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World Cup Draw: Egypt Grouped With KSA, Uruguay, and Russia

World Cup Draw: Egypt Grouped With KSA, Uruguay, and Russia

An Egyptian supporter waves a national flag during the World Cup qualifying playoff second leg soccer match, at the Air Defense Stadium in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013 (Photo: AP)

The 2018 World Cup draw that has taken place in Russia’s capital of Moscow, on Friday at the Kremlin, revealed that Egypt has been drawn with Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Uruguay in Group (A).

Russia’s group, that Egypt is a part of, is considered to be the easiest, according to the New York Times.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will start with a game between Russia and Saudi Arabia on 14 June 2018.

On October 8, Egypt secured its ticket to the World Cup 2018, its first time to qualify for the World Cup since 1990.

Morocco is grouped with Spain, Portugal, and Iraq, while Tunisia is grouped with Belgium, England, and Panama.

The World Cup 2018 will take place between 14 June and 15 July in 12 stadiums across Russia, according to the BBC.

Watch the final results of  2018 World Cup draw below:

Group A: Russia, Uruguay, Egypt, Saudi Arabia

Group B: Portugal, Spain, Iran, Morocco

Group C: France, Peru, Denmark, Australia

Group D: Argentina, Croatia, Iceland, Nigeria

Group E: Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia

Group F: Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea

Group G: Belgium, England, Tunisia, Panama

Group H: Poland, Colombia, Senegal, Japan

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