Fixtures and kick-off times for matchday seven

Cristiano Ronaldo will lead Portugal in their quest to get their first win of the 2018 FIFA World Cup

The North Africans suffered a late minute goal against Iran and against Cristiano Ronaldo inspired Portugal they will enter into the game as underdogs.

After Uruguay benefited from a late minute winner from Atletico Madrid defender, Jimenez, they will he hoping to win convincingly against Saudi Arabia who suffered a 0-5 defeat in the opening game of the tournament against hosts Russia.

The time for the Uruguay-Saudi Arabia game is 3:00pm Ghanaian time, while in Nigeria it will start at 4:00pm and Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya will witness it at 6:00pm.

Spain will take on Iran against the backdrop of being denied a win, after Cristiano Ronaldo's free-kick drew them level against Portugal.

Spain need nothing but a win to bolster their chances of finishing on top of group B of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The kick-off time is 6:00pm Ghanaian time. The fixture will kick-off at 7:00pm Nigerian time and in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Ethiopia it will be beamed live at 9:00pm.

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