Belgium and Tunisia match will open Day-10 into the World Cup making the weekend worth enjoying both in Africa and Europe.
The players will play under the sun and 28 degrees this afternoon at around 15:00 at Spartak Stadium in Moscow (Capacity: 42,000 seats).
Red Devils is the name for Belgium national team while the Tunisian team is known as The Carthage Eagles.
The excitement is already generated across the globe following several surprise performances of national teams.
Nigeria’s Super Eagles on Friday did not disappoint after a meticulous 2:0 win against Iceland.
Tunisia’s Carthage Eagles have the backing from Africa’s solidarity- a win will be an icing on the cake for the African football fans.
For some football fans, the last nine days of the tournament have been pain while to others its absolute fun and the request for more action from 12 playing venues of the 2018 Russia FIFA World Cup.
Focusing on today’s match, the Tunisian team captain says there’s a high level of concentration from his players, and a very good atmosphere between them.
Tunisians know that the Belgium game is their last chance; they will do everything possible to win today.
Belgium and Tunisia have met once before in the World Cup with the match in 2002 ending 1-1.
The Beligians look very ready and have even had the last minute toe-to-toe training session with soccer stars Thierry Henry and Toby Alderweireld to perfect their skills before kick off with Tunisia later today.
Todays other matches include;
Korea Republic vs Mexico @18:00hrs
German vs Sweden @21:00hrs
Playing venues: 12