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In case you missed this, Neymar’s ankle has become the new Salah’s shoulder. The Brazilian limped out of training on Tuesday, but while Salah’s injury kept him out of Egypt’s opener, this knock isn’t considered too serious and Neymar should return to training later today in readiness for the Costa Rica game later in the week.
World Cup fans in Australia who have been left frustrated by Optus Sport’s streaming service will find out this afternoon what’s going to happen in the immediate future, with the 48-hour deal with SBS now expired. An announcement will by made at 4pm AEST. Stay tuned.
Meanwhile: “Are we to believe that the Guardian style guide is of the permissive persuasion regarding nautical variants of “toeing the line”? Rainslee wins.
Written by Mike Hytner now and Ben Fisher (later)
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/live/2018/jun/20/world-cup-2018-day-six-buildup-as-portugal-and-spain-return-to-action-live under the title “World Cup 2018: day six buildup as Portugal and Spain return to action – live!”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.