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The 5 best games on Monday: RPL, First League, Women’s World Cup and rugby start

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The 5 best games on Monday: RPL, First League, Women’s World Cup and rugby start

Mikhail Georgiev July 30, 2023, 21:00 Moscow time

What to see on July 31.

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See all events on July 31 at the Championship Match Center

Program in summary:

⚽️ 10:00: Japan v Spain Women’s World Cup Group C Round 3 ⚽️ 1:00 pm: Canada v Australia Women’s World Cup Group B Round 3 🏉 15:00: Metallurg – VVA-Podmoskovye, Russian Rugby Championship, 1st round ⚽️ 17 :00:00: Alania – KAMAZ, First League, matchday 3 ⚽️ 19:30: Spartak – Baltika, RPL, matchday 3

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The time on the material is indicated in Moscow.

⚽️ 10:00 AM: Japan vs Spain Women’s World Cup Group C Round 3

Intrigue: who will come out of the first place of the group?

For Group C, the World Cup continues without intrigues. Japan and Spain will definitely play in the tournament playoffs. The leaders, who scored seven and eight goals respectively in the previous matches, will measure their strength against each other and find out who they will play against in the round of 16 of a pairing of Switzerland and Norway.

selection of spain

Photo: Jose Breton/Getty Images

⚽️ 1:00 p.m.: Canada v Australia Women’s World Cup Group B Round 3

Intrigue: the decisive game for the playoffs

One of the main intrigues of the 3rd round is how the places in group B will be distributed. The first place is occupied by the Nigerian team, which defeated the Australians in the last round. Canada will qualify for the playoffs if they get three or one point today. And only a victory will help the hosts of the tournament.

Team Canada

Photo: Stephen McCarthy/Getty Images

🏉 03:00 PM: Metallurg – VVA-Podmoskovye, Russian Rugby Championship, Round 1

Mystery: who is better prepared for the start of the Russian Rugby Championship?

In the last days of summer, the Russian Rugby Championship begins. The brutal sport is growing in popularity season after season, and the new battle promises to be highly intriguing. Krasnoyarsk “Yenisei” lost to Penza “Lokomotiv” in the last final and is eager to win it back. But other clubs are not asleep either: if Loko could, why not compete for gold with Krasny Yar, VVA-Podmoskovye or Strela?

In the 1st day, the calendar does not present particularly fundamental confrontations. Therefore, to sow and warm up, a neighbor’s match in the standings: Metallurg and VVA-Podmoskovye. The guests are definitely not happy with fifth place at the end of last season, so they will try to start the new tournament strong.


Photo: vk.com/vvapodmoskovje

⚽️ 5:00 p.m.: Alania – KAMAZ, First League, matchday 3

Intrigue: “Alania” will approach the leaders?

The season in the First League is already in full swing. “Alania” in two rounds scored four points and in case of victory in the home match with “KAMAZ” will join the group of leaders. The opponent only has one win behind them, but an additional three points will allow them to move up the table. In Alania’s case, just the prospect of running out of RPL is upsetting, regardless of success throughout the season. The last time the team was left without joints due to problems with the stadium.


Photo: vk.com/fcalania

⚽️ 7:30 p.m.: Spartak – Baltika, RPL, matchday 3

Intrigue: Will Ignashevich prevent Spartak from climbing to the top of the table?

Spartak’s home game has been rescheduled for Monday and it’s intriguing. Baltika made an unsuccessful start in the RPL but then struck the wings of the Soviets in the Russian Cup, so Sergei Ignashevich’s team remains something of a mystery. Spartak, on the other hand, defeated Orenburg in a controversial championship match, and then confidently met Krasnodar in the second tournament. If Spartak also overtakes Baltika, then, firstly, it will extend the winning streak, and secondly, it will climb to the top of the table, bypassing Zenit.

sergey ignashevich

Photo: vk.com/fcbaltika

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