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FIFA World Cup Countdown: Russia marks 100 days until World Cup in Moscow

In just under one hundred days, Russia will face Saudi Arabia in the opening match of the World Cup. The hosts have marked the occasion in Moscow with a concert for some of the 17-thousand volunteers who will make sure the tournament runs smoothly. And the message was loud and clear - Russia is ready. But as Lucy Taylor reports, there are concerns ahead of the kick-off.

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2018 World Cup: Upsets and surprises

2018 World Cup: Upsets and surprises

2018 World Cup: Upsets and surprises

2018 World Cup: Upsets and surprises

2018 World Cup: Upsets and surprises

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5 things you should know before watching the FIFA World Cup

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