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By Tarvin Webteam - 4th July 2014 6:00am
After a nail-biting few days we now know which teams are in with a chance to win the Brazil World Cup, and, who is getting closer to winning the Tarvinonline Fantasy Football competition at The Red Lion
Quarter Final Fixtures:
France v Germany is the early game Friday night (17.00) followed by Brazil v Colombia (21.00)
The Germans would like to get a 1-0 win against France to reach the Semi-Finals and to overtake the French in the Fantasy League. A win by France by 2 goals or more would take them to the top of the Fantasy League if the Dutch lose on Saturday night. So a lot hanging on Friday's results!
Argentina v Belgium is the early game Saturday night (17.00) followed by Holland v Costa Rica (21.00)
Both Argentina and Belgium are well off the pace both in terms of their footballing performances so far (except Messi), and, in terms of the Fantasy League, but they could influence who finally wins the title.
To download the latest Fantasy League table click here
All games are being shown live in The Red Lion
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