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World Cup 2018: Day 10 at the Busby Babe

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There are three tasty looking games in Russia today.

Mexico Training and Press Conference - FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images

Another day, another three World Cup games to veg out in front of. English eyes will be on Belgium’s early encounter with Tunisia, before all attention turns to Group F. South Korea go head-to-head with a Mexico side that upset all odds to beat Germany in their tournament opener, meaning Joachim Löw’s side are under pressure to see off Sweden in the final match of the day.

Belgium vs. Tunisia

Time: 15:00 in Moscow, which works out as 13:00 in the UK, 08:00 on the east coast of the USA, and 05:00 over on the west. Good morning!

How to watch: BBC One in the UK, FOX or Telemundo in the USA, and here.

How to watch online: BBC iPlayer in the UK, and Telemundo’s stream in the USA.

South Korea vs. Mexico

Time: 18:00 in Rostov-on-Don, which means 16:00 in the UK, 11:00 on the east coast, and 08:00 on the west. Rise and shine!

How to watch: Hop over to ITV 1 in the UK, and once again FOX or Telemundo in the USA. Everybody else: here.

How to watch online: ITV Player in the UK, and Telemundo’s stream in the USA.

Germany vs. Sweden

Time: The last game kicks off at 21:00 in Sochi, which is 19:00 in the UK, 14:00 on the east coast, and 11:00 on the west.

How to watch: ITV 1 in the UK, FOX or Telemundo in the USA, and here.

How to watch online: ITV Player in the UK, and Telemundo’s stream in the USA.

Manchester United points of interest

Romelu Lukaku should start as Belgium take on Tunisia; Marouane Fellaini will probably have to settle for a place on the bench. Moyesey’s old favourite Adnan Januzaj, now of Real Sociedad, also made it into Roberto Martínez’s squad, though is unlikely to make the starting lineup. No links to Tunisia, as far as we can see.

There’s only one emotional tie to the second game of the day, but it’s a strong one: Javier Hernández, who has now amassed over a century of caps for Mexico, should lead the line for Juan Carlos Osorio’s side. In the day’s final match, all eyes will be on the only United player, past or present, to take to the field: centre-back Victor Lindelöf.

This will be our live thread for the day, so come and join us in the comments below!