It’s quarter-finals time at the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. Only 8 teams are remaining in the tournament. And there are only 8 matches to be played in World Cup.
The Round of 16 matches ended last night (July 3). The World Cup takes a two-day break before the Last 8 matches from July 6.
The semi-finals are scheduled for July 10 and 11 while the third place play-off game is on July 14. The big final is on July 15.
Here are the quarter-finals’ line-ups and matches’ schedule
July 6 Friday
1600hrs France vs. Uruguay (Nizhny Novgorod Stadium)
2000hrs Brazil vs. Belgium (Kazan Arena)
The winner of Uruguay-France will play the winner of Brazil-Belgium in the first semi-final on Tuesday, July 10
July 7 Saturday
1600hrs Sweden vs. England (Cosmos Arena)
2000hrs Russia vs. Croatia (Fisht Olympic Stadium)
The winner of Sweden-England will play the winner of Russia-Croatia in the second semi-final on Wednesday, July 11.