The FIFA 2018 world cup is at its peak as we witnessed some brilliant and jaw dropping matches in Round Of 16. Big teams like Spain, Argentina, Portugal are all out of the competition as the last 8 WC line up got ready after the England vs Colombia match. The 1998 FIFA World Cup Champions France will face two-time World Cup winners Uruguay in the first quarter-finals match on Friday, while On the same day, the best-looking thing since the sliced bread in Russia, Brazil will handle dangerous Belgium in the round of eight impact at the Kazan Arena. Both sides will see each other for the fifth time in any competition. In the third match of the quarterfinals, England will lock horns with Sweden at the Cosmos Arena on Saturday The Three Lions are coming from a challenging round of 16 victory over Colombia, where the Scandinavian giants defeated Switzerland 1-0. This is the first meeting of these two European nations at the World Cup since 2006 and surprisingly, all previous four World Cup clashes remained nil-nil. The host Russia will cover Croatia after hammering down Spain in the penalties. Since breaking up with the Soviet Union, this is the primary occasion when Russian fans are watching their side in the quarters. Luka Modric’s Croatia would love to repeat the magic like 1998, where the European underdogs saw a victory over Germany at the same level.