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World Cup quarterfinals day one: Time, TV schedule, how to watch

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Korea Republic v Germany: Group F - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images,

After two days’ rest, the World Cup roars back to life this morning with the first two quarterfinal matches. First up sees Uruguay taking on France, followed an hour after the conclusion of that match by Brazil and Belgium squaring off; the two winners will face each other in the first semifinal this coming Tuesday.

I know there’s only been one knockout round so far, but this year’s tournament has been a lot of fun - usually by the time the knockouts start, teams are afraid to lose so the games turn into dour, defensive messes, but this year most teams have at least tried to keep some semblance of an attack going. Hopefully that trend continues today.

All streams Spanish, but available to US viewers for free. Not in the US? Go to livesoccer.tv and get all the info on all the streams you could ever hope to have.

Uruguay v. France
Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
7AM PT/10AM ET/3PM BT/5PM RT
US TV: FS1
US Stream: Telemundo

Brazil v. Belgium
Kazan Arena, Kazan
11AM PT/2PM ET/7PM BT/9PM RT
US TV: FS1
US Stream: Telemundo