FIFA World Cup 2018: Who’s In, Who’s Out

As the group stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup tournament begins its’ final stage, let’s take a quick look at who is moving on, who still has a chance and who is going home.

Group A: About settled
Russia and Uruguay are both through and play each other in the final game. A win or draw for Russia guarantees them the top spot.
Egypt and Saudi Arabia are headed home after they play each other with just pride at stake.

Group B: Still open
Both Spain and Portugal move on with a draw.
Iran can go through if they beat Portugal.
Morocco go home, even if they upset the Spaniards.

Group C: About settled
France are through, with a draw against Denmark giving them the top spot.
Australia must beat Peru and have Denmark lose in order to go forward, otherwise the Danes advance.
Peru are eliminated.

Group D: Complicated
Croatia move on.
Nigeria will qualify with a win over Argentina, or a draw if Iceland fail to win.
Iceland must beat Croatia by a two-goal margin and also score at least one more than Nigeria (if they win).
Argentina must beat Nigeria and have Iceland fail to win. If Iceland win then the Argentines must win by at least 2 goals more over Nigeria.

Group E: About settled
Brazil need at least a draw to advance.
Switzerland move on with a draw against Costa Rica, or if Serbia lose to Brazil.
Serbia must beat Brazil.
Costa Rica go home.

Group F: Complicated
Mexico need at least a point against Sweden to move on as group winner. They qualify with any result if Germany fail to beat South Korea.
Sweden qualify if they better Germany’s result.
Germany qualify if they win by two (or more goals), or if they better Sweden’s result against Mexico.
South Korea can qualify if they beat Germany and Sweden lose by a bigger margin than South Korea win.

Group G: About settled
England and Belgium have qualified and play each other for the group win.
Panama and Tunisia both go home after they play each other.

Group H: Still open
Senegal and Japan both need a point to advance.
Colombia must beat Senegal. If Colombia win, Japan will need to lose by fewer goals than Senegal to advance.
Poland are eliminated.

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