CURRENT WORLD CUP 2018 INJURIES & SUSPENSIONS LIST

Injuries & Suspensions
It will be all eyes on Russia 2018 in the summer for the tournament which starts on June 14th. Will Germany be able to defend their title? Will Brazil be able to climb their way back to the top of the world or will one of the strong challengers like France, Argentina and Belgium be able to make an impact and go all the way? While form and quality of players are going to be crucial in making a cup run, there is another area so important to World Cup betting.
That is injuries and suspensions. Imagine if Brazil were to go the World Cup 2018 without Neymar? What if England went without Harry Kane; Argentina without Sergio Aguero and Lionel Messi? Those are the kind of things which could have a huge impact on the chances of a nation in the running for the World Cup. It's so important to pay attention to those injury lists before, as well as during the tournament itself.
Last update on 20 May 2018 at 18 hrs

Player has returned to training
Player will return in the foreseeable future
Player out for a longer period
Suspension

Links to current injuries and suspensions lists




Similarly, the suspensions that are picked up through the tournament as a team progresses could have an impact on their chances of winning a future match. So it is vitally important to keep on top of all the latest World Cup 2018 injuries and suspensions, and you can do so right here just by taking a look down at our list of nations and seeing who is going to be out of action, or when a player may be coming back from being sidelined. This is fantastic tournament information that will influence your betting, and it's right at your fingertips here.

There will be a total of 64 matches from Russia 2018 and how many tense situations will we see with players picking up suspensions and injuries? It can cause chaos to a nation's plans and for bettors, it can have a huge bearing on the outcome of games. If a team can't field their strongest eleven at the highest level of the sport, it could limit their chances of pushing right on through for success in individual games.