Live matches World Cup 2018 are among the most awaited events this summer, especially among football fans. A full month of matches of the best football teams in the world and the greatest sports talents performing for millions of spectators around the world is what awaits this June and July.
If you can’t wait to see some top-quality football just like we do, you can at least get ready for it learning how to make the most of this opportunity. Just keep reading and you’ll see what we have in mind.
Live Matches World Cup 2018
There will be 64 matches in the World Cup 2018 in total. Three out of four of these matches will be the group matches, determining the 16 teams to advance to the knockout stage.
Whether you’re planning to watch the group matches or only stick to the finals, know that live matches are available at sports gambling websites where you can place bets on your favourite teams and players in real time as the match is in progress.
In fact, we suggest you watch these matches via sports betting sites instead of TVs and other websites that broadcast the games because you can see all manner of statistics of that current match, which are unavailable by other means.
Are you interested in the ball possession, fouls, attacks, corner kicks and other relevant information of a current match as you watch it? All such statistics of each team are available in live betting sections of gambling sites so that you could wager easily and with knowledge based on your own analysis.
World Cup 2018 Fixtures
To do that, you must simply log in to your chosen live sports gambling online or mobile site when the match takes place. What’s more, you can do so during any match you want, so the choice is yours.
Here are the available options with times when matches take place.
- 14 June at 6 PM — the opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia
- 15 to 28 June at various times between 1 PM and 9 PM — 47 other group matches (usually three or four matches a day)
- 30 June to 3 July at 5 PM and 9 PM — two rounds of 16 matches each day
- 6 to 7 July at 5 PM and 9 PM — two quarter-final matches each day
- 10 to 11 July at 9 PM — one semi-final match per day
- 14 July at 5 PM — Play-off for third place
- 15 July at 6 PM — Final match
Keep in mind, though, that the broadcast time will depend on your location due to the different time zones. Also, some matches will take place simultaneously, so you’ll possibly have to choose one.
Luckily, you can still bet on all of them, you just won’t be able to follow all the action in real time.
Live betting sites that broadcast World Cup 2018 offers live gambling services in real time while the tournament matches are in progress and you can watch them as you bet, including real-time statistics of the match.