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You can watch the Fifa World Cup live with ITV during the tournament. Photo: PA

ITV Sport has created a dedicated Fifa World Cup website complete with iconic moments, highlights from all the games across the tournament and plenty of interesting interactive stats all found HERE

You won't miss a moment of the Fifa World Cup with our all-encompassing coverage including live Twitter commentary, engaging Instagram stories and daily highlights show.

Visit: http://www.itv.com/fifaworldcup

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ITV will show exclusive live coverage of England’s World Cup Round of 16 match against Columbia on Tuesday 3 July.

The channel will also show three other games from the competition’s first knockout round, including two evening ties – the first between Uruguay and Portugal on Saturday and Croatia v Denmark the following night.

ITV will also show cup favourites Brazil’s game against Mexico on Monday afternoon – the fourth straight Brazil matches in this World Cup to be shown on the channel.

The full breakdown for the Round of 16 is as follows:

FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 - TV SCHEDULE

All times are UK kick-offs.

ROUND OF 16

Saturday, June 30

15.00 (BBC) France v Argentina

19.00 (ITV) Uruguay v Portugal

Sunday, July 1

15.00 (BBC) Spain v Russia

19.00 (ITV) Croatia v Denmark

Monday, July 2

15.00 (ITV) Brazil v Mexico

19.00 (BBC) Belgium v Japan

Tuesday, July 3

15.00 (BBC) Sweden v Switzerland

19.00 (ITV) Colombia v England

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ITV has unveiled its squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia along with its plans for covering the tournament - including a star-studded on-screen line-up of some of football’s biggest names ahead of kick-off on June 14.

Joining presenter Mark Pougatch on the plane to Moscow to lend their experience and expertise to ITV’s tournament coverage will be Gary Neville and regular pundits Ryan Giggs, Roy Keane, Ian Wright and Lee Dixon as well as England women’s striker Eniola Aluko, former French international Patrice Evra, Celtic and Sweden legend Henrik Larsson, Republic of Ireland manager Martin O’Neill, former Croatia and West Ham boss Slaven Bilic, and Euro 2016 final referee Mark Clattenburg.

ITV is looking forward to bringing viewers a veritable borscht of football with all the action, drama, colour and atmosphere from across Russia. Presenter Jacqui Oatley, reporters Gabriel Clarke and Seema Jaswal, commentators Clive Tyldesley, Sam Matterface, Jon Champion and Joe Speight as well as co-commentators Glenn Hoddle, Ally McCoist and Iain Dowie will also be on the ground and in the stadia throughout the tournament.