What Fifa World Cup games can I watch today? Uruguay, France, Brazil and Belgium kick off the quarter-finals in Russia

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PUBLISHED : Friday, 06 July, 2018, 11:43am
UPDATED : Friday, 06 July, 2018, 11:53am

There are only eight games left of this World Cup but if they are half as good as the 56 that Russia 2018 has already given us then we’re going to be in for a football treat.

Four quarter-final matches over the next two nights line us up for the business end of the tournament, when teams get in touching distance of winning the World Cup.

Already some have gone further than they would have hoped at the outset, now the question is can they go one step further?

It all kicks off with France v Uruguay. The South Americans have won every game so far and within 90 minutes, one of only two teams to have done so and the $25 outsiders at the start of the World Cup are starting to look like a very good bet to go the whole way.

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France, who beat Argentina 4-3 in the last 16, will be a tough test.

The bookies favour France ($2.05) over Uruguay ($4.7) with a draw at 90 minutes priced at $3.2.

Kick off in Nizhny Novgorod is 10pm and you can watch the game on Viu TV (channel 99) and the Now TV World Cup channels (618 and 619).

Arguably, the 2am kick off promises to be even better. Brazil v Belgium features the five-time winners and favourites against the only other team to have won every game in 90 minutes – the latest that thrilling 3-2 comeback win over Japan in the round of 16.

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Just as in the early game, some of the best footballers in the world are on show and gunning for glory.

The Brazilians are at $2.2 for the win with Belgium at $3.8. The draw is $3.5.

You can catch the action on Now TV’s World Cup channels from 2am.