Winning their opening game in a convincing fashion by beating Saudi Arabia 5-0, Russia are hoping that they can immediately secure their path into the knock out stage, which could happen with a win against Egypt this Tuesday.
World Cup 2018 host, Russia, started their tournament in the best possible fashion as they hammered their opponent, Saudi Arabia 5-0 in Moscow.
Playing under the strong home support, Stanislav Cherchesov's team immediately try to control proceedings, putting on an aggressive attacking display straight from kick off.
World Cup 2018 is set to start on June 14 with home team, Russia facing up Saudi Arabia in the opening fixture and both teams are gunning for maximum points, especially the host as they want to entertain their crowd.
Portugal and Mexico Advanced Into Confederations Cup Semifinals
Two teams that started their Confederations Cup campaign with a 2-2 draw, Portugal and Mexico, successfully advanced into the knock out stages of that competition.
Ronaldo Sealed Portugal's Victory Over Russia
After drawing their opening fixture in Confederations Cup 2017 against Mexico, European champions, Portugal got themselves all three points on their second game.
Wales showcasing positive mentality as after suffering a disappointing derby defeat against England, Chris Coleman's men were able to bounce back immediately against Russia.
Gareth Bale and co were able to put tons of pressure on their opponent creating many openings, before eventually taking the lead with a lovely chip goal from Aaron Ramsey.
Losing their latest game against England doesn't seem to let down Wales' spirit as their head coach, Chris Coleman stated that his players are in a very good mood ahead of their final group game against Russia.
Russia remain hopeful of their chance in getting into the knock out stages of Euro 2016 as they set to fave their final group game against Wales.
The Golden Eagles' head coach, Leonid Slutsky is expecting difficult tie against Chris Coleman's men, who Slutsky believes will be playing in the counter.
Slovakia opened their chance to get themselves into the knock out stage of Euro 2016 following their 2-1 win over Russia on Wednesday.
The main man who lead Jan Kozak's men in grabbing all three points on that tie was Marek Hamsik who created one goal and scored a beauty as well.