2018 Russia World Cup Fans’ Map (Infographic)


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By Jason Verduzco

The 2018 World Cup is now just a few weeks away so anticipation is certainly continuing to build for fans around the World. Are you heading over to Russia? Well if you are then this map will certainly be of help. It covers vital locations that may be required such as hospitals and key travel networks.

You can find this below! Could this finally be the year that England follows up on their one and only title from way back in 1966?

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The current odds of 16/1 is a very fair reflection of their chances as they have been very disappointing at the last few tournaments. However, England heads into the competition following a dominant display in qualifying which can only be taken as a positive, despite the weak competition.

They have also been drawn in a positive group with two teams who look to be below the level in Tunisia and Panama so expectations will be high of defeating both these sides. Three Lions have also been drawn against the world class outfit of Belgium, who are the 3rd ranked side in football today. This puts them only behind the super powers of Germany and Brazil.

The latest Betfair World Cup 2018 Group odds has Belgium in at 4/6 to top the group with England just behind at 13/10. This comes as no surprise as Belgium have a long list of top players such as the incredible Kevin De Bruyne, who played a starring role for the record breaking outfit of runaway league winners Manchester City this season. There is no doubt in most years he would have landed the PFA Player of the Year award, but Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah broke the single season scoring record to claim the award for himself.


England will be hopeful of success in Russia with top players such as Captain Harry Kane in the team who once again put in an incredible season of goal scoring for Tottenham Hotspur. Jamie Vardy is another major weapon, who could play a major part at the World Cup as he continues to scoring with regularity in the Premier League.

However, Germany is the team to beat heading in to this one as they are not only the number one ranked side but also the current title holders from four years ago in Brazil. Excitement is building and the World Cup just cannot come soon enough!


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