After more than a week of football play, the field is set for the World Cup’s Round of 16, which starts tomorrow with games featuring four South American teams.
Brazil will take on Chile in Belo Horizonte, followed by a match between Colombia and Uruguay in Rio de Janeiro. Teams must now win to advance in this knockout stage. Ties are followed by two extra time periods and then, if needed, a shootout.
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