FIFA U-17 World Cup Live Streaming on ESPN3 – Oct. 18

The following are the live games and schedule for the FIFA U-17 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates on Friday, 18, October.

Watch FIFA U-17 World Cup Live Streaming on ESPN3

After an exciting day on Thursday, four other teams, including Japan and Croatia go in search of wins.

The action will see complete newcomers Venezuela and Morocco, facing Tunisia and Croatia, while Panama, Uzbekistan and Russia are all also in action on the day.

“We’ll be coming up against a very well organised team with some fine players,” Morocco head coach Abdellah el Idrissi said ahead to his side’s opener and debut at the tournament.

“Croatia have always had a reputation for good football but we know them well and we’ve been working hard. We are sure we’ll do a good job and we hope to come away with a good result.”

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Group C
Croatia vs Morocco (Fujairah, Fujairah Stadium, 9:00 ET)
Panama vs Uzbekistan (Fujairah, Fujairah Stadium, 12:00)

Group D
Tunisia vs Venezuela (Sharjah, Sharjah Stadium, 9:00 ET)
Russia vs Japan (Sharjah, Sharjah Stadium, 12:00)

REPORTING BY OMAR-HALL

Omar Hall is a passionate writer. He covers several big events for SportingAlert, including the World Cup and European Championship. Omar is a fan of sports and is honored to do what he loves.

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