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Here’s how to watch the World Cup’s round of 16

The World Cup’s most exciting part — the knockout stages — finally begins.

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The 2018 FIFA World Cup’s group stage is over — and now it’s time for the knockout rounds. This is by far the most dramatic part of the World Cup, as the time to crown a champion draws nearer.

The original field of 32 teams is now down to 16. After this round, the winners will play in a quarterfinal, and then a semifinal, ultimately leading to the biggest game in all of soccerdom: the World Cup final.

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The round of 16, as this part is called, starts with one of the favorites, France, taking on Argentina. After that, seven more goals follow, featuring other tournament favorites like Spain, Belgium, and Brazil.

What follows is a schedule, organized by date, for when to watch each game according to East Coast time. You can watch all World Cup games on Fox Sports 1 or Fox in the United States. You can also watch online at fuboTV,* Hulu,* YouTube TV, Telemundo, NBC Universo, DirectTV Now, SlingTV,* and PlayStation Vue.

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Saturday, June 30

10 am: France vs. Argentina (Final score: 4-3, France)

2 pm: Uruguay vs. Portugal (Final score: 2-1, Uruguay)

Sunday, July 1

10 am: Spain vs. Russia (Final score: 1-1, Russia advances on penalty kicks)

2 pm: Croatia vs. Denmark (Final score: 1-1, Croatia advances on penalty kicks)

Monday, July 2

10 am: Brazil vs. Mexico (Final score: 2-0, Brazil)

2 pm: Belgium vs. Japan (Final score: 3-2, Belgium)

Tuesday, July 3

10 am: Sweden vs. Switzerland (Final score: 1-0, Sweden)

2 pm: Colombia vs. England (Final score: 1-1, England advances on penalty kicks)

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