• Match schedule, anlaysis, situation in Group F
  • Teams in Group F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
  • First match in Group F: June 17, 2018 15:00 UTC
  • Last matches in Group F: June 27, 2018 14:00 UTC
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2018 FIFA World Cup Group F Table

PosTeamPtsPldWDLGFGAGD
1 Germany00000000
2 Mexico00000000
3 Sweden00000000
4 South Korea00000000

All Matches of Group F

Your Time*


Local Time

June 17,2018
Sunday
18:00 MSK

UTC Time

June 17,2018
Sunday
15:00 UTC

Venue

Luzhniki Stadium
Moscow
UTC+3

 Germany vs. Mexico 
-:-
Match No. 11

Your Time*


Local Time

June 18,2018
Monday
15:00 MSK

UTC Time

June 18,2018
Monday
12:00 UTC

Venue

Nizhny Novgorod Stadium
Nizhny Novgorod
UTC+3

 Sweden vs. South Korea 
-:-
Match No. 12

Your Time*


Local Time

June 23,2018
Saturday
18:00 MSK

UTC Time

June 23,2018
Saturday
15:00 UTC

Venue

Rostov Arena
Rostov on Don
UTC+3

 South Korea vs. Mexico 
-:-
Match No. 28

Your Time*


Local Time

June 23,2018
Saturday
21:00 MSK

UTC Time

June 23,2018
Saturday
18:00 UTC

Venue

Fisht Olympic Stadium
Sochi
UTC+3

 Germany vs. Sweden 
-:-
Match No. 27

Your Time*


Local Time

June 27,2018
Wednesday
17:00 MSK

UTC Time

June 27,2018
Wednesday
14:00 UTC

Venue

Kazan Arena
Kazan
UTC+3

 South Korea vs. Germany 
-:-
Match No. 43

Your Time*


Local Time

June 27,2018
Wednesday
19:00 YEKT

UTC Time

June 27,2018
Wednesday
14:00 UTC

Venue

Ekaterinburg Arena
Yekaterinburg
UTC+5

 Mexico vs. Sweden 
-:-
Match No. 44

Group F Analysis

This section will be available after 4 matches out of 6 have been completed.
TeamAfter 4 matches chances to:
AdvanceWinbe Runners-Up
 GermanyUnknownUnknownUnknown
 MexicoUnknownUnknownUnknown
 SwedenUnknownUnknownUnknown
 South KoreaUnknownUnknownUnknown
How is the probability to advance calculated?
To measure the probability to advance (win, score 2nd place) after 4 matches have been played, we simulate all possible results of last two remaining matches. Assuming not more 5 goals can be scored by one team. So, we simulate results such as: 5:0, 5:1, 5:2, ... 0:0, ... 1:5, 0:5 for both remaining matches and we observe how many results (out of all) give chances to advance (win, be 2nd). Note, this is not very sophisticated algorithm (e.g. - we assume all results are equally probable regardless of teams skills) - do not use it for betting purposes.