15:00 Sunday

France v Poland - Kylian Mbappe 

Maximum points from their opening two games meant France qualified with a game to spare and this saw Didier Deschamps rest his big hitters for the final group game, much to the frustration of Kylian Mbappe.

Rumour has it the French talisman did not want to be saved for the knock-out stages, eager in his pursuit for the Golden Boot, so I imagine he will be doubly keen to notch up his goals tally as Les Bleus face Poland.

He already has three to his name in Qatar and has been averaging 0.61 goals per 90 for his nation.

19:00 Sunday

England v Senegal - Harry Kane

Harry Kane is yet to open his account in Qatar, I reckon Sunday is the day he does though.

Three appearances and four shots, he is yet to hit the target but has racked up an xG of 0.62.

The dynamic of the ties have not exactly suited him. Low blocks and stubborn, disciplined defences do not exactly make for a lot of space or time around the opposition goal effectively suffocating him.

Senegal are yet to keep a clean sheet at this World Cup, that is despite facing the host nation who failed to win a game. So Kane will fancy his chances of breaking his duck as he chases down Wayne Rooney’s all time leading goalscorer record.