Saturday, 30 June 2018

Check Out How The Last 16 Has Been Scheduled To Play Out

The group stages of the 2018 World Cup came to an end on Thursday night when Belgium defeated England for the best Group G.

England remained firm in keeping their winning streak alive to preserve the valuable momentum, but in the end a team with eight new faces from the one that beat Panama was overtaken by a second-tier Belgian team.

With a tight schedule, here is the guide on how to see every second of the action.

The full schedule of matches for the 2018 World Cup is included below, with schedules, places and TV channels included.

Round of 16

Saturday, June 30

France vs Argentina - Kazan, 15:00 (match 50)

Uruguay vs Portugal - Sochi, 7 p.m. (Match 49)

Sunday July 1

Spain vs Russia - Moscow (Luzhniki), 15:00 (match 51)

Croatia vs Denmark - Nizhny Novgorod, 7 p.m. (Match 52)

Monday, July 2

Brazil vs Mexico - Samara, 15:00 (match 53)

Belgium vs Japan - Rostov-on-Don, 7 p.m. (Match 54)

Tuesday, July 3

Sweden vs Switzerland - St. Petersburg 15:00 (Match 55)

Colombia vs England - Moscow (Spartak), 7 p.m. (Match 56)

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