The 2018 World Championship final is scheduled to be played in the same stadium as the Russian Football Federation’s national football team, in the city of Kazan, where Kazan became the first city in the world to host the tournament.
Russia will be aiming to win its second consecutive World Cup title.
However, there are a few changes to the format for the finals.
The host nation will be drawn into four groups of six, with the top two from each group playing each other in a play-off.
The final will be played on Sunday, with Russia facing England in Kazan.
England will be looking to extend their winning run in the final after winning the last two finals in England.
However, this will be their first match in Russia since the end of the 2014 World Cup.
Russia’s national team have qualified for the 2018 World Championships by beating their neighbours, Uruguay and Germany, to qualify for the tournament, as they did for the World Cup in 2019.
After qualifying, Russia are expected to host a play off between the top-placed teams to determine the tournament’s hosts, and the winner will be given the chance to face Brazil in Russia.
With England and Uruguay both qualified for this tournament, there will be four remaining teams, with Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica and Paraguay all expected to qualify.
Here is the list of teams that will be playing in Russia’s World Cup semi-final on Sunday.
Australia v Brazil – 2:00pm (AEDT)Venue: Avaya Stadium, KazanDate: Sunday, 19 September (3:00am AEDT; 5:00 am GMT)Venues: St Petersburg, Russia