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19th Jun 2018

What World Cup games are on TV today and where you can watch them

Here's all you need to know about today's televised games

Eric Lalor

The last quartet of teams make their bow today

Tuesday sees the teams in Group H make their tournament bow as the hosts play their second game of the tournament. First up we have Colombia against Japan, followed by Poland’s clash with Senegal.

The evening match is a huge match for Mo Salah (if fit) as he and his Egyptian teammates take on the hosts, Russia, in a match that they cannot afford to lose if they have any ambitions of getting out of the group.

Group H: Colombia v Japan

World Cup Tuesday

Venue: Saransk

Kick-off: 13:00

Live on: BBC One (Coverage starts at 12:30)

Pundit watch: The BBC coverage will be presented by Dan Walker.

Group H: Poland v Senegal

Venue: Moscow

Kick-off: 16:00

Live on: ITV (Coverage starts at 15:25)

Pundit watch: Mark Pougatch will be presenting on ITV will be joined by Henrik Larsson, Patrice Evra and Slaven Bilic.

Group A: Russia v Egypt

World Cup Tuesday

Venue: St Petersburg

Kick-off: 19:00

Live on: BBC1 (Coverage starts at 18:30)

Pundit watch: Gary Lineker leads the coverage for the BBC.