Today at the World Cup: Wednesday, July 4
Last Updated: 04/07/18 7:51am
With the last 16 over, the action on the field takes a brief break, but there is still plenty of World Cup happenings to keep an eye on.
Each morning during the tournament we will bring you an overview of what is coming up...
Colombia v England reaction
After England's dramatic penalty shootout victory over Colombia on Tuesday evening, we will have all the reaction for you across Sky Sports on Wednesday, with Gary Neville, Jamie Redknapp, Dennis Wise and Phil Thompson giving their thoughts on Sky Sports News.
We will also have all the latest from the England camp from our reporters out in Russia.
Plus, our World Cup Daily LIVE! blog will be running from 7am on Sky Sports' digital platforms as well as plenty of reaction and features reflecting on the result.
What are the team doing?
England will be getting back to Repino at around 6am in the morning, according to manager Gareth Southgate. England are then scheduled to take part in a press conference at around lunchtime.
Anything else happening?
As a matter of fact, there is! Quarter-finalists France and Russia are preparing for their upcoming matches with training and press conferences on Wednesday.
Russia will hold an open training and mixed zone session in Moscow with a France news conference and training also taking place.
What you should read today...
We have the best features and analysis from Tuesday's England win...
Pre-tournament expectations are out the window. England must seize the opportunity of the dream draw ahead of them...
England midfielder Sue Smith rated England's players after their dramatic penalty win over Colombia in the World Cup last 16.
How tough will Sweden be in the next round? We take a closer look at England's quarter-final opponents.
Southgate's side have shaken off the burden of history - who knows where this might end now?
With no football for a few days, keep yourself busy and relive the magic with the best features from the last-16 matches.
Japan's skill and intensity exposed Belgium's tactical plans but Roberto Martinez deserves credit for finding a solution.
Neymar will take the headlines but Tite's Brazil have the defence to win this World Cup.
Kylian Mbappe stars, Paul Pogba at his best and Lionel Messi misses out. The talking points from a World Cup thriller...
Mexico winger Hirving Lozano could be set for a big transfer this summer but his rise to prominence has not been straight-forward.
Spain paid the price for sterile domination against Russia and are out of the World Cup after a penalty shootout defeat.
Edinson Cavani stole the headlines as Uruguay beat Portugal, but Luis Suarez's influence should not be underplayed.