Men’s quarter-final 1: 17 November
Australia vs Samoa - at Darwin Stadium, Australia, starting at 7pm.
In the first of the quarter-finals, Samoa, who qualified despite not winning a pool match, will go up against the might of the current world champions.
Men’s quarter-final 2: 18 November
Tonga vs Lebanon at Christchurch Stadium, New Zealand, starting at 5pm.
Riding high on their historic win over New Zealand last weekend, Tonga has a date with the Brad Fitler coached side that have proven they have plenty of points in them.
Men’s quarter-final 3: 18 November
New Zealand vs Fiji - at Wellington Regional Stadium, New Zealand, starting at 7:30pm.
This one has shaped to be one of the most exciting quarter-finals on offer this weekend.
Men’s quarter-final 4: 19 November
PNG vs England - at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Australia, starting at 4pm.
The English will face off against a PNG side that finished unbeaten in Pool C after amassing 128 points.
(PNG LNG Kumuls Justin Olam jumping over a USA Hawks player during their world cup match on Sunday)