Wales Predicted Lineup vs England for Group B Clash

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Wales sit at the bottom of their World Cup group with only 1 point to their name. They face fierce rivals England next and hope to win this game to secure a place in the Round of 16. Last Word on Sports predicts the Welsh Football Team’s lineup and looks at their recent form heading […] READ MORE




Uruguay Predicted Lineup vs Portugal for World Cup Group H Clash

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Uruguay kickstarted their World Cup with a 0-0 draw against South Korea. They will be facing group leaders Portugal in their next group stage match. Last Word on Sports predicts Uruguay’s lineup and looks at their recent form heading into this fixture. Uruguay Predicted Lineup vs Portugal How Uruguay Have Lined-Up Recently Diego Alonso’s side […] READ MORE



France Predicted Lineup vs Denmark for Group D Clash

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France started off their World Cup title defence with a thumping 4-1 win over Australia. The defending world champions are set to face Denmark in their next match in Group D. Last Word on Sports predicts France’s lineup and their recent form heading into the match. France Predicted Lineup vs Denmark 🙌💙#FiersdetreBleus pic.twitter.com/ddInvtdMpz — Equipe […] READ MORE


England Star Deemed Fit for Clash Against USA

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England manager Gareth Southgate has confirmed that captain Harry Kane is fit enough to take part in Friday’s clash against the USA, as reported by Sky Sports. The star striker suffered an ankle injury following a heavy tackle from Iranian defender, Morteza Pouraliganji, in England’s opening match against Iran. The Tottenham Hotspur forward underwent a […] READ MORE


Chelsea Holding Talks Over 19-Year-Old Midfielder

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Chelsea are holding talks with Dynamo Moscow over the transfer of Russian midfielder, Arsen Zakharyan, according to Fabrizio Romano. The West London club are looking to add another talented young teenager to their existing young core. Chelsea in Talks With Russian Club Over Arsen Zakharyan Arsen Zakharyan on Chelsea deal: “I think it's all right. […] READ MORE