Eight teams are left in this year's World Cup, but only four will make it through after the weekend: a fierce and highly emotional set of quarter-final matches are to come. Can last edition's runners-up Croatia upset the mighty Brazil? And in a World Cup classic, the Netherlands will face Argentina. Will the streak of goalless games come to an end? Our team caught up with former Chile international Ivan Zamorano, who sounded an optimistic note for the South American sides.
Also, the head of Qatar 2022 says "death is a natural part of life" after reports that a Filipino worker died while carrying out repairs at the Saudi Arabian squad's resort.
Join us to review and preview all of the action on and off the pitch in Qatar, as our team on the ground (Simon Harding and Selina Sykes) joins Karim Baldé and James Vasina in Paris.
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