FiFA 2018 World Cup hours away from kick-off...Are you ready?

The FIFA Soccer World Cup is here!

Who do you have your money on? Do you think Germany will defend its title or there will be surprises?

Russia is preparing to face Saudi Arabia in the opening match today and the whole world will be glued to their TV screens.

Well, if your football knowledge is a bit scratchy, worry not. Football analyst & African Pride podcast host Christophe Bongo will take you through all you need to know and how to analyse the games.

As an African, I want to watch African countries perform and play their magic because they have a lot of talented players but when it comes to results, I want to be surprised.

Christophe Bongo, football Analyst & African Pride podcast host

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All of the African teams went through the same qualifying methods and all of them qualified and they have the right to be in the world come.

Christophe Bongo, football Analyst & African Pride podcast host

Listen to what Bongo things of the groups the African countries are in...

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