Senegal will be looking to repeat their 2002 success and reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup without Sadio Mane as they take on England on Sunday evening in what is seen as a tough battle.
The Three Lions have failed to clinch a World Cup trophy since 1966 and will be aiming to bring the trophy home starting with a win over Senegal.
Senegal started slowly in the group stage, losing their first game to the Netherlands. They picked things up however and got two straight victories over Qatar and Ecuador, finishing second in Group A.
England were unbeaten in Group B, claiming seven points to secure top spot.
The two teams have never faced each other at the global stage previously and bragging rights will be at stake.