Watch Russia vs Saudi Arabia Live Streaming FIFA World Cup 2018. The final whistle is going to blow off on 14th June 2018, and the first match is between Group A Teams: Russia and Saudi Arabia. The will be held at Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, MC and as you know, it has a capacity of thousands of people at a single time.
The Russia vs. Saudi Arabia FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Streaming will be available online and offline. Sky sports network and Sony Network will show the live updates of the match. In case if you missed the live streaming of Russia vs. Saudi Arabia, you can find the highlights here.
HOW TO WATCH, STREAM 2018 WORLD CUP
Time: 16:00 CET, 11:00am EST, 08:00am Pacific.
Venue: Olympic Stadium, Moscow, Russia.
In the last five matches of FIFA World Cup Russia, the performance of the team is more or less okay. In the previous five games, Russia has won only one match which was against South Korea, and the final result was 4 – 2, Russia had 2 Draws and lost two games.
On the other hand, Saudi Arabia has the same results in the last five games. Saudi Arabia only won one match against Moldova from the margin of 3 – 0 and had lost two games, and two draws.
The FIFA World Cup 2018 winning rate of Russia vs. Saudi Arabia is 60 – 40 percent and it will be amazing to watch the first match because it will be thrilled with excitement. The last time Russia played the game against Saudi Arabia was in 1993. It was an international friendly match, and Saudi Arabia won that match by 4 – 2.
The Group A matches will be played from 14th June to 25th June 2018. The Group A has four teams, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Uruguay. According to the rules of FIFA, the best two teams from the top will qualify for the round 16 matches.
Group A has Uruguay, the only team which has won the Title of FIFA two times in the year 1930 and 1950. Russia once came at a fourth Place in the year 1966. It will be amazing to watch the most entertaining games and Live to a stream of FIFA games.
Russia vs Saudi Arabia Live Stream
You can watch every moment of Socceroos action in the 2018 soccer world cup in Russia plus every one of the most significant games that consist of the opening game, semi-finals & final, live, free of charge & in HD quality on SBS.
- All those who watch the opening game on SBS will have the privilege of hearing the exclusive commentary of Martin Tyler.
The opening game of World cup will be streamed online through the official website of Fox sports in the United States. If you are planning to watch Russia vs Saudi Arabia match live online from your PC or Mobile, use official channels like Fox, Sony, NBC etc. There are a lot of unofficial streams which comes with a lot of advertisements and lags.
Best official streams for the opening game
Here is the list of streaming channels to watch Russia vs Saudi Arabia Game 1 online.
- Fox Sports
- ESPN Free
Just use the official website of each channel above and watch the game without any issues.
Watch Russia vs Saudi Arabia Online
So get ready to watch the opening thriller between Russia and Saudi Arabia live streaming in HD quality Free here. You can find some best streams here. Foxsports will be officially streaming all World Cup matches including the opening ceremony.
Note: Streaming links will be updated five minutes before the game. So bookmark or save this page.
The opening game is also going to be live streamed on “World Game website” and the authorized “World Cup app.”
- Every Socceroos match
- The match of the day daily
- A couple of quarter-finals
- The semi-finals and the final
Next Matches (15th June 2018)
Egypt vs Uruguay
Morocco vs Iran
Portugal vs Spain
Let’s check out the full broadcast listing and TV channels to watch Russia vs Saudi Arabia game below.
United States: FOX Sports 1 USA
Spain: beiN Sports Spain
India: Sony Ten 2
Indonesia: beiN Sports 2 Indonesia
Germany: Sky Sport 1
Russia vs Saudi Arabia Schedule
The time, date and venue of the opening match of the 2018 world cup in Russia between Russia and Saudi Arabia are 4 pm GMT, the 14th Of June, and Luzhniki in Moscow.
Time, Date and Venue
|Match||Russia vs Saudi Arabia|
|Date||14th June 2018|
|Stadium||Luzhniki in Moscow|
|Competition||FIFA World Cup 2018|
|Kickoff time||4 pm GMT|
Predictions and chances
Saudi Arabia and Russia is a couple of lowest ranked sides now. Experts feel that this match will most likely decide who ranks third in the group as they feel that Uruguay’s coasting in this group with Egypt being a better side. However, at a stage like a soccer world cup one never knows.
While some experts say that Russia will beat Saudi Arabia, some say that this would be tough as Juan Antonio Pizzi of Saudi Arabia is an excellent coach.
The key figures of the both the teams
Russia’s chances of doing well depend on:
- Stanislav Chercheso – He’s an ex Russia international goalkeeper and is coaching the side in this world cup. He is known for his dour defensive style, and a change in this may help Russia.
- The hosts are also going to hope that Fedor Smolov, its forward, can recreate the goal he scored when they played New Zealand in their first game victory in the FIFA Confederations Cup of 2017.
- Another experienced played that Russia is banking on is Igor Akinfeev, who is captaining the side. He has represented his country 100 times.
Saudi Arabia’s campaign depends much on:
- Juan Antonio Pizzi – He is the side’s Argentinian-born coach. He took over Saudi Arabia in November of 2017, following his coaching tenure with Chile ended.
- Two other influential figures of Saudi Arabia are Fahad Al Muwallad and Mohammad Al-Sahlawi. Mohammad Al-Sahlawi’s Fast feet and rare turns of pace might make him a decisive factor in how Saudi Arabia does.
Lineups of both teams will be updated soon after the official announcement.
Russia Starting Lineups
The lineups of Russia is not yet announced. We will update the final team right after the official confirmation.
Saudi Arabia Starting Lineups
Check out the confirmed lineups of Saudi Arabia for World Cup 2018.
Mohammed Al-Owais, Yasser Al-Musailem, Abdullah Al-Mayuf; Mansoor Al-Harbi, Yasser Al-Shahrani, Mohammed Al-Burayk, Motaz Hawsawi, Osama Hawsawi, Ali Al-Bulaihi, Omar Othman; Abdullah Alkhaibari, Abdulmalek Alkhaibri, Abdullah Otayf, Taiseer Al-Jassam, Hussain Al-Moqahwi, Salman Al-Faraj, Mohamed Kanno, Hatan Bahbir, Salem Al-Dawsari, Yahia Al-Shehri; Fahad Al-Muwallad, Mohammad Al-Sahlawi, Muhannad Assiri.
Stay tuned for the final scores and updates on Russia vs Saudi Arabia match here.