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England progressed to the round of 16 after hammering Panama1

9/1 England hit Panama for six

England progressed to the World Cup round of 16 after hammering Panama 6-1 in their Group G encounter in Nizhny Novgorod.

Yuya Osako (second, right) celebrates Japan's World Cup goal with his team-mates2

Sunday's World Cup betting tips

George Pitts and Tom Carnduff look at Sunday's World Cup action, with the attention turning to Group H in Sunday's final two games.

Kylian Mbappe3

Sunday's Paper Talk

Manchester City and Manchester United will try to sign Kylian Mbappe this summer with Paris Saint-Germain facing severe Financial Fair Play trouble. Get all the gossip.

Who are you backing to be top scorer at the World Cup4

World Cup: Golden Boot latest

Harry Kane is now favourite ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo for World Cup Golden Boot after he moved to the top of the goal scoring charts.

Toni Kroos scores for Germany against Sweden5

Kroos keeps German hopes alive

Ten-man Germany clung to their World Cup dreams in the most dramatic fashion as Toni Kroos struck a 95th-minute winner against Sweden in Sochi.

England progressed to the round of 16 after hammering Panama

9/1 England hit Panama for six

England progressed to the World Cup round of 16 after hammering Panama 6-1 in their Group G encounter in Nizhny Novgorod.

Harry Kane celebrates scoring his second penalty against Panama

Kane praises England team-mates

Harry Kane praised his team-mates for the professional manner in which they dealt with Panama as they cruised to a 6-1 victory.

Harry Kane smashes his penalty against Panama into the top corner

'Magnificent' - Shearer on England

Former captain Alan Shearer hailed England's display in their thumping 6-1 World Cup win over Panama, describing it as "magnificent".

Yuya Osako (second, right) celebrates Japan's World Cup goal with his team-mates

Sunday's World Cup betting tips

George Pitts and Tom Carnduff look at Sunday's World Cup action, with the attention turning to Group H in Sunday's final two games.

Javier Mascherano speaks at an Argentina press conference

No player revolt against Sampaoli

Argentina midfielder Javier Mascherano has claimed the team's relationship with coach Jorge Sampaoli is "just like normal".

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England progressed to the round of 16 after hammering Panama1

9/1 England hit Panama for six

England progressed to the World Cup round of 16 after hammering Panama 6-1 in their Group G encounter in Nizhny Novgorod.

Yuya Osako (second, right) celebrates Japan's World Cup goal with his team-mates2

Sunday's World Cup betting tips

George Pitts and Tom Carnduff look at Sunday's World Cup action, with the attention turning to Group H in Sunday's final two games.

Kylian Mbappe3

Sunday's Paper Talk

Manchester City and Manchester United will try to sign Kylian Mbappe this summer with Paris Saint-Germain facing severe Financial Fair Play trouble. Get all the gossip.

Who are you backing to be top scorer at the World Cup4

World Cup: Golden Boot latest

Harry Kane is now favourite ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo for World Cup Golden Boot after he moved to the top of the goal scoring charts.

Toni Kroos scores for Germany against Sweden5

Kroos keeps German hopes alive

Ten-man Germany clung to their World Cup dreams in the most dramatic fashion as Toni Kroos struck a 95th-minute winner against Sweden in Sochi.

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Yuya Osako (second, right) celebrates Japan's World Cup goal with his team-mates

Sunday's World Cup betting tips

George Pitts and Tom Carnduff look at Sunday's World Cup action, with the attention turning to Group H in Sunday's final two games.

Paul Higham looks at the Group A action on Monday

Monday's Group A betting tips

Paul Higham is not expecting a feast of goals as Uruguay faces hosts Russia for top spot in Group A while Egypt and Saudi Arabia look to avoid the wooden spoon.

Portugal are tipped for a narrow victory over Iran by Tom Carnduff

Monday's Group B betting tips

Tom Carnduff looks over the Group B action on Monday evening, and is backing Spain and Portugal to progress to the round of 16.