The 2018 FIFA World Cup has already provided plenty of entertainment, and the action is set to hot up after the conclusion of the group stage as teams enter the knockout phase.
The biggest upset of the competition so far has been the early exit of defending champions Germany, who were knocked out after finishing bottom of Group F.
The Germans were one of the pre-tournament favourites, but other contenders such as Brazil, Spain and France are all safely through.
The tournament now reverts to a straight knockout format with games played over 90 minutes.
If a match is level after 90 minutes, then 30 minutes of extra-time will be played followed by a penalty shootout.
The winning team progresses and the losers are eliminated. The two losing semi-finalists will face each other to determine who finishes in third place.
Here’s a look at the scheduled fixtures for the knockout stage.
Saturday, June 30
France vs. Argentina
Uruguay vs. Portugal
Sunday, July 1
Spain vs. Russia
Croatia vs. Denmark
Monday, July 2
Brazil vs. Mexico
Belgium vs. Japan
Tuesday, July 3
Sweden vs. Switzerland
Colombia vs. England:
Friday, July 6
Winner match 49 vs. Winner match 50
Winner match 53 vs. Winner match 54
Saturday, July 7
Winner match 55 vs. Winner match 56
Winner match 51 vs. Winner match 52
Tuesday, July 10
Winner match 57 vs. Winner match 58:
Wednesday, July 11
Winner match 59 vs. Winner match 60
Saturday, July 14