The tenth FIFA Confederation Cup will start with the two teams of host Russia and New Zealand. Previously, three host teams have been won this cup to the nine FIFA Confederation. Whereas, the Mexico in 1999, France in 2003 and Brazil in 2013 and now, we need to wait until the end of this tournament.
Dane Ingham is the second youngest player in the Confederations Cup, who turned 18 years old now. Chile squad is the oldest ever seen in the Confederations Cup. This Confederation Cups 2017 is waiting to create more impressive records in future days as per the official schedule.
The Facebook contribute their technology for this competition. Now, the fans can express their support through the new Facebook 3D Mask. Just Swipe left from your Facebook newsfeed to open the new Facebook Camera. In that, tap on the magic wand icon to bring up the tray of effects for the camera. Now, select the mask of your favourite team, and capture an image or video. So, share your picture with your friends and make this FIFA Confederations Cup as big in the Social media.
A big day between Russia and New Zealand, the Confederation Cups will begin at Saint Petersburg Stadium, Saint Petersburg on 18:00 Local time. Get the complete guide here below with the possible lineups of the both teams.
New Zealand fans are eagerly waiting to see their All Whites on the ground against the host Russia. The fans and the people those who all currently in New Zealand can watch this match on Sky Sport NZ. People of Russia can able to watch and also listen to the scores and commentary of this match. The official media partner in Russia for this Confederation is 2SPORT2 – JSC Channel One Russia, National Sports Channel (MATCH TV), and Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (RTR).
The Possible Playing XI is here below for both of the teams, – thanks to FIFA.com
Russia Possible XI: Igor Akinfeev; Georgy Dzhikya, Viktor Vasin, Fedor Kudryashov; Aleksandr Samedov, Denis Glushakov, Aleksandr Erokhin, Dmitry Kombarov; Alexey Miranchuk, Fedor Smolov, Aleksandr Golovin.
New Zealand Possible XI: Stefan Marinovic; Tom Doyle, Andrew Durante, Tommy Smith, Michael Boxall, Kip Colvey; Ryan Thomas, Bill Tuiloma, Michael McGlinchey; Chris Wood, Marco Rojas.
NOTE: It is the first entry of Russia to Confederations Cup. And it is the fourth Confederations Cup for New Zealand. But, the team had just a single point so far in their nine outing.