The 2018 World Cup rolls on in Russian Federation this weekend with the quarterfinals, and the field of teams will be cut down to the final four by Saturday.
The final quarterfinal encounter will see the host nation Russian Federation take on an impressive Croatia side.
If England get past workhorses Sweden, whose brand of football is not the easiest on the eye, they will face either Russian Federation or Croatia, who play each other in Sochi on Saturday.
"We have to be more technical in our comments and not like punters in a bar", he said, according to NDTV.
After a dramatic round of knockouts, the FIFA World Cup 2018 contenders have been cut down to eight.
The current world-record transfer holder has netted two goals and as many assists in four appearances thus far but his of the ball antics has come under the microscope.
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Do you think Brazil will advance past Belgium?
Belgium were on the brink of another major tournament failure when trailing 2-0 with 21 minutes to play against, only for a magnificent breakaway goal by Nacer Chadli in the fourth minute of injury-time to cap a stunning fightback.
If you're looking for a nail-biter, you should find it in this match. England are the only former winners of the four teams. Who are your favourites to progress? The Swedes' defensive organization has impressed and they've found holes on the counterattack to make their mark.
On soccer's biggest stage, Brazil is taking steps to defend one of the game's brightest stars from derision and criticism for his over-the-top reactions and predilection for diving to the turf at the slightest touch. This will be very tricky for both teams.
England may be more talented on paper but Sweden has a mojo rolling through this tournament that is hard to reconcile.
The Brazilian superstar, the most risky one-on-one player in the world, who has his country on the cusp of its sixth World Cup title, should be celebrated for his ability to beat defenders and change a match with a single run. Russian Federation should take its cues from Denmark when it comes to shutting down midfielders Luca Modric and Ivan Rakitic, who control the game for the Croatians when given the time and space.