Two unbeaten teams will be meeting in the quarterfinals of the 2014 World Cup at the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador on Saturday, July 5, but to many fans it’s seen as a mismatch.
Germany heavily favored over Algeria in World Cup knockout stage.
Nobody expected much of France at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, not even the French fans. France will now square off with Nigeria.
Costa Rica and Greece, two underdogs going into the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, will face each other in the round-of-16 elimination stage at the Arena Pernambuco in Recife on Sunday, June 29.
Both Mexico and Croatia control their own fate here, but it’s likely that just one of them will advance unless Brazil falls apart against Cameroon.
Japan is still barely alive in Group C of the World Cup. Also, they no longer control their own destiny in their final outing against Colombia as they need help from Greece.
Either Italy or Uruguay will be eliminated when they square off against each other on Tuesday. The Italians and Uruguayans both beat England 2-1 and that’s why they’re still alive.
Even though France has won both of their World Cup Group E matches 3-0 against Honduras and 5-2 over Switzerland they’re still not guaranteed a top-two group finish.