Updated Visual Standing after 2nd round
Here they are all groups with all teams having played two matches each, with 2 groups already fully defined (A and G) and 2 groups partially (C and D) and 4 still open (B, E, F and H), only in group F any of the 4 teams can still go through.
6 teams already qualified: Russia, Uruguay, France, Croatia, Belgium, England
8 teams out: Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Marocco, Peru, Costarica, Tunisia, Panama, Poland
The remaining 18 teams will need the last match to know their fate.
- Group B: 2 out of POR, ESP, IRN could qualify
- Group C: DEN or AUS could qualify
- Group D: only 1 of NGA, ISL, ARG could qualify
- Group E: 2 of BRA, SUI, SRB could qualify
- Group F: Any of MEX, GER, SWE, KOR could still qualify
- Group H: 2 of JPN, SEN, COL could still qualify
The biggest drama being Group D with Argentina in search of a Messi miracle.
I am sure this can be improved but still like the fact that in one visual I can get all groups with a visual clue at glance as well as all matches and scores. An interactive version can link or show, in-page, all highlights and more stats for each macth. Simplified versions can be created — some shown at the bottom of this post.
If you want a longer explanation of possible tie breakers read this comprehesive article from ESPN.
The second round of games in the World Cup group stage is now underway. Find out what each nation has to do to qualify…www.espn.com
A fifa.com visual story (best on mobile) on the matter
Who's out and who still has a shot at the knockout rounds at Russia 2018?www.fifa.com
My original blog post on the subject of Visual Standings is here:
As we, as Italians, do not have much to watch for this next month in Russia I spent some time in repurposing work I did…medium.com
No upcoming matches on top and stats.
No numeric scores and qualifed/out indications
Color alterations to show qualified teams vs out ve still in the game
Live version of the Visual Standings