The 2022 World Cup well underway with nations still scrapping to escape the group phase and reach the knockout stages in Qatar.
A few teams have already booked their last 16 spots, but many have designs on going as far as possible in Qatar. The quarter finals will be the next stop to determine which sides reach the final four.
Here's when the quarter finals will take place.
When are the 2022 World Cup quarter finals?
The 2022 World Cup quarter finals will take place on Friday 10 December and Saturday 11 December, with two games each on both days.
- 9 December - 15:00 - Croatia vs Brazil - Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan
- 9 December - 19:00 - Netherlands vs Argentina - Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail
- 10 December - 15:00 - Morocco vs Portugal - Al Thumama Stadium, Doha
- 10 December - 19:00 - England vs France - Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor
Who has qualified for the 2022 World Cup quarter finals?
The first quarter final will see Croatia face Brazil. Croatia swatted Japan aside on penalties, while Brazil made light work of South Korea with a 4-1 win.
Argentina eventually saw off Australia 2-1 to set up a clash with the Netherlands, who successfully beat the USA 3-1.
France were also victorious by that scoreline as they eliminated Robert Lewandowski's Poland. Their opponents on Saturday night are England, who thrashed Senegal 3-0.
Morocco provided the biggest shock of the round by taking Spain to penalties and winning 3-0. They are the last African team left in the competition and will hope to reach the semi finals in Saturday's earlier kick off when they face Portugal.