Here are the times and dates for the 4 remaining World Cup matches

The line-up for the semi-finals has been completed.

The semi-finals get underway on Tuesday evening.
The semi-finals get underway on Tuesday evening.
Image: Michael Regan - FIFA

THERE ARE just four games remaining in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, with the semi-final line-ups completed following an exciting set of quarter-finals, which threw up a number of thrills and spills.

France and Belgium are the only pre-tournament favourites remaining, with big-hitters like Argentina, Spain, Portugal and Germany long left behind.

Brazil joined those aforementioned nations after falling to Roberto Martinez’s men 2-1 on Friday night. Belgium will now face France, kicking off the two semi-finals in Saint Petersburg on Tuesday evening.

England’s comfortable 2-0 victory over Sweden means the Three Lions are through to the final four for the first time since 1990. Gareth Southgate’s side will meet dark horses Croatia in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium on Wednesday.

The winners of next week’s semi-finals will then meet in the final of this summer’s World Cup, which takes place on Sunday 15 July in Moscow, with the third-place play-off being staged a day before on Saturday afternoon.

Here are all the details for the remaining four games in the 2018 World Cup.


  • Tuesday 10 July 7pm: France v Belgium, Krestovsky Stadium
  • Wednesday 11 July 7pm: Croatia v England, Luzhniki Stadium

Third place play-off

  • Saturday 14 July 3pm: Loser Semi Final 1 v Loser Semi Final 2, Krestovsky Stadium


  • Sunday 15 July, 4pm: Winner Semi Final 1 v Winner Semi Final 2, Luzhniki Stadium

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