The final quarter-final spots at the Qatar World Cup will be confirmed today.
Morocco and Spain kick off at 3 pm, in what is today's opening game of the day.
Morocco topped their group and have lost only 2 of their last 42 games, collecting numerous plaudits along the way.
Spain ?? v Morocco ??
Tasty clash for a myriad of reasons. On two different continents yet separated by just 14km.
The 2018 World Cup clash ended in a feisty 2-2 draw. Can’t wait
— Saddick Adams (@SaddickAdams) December 1, 2022
Speaking before the game, Spain manager Luis Enrique says his players have practised one thousand penalties since losing the European Championship semi-final to Italy on spot kicks.
While midfielder Rodri recognises the task his side face: "I think they are a very strong team," he said.
"I think it is going to be very, very tough - let's see who's better.
"They are first in their group and that means something!"
Another day of Last 16 football awaits...
15:00 - Morocco ?? v ?? Spain
19:00 - Portugal ?? v ?? Switzerland
— BBC 5 Live Sport (@5liveSport) December 6, 2022
At 7 pm, it's the turn of Portugal and Switzerland.
Cristiano Ronaldo is not a guaranteed starter for the Portuguese after manager Fernando Santos said he was unhappy with the player's reaction when subbed against South Korea.
The controversial star is never far from the headlines and his next club destination may also be closer than we expected.
It's believed that Al Nassr has tabled an official proposal to Ronaldo, in a deal that would see him earn €200m per year.
Al Nassr official proposal to Cristiano Ronaldo is on the table, as called last week. €200m per year until 2025, but including sponsor deals. Documents are being checked. ????? #Ronaldo
There’s still nothing signed, agreed or approved by Cristiano. Focus is on the World Cup. pic.twitter.com/FUTxOnoDI7
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) December 5, 2022
The winners of today's fixtures will meet each other in the last eight of the competition.