Everything you need to know if you’re following the World Cup from home. Here’s your daily round-up of results, fixtures and memorable moments.
Wales 0-2 Iran
Qatar 1-3 Senegal
Netherlands 1-1 Ecuador
England 0-0 USA
All yesterday’s action
Moment of the day
Iran would have been bruised and embarrassed after their opening 6-2 defeat to England and the prospect of facing another British team, and the talent of Gareth Bale, might have been daunting.
A tight match looked like ending in a draw, and a point would have been little use to Iran, but they took a positive approach and it paid off against ten men in the latter stages.
Today’s fixtures and how to watch
Tunisia v Australia (10am, BBC)
Poland v Saudi Arabia (1pm, STV and STV Player)
France v Denmark (4pm, STV and STV Player)
Argentina v Mexico (7pm, STV and STV Player)
One to watch
The Socceroos and their Caledonian contingent didn’t get off to the best of starts, making this morning’s match against Tunisia a crucial one.
Australia will be plenty of Scots’ favourites in the competition because of club ties, with six Premiership players in the squad and a couple of Scottish-born players.
Only eight places separate the teams in the FIFA rankings and it looks like being a hard-fought contest.
Blow for Brazil. Neymar is to miss the rest of the group stage with an ankle injury.