England defender Gary Cahill said on Thursday following his side's 1-0 defeat by Belgium, that there were no outright favorites in their next match against Colombia.
"It was a bit weird game, because everyone were only discussing what place better to take, first or second. But we always want to win, so there was no such question for us. Of course, we are a little bit disappointed, we had good chances and we could have won. There is no difference who to play in the knockout stage because all the teams are strong there. There will no be favorites in the match against Colombia and we will see wonderful game no doubt," Cahill said.
He added that it's good to have an extra day to rest, because the Colombia are going to be very tough opponents especially their forward Radamel Falcao.
England finished second in Group G after and will face Colombia in the round of 16 match on Tuesday, while Belgium will take on Japan in Rostov-on-Don on July 2.