World Cup 2018: your quarter-final fixtures

England’s penalty shootout win over Colombia completes the last-eight line-up

Eric Dier scores the deciding penalty for England, completing the line-up for the World Cup quarter-finals. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

Eric Dier scores the deciding penalty for England, completing the line-up for the World Cup quarter-finals. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

 

England have made history by winning a World Cup penalty shootout for the first ever time.

Eric Dier’s deciding spot-kick has confirmed the line-up for the tournament’s quarter-finals - which begin on Friday July 6th.

England’s reward for their dramatic late victory is a clash with Sweden on Saturday in Samara - before Croatia play hosts Russia later that evening.

Friday sees two mouth-watering clashes - as Uruguay face France before Brazil play Belgium. What a weekend lies in store.

Here is a look at the last-eight of the 2018 World Cup:

WORLD CUP QUARTER-FINALS

Friday July 6th

France v Uruguay, 3.0, Nizhny Novgorod

Brazil v Belgium, 7.0, Kazan

Saturday July 7th

Sweden v England, 3.0, Samara

Croatia v Russia, 7.0, Sochi

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