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This year’s World Cup finals will open with a Group A fixture between host nation Russia and Saudi Arabia on June 14 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, kicking off the beginning of the group stages.

Thursday’s match will be the only one held on that day to coincide with the opening ceremony, with three group stage fixtures taking place each day until June 28.

Russia are first-time hosts of the tournament and qualified automatically, and will be making their fourth appearance at the finals since 1990.

Asian qualifiers Saudi Arabia’s best result at a World Cup was finishing in the last 16 in 1994, and will be hoping for a better finish this tournament.

Goal brings you all you need to know ahead of the clash between the two sides that follows the opening ceremony.

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.

Russia don’t boast a roster of standout players, so will be having to rely on the emerging talents of Aleksandr Golovin, who is their most dangerous attacking player and aged just 22. Aleksandr Kokorin misses out on the tournament due to an injury, and it is a blow for Russia as he would have been the first-choice striker.

Ex-Chelsea full-back Zhirkov is nearing the end of his international career, and playing the finals in his home country would be the perfect send-off.

Potential Russia XI: Akinfeev; Zhirkov, Kutepov, Ignashevich, Fernandes; Golovin, Anton Miranchuk, Zobnin, Samedov; Dzagoev, Smolov

Saudi Arabia’s three key men lie in Al-Abed, Al-Muwall and Al-Shehri. Al-Abed netted five times in the qualification stages and remains to be Saudi Arabia’s top-scorer en route to the finals, while Al-Mulwall netted the goal that secured his nation’s participation in Russia.

Al-Shehri provides the most experience for his team, having been in the side since 2009 and is only 27 years of age.

Potential Saudi Arabia XI: Al-Muaiouf, Al-Burayk, Al-Boleahi, Hawsawi, Al-Harbi, Al-Faraj, Ali-Khaibari, Kanno, Al-Jassim, Al-Shehri, Al-Sahlawi

The two teams are not seen as favourites to progress through to the last 16 as the two other Group A teams are Uruguay and Egypt – who possess both individual and collective talent – but, as ever, surprises are expected to be in store.

Russia will be looking to impress their fans on home turf when they open the tournament proper, having underperformed in Brazil in 2014 after crashing out in the group stages following a loss to Belgium and failure to register victory against South Korea and Algeria.

Their form at Euro 2016 wasn’t great either, picking up just one point in the group stages against England, and will be given the opportunity to redeem themselves when they host the finals in familiar territory.

“We can’t really influence people’s opinions, we can only see what kind of a group we have,” said head coach Stanislav Cherchesov. “We have been studying our opponents from day one.
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“There are no weak teams in any of the groups. The first game is important so it will set the tone to a certain extent. We are trying to iron out any kinks we have.

Russia, however, have never made it out of the group stages in the World Cup since the breaking up of the USSR and will be anxious to announce themselves to not only their own fans, but to the football world.

Saudi Arabia’s run-up to the finals were a difficult endeavour, having qualified for second place above Australia on only goal difference (+2). They were the only nation, along with England, whose players all play for their respective domestic league – until May, when Al-Muwallad featured for Levante in May at the end of the La Liga season.

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Goal brings you all the details and information you need to know ahead of the opening World Cup game between Russia and Saudi Arabia

This year’s World Cup finals will open with a Group A fixture between host nation Russia and Saudi Arabia on June 14 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, kicking off the beginning of the group stages.

Thursday’s match will be the only one held on that day to coincide with the opening ceremony, with three group stage fixtures taking place each day until June 28.

Russia are first-time hosts of the tournament and qualified automatically, and will be making their fourth appearance at the finals since 1990.

Asian qualifiers Saudi Arabia’s best result at a World Cup was finishing in the last 16 in 1994, and will be hoping for a better finish this tournament.

Goal brings you all you need to know ahead of the clash between the two sides that follows the opening ceremony.

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.

Russia don’t boast a roster of standout players, so will be having to rely on the emerging talents of Aleksandr Golovin, who is their most dangerous attacking player and aged just 22. Aleksandr Kokorin misses out on the tournament due to an injury, and it is a blow for Russia as he would have been the first-choice striker.

Ex-Chelsea full-back Zhirkov is nearing the end of his international career, and playing the finals in his home country would be the perfect send-off.

Potential Russia XI: Akinfeev; Zhirkov, Kutepov, Ignashevich, Fernandes; Golovin, Anton Miranchuk, Zobnin, Samedov; Dzagoev, Smolov

Saudi Arabia’s three key men lie in Al-Abed, Al-Muwall and Al-Shehri. Al-Abed netted five times in the qualification stages and remains to be Saudi Arabia’s top-scorer en route to the finals, while Al-Mulwall netted the goal that secured his nation’s participation in Russia.

Al-Shehri provides the most experience for his team, having been in the side since 2009 and is only 27 years of age.

Potential Saudi Arabia XI: Al-Muaiouf, Al-Burayk, Al-Boleahi, Hawsawi, Al-Harbi, Al-Faraj, Ali-Khaibari, Kanno, Al-Jassim, Al-Shehri, Al-Sahlawi

The two teams are not seen as favourites to progress through to the last 16 as the two other Group A teams are Uruguay and Egypt – who possess both individual and collective talent – but, as ever, surprises are expected to be in store.

Russia will be looking to impress their fans on home turf when they open the tournament proper, having underperformed in Brazil in 2014 after crashing out in the group stages following a loss to Belgium and failure to register victory against South Korea and Algeria.

Their form at Euro 2016 wasn’t great either, picking up just one point in the group stages against England, and will be given the opportunity to redeem themselves when they host the finals in familiar territory.

“We can’t really influence people’s opinions, we can only see what kind of a group we have,” said head coach Stanislav Cherchesov. “We have been studying our opponents from day one.
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“There are no weak teams in any of the groups. The first game is important so it will set the tone to a certain extent. We are trying to iron out any kinks we have.

Russia, however, have never made it out of the group stages in the World Cup since the breaking up of the USSR and will be anxious to announce themselves to not only their own fans, but to the football world.

Saudi Arabia’s run-up to the finals were a difficult endeavour, having qualified for second place above Australia on only goal difference (+2). They were the only nation, along with England, whose players all play for their respective domestic league – until May, when Al-Muwallad featured for Levante in May at the end of the La Liga season.

Russia vs. Saudi Arabia Live

How To Watch Russia vs. Saudi Arabia: TV channel, live stream, squad news & match preview

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Goal brings you all the details and information you need to know ahead of the opening World Cup game between Russia and Saudi Arabia

This year’s World Cup finals will open with a Group A fixture between host nation Russia and Saudi Arabia on June 14 at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, kicking off the beginning of the group stages.

Thursday’s match will be the only one held on that day to coincide with the opening ceremony, with three group stage fixtures taking place each day until June 28.

Russia are first-time hosts of the tournament and qualified automatically, and will be making their fourth appearance at the finals since 1990.

Asian qualifiers Saudi Arabia’s best result at a World Cup was finishing in the last 16 in 1994, and will be hoping for a better finish this tournament.

Goal brings you all you need to know ahead of the clash between the two sides that follows the opening ceremony.

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.

Russia don’t boast a roster of standout players, so will be having to rely on the emerging talents of Aleksandr Golovin, who is their most dangerous attacking player and aged just 22. Aleksandr Kokorin misses out on the tournament due to an injury, and it is a blow for Russia as he would have been the first-choice striker.

Ex-Chelsea full-back Zhirkov is nearing the end of his international career, and playing the finals in his home country would be the perfect send-off.

Potential Russia XI: Akinfeev; Zhirkov, Kutepov, Ignashevich, Fernandes; Golovin, Anton Miranchuk, Zobnin, Samedov; Dzagoev, Smolov

Saudi Arabia’s three key men lie in Al-Abed, Al-Muwall and Al-Shehri. Al-Abed netted five times in the qualification stages and remains to be Saudi Arabia’s top-scorer en route to the finals, while Al-Mulwall netted the goal that secured his nation’s participation in Russia.

Al-Shehri provides the most experience for his team, having been in the side since 2009 and is only 27 years of age.

Potential Saudi Arabia XI: Al-Muaiouf, Al-Burayk, Al-Boleahi, Hawsawi, Al-Harbi, Al-Faraj, Ali-Khaibari, Kanno, Al-Jassim, Al-Shehri, Al-Sahlawi

The two teams are not seen as favourites to progress through to the last 16 as the two other Group A teams are Uruguay and Egypt – who possess both individual and collective talent – but, as ever, surprises are expected to be in store.

Russia will be looking to impress their fans on home turf when they open the tournament proper, having underperformed in Brazil in 2014 after crashing out in the group stages following a loss to Belgium and failure to register victory against South Korea and Algeria.

Their form at Euro 2016 wasn’t great either, picking up just one point in the group stages against England, and will be given the opportunity to redeem themselves when they host the finals in familiar territory.

“We can’t really influence people’s opinions, we can only see what kind of a group we have,” said head coach Stanislav Cherchesov. “We have been studying our opponents from day one.
Article continues below

“There are no weak teams in any of the groups. The first game is important so it will set the tone to a certain extent. We are trying to iron out any kinks we have.

Russia, however, have never made it out of the group stages in the World Cup since the breaking up of the USSR and will be anxious to announce themselves to not only their own fans, but to the football world.

Saudi Arabia’s run-up to the finals were a difficult endeavour, having qualified for second place above Australia on only goal difference (+2). They were the only nation, along with England, whose players all play for their respective domestic league – until May, when Al-Muwallad featured for Levante in May at the end of the La Liga season.

NBA Finals Game 1: Cavs vs. Warriors

The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers square off tonight in an unprecedented fourth straight N.B.A. finals. Not only have no N.B.A. teams ever accomplished such a feat, but neither has a pair of teams in any of the other major American sports leagues. Refresh here for live updates and analysis from Oakland:

How to watch: ABC’s coverage of Game 1 begins at 9 p.m. Eastern, and will be available for streaming from ABC and WatchESPN.

Top Story Lines for Game 1

• The Warriors have won two of the past three N.B.A. championships, and are heavily favored to win for a third time in the Coach Steve Kerr era, largely as a result of a talent disparity in which LeBron James has struggled to find reliable second and third options while Golden State has a starting lineup with four All-Stars.

• There is no question that LeBron James is a player so dominant that he can take over a game, but to upset the talent-rich Warriors he may need someone else to step up in a way that hasn’t happened so far this postseason. Kyle Korver has had moments and Jeff Green was a key player in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals, but Love is the only player on the roster who could seemingly explode to the point where it would create serious problems for Golden State. James has occasionally referred to Love’s best moments being him getting back to “Minnesota Kevin” and an appearance by him could even things out considerably.

• The rhetoric in favor of the inevitability of a Warriors win in the series has reached the point that a discussion of which Golden State player will capture Finals M.V.P. has already begun. Kevin Durant won the award last year and Iguodala won it in 2015, but before anyone gets too far down that road, it would be wise to remember that LeBron James won it in 2016 as his team upset the heavily-favored Warriors, who had gotten off to a 3-1 start in the series.

• Injuries could play a factor on both sides, with Andre Iguodala of the Warriors and Kevin Love of the Cavaliers being closely watched. Iguodala is out for Game 1, and possibly beyond, with a bone bruise in his left leg. Without him, the Warriors struggled to find consistency on both offense and defense in the conference finals. Love, on the other hand, has been cleared of the N.B.A.’s concussion protocol, and is expected to be available for Game 1, but it is not yet clear at what level he will be able to contribute.

• The Warriors have excelled in the third quarter in recent seasons, but that concept has reached a fever pitch in this postseason. It was huge third quarters in Games 6 and 7 that shot them past the Houston Rockets and into the finals, and there are times where it seems Golden State only truly concentrates on playing its best basketball just after halftime. It is a tendency that Cleveland will need to prepare for in some way.

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• James averaged a triple-double in the finals last year, but he is not the only player in this series who can stuff a stat sheet. Draymond Green is leading the Warriors for the playoffs in rebounds (11.6 a game), assists (8.1), steals (1.9) and blocks (1.5).

Cavaliers vs. Warriors Game 1

The Golden State Warriors will host the Cleveland Cavaliers for Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET.

That’s a line that could have been written word for word for the 2015, 2016 and 2017 editions, as the two teams are facing off in the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive year.

Per NBA.com, the same two teams have never met in the championship round four consecutive times in MLB, the NHL or the NFL. Further research indicates that such a feat would be a first in MLS and the WNBA as well, although the Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks have met in the championship for two years and counting in the latter league.

Familiar NBA Finals foes the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are back to battle in the championship round for the fourth straight year. It’s the series most predicted in October, but one that looked less likely as each club encountered an uncharacteristically tough road out of their respective conferences.

The two teams combined for one loss through the first three rounds last year. They dropped seven total in 2016 and just five in 2015. This postseason, they lost at least five games each and suffered 11 defeats together.

Even still, both are back in their normal places at the mountaintop, and one is four wins away from its latest world title. Since Golden State and LeBron James are each already regarded as historic powers, this has legacy implications for both sides.

2018 NBA Finals Schedule and Broadcast Info

Game 1—Thursday, May 31: Cavaliers at Warriors, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
Game 2—Sunday, June 3: Cavaliers at Warriors, 8 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
Game 3—Wednesday, June 6: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
Game 4—Friday, June 8: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
*Game 5—Monday, June 11: Cavaliers at Warriors, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
*Game 6—Thursday, June 14: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN
*Game 7—Sunday, June 17: Cavaliers at Warriors, 8 p.m. ET on ABC; streaming on WatchESPN

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are about to face off in the NBA Finals starting Thursday — and what better way to get amped for the match-up than a shamelessly tacky 1980s-style parody video?

A hilarious clip from CBS Sports is making the rounds that seems to pay homage to the 1980s twin poles of cheesy sitcoms: Full House and Family Matters. The former was shot in the Bay Area (a nod to Golden State), the latter in Chicago, to tie it to the Midwest (not quite Cleveland, but close-ish). “Season 4 of Cavs vs. Warriors was filmed in front of a live studio audience,” reads the text in front of a perfect VHS-static filter.

Angels vs Tigers

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While it has been played up as an Important Thing to Have over time, home field advantage doesn’t mean a whole lot in sports. Certain sports and leagues lend themselves to being a bit more home-friendly, but baseball is not one of them. According to a 2017 study from FiveThirtyEight, home teams win 54 percent of their games in baseball, the lowest percentage among the four major professional sports.

Don’t tell that to these Detroit Tigers, though. Despite sitting five games below .500, the Tigers are a respectable 15-11 at Comerica Park this season. They have won five of eight home series, and have only lost one series (two if you count their rain-soaked weekend against the Yankees in April). They have a modest +10 run differential in those 26 games, and have already won four games via walk-off, tied for the most in the American League.

What does this mean? Nothing, really, given that the Tigers are still under .500. But it makes for more exciting baseball for the hometown fans, especially in an otherwise forgettable season surprisingly, Tropeano has started using his splitter more often in the handful of innings since his surgery. While there isn’t any concrete link between the splitter and elbow strain, it’s surprising that he and the Angels have gone against conventional wisdom. Tropeano’s performance is the likely reason why, though; opponents have whiffed on the splitter nearly 20 percent of the time so far this year, which pairs well with decent whiff rates on his slider and changeup.

Despite the high whiff rates, Tropeano hasn’t figured out a way to turn those into strikeouts. Opponents have whiffed on at least 11.5 percent of his pitches in each of his three seasons in Anaheim, yet his strikeout rate has hovered in the low 20s. He’s at just 20.1 percent so far this year, and his walk rate is just north of 10 percent again. He is coming off one of his best starts of the season — a six-strikeout performance in 7 1⁄3 innings against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Key matchup: Michael Fulmer vs. Mike Trout
It’s not often that a pitcher gets the better of Mike Trout, but Michael Fulmer has the early edge over the future Hall of Famer. In nine plate appearances against Fulmer, Trout has yet to collect a hit. He is 0-for-8 with a single walk, and has struck out four times.

This is a common refrain for most of the Angels lineup against Fulmer. He has limited the team to a .211 batting average and .562 OPS in four starts, and the current roster has just eight hits in 50 at-bats. No Angels player has more than two career hits against Fulmer, albeit in a limited sample. However, it’s worth noting that most of his dominance has come in Los Angeles; Fulmer has a 0.61 ERA in two starts at Angels Stadium, but has allowed eight runs in 9 1⁄3 frames against the Halos at Comerica Park.

PredictionLeonys Martin and Nicholas Castellanos followed with RBI singles off Jim Johnson to push the lead to 6-1.Louis Coleman (2-0) got he win with 1 1/3 innings of relief.

Ohtani looked rusty in the first inning, walking two of the first four batters he faced before allowing Niko Goodrum’s two-out RBI single.The Angels tied it in the third when Albert Pujols’ two-out single drove in Mike Trout.

Ohtani, who was throwing 91-mph fastballs in the first inning, hit 98 on his final pitch of the third to retire Victor Martinez on a soft liner to shortstop.

The game was delayed for 23 minutes by rain at the end of the fourth inning, but both starters stayed in the game.

Ohtani walked Martin with two out in the fifth and allowed a double to Castellanos before getting Jeimer Candelario to ground out on a 101-mph fastball.

The game was delayed again by rain in the top of the sixth, this time for 41 minutes. Coleman replaced Fiers to get the last strike of the sixth, and Bedrosian came in for Ohtani.

Cavaliers vs Warriors

Cavaliers vs Warriors: The Golden State Warriors will host the Cleveland Cavaliers for Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET.

That’s a line that could have been written word for word for the 2015, 2016 and 2017 editions, as the two teams are facing off in the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive year.

Per NBA.com, the same two teams have never met in the championship round four consecutive times in MLB, the NHL or the NFL. Further research indicates that such a feat would be a first in MLS and the WNBA as well, although the Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks have met in the championship for two years and counting in the latter league.

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NBA Finals 2018 schedule

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Game 1 in Oakland: June 1, 2am BST

Game 2 in Oakland: June 4, 1am BST

Game 3 in Cleveland: June 7, 2am BST

Game 4 in Cleveland: June 9, 2am BST

Game 5* in Oakland: June 12, 2am BST

Game 6* in Cleveland: June 15, 2am BST

Game 7* in Oakland: June 18, 1am BST

Although the Warriors are heavy favorites in this year’s championship, per OddsShark, it wouldn’t be the biggest shock to see Cavs forward LeBron James drop 40-point triple doubles en route to a massive upset.

Of course, beating the Warriors four times will be a Herculean task, but as the old New York lottery slogan goes, “hey, you never know.”

ABC will broadcast the series, and fans can also view the contests via WatchESPN or the ESPN app.

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