Yes, we got our dream Waffles/Les Frogs matchup. And the peoples rejoiced. Now, it is time for the back-alley abortion side of the bracket. Join us, won't you? It still beats goddamned baseball.
England (-115) v. Sweden (+385; draw +220) (10:00 EST, Fox)
Merry ole England has Evertonian Keeper Jordan Pickford to
Photo is of Ottmar-Hitzfeld Stadium in Switzerland 2000 m above sea level. taken from sportskeeda.com
This truly has been quite the remarkable World Cup thus far. The thing that is frustrating me the most is the fact that England has to go through Colombia, then the winner of the 1st game
Another four games on the slate today with things to play for! By Saturday we will be down to 16 and the fun will begin. The daily blogs have been great, huzzah to all of you who participate. Fuck Pepe forever.
Group F 9 am DFO time games
Sweden v Mexico at
Here is some half-arsed analysis from a half-arsed Hippo who is no longer watching Torneo Del Diablo. My cohorts will do better. Me did find nice picture FOAR teh peoples.
Group G - Belgium (-300) v. Tunisia (+850; draw +400) (8:00 EST, Fox)
Tunisia are liquid shit, but they still almost got
Dodging work on Monday is especially difícil. FFS, I actually have a conference call scheduled for this afternoon. I for reals have to talk to other carbon-based life forms on the fucking phone, during the World Cup. SIGH. First World problemos. Anyway, above is Tunisian Kenza Fourati, because reasons ok!
Group F -
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about Peter Freuchen, Danish explorer, author, and political activist; this week, we're featuring one of the men whose legends perhaps inspired Freuchen to be the incredible man he turned out to be. This week's badass may or may not have actually existed,
I have Wednesday off and my wife generously bought me a couple of bottles of Hungarian wine to watch the Hungary/Portugal match. Hungary actually makes pretty good wine. They're known more for their dessert wine, but, their regular wine is also quite nice. Now that I know Hungary has