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World Cup 2018: Day 13 at The Busby Babe

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Pogba is back in action with France, and Marcos Rojo with Argentina.

France v Peru: Group C - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Groups C and D of the World Cup wrap up on Tuesday. In the former, France will be hoping to maintain their (strangely underwhelming) 100% start to the tournament and secure top spot in the group. In the latter, Argentina will need to beat Nigeria and hope Iceland don’t do a madness against the already qualified Croatia. Like yesterday, the final matches in both groups will be played simultaneously.

Denmark vs. France

Time: 17:00 in Moscow, which works out as 15:00 in the UK, 10:00 on the east coast of the USA, and 07:00 over on the west. Rise and shine!

How to watch: ITV 1 in the UK, FOX or UNIVERSO in the USA, and livesoccer for the rest of you.

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

Australia vs. Peru

Time: 17:00 in Sochi, which works out as 15:00 in the UK, 10:00 on the east coast of the USA, and 07:00 over on the west. Same as above.

How to watch: ITV 4 in the UK, and Fox Sports 1 or Telemundo in the USA. Those elsewhere should head over here to find their channel.

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

Nigeria vs. Argentina

Time: We kick off at 21:00 in St. Petersburg, which is 19:00 in the UK, 14:00 on the east coast, and 11:00 on the west.

How to watch: Hop over to BBC One in the UK, and FOX or Telemundo in the USA. Everybody else: livesoccer will sort you out.

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

Iceland vs. Croatia

Time: Same as above. 21:00 in Rostov, which is 19:00 in the UK, 14:00 on the east coast, and 11:00 on the west.

How to watch: Switch over to BBC Four in the UK, and Fox Sports 1 or UNIVERSO in the USA. Everybody else: here.

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

Manchester United points of interest

Paul Pogba will hope to continue his influence for France in their final group game. United’s midfield star has had a hand in every Les Bleus goal so far, even if - as usual under Didier Deschamps - this team is yet to play up to its potential.

Marcos Rojo was dropped for Argentina’s second group game, a crushing loss to Croatia, but may find himself restored to the starting XI today. The Argentina camp is apparently in full scale revolt, so who knows? In the other Group D, we can all salivate over the continued brilliance of Luka Modrić who United really should have gone all out to sign when he left Spurs. Sigh.

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