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Match Details

FIFA WORLD CUP 2018

Group
Costa Rica vs Serbia Live
Date: Jun 20, 2018

Location:Samara Arena
Time; 11:00 AM ET

TV: Fox and Telemundo
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One of this International break’s top stories will be without a doubt the return of Luis Suarez with his National Team. After being out of the spotlight since biting Giorgio Chiellini in last summer’s World Cup, the former Liverpool striker aims to get in top shape before his debut with his new club, Barcelona. Uruguay take on this Asian tour aiming to broaden their prospects for next year’s commitments, such as Copa America.

Saudi Arabia had their moments of glory in the past century. After shocking the world in 1994, the Arabian side gave birth to the Confederations Cup and participated in four consecutive World Cups. After 2006, the Saudis are going through a very complicated reconstruction, being relegated from participating in the two most recent World Cups. Now, Spanish coach Juan Ramon Lopez Caro will try to give a distinctive look to this team, aiming to bring back the glorious days, when players such as Mohamed Al Deayea and Saeed Owairan made a name for themselves in the international spotlight. For this match, the Spanish coach will surely miss his star midfielder Saud Khakiri, who came down with a knee injury, as they prepare their participation in next year’s Asian Cup to be held in January.

As we mentioned earlier, Luis Suarez will be the talk of the day. Suarez will have to carry all the weight of Uruguay’s attack, since Edinson Cavani was not called up for this Asian tour. Coach Tabarez will also want to observe the development of such players as Diego Rolan and Matias Corujo, helped in the midfield by seasoned players like Egidio Arévalo and Nicolás Lodeiro.

This will be the third match in a row for Uruguay against an Asian team, having defeated South Korea and Japan back in September. On the other hand, Saudi Arabia will try to break out of a slump, in which they have lost six out of their last seven matches