The Three Lions play France in a World Cup quarter-final next Saturday, but Sterling’s future involvement in Qatar is now in doubt
CEUTA, Spain (AP) — The World Cup knockout game between Spain and Morocco will bring millions of fans on both sides of the Strait of Gibraltar together around screens in bars and living rooms to see which country will keep alive its dream of soccer glory. Nowhere will loyalties likely be more blurred than in Spain’s tiny North African territory of Ceuta where identities, both national and religious, often mix in unpredictable ways that confound the easy categories of sports fandom. Sulaika Hosai
A comfortable 3-0 victory over Senegal in the last-16 has set Gareth Southgate's side up for a clash against the reigning champions at Al Bayt Stadium on Saturday night. Having boasted the best record in the group stages - including a 6-2 victory over Iran and a 3-0 win against Wales - England have caught the eye in Qatar.