The quarters battle started on Friday with France defeating Uruguay 2-0.
Saturday, once again, sees two crucial quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup 2018 as England take on Sweden and hosts Russia face Croatia.
All four sides have match-winners in their ranks and they will look to guide their nations to victory.
Here are the players to watch out for.
Harry Kane is already leading the race for the Golden Boot after having scored six goals till now.
The England skipper is in scintillating form and will, once again, look to rally the troops against a determined Swedish defense.
Kane has created issues for defenders as he earned three penalties.
He is England's best bet to have a real say in the fixture.
Emil Forsberg is a vital player as far Sweden are concerned.
The RB Leipzig mid-fielder is the heart of this side as he has scored one goal so far with three attempts on target.
In the round of 16 tie against Switzerland, it was Forsberg who was responsible for the winner.
Sweden would hope he delivers the performance of his life against England.
Luka Modric is Croatia's go-to-man in big matches.
The Real Madrid stalwart has commanded the mid-field alongside Ivan Rakitic and undoubtedly, he has thrived in his role.
He has already netted two goals. Even though he missed a penalty against Denmark, it will not dent his confidence.
Modric's passing range and link-up play would be guiding factors for Croatia against hosts Russia.
Cheryshev has been one of the top performers for Russia in this campaign.
He has already netted thrice and has delivered in crucial fixtures.
He started on the bench against Spain, before coming on as a second-half substitute.
The 27-year-old winger needs to perform tonight if Russia have to overcome Croatia.
Notably, the player recently denied doping allegations.
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