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Wenger Tips France, Brazil, England To Win World Cup

05 July 2018, 08:02 | Charlene Valdez

Spain face Russia in the Round of 16. AFP

Spain face Russia in the Round of 16. AFP

England booked their place in the last eight by edging past Colombia in a penalty shootout on Tuesday to raise hopes of a first World Cup title since 1966.

"Sweden today are a very hard team to break down".

The prevailing theme of the Round of 16 of this World Cup - which is already being labelled as the best edition ever - has been the triumph of the underdog. We have underestimated them for years.

On Gareth Southgate's side he said: "Nobody speaks about England but they are unsafe".

Belgium may struggle to contain the attacking class Brazil have, although the Red Devils will be buoyed by the manner in which they recovered against Japan and will take a massive amount of confidence into the fixture as a result.

The All England Club does not plan to show the soccer match on its grounds, even if England is playing in the final.

After Mexico lost to Brazil 2-0 in their round of 16 World Cup game Monday, coach Juan Carlos Osario blamed "fake fouls" for breaking up the flow of play and made it clear he thought Neymar had been feigning injury in an attempt to influence referees, the Guardian reports.

The Brazil squad will be facing up against Belgium next, and if they can get past them to advance to the semi's, we're sure there will be a few more games of CS going down to celebrate.

Les Bleus punched their ticket to the quarterfinals for the third time in their past four tournament appearances after outlasting Argentina in a thrilling 4-3 victory as +140 chalk on Saturday, while Uruguay knocked off Portugal 2-1 as a +200 bet.

Wimbledon chief executive Richard Lewis said: "It has not been a discussion other than, "we are two o'clock and that's it".

While Uruguay have exceptional forwards of their own in Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani, they also boast a man mountain at the back in Diego Godin.

The man told the newspapers that they had fallen in love when meeting in a bar while watching the 2002 World Cup, but her mocking words got him to "take my belongings and leave her forever", the reports said.

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