The FIFA World Cup group stage is coming to a close and their are already teams that have qualified for the round of 16. France, Brazil, Netherlands, Senegal and England have qualified for the knockout rounds. Teams that have been eliminated include, hosts Qatar, Wales, Ecuador and Iran. Today their are more matches being played and more teams that could be potentially be eliminated.Poland and Argentina play. This will be an interesting match with both teams chasing qualification. Argentina Beat Mexico 2-0 after Lionel Messi scoring in the match. Poland beat Saudi Arabia in a game were Robert Lewendoski scored his first world cup goal.Tunisia play against France, who have already secured qualification, they will be looking to have a perfect start to the tournament. Tunisia, on the other hand, could be eliminated if they fail to win.Australia face Denmark. This is a winner take all type of match. If Denmark win the go through it is as simple as that.
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