FIFA World Cup coverage on Fox Sports News, Sky News and

Fox Sportsis going all in on the 2018 World Cup with round-the-clock coverage.

With the action starting later tonight, Fox Sports News has reporter Daniel Garb in Russia to cover all the 2018 FIFA World Cup action.

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This week Garb has been bringing Fox Sports News viewers live updates throughout the day, plus a special Russia Tonight report each night at 6pm on Sports Nation PM featuring the latest breaking football news, highlights and results.

Garb is also providing live updates across Sky News Live (Foxtel channels 103 and 600). is going all in on the 2018 World Cup with round-the-clock coverage of all group and knockout matches, all on a dedicated World Cup landing page.

A dedicated team of journalists and editors will live blog every group stage and knockout match through to the World Cup final. In addition, the football team will bring readers news stories, video highlights, analysis and colour throughout the duration of the world’s most watched tournament.

The website will include the World Cup Sweep Generator to organise an office sweep for the tournament. Each sweep can accommodate up to 32 players, with the group able to set the value of the prize money. The generator will randomly allocate teams and calculate the first, second and third prizes.

Football fans will also be able to choose their favourite starting 11 and compare their team with Fox Sports experts including Robbie Slater, Simon Hill, Adam Peacock and Daniel Garb. World Cup Fantasy will be on offer, plus fans can tip against their mates in the World Cup Predicator.

The Fox Sports app will also cater to fans looking for their World Cup fix, with fixtures, live scores, stats, news and videos all available within the app.

Top photo: Daniel Garb en route to Russia

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