Details for today's games below:
3.00pm: South Africa vs Wales
Coverage of the opening quarter-final, as the winners of Pool B face the runners-up from Pool A at Twickenham. South Africa recovered from a shock defeat against Japan in their opener to win the rest of their fixtures in fine fashion, while Wales managed beat England thanks to an amazing 28-25comeback, but missed out on top spot after a disappointing losing to Australia. All that's behind them now though, with a chance to make consecutive World Cup semi-finals in front of them in the form of The Springboks.
7.00pm: New Zealand v France
Stadium: Millennium Stadium
The winners of this match will progress to the opening semi-final on Saturday of next week, when they will face winner of today's early kick-off. The All Blacks won all four of their pool fixtures as expected and now face the side they edged out 8-7 in the 2011 World Cup final. The French, having failed to show up against Ireland last weekend, are under great pressure to pull out a one-off performance to beat the reigning champions, but nobody would put that past them seeing as there's a history of them doing so. This could be an absolute belter.