World Cup football competition resumes today when teams that progressed to the round of sixteen will be playing against each other as they both seek to get the three points that will take them to the quarter finals of that competition.Therefore we want to show you some of the countries which will be in action today and their respective opponents.
JAPAN TAKE ON CROATIA.
Japan did extremely well in the group stages when they managed to send home Germany but today they therefore turn their attention to the 3018 world cup finalists at 8pm.Should Japan flex their muscles against Croatia today then the will have definitely won themselves a chance in the quarter finals.
BRAZIL TAKE ON SOUTH KOREA.
Brazil will be looking to put their humiliating defeat of last week behind when they lock horns with Son Heung Min's South Korea in their last match of the round of sixteen.Considering the possible return to action of Neymar and the quality of players that they posses Brazil are surely favourites to win this duel.
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