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TFA Today: Saturday’s QF matches previewed and a closer look at a World Cup breakout star…

More quarter-final previews for you in Total Football Analysis Today!

Morocco vs Portugal is too close to call, but Marcel Seifeddine has previewed the game tactically to see how it might play out

Then England take on current World Cup holders France – Caio Miguel Pontes looks at the key tactical areas where this game decided

One of the tournament breakout stars has been Sofyan Amrabat who, incredibly, we’ve never written about before – Adam Scully puts that right here

The TFA Daily podcast also previews the games as well as reflecting on Luis Enrique’s time as Spain manager – success or failure or does it even have to be either?

You can get all the latest from Qatar, including our in-depth stats packs full of data, visuals and insights from our FIFA World Cup 2022 hub page

If you are not a member yet, we are running a special 50% off all annual memberships offer from now until the end of the World Cup – simply use the code WORLDCUP50 at checkout

Then Adam and the archives…

Caroline Weir scored against Chelsea in a 1-1 in the UWCL yesterday – read about what makes the Real Madrid playmaker so special here

Palmeiras have agreed a deal with Real Madrid for the sale of Brazilian wonderkid Endrick according to reports – read why Los Blancos are securing a star

Denis Undav bagged twice for Brighton in a friendly versus Aston Villa – read our scout report of the German centre-forward

Fabio Vieira scored for Arsenal in a comfortable 3-0 win over Lyon yesterday – read our analysis of why Vieira will be a future star for Mikel Arteta

Enjoy!

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