Under-fire New Zealand coach David Kidwell is considering his future following the Kiwis' embarrassing loss to Fiji.
Look back at the key moments as England defeat PNG 36-6 to progress a semi-final with Tonga next week.
PNG are hoping the Prime Minister Peter O'Neill will be among the crowd on Sunday to cheer them on against England.
Tonga narrowly defeated Lebanon 24-22 to book a semi-final place where they will face England or PNG next weekend.
Veteran stand-off Kevin Brown has been identified as the man to guide England to World Cup glory.
Fiji have progressed to the Rugby League World Cup semi-finals after a 4-2 win over 2008 winners New Zealand.
Wakefield have given star forward David Fifita extended leave for personal reasons.
Wests Tigers half-back Jack Littlejohn has signed a two-year deal with the Salford Red Devils.
Valentine Holmes scored five tries as Australia recorded a 46-0 victory over Samoa to progress to the semi-finals.
Castleford have expressed their disappointment after they were denied the opportunity to welcome an NRL side in a World Club Series fixture.
Widnes have signed centre Krisnan Inu from Catalans Dragons on a two-year deal.
There are no more second chances for New Zealand as they look to bounce back from their shock World Cup defeat by Tonga.
PNG's David Mead knows what his side will be up against when they face England for a place in the World Cup semi-finals.
Man of Steel Luke Gale believes England have found the right combination to unlock the door to World Cup success.
Warrington have signed Leigh winger Mitch Brown on a one-year contract.
Barrie McDermott looks ahead to this weekend's Rugby League World Cup quarter-final matches.
Before the World Cup quarter-finals we take a look at one team that has flown under the radar a little so far - Fiji.
Sean Long is hoping Samoa can find their first big performance of the World Cup against Australia in the quarter-finals.
Gareth Widdop is ready to turn the clock back as England prepare to play knockout rugby at the World Cup.
England came from 8-6 down to beat Papua New Guinea 36-8 in their opening game of the Women's World Cup in Sydney.
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