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2018 World Cup: Schedule, scores and updates for Sunday's matches

Groups G and H will finish Matchday 2, after both Group H matches were upsets last week. What do Sunday's matches have in store for them? A Senegal win will put the country atop and they will be assured of advancement.

2018 World Cup Standings

Here are the current standings. Teams are awarded three points for a win and one for a tie. (win - loss - tie)

Group A Standings

  1. Russia  (2-0-0) 6 points
  2. Uruguay (2-0-0) 6 points
  3. Saudi Arabia (0-0-2), 0 points
  4. Egypt (0-0-2) 0 points

Group B Standings

  1. Portugal (1-1-0 ) 4 points
  2. Spain (1-1-0) 4 points
  3. Iran (1-0-0), 3 points
  4. Morocco (0-0-2) 0 points

Group C Standings

  1. France (2-0-0) 6 points
  2. Denmark (1-1-0) 4 points
  3. Australia (0-1-1), 1 point
  4. Peru (0-0-2) 0 points

Group D Standings

  1. Croatia (2-0-0) 6 points
  2. Argentina (0-1-1) 1 point
  3. Iceland (0-1-0) 1 point
  4. Nigeria (0-0-1) 0 points

Group E Standings

  1. Brazil (1-1-0) 4 points
  2. Switzerland (1-1-0) 4 points
  3. Serbia (1-0-1) 3 points
  4. Costa Rica (0-2-0) 0 points

Group F Standings

  1. Mexico (2-0-0) 6 points
  2. Sweden (1-0-0) 3 points
  3. Germany (1-0-1) 3 points
  4. South Korea (0-0-0) 0 points

Group G Standings

  1. Belgium (2-0-0) 6 points
  2. England (2-0-0) 6 points
  3. Panama (0-0-2) 0 points
  4. Tunisia (0-0-2) 0 points

Group H Standings

  1. Japan (1-0-0) 3 points
  2. Senegal (1-0-0) 3 points
  3. Poland (0-0-1) 0 points
  4. Colombia (0-0-1) 0 points

Golden Boot competition

Harry Kane has now surpassed Christiano Ronaldo as lead goalscorer in the race to the Golden Boot award. Through two matches at the 2018 World Cup, here's how the top scorers stack up:

  1. Harry Kane (ENG) - 5 goals
  2. Christiano Ronaldo (POR) - 4 goals
  3. Romelu Lukaku (BEL) - 4 goals
  4. Diego Costa (ESP) - 3 goals
  5. Denis Chyryshev (RUS) - 3 goals

World Cup matches Sunday

*all times Eastern

England 6 – 1 Panama

Harry Kane got a hat trick as England coasted to their second win and six points in the Group G standings. This ensures they will advance to the Round of 16 regardless of the outcome of their last group match next week. With the loss, Panama will not advance past their last match next week.

England got on the board quickly and never let their foot off the gas. John Stones headed a corner kick into the bottom corner of the net in the 8th minute to get the Three Lions on the board. Harry Kane converted his first of two penalties in the 22nd minute. He'd add a second in stoppage time of the first half.

In between his penalties, Jesse Lingard tallied and John Stones took a second. Both goals were four minutes apart. 

Harry Kane added a third, completing his hat trick in the 62nd minute. He was credited with the goal he deflected in from a shot by Ruben Loftus-Cheek. 

Panama added a goal in the 78th minute. Felipe Baloy provided Panama's first FIFA World Cup goal. It was the only consolation in a total rout by England.

Goals

  • 8' - John Stones (ENG)  
  • 22' - Harry Kane, PK (ENG) 
  • 36' - Jesse Lingard (ENG) 
  • 40' - John Stones (ENG) 
  • 45' +1' - Harry Kane, PK (ENG)
  • 62' - Harry Kane (ENG)
  • 78' - Felipe Baloy (PAN)

Cards

  • 10' - Armando Cooper (PAN) 
  • 23' - Ruben Loftus-Cheek (ENG)
  • 44' - Fidel Escobar (PAN)
  • 72' - Michael Murillo (PAN) 

Full match recap, highlights and live blog

Japan vs. Senegal (Group H)

Both Japan and Senegal won their opening matches. A win for one of them ensures advancement to the knockout stage. A draw will also keep them both at the top with four points, regardless of the Poland-Colombia outcome.

Live stream, start time and stadium info

  • Date: Sunday, June 24
  • Time: 11:00 a.m.
  • Where: Stadion Central'nyj 
  • TV: Fox and Telemundo
  • Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
  • Follow: Japan vs. Senegal live blog (CBS Sports)

Poland vs. Colombia (Group H)

Both teams lost their opening match in stunning upsets. Colombia will be without the services of Carlos Sánchez, who received a straight red card in the 3rd minute of Colombia's opening match to Japan. Poland will be looking to take advantage of the situation as they look for their first win.

Live stream, start time and stadium info

Download a printable World Cup bracket

CBS Sports has created a downloadable World Cup bracket for you to follow along every World Cup match. The bracket contains all teams within all eight groups and how they place into the round of 16 in the knockout stage.