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World Cup Day 2: Time, TV Channels and How to Watch the World Cup Online

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Day two brings the first full day of action

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Three matches on the docket today, one that could possibly feature Roma’s next offseason acquisition, Morocco’s Hakim Ziyech. Hopefully today’s actually will be a bit more balanced than yesterday’s opener between Russia and Saudi Arabia.

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Egypt v. Uruguay

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Time: 8 am EDT

Location: Stadion Central

Storyline: Can Mohamed Salah recover from a shoulder injury he sustained during the Champions League final to lead his nation over Luis Suarez and the rest of Uruguay?


Morocco v. Iran

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Time: 11:00 am EDT

Location: Stadion Krestovskyi

Storyline: Hakim Ziyech could make quite a name for himself with a strong showing on the global stage, his first task will be taming a relatively unknown and newly unbooted Iran side.


Portugal v. Spain

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Time: 2:00 pm EDT

Location: Olimpiyskiy Stadion Fisht

Storyline: This is by far the match of the day, as two traditional European powers will look to gain an early advantage in group play. Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t missing much from his resume, save for that Jules Rimet trophy.