Uruguay and Egypt make their debut at the 2018 World Cup on Friday in the second match of the tournament, against a Group A match in Yekaterinburg. After the match between Russia and Saudi Arabia on Thursday, there are three points at stake here for one of these two teams to set foot in the knockout stage.
Uruguay is considered by many to be the favorite to win in the group and the favorite to win this match, but Egypt is a popular candidate for the black horse in this competition and has a good chance of leaving the group stage as well. long time that Mohamed Salah He is in good health. Salah should play after being out of the game since the Champions League final with a shoulder injury.
Uruguay come into play soundly and with the murderous duo in attack of Luis Suárez and Edinson Cavani, but the pressure is on a younger generation of midfielders to be the link between the baseline and forwards. In the back, Diego Godin leads the central defense with his teammate Atletico Madrid, Jose Giménez.
For Egypt, all eyes are on Salah. He’s allowed to play, and it’s a huge boost to the team’s ability to make noise. Is this the Salah we all saw in Liverpool this season? Watch your pace throughout the game, especially if you are not 100%. It will beat talented South Americans.
This is how you can see the game and more. And be sure to come back half an hour before the start of our live blog of the game:
How to see Uruguay vs. Egypt
When: Friday at 8 am ET
Where: Stadion Central’nyj in Yekaterinburg
TV: FS1 and Telemundo
Stream: fuboTV (Try it for free)
Follow: CBS Sports Application
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Uruguay is full of backs ahead and contains Mohamed Salah, while Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez are doing their thing in attack to take the three points. Uruguay 3, Egypt 1.