Morocco, Croatia, Japan, and Spain qualified for the round of 16 of the 2022 World Cup on Thursday, joining France, the Netherlands, the United States, England, Senegal, Australia, Argentina, and Poland.
Portugal and Brazil have also qualified, but have yet to earn first place in their respective groups.
The Netherlands will face the United States in the opening game of the next phase of the competition, which will be held in Qatar on Saturday, December 3, at the Khalifa International Stadium. On the same day, Argentina, which leads Group C, will meet Australia, which is second in Group D.
On Sunday, England, who finished top in their group, will face Senegal, while France will face Poland for a spot in the quarterfinals. Monday is Japan-Croatia day, while Tuesday is Morocco-Spain day.
Below is the schedule:
Saturday, 03 Dec:
Netherlands – United States, 15:00 (Khalifa International Stadium)
Argentina – Australia, 19:00 (Al Rayyan Stadium)
Sunday, 04 Dec:
France – Poland, 15:00 (Al Thumama Stadium)
England – Senegal, 19:00 (Al Bayt Stadium)
Monday, Dec 5th:
Japan v Croatia, 15:00 (Al Janoub Stadium)
1H – 2G (Ras Abu Aboud Stadium)
Tuesday, 06 Dec:
Morocco-Spain, 15:00 (Education City Stadium)
1H – 2G, 19:00 (Lusail Stadium)