Here are the times and dates for the 4 World Cup quarter-finals

The line-up for the last eight is complete.

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AND THEN THERE were eight…

The World Cup quarter-finals line-up is complete following tonight’s England-Colombia game.

Of the sides remaining, France and Brazil are the clear favourites, though several dark horses will hope they continue to upset the odds.

Friday sees Uruguay face France in the early game, before arguably the tie of the round, with Brazil coming up against Belgium.

The following day, Sweden face England in Samsara, before tournament hosts Russia close out the quarter-final stage against Croatia.

Friday 6 July

  • 3pm: Uruguay v France, Nizhny Novgorod
  • 7pm: Brazil v Belgium, Kazan

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Saturday 7 July

  • 3pm: Sweden v England, Samara
  • 7pm: Russia v Croatia, Sochi

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