Damion Lowe (Inter Miami and 49 caps for Jamaica):
No result would be an upset because they are all quality matchups. It's likely Morocco could beat Portugal.
Tanya Lee Perkins (Athlete manager and head of LEEP Marketing):
I think the Netherlands might surprise Argentina. They have looked solid in defence and have a good all-round team.
Warren Barrett (Former national captain and goalkeeper, now goalkeeper coach):
All eight teams deserve to be there so whatever the results, there will be no surprises to me.
Trishana McGowan (CVM TV World Cup host):
I don't see any surprises happening in the quarter-finals. However, based on how this World Cup is going, anything is possible. I think the favourites, on paper, based on how they have been playing throughout the tournament so far, should advance if they're to show up and defend well and get the goals going. I'm not going to jinx my team (France), but if there are to be any surprises, it would maybe come from the France and England game.
Andrew Price (Coach and football analyst):
The only surprises today is that both games will be open affairs with end-to-end action despite being quarter-finals. Unlike the group matches and round-of-16 games, there will be a lot of offensive activity despite all teams having great defensive units. The offensive threat for all four teams are in great form. Look for goals today. Brazil and Argentina for me, though.