Spain and Portugal got through the toughest match on their Group B dockets, against each other, but now need to stack some W’s.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s EURO champs open Wednesday’s World Cup action with a match against Morocco, and manager Fernando Hierro leads Spain against Iran to close out the day.
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In the middle, Uruguay looks to suck the drama out of Group A by joining Russia as 2-0 sides.
Below is Wednesday’s schedule in full.
2018 World Cup schedule – Wednesday, June 20
Uruguay vs. Saudi Arabia: Rostov, 11 a.m. ET – LIVE COVERAGE