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Martin Allen 19 Mar, 2018 18 May, 2018
Graham Westley 15 Jan, 2018 19 Mar, 2018
Mark McGhee 15 Nov, 2017 15 Jan, 2018
Rossi Eames 15 Apr, 2017 15 Nov, 2017
Kevin Nugent 15 Feb, 2017 15 Apr, 2017
Rossi Eames 01 Dec, 2016 15 Feb, 2017
Martin Allen 18 Mar, 2014 01 Dec, 2016
Dick Schreuder 23 Jan, 2014 17 Mar, 2014
Ulrich Landvreugd 23 Jan, 2014 17 Mar, 2014
Paul Fairclough 19 Jan, 2014 23 Jan, 2014
Edgar Davids 30 Dec, 2012 18 Jan, 2014
Mark Robson 25 Jun, 2012 30 Dec, 2012
Martin Allen 16 Apr, 2012 24 Jun, 2012
Lawrie Sanchez 13 May, 2011 16 Apr, 2012
Martin Allen 23 Mar, 2011 11 Apr, 2011
Paul Fairclough 01 Jan, 2011 23 Mar, 2011
Mark Stimson 01 Jun, 2010 01 Jan, 2011
Ian Hendon 27 Dec, 2008 28 Apr, 2010
Paul Fairclough 30 Mar, 2004 27 Dec, 2008
Martin Allen 30 Mar, 2003 30 Mar, 2004
Peter Shreeves 26 Feb, 2002 30 Mar, 2003
John Still 16 Mar, 2001 22 Feb, 2002
Tony Cottee 01 Nov, 2000 16 Mar, 2001
John Still 30 Jun, 1997 01 Nov, 2000
Terry Bullivant 01 Aug, 1996 30 Jun, 1997
Ray Clemence 01 Aug, 1994 31 Jul, 1996
Gary Phillips 01 Aug, 1993 31 Jul, 1994
Edwin Stein 01 Apr, 1992 30 Jun, 1993
Barry Fry 01 Aug, 1986 31 Mar, 1993
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Match in Focus

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Uruguay v Russia

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Russia have scored eight goals in two 2018 World Cup matches
Expert verdict
Russia looked more impressive in their wins over Saudi Arabia and Egypt than Uruguay did against the same opponents and the hosts can make it three from three with victory against the South Americans. Uruguay have edged both their matches 1-0 and Russia have been lively in their opening two games, in which they’ve had 25 shots.