Spain's shock World Cup exit at the hands of host nation Russia has blown England's side of the draw wide open.
Russia secured a historic victory over Fernando Hierro's star-studded side after Iago Aspas and Koke missed vital penalties during the shootout of their last-16 tie on Sunday.
The result sees Spain join fellow big-hitters Germany, Argentina and Portugal in suffering an early exit and also means they are still yet to beat the host nation of a major tournament.
Russia sent Spain home from the World Cup after winning a penalty shootout on Sunday
Sergio Ramos cries as Spain's coach Fernando Hierro comforts him after their last-16 exit
The result has blown open the draw for England and their manager Gareth Southgate
For England, Russia's victory has rid their route to the final of another high-profile roadblock. The Three Lions are now the only team on their side of the draw to have tasted World Cup glory before.
And while the likes of Belgium, Brazil, France and Uruguay battle it out for one spot in the final, the other team taking the field in Moscow on July 15 will be one of Russia, Croatia, Denmark, Sweden, Colombia, Switzerland... or England.
2 - Brazil
3 - Belgium
7 - France
14 - Uruguay
15 - Mexico
61 - Japan
6 - Switzerland
12 - Denmark
12 - England
16 - Colombia
20 - Croatia
24 - Sweden
70 - Russia
There remain a number of dangerous sides in England's way, however, not least