Uruguay looks to lock up a place in the second round, while Saudi Arabia will try to avoid another embarrassing defeat in the 2018 World Cup.
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Uruguay vs. Saudi Arabia Top Story Lines
• Uruguay needed 89 of the 90 available minutes to finally score against Egypt, which was playing without its best player, Mohamed Salah.
• Uruguay star Luis Suarez got plenty of chances in the game, but was foiled again and again. Edinson Cavani also found frustration. Instead, the less heralded Jose Maria Gimenez scored the lone goal.
• What The Times said: “Luis Suarez had anguish written on his face all game.”
• Forget goals. Saudi Arabia is still seeking its first shot on target. It did manage two corners though.
• Bookmakers don’t see that happening. Saudi Arabia is 20-1 or more to win.
• “We are determined to improve our image from the previous match and the joy of the Saudi fans,” Saudi Arabia midfielder Taisir Al-Jassim told Reuters.