The weekend might be all but over, but that doesn’t mean that 2018 World Cup action is slowing down anytime soon.
[ MORE: Latest 2018 World Cup news ]
Monday, in fact, will be quite the opposite, as Group G giants — and a pair of popular dark horse picks — Belgium and England make their debut in Russia, taking on Panama and Tunisia, respectively.
Following Germany’s 1-0 loss to Mexico on Sunday, Group F is currently turned upside down on its head. Sweden and South Korea, who’ll face off in the day’s opener, are even more hopeful now than prior to the start of the tournament.
Below is Monday’s schedule in full.
2018 World Cup schedule – Monday, June 18
Sweden vs. South Korea: Nizhny Novgorod, 8 a.m. ET – LIVE COVERAGE