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Harry Kane of England applauds the fans following his side's victory in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Quarter Final match between Sweden and England at Samara Arena on July 7, 2018 in Samara, Russia. Clive Rose/Getty Images

The 2018 World Cup is down to four teams. France, Belgium, Croatia and England will play in the semifinals to be recognized as the planet’s best national soccer team.

The first match is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. EDT Tuesday when France takes on Belgium. The action continues Wednesday at 2 p.m. EDT, as well, in a match between Croatia and England. Both contests will air on FOX and FOX Sports Go.

Croatia has had the most improbable run to the semifinals of the four teams. After needing penalty kicks to defeat Denmark in the Round of 16, Croatia beat Russia with a 4-3 advantage in penalty kicks.

Neither France nor Belgium has needed penalty kicks after group play. Both teams have scored at least two goals in each of the knockout stage matches.

Having outscored their last two opponents 6-3, France is favored to reach the final with +156 betting odds to win in regulation, according to OddsShark. Belgium is a +185 underdog, and the odds of a draw in regulation are +225. The over/under is 2.5 goals.

England is the biggest favorite in the semifinals. They’ve got +135 odds, and Croatia is a +220 underdog. The odds of a draw in regulation are +210, and the over/under is two goals.

Belgium is the only undefeated team in the World Cup with a 5-0 record. Croatia’s 3-2 record is the worst of the teams in the semifinals.

England’s Harry Kane leads all players with six goals scored. Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku is second with four goals. Croatia doesn’t have anyone with more than two goals in the World Cup.

Kane is tied with France’s Kylian Mbappe for the best odds of winning the Golden Ball and being recognized as the tournament’s best player. Belgium’s Eden Hazard isn’t far behind as the third favorite.

This marks the first time since 2006 that the World Cup semifinal is comprised of only European teams. The World Cup winner will be a European country for the fourth straight tournament.