England will face Senegal in the final 16 of the World Cup on Sunday after qualifying for the knockout stage as Group B winners.
The sport will kick off at 7pm UK time on December 4.
England’s potential path to the World Cup final has now been set following the conclusion of their group stage.
If Gareth Southgate’s facet progress previous Senegal, they are going to play on Saturday December 10 towards both the winners of Group D (presently topped by France) or the runners-up of Group C (presently Argentina).
Were they to attain the semi-finals, England would then characteristic on Wednesday December 14, with their present provisional opponents being Croatia, Japan, Portugal or Switzerland.
England’s potential route to the World Cup final
Round of 16 – Sunday December 4
England vs Senegal (Confirmed Group A runners-up) – Kick-off 7pm
Quarter-finals – Saturday December 10
England vs France or Argentina (Based on present group standings) – Kick-off 7pm
Semi-finals – Wednesday December 14
England vs Croatia/Japan/Portugal/Switzerland (Based on present group standings) – Kick-off 7pm
Provisional last-16 fixtures (Last up to date: Tuesday November 29 based mostly on present group tables)
Saturday December 3
49 – Netherlands (Confirmed winners of Group A) vs USA (Confirmed runners-up of Group B) – Kick-off 3pm
50 – Poland (Winners of Group C) vs Australia (Runners-up of Group D) – Kick-off 7pm
Sunday December 4
52 – France (Winners of Group D) vs Argentina (Runners-up of Group C) – Kick-off 3pm
51 – England (Winners of Group B) vs Senegal (Confirmed runners-up of Group A) – Kick-off 7pm
Monday December 5
53 – Spain (Winners of Group E) vs Morocco (Runners-up of Group F) – Kick-off 3pm
54 – Brazil (Winners of Group G) vs Ghana (Runners-up of Group H) – Kick-off 7pm
Tuesday December 6
55 – Croatia (Winners of Group F) vs Japan (Runners-up of Group E) – Kick-off 3pm
56 – Portugal (Winners of Group H) vs Switzerland (Runners-up of Group G) – Kick-off 7pm