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Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia Preview and Prediction World Cup Russia 2018

Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia
FIFA World Cup 2018 – Group A
Date: Wednesday, 20th June 2018
Kick-Off at 16:00 UK/ 17:00 CET
Venue: Rostov Arena (Rostov).

Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia Match Preview 

Uruguay had a troublesome begin to the 2018 World Cup, yet they wound up with three focuses in their sack. They attempted to get through an efficient Egypt all through the amusement. In any case, Atletico Madrid's young protector Jose Gimenez turn into the guardian angel when he headed home the solitary goal from a corner with seconds left on the clock. 

The La Celeste are level on focuses with Russia, yet second in the Group A table because of sub-par goal contrast. 

Interim, Saudi Arabia persevered through a bad dream begin in their arrival to the World Cup following a 12-year rest. This 5-0 annihilation to Russia is their second heaviest in the opposition after the 8-0 destroying from Germany in 2002. 

It will be a gigantic undertaking for Jose Antonio Pizzi to rouse the side from here on, particularly while going up against Uruguay, who has world class players in their positions. 

Uruguay Predicted Starting Line-up (4-4-2)

Muslera – Caceres, Godin, Gimenez, Varela – Rodriguez, Vecino, Bentancur, Nandez – Cavani, Suarez.

Saudi Arabia Predicted Starting Line-up (4-1-4-1)

Muaiouf – Al-Harbi, Omar Hawsawi, Osama Hawsawi, Al-Shahrani – Otayf – Al-Shehri, Al-Jassim, Al-Faraj, Al-Dawsari – Muhannad Assiri.

Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia Head-to-head (h2h) 

The groups had met two times already, both in global friendlies. 

The most recent of which occurred in 2014 and groups made due with a 1-1 draw. 

The first was in 2002 and Saudi Arabia crushed Uruguay in a high scoring spine chiller on a 3-2 edge. 

Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia Prediction 

Uruguay neglected to discover any kind of musicality in their opening session of the opposition against Egypt. In any case, their four safeguards put in entire hearted execution and it was the midfield and strikers who neglected to satisfy the desires. 

In any case, it must be said that it was one of those off-days and a group like Saudi Arabia offer them a chance to get back on full-stream. 

The Green Falcons on alternate hands has been completely frustrating and are effectively the most exceedingly bad group found in the competition up until now. Their safeguard floundered and were not able clutch the ball in the midfield. They are up against the best group on paper in Group An on Wednesday and could surrender to another embarrassing annihilation.