Sweden v Switzerland will be shown live on BBC1, where coverage starts at 2:30pm.
Who’s in the squads for Sweden and Switzerland?
Goalkeepers: Robin Olsen (Copenhagen), Karl-Johan Johnsson (Guingamp), Kristoffer Nordfeldt (Swansea).
Defenders: Mikael Lustig (Celtic), Victor Lindelof (Manchester United), Andreas Granqvist (Krasnador), Martin Olsson (Swansea), Ludwig Augustinsson (Werder Bremen), Filip Helander, Emil Krafth (both Bologna), Pontus Jansson (Leeds United).
Midfielders: Sebastian Larsson (Hull), Albin Ekdal (Hamburg), Emil Forsberg (RB Leipzig), Gustav Svensson (Seattle Sounders), Oscar Hiljemark (Genoa), Viktor Claesson (Krasnador), Marcus Rohden (Crotone), Jimmy Durmaz (Toulouse).
Forwards: Marcus Berg (Al Ain), John Guidetti (Alaves), Ola Toivonen (Toulouse), Isaac Kiese Thelin (Waasland-Beveren).
Goalkeepers: Yann Sommer (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Roman Bürki (Borussia Dortmund), Yvon Mvogo (RB Leipzig).
Defenders: Stephan Lichtsteiner (Juventus), Johan Djourou (Antalyaspor), Ricardo Rodríguez (Milan), Fabian Schär (Deportivo La Coruna), François Moubandje (Toulouse), Michael Lang (Basel), Manuel Akanji (Borussia Dortmund), Nico Elvedi (Borussia Mönchengladbach).
Strikers: Haris Seferović (Benfica), Josip Drmić (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Breel Embolo (Schalke 04), Mario Gavranović (Dinamo Zagreb).
Who will the winner face in the quarter-finals?
They will face the winner of Colombia v England, which is played at 7pm on Tuesday 3rd July.
How did Sweden and Switzerland get to the World Cup knockout stages?
Had it not been for conceding a cruel 95th minute goal against Germany, Sweden would have progressed from their group undefeated. Their 3-0 demolition of Mexico which won them the top spot was extremely impressive and showed that they have the ability to progress further. They’ll be slight favourites for this encounter and will go in brimming with confidence.
Switzerland’s draw in their last group game, against a Costa Rica side that had already been knocked out, was hugely disappointing for them. While victory likely wouldn’t have won them the group (thanks to an inferior goal difference to Brazil) the draw has taken the wind out their sails a bit. They’ll need to put in the type of performance that got them a point against Brazil if they’re to move into the quarter-finals here.
Who are the players to look out for?
For nations like Sweden having a strong leader is critical for a solid World Cup run, and the Swedes have that in captain Andreas Grandqvist. An intimidating figure in the heart of defence and a great penalty taker (he’s already scored two), the 33 year old is having an impressive tournament.
Switzerland’s Xherdan Shaqiri is expected to move on from relegated Stoke City this summer and his performances in Russia will only have boosted his market value. When Switzerland score he’s usually involved in some form, don’t expect that to change in this match.