England-Panama, Japan-Senegal, Poland-Colombia make up the World Cup schedule for June 24

Click here for our complete World Cup TV and radio schedule. It includes how to watch and listen via online streaming, and the announcers calling each game.

This is the last day of tripleheader action at this World Cup. The last round of group stage games starts Monday, with simultaneous contests at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Eastern. The knockout rounds will have at most two games each day.

[Saturday’s schedule, players to watch]

England vs. Panama

Time: 8 a.m.
City: Nizhny Novgorod

TV: Fox Sports 1 in English (streaming here), Telemundo in Spanish (streaming here)
Radio: TuneIn streaming and Sirius XM channel 83 in English, Fútbol de Primera in Spanish (WMBV-AM 1440 is the local outlet)

Players to watch

England: F Marcus Rashford. A 20-year-old Manchester United phenom, he made his World Cup debut as a substitute in the group stage opener against Tunisia. This game should give him an opportunity to do even more.

Panama: M Gabriel Gómez. The former Union player — who was pretty good here, in case you’ve forgotten — is still going at age 34. He completed all 46 of his pass attempts against Belgium.

Japan vs. Senegal

Time: 11 a.m.
City: Yekaterinburg

TV: Fox in English, Telemundo in Spanish
Radio: TuneIn and Sirius XM 83 in English, Fútbol de Primera in Spanish

Players to watch

Japan: F Yuka Osako. After scoring the winning goal against Colombia, can he find the net again and send Japan to the round of 16?

Senegal: M Idrissa Gana Gueye. He’ll be one of the players tasked with keeping Japan’s creators quiet, especially midfield counterpart Shinji Kagawa.

Poland vs. Colombia

Time: 2 p.m.
City: Kazan

TV: Fox in English, Telemundo in Spanish
Radio: TuneIn and Sirius XM 83 in English, Fútbol de Primera in Spanish

Players to watch

Poland: M Kamil Grosicki. As good as star striker Robert Lewandowski is, he can’t win games alone. The rest of Poland’s attackers need to step up too, and Grosicki is one of the key playmakers.

Colombia: M James Rodriguez. He only played 31 minutes as a substitute in the loss to Japan because of a calf injuryLos Cafeteros need their star now if they are to stave off elimination.

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