Which teams are through in the 2018 World Cup and who will they face in the knockout stages?

THERE are still plenty places up for grabs in the knockout stages but some teams including England have booked their place in the next round already.

Here is all you need to know about the next stage of the competition.

 Gareth Southgate's side are through after wins over Tunisia and Panama

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Gareth Southgate’s side are through after wins over Tunisia and Panama

Which teams have been knocked out of the 2018 World Cup?

Group A

Russia and Uruguay secured their places in the knockout stages after two games.

Uruguay finished top after their 3-0 win over Russia in the final match.

Mo Salah’s Egypt – who have lost both of their matches – were the first team to be knocked out.

They are joined out of the tournament by Saudi Arabia.

Find out all the latest information on Group A HERE.

Group B

Spain and Portugal survived scares and both are now through to the knockout stages.

Iran and Morocco are out.

Find out all the latest information on Group B HERE.

Group C

France (winners) and Denmark (runners-up) go forth to the knockout stages.

Find out all the latest information on Group C HERE.

Group D

Croatia are through as group leaders after winning all three of their matches.

Argentina reach the Last 16 as runners-up after beating Nigeria 2-1.

Find out all the latest information on Group D HERE.

Group E

Brazil go through in top spot after 2-0 win over Serbia.

Switzerland join them, despite being held by Costa Rica.

Find out all the latest information on Group E HERE.

Group F

Sweden beat Mexico 3-0 to go through as group winners.

Mexico finish in second despite defeat.

Reigning champions Germany are knocked out after 2-0 loss to South Korea.

Find out all the latest information on Group F HERE.

Group G

Belgium and England battle for top spot – they meet on Thursday, June 28 at 7pm.

Panama and Tunisia are out.

Find out all the latest information on Group G HERE.

Group H

Japan, Senegal and Colombia can all still progress.

Poland have been eliminated.

Find out all the latest information on Group H HERE.



Who the qualified teams face in the first knockout round?

ROUND of 16

Saturday, June 30 (7pm): Match 1 – Uruguay v Portugal ITV

Saturday, June 30 (3pm): Match 2 – France v Argentina: ITV

Sunday, July 1 (3pm): Match 3 – Spain v Russia: BBC

Sunday, July 1 (7pm): Match 4 – Croatia v Denmark: ITV

Monday, July 2 (3pm): Match 5 – Brazil v Mexico: BBC

Monday, July 2 (7pm): Match 6 – 1G v 2H: BBC

Tuesday, July 3 (3pm): Match 7 – Sweden v Switzerland: ITV

Tuesday, July 3 (7pm): Match 8 – 1H v 2G: BBC

England return to training after thrashing Panama 6-1 in the World Cup