As the round-robin play in the initial Group stage has concluded the knock-out stage is set to start on Tuesday, November the 5th with only two teams knowing right now who they will play. They are Angola and the Korean Republic who will face each other.
Nigeria will also be in action that same day in Goiania and while they can pretty much deduct who they will face, they are unsure of who exactly because it could be one of three teams.
As the winner of Group B, the 5-time World Champion is slated to face one of the best 3rd place teams from Groups A, C or D.
From Group A it would be New Zealand, from Group C Chile and from Group D the Netherlands.
Based on goal difference Chile on paper would be the strongest opponent, the Netherlands the weakest and New Zealand tucked in-between. If Fair Play Regulations come into play New Zealand stands at -6.0, Chile at -4.0 and the Netherlands at -9.0.
Regardless of who the Africans will face the Game will kick-off at 20:00 Brazilian time which will be Midnight Nigerian Time.