2022 World Cup: England vs. France in quarterfinals, Neymar injury watch, Monday's best bets

 France and Britain, two heavyweights with a long history will make that big appearance on Dec. 10 to conclude who goes into the elimination rounds of the 2022 World Cup. There is essentially nothing to isolate the two groups after they booted Poland and Senegal out in the round of 16. The two groups gloat whizzes, laid out veterans and footballing legacy.

There's a highlight demonstrate for both, too, with Britain hoping to end their prize dry spell running back to 1966 when they last lifted the world title, and France, reigning champs, looking to turn into the main group other than Brazil to hold the title.

Make certain to check in with ESPN all through the competition as we present to you the most recent from Qatar. This is the very thing that you could have missed from Sunday's Reality Cup happenings, and a look forward to Monday for what's straightaway.

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Britain versus France standoff

We are in for an undeniably exhilarating match when European heroes Britain will take on current World Cup champions France on Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. ET. Gareth Southgate's side are unbeaten in Qatar, and under the lead trainer, Britain are yet to lose in an hour and a half of significant competition football. Their determined 3-0 success against Senegal shows how firm, viable and hazardous this side are. Can they defeat the title holders?

France brags one the best players on the planet in Kylian Mbappe, who drives the competition with five objectives. Notwithstanding missing Karim Benzema, Christopher Nkunku, N'Golo Kante and Paul Pogba to injury, Les Bleus are deadly in the going after third and are hoping to make a profound disagreement the competition. Didier Deschamps' side traveled past Poland to progress to the quarterfinals, and will confront a lot harder resistance in the Three Lions.

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Britain are ruined with decisions in pretty much every position, particularly assault, with any semblance of Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish and Bukayo Saka, to give some examples. What will be of incredible interest and thought is the means by which Southgate will set up his protection and midfield to cover the danger from Mbappe. Can Kyle Walker stop the PSG genius?

France and Britain will go head to head for the 32nd time, with the English driving the series 17-5-9. The past World Cup ties between the two went to Britain, who won in 1966 and 1982. Nonetheless, this will be the primary gathering between them in the knockout phase of a significant competition.

Could this be a conflict for the ages?

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