the final matchday. That’s what we all want, right?

Location: Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

Time: 3:00 pm local time, 8:00 am EST

TV/Streaming: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo or find your country


Japan vs Senegal — Group H

Japan and Senegal pulled off upsets in their first group stage matches, and now both countries are sitting in the driver seat to qualify for the knockout rounds. If one of them can snag a win here, they will nearly guarantee themselves a spot beyond the group stage. I still can’t believe it.

Location: Kazan Arena, Kazan, Russia

Time: 6:00 pm local time, 11:00 am EST

TV/Streaming: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo or find your country


Poland vs Colombia — Group H

This is such a mega important match for both teams. Poland and Colombia came into this group expecting to be the top two teams, but after matchday one, they are both on zero points while Japan and Senegal are on three. If there’s a winner in this match, the loser can basically write off any hopes of qualifying for the knockout round. Can you believe it?

Location: Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Time: 9:00 pm local time, 2:00 pm EST

TV/Streaming: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo or find your country


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