The 2022 FIFA World Cup is down to the final eight teams and has just eight games remaining to determine the champion (7 if you exclude the third-place playoff).
Representatives from all five continents started the tournament but now only Europe (5), South America (2) and Africa (1) are left.
In a tournament that has wowed fans with a number of upsets only one took place in the second round, as underdogs Morocco eliminated 2010 champions Spain via a penalty shootout following a 0-0 draw.
Otherwise there were no real surprises as the Netherlands, Brazil, France, England and Portugal were all comfortable winners in their first knockout ties, whilst Argentina beat Australia 2-1 and Croatia narrowly overcame Japan on penalties.
The Quarter-finals are as follows:
Netherlands vs Argentina
Croatia vs Brazil
England vs France
Morocco vs Portugal
The ties will take place on Friday 9 December and Saturday 10 December.
Pre-tournament favourites Brazil remain just that but have seen their odds fall from 10/3 to 7/4 as they will face Netherlands or Argentina in the semi-finals if they beat Croatia as expected first.
France have seen their odds drop from 15/2 third favourites to 4/1 second favourites, replacing Argentina who have fallen back to 6/1, having originally been 11/2 second favourites.
England and Portugal can be found at the same price, whilst the Netherlands are back at 14/1, Morocco 28/1 and Croatia 33/1. Of all the remaining teams, Morocco had the longest odds pre-tournament having been priced at 200/1.
The full list of 2022 World Cup winners odds are as follows: