Two more teams will join Argentina and the Netherlands in the quarterfinals of the 2022 World Cup after Sunday’s round of 16 fixtures.
Argentina had to do it the hard way, narrowly beating a spirited Australian side who gave their everything until the final whistle.
The Netherlands was a bit more comfortable despite a late charge from the USA.
On Sunday, France plays the first round of 16 games against a Poland side that is making its first knockout appearance in more than 30 years.
Kylian Mbappe will look to continue his excellent start to the Mundial and add to his three-goal tally, while Robert Lewandowksi will hope that scoring his first World Cup goal will give him the confidence to grab more.
On the other hand, England faces one of two African sides left in the form of Senegal. Aliou Cisse’s team has shown resilience without their marksman Sadio Mane and will look to cause an upset.
If France and England win their respective round of 16 games, they will set up a tasty quarterfinal game a week later.