Spain took on Morocco in their last group game on Monday night and it turned out to be an exciting game with Spain coming from behind and securing a 2-2 draw late on in second half ensuring their passage to next round and also put them top of the group meaning they play Russia in the next round.
Spain take on Morocco in their last group game in the FIFA World Cup 2018 and they will be looking to win this game and secure qualification to knockout stages as group winners. Spain started with that 3-3 draw against Portugal and they went on to beat Iran 1-0 which have put them top of the table with 4 points and they are almost assured of the place in next round unless they get beat with big margin and Iran win their match.
Match Preview: Spain’s game against Morocco will be played at the same time when Portugal vs Iran kicks off at around 7:00 p.m uk time at the Kaliningrad Stadium. Spain can qualify for knockout stages with an draw regardless of other results, even a defeat will take them through if Portugal win their game so considering all factors, Spain are in very good position going into the last game.
They do have some injury worries but mostly to the fringe players and temporary coach Hierro is expected to start with strong lineup where Diego Cost will start upfront and hoping to add to his already impressive tally of three goals in the world cup so far.
Spain Upcoming World Cup Matches: Spain takes on Portugal in the opening game which is the highlight of group stages of this year’s world cup and they fact it takes place on the second day it might set to the tone for remainder of the world cup. Spain also play Iran and Morocco in their group B campaign.
Spain vs Morocco – Group B World Cup
Date: Monday, 25 June 2018 – Time: 20:00 CET / 19:00 uk time
Venue: Kaliningrad Stadium. Kaliningrad
TV Channels: BBC (UK), Fox (US)
|vs Portugal (Group B)||15th June 2018||Fisht Stadium, Sochi|
|vs Iran (Group B)||20 June 2018||Kazan Arena, Kazan|
|vs Morocco (Grpup B)||25 June 2018||Kaliningrad Stadium. Kaliningrad|
|(Possible) Round of 16||01 or 02 July||TBA|
|(Possible) Quarterfinal||04 or 05 July||TBA|
|(Possible)Semifinals||10 or 11 July||TBA|
Spain were held to a 3-3 draw in the opening game by Portugal and that leave them with little margin of error going into the last two games. Luckily both of their games against Iran and Morocco are pretty much winnable however this World Cup is producing shock results left and right and if Spain were to slip in one of the remaining two games, they might be in trouble to qualify for this group.