Saudi Arabia v Egypt – World Cup 2018 – Live TV Coverage on ITV4, ITV Hub

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ITV4 will broadcast the World Cup 2018 Group A fixture between Saudi Arabia and Egypt this afternoon.

Both teams are playing for pride alone, having each suffered defeats against Russia and Uruguay to ensure they cannot reach the last 16.

The African outfit currently sit above the Saudis on goal difference, and will be looking to Mohamed Salah for inspiration.

Although showing signs of rustiness, the Liverpool star returned from injury to score from the penalty spot in a 3-1 defeat against the hosts, and will be hopeful of guiding his team to a first-ever World Cup finals victory should he rediscover his best form.

Coverage begins at 2.30pm on ITV4 and ITV4 HD, where Mark Pougatch is joined in the studio by Martin O’Neill, Henrik Larsson, and Slaven Bilic.

Match commentary comes from Joe Speight and Iain Dowie.

Kick-off 3.00pm

The match will also be streamed live via the ITV Hub.

Monday, June 25

15.00 (ITV) Uruguay v Russia

15.00 (ITV4) Saudi Arabia v Egypt

19.00 (BBC One) Iran v Portugal

19.00 (BBC Four) Spain v Morocco

Posted on Monday 25 June 2018
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